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Pushing fraudulent documents and abusing the court system is more than just a desecration of our nation’s entire court system, it’s also big business for the foreclosure mills that are a big part of the problem.

The foreclosure mills have been, and continue to be, permitted to engage in gross abuses.  They were allowed to skate away from many investigations.  Remember the Florida Attorney General’s Office and the way they just dropped all the investigations, allowing only one to pay a piddling little fine?  What happened to those other 8 investigations? POOF! That’s what happened to them.

But remember, at the end of the day, it’s the federal government (that’s you and I as taxpayers) that are funding this system that results in gross abuses of taxpayers.

Will any of them ever be held accountable?  From Colorado:

“I’d never seen anything like (the allegations Hendrick made) in my entire practicing career” that spans nearly 40 years, he testified.

Assistant Attorney General Erik Neusch said Aronowitz is refusing to answer investigative subpoenas fully by hiding behind the “bombshell” that Hendrick was representing the law firm and that any information she imparts violates attorney-client privileges.

Mullins didn’t rule Thursday on whether any information Hendrick culled between mid-December and March, when she left the firm, would be protected from investigative subpoenas. A decision is expected in the coming weeks.

Earlier in the hearing, Mullins ruled against Aronowitz’s efforts to suppress the proceedings, a move that would have prevented public exposure of the whistle-blower’s existence.

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