Monday, October 11, 2010

How Far Does the Fraud Have to Go?

Here's a case out of Fairfax County, Virginia, in which Bank of America is re-instituted as a defendant on a case involving fraudulent appraisals, overpriced lots and a judge who's apparently just seen the light. The total amount, in a back-of-the-envelope calculation is upwards of $40 million.

This is just one case. There are hundreds, if not thousands more involving the biggest banks in the nation, the ones which were bailed out and the same ones Attorney general Eric Holder refuses to investigate thoroughly and bring cases against.

Holder is indeed a withholder of justice for the American people. He is not performing his sworn duty as an appointed key official of this administration. Eric Holder must be held to account for his actions and inactions in not only the banking system but in the BP oil spill debacle as well.

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