A publicly shamed audit: Justice Department, FBI, failed to jail mortgage fraudsters

In order to understand the depth of the scheme you need to read, understand and link the patents as several researchers have pointed out. How can the courts even begin to comprehend the corruption if the federal regulators and agencies cannot get it? They need to dig out the patents at the regulatory agency level and have the patents disallowed along with the fines and fees.

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A publicly shamed audit: Justice Department, FBI, failed to jail mortgage fraudsters

Between 2009 to 2011, leadership at the Department of Justice stated publicly and repeatedly that tackling mortgage fraud was a top priority.

Today, that department’s Inspector General released an audit and concluded, despite the above claim, there is little proof the promise of high-levels of mortgage fraud prosecution ever took place.

“We… determined during this audit that DOJ did not uniformly ensure that mortgage fraud was prioritized at a level commensurate with its public statements,” said the audit, released today from Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

What did take place, however, was a high level of mishandling and lack of efficient law enforcement from a judicial level to effectively prosecute mortgage fraud cases, according to the audti.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal investigative division in particular was lacking in prioritizing mortgage fraud. Despite nearly $200 million in funding…

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