Foreclosure Fraud Whistleblower found dead
Dec 02, 2011
Tracy Lawrence, the notary public who blew the whistle on a massive foreclosure fraud scheme, was found dead in her Las Vegas home on Nov. 28, MSNBC reported....
Earlier this month, Lawrence came forward and admitted to the Nevada Attorney General's Office that she notarized 25,000 fraudulent documents for Lender Processing Services, a Florida company used by most major banks to process home repossessions. The documents were filed with the Clark County Recorder's Office between 2005 and 2008, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Blowing the whistle on the big banks can have fatal consequences here in America. Don't bother investigating. This was done by professionals.
Dr. Stephen Jones