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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…)

Mortgage Fraud Task Force Stats: Did You See This? WOW

Posted by Larry Doyle on August 12th, 2013 7:41 AM |

In what has to be one of the greatest indictments to date of the lack of meaningful integrity in Washington, news broke late last week regarding mortgage fraud investigation and enforcement statistics that totally blew me away.

Before we dive into the cesspool that defines this story, let’s set the proper backdrop.

One would think that a government initiative with the name Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force would have been incredibly busy over the last few years. For those unaware, President Obama established this initiative in November 2009. Its mission?

. . . to hold accountable those who helped bring about the last financial crisis as well as those who would attempt to take advantage of the efforts at economic recovery. (more…)






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