Plutocracy Watch: Mortgage Paperwork Fraud is Rampant and Goes Unprosecuted

This recent 60 Minutes segment is very dispiriting. Notice how easy it is for large banks to shift responsibility (and so avoid criminal prosecution). It’s yet another example of mortgage lenders engaging in buck passing and (im)plausible deniability: speak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil—even as you’re doing evil. If you or I engaged in such fraud, we would serve jail time. But not the rich; not the heads of large corporate institutions. Justice does not arrive for them. In America, they do exactly as they please. Watch:

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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1 Response to Plutocracy Watch: Mortgage Paperwork Fraud is Rampant and Goes Unprosecuted

  1. andrewclunn says:

    Par for the course…

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