While Florida’s Attorney General is in a love fest with the banks and institutions and appears to have completely forgotten about the pesky little annoyances of things like “THE LAW” and ‘THE PEOPLE”, attorneys general in states all across this country are standing up for consumers and holding the banks accountable. States like California, and New York and today, Nevada.
Still not a peep out of Florida’s Attorney General. Yep, Florida, the epicenter of this crisis that seems to have the attention of attorneys general all across this formerly great nation that has been gutted and destroyed by the banks, and with the loyal and dedicated assistance of those in power. Read on from ProPublica:
Nevada’s attorney general charges that Bank of America and the now-defunct mortgage giant Countrywide acquired by the bank in 2008, deceived borrowers and investors at almost every stage of the process.
“Taken together and separately, [Bank of America’s] deceptive practices have resulted in an explosion of delinquencies and unauthorized and unnecessary foreclosures in the state of Nevada,” the suit alleges.