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DOJ Lies, Lies, and Damn Lies re: Mortgage Fraud

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 14th, 2014 9:21 AM |

When people knowingly misrepresent critically important information to you and do so on a repeated basis, why would you ever trust them?

Human nature being what it is, you would not.

That is exactly the quandary the Department of Justice finds itself in currently. How so? Let’s navigate and review a recently released report from none other than the Inspector General’s Office of the Department of Justice which outlines how the DOJ repeatedly delivered grossly exaggerated information to the American public regarding mortgage fraud investigations.   (more…)

SEC Exposes Whistleblower: Inadvertent? STOP IT!!

Posted by Larry Doyle on April 25th, 2012 10:24 AM |

News this morning that an SEC attorney, in the midst of an investigation, blew the cover of a whistleblower might have been formerly thought of as inadvertent or unfortunate. America is no longer so naive.

The Wall Street Journal’s lead story today highlights, Source’s Cover Blown by SEC:

Federal securities regulators, in a sensitive breach, inadvertently revealed the identity of a whistleblower during a probe of a firm that ran a stock trading platform.  (more…)






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