Obstruction of Justice a Feature of Bank Interaction with Foreclosure Fraud Investigators

By: Wednesday March 14, 2012 8:10 am

When the HUD Inspector General tried to examine the major banks foreclosure records and practices, they uncovered many instances of potential legal violations, which they referred to the Justice Department. DoJ sat on this information while pushing for settlements. Meanwhile, the banks stonewaled the IG investigation, refusing to provide documents and preventing the IG from interviewing employees or others with direct knowledge.

Letter to DOJ and John Durham Re: Torture Tape Crimes Expiring

By: Friday November 5, 2010 6:46 am

As we have heard absolutely nothing from Eric Holder, John Durham, the DOJ or the Obama Administration in relation to indictments or other results of the investigation Mr. John Durham has been conducting since January 8, 2008, nearly three years, I thought a letter was in order asking just exactly what their status was. Here is that letter.

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