Conway Daily Sun reports “Carroll County’s sheriff is rounding up a posse to investigate criminal mortgage fraud. Volunteers will be needed.”
“On Monday morning, Sheriff Christopher Conley (R-Wolfeboro) held a press conference to announce the creation of a task force to look at the impact of banking fraud on Carroll County. Volunteers should have knowledge of the mortgage or banking industries or an interest in those subjects.”  Read more.
Published in: on July 6, 2012 at 12:27 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. Any discussion of mortgage fraud is not complete without an examination of Blackhouse v. TLC Properties, in which I was criminally restrained to my own apartment — during the pendency of a court action requiring me to file criminal charges — by landlords unlawfully passing ownership of the building among themselves while the Augusta Housing Authority embezzled money from my Social Security check on the back end. “Mortgage fraud” IN NO WAY begins and ends with the banks; you have to examine the dirty dealings conducted by property management companies in collusion with one of the most deceitful, destructive, and power hungry “social service” farces going: the HUD-backed LHAs (local housing authorities). I hope NH knows what it’s talking about!

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