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Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

By Jennifer Felten United States v. Vera Kuzmenko In this case the United States government brought an action against defendant Vera Kuzmenko, a real estate agent, and others, on account of a massive real estate fraud she orchestrated. The scheme involved the defendant obtaining real estate commissions by submitting grossly fraudulent loan applications to lenders […]

Shocker: JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Citi, To Purchase $1 Trillion Toxic Derivatives From Deutsche

This a huge potential financial scandal Why “buy” those derivatives- credit default swaps, which are basically bond default insurance, when they ae so risky? They should be paid well to take them. It can ONLY be a prelude to financially raping America. Why would American banks possibly want to buy these huge potential money losers […]

Simi Valley: Credit Card Fraud Leads to Pursuit and Arrest

Simi Valley: Credit Card Fraud Leads to Pursuit and Arrest

At about 5:38 p.m. on Sunday afternoon a clerk at the CVS Pharmacy, 3935 Cochran Street, called SVPD to report that two male subjects were attempting to purchase gift cards with a fraudulent credit card. As the first officer arrived in the area he noticed a vehicle leaving the parking lot of the business with […]

Watchdog: Obamacare Exchanges Fail to Detect Counterfeit Documents

Watchdog: Obamacare Exchanges Fail to Detect Counterfeit Documents

By Alexander Hendrie  Obamacare exchanges are failing to verify key enrollment information, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). This new report is the latest in a long line finding that controls on federal and state Obamacare exchanges are abysmal. As part of its review, GAO tested application and enrollment controls on […]

Three defendants arrested for forging grant deed—Stealing Victim’s home

Three defendants arrested for forging grant deed—Stealing Victim’s home

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

Ojai resident sentenced for Workers’ Comp Fraud

Ojai resident sentenced for Workers’ Comp Fraud

TO Police bust pair of mail thieves who forged amounts on stolen checks

TO Police bust pair of mail thieves who forged amounts on stolen checks

On March 5, sildenafil 2015, order Detectives with the City of Thousand Oaks Police Forgery/Fraud Unit and the Special Enforcement Unit served a search warrant at the Lexington Apartments in the City of Agoura Hills, tadalafil Los Angeles County. The warrant resulted in the arrest of Rosel Mayor Magistrado and Jeffery Robert Greenfield for multiple […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- Mayor Tim Flynn post-election commentary; narrow Perello Council victory; streamlining business permits; city to add 27 jobs

Good Morning Oxnard Show- Mayor Tim Flynn post-election commentary; narrow Perello Council victory; streamlining business permits; city to add 27 jobs

By George Miller This week’s show (11-19-14) personalities: Mayor Tim Flynn provided his post-election thoughts; Peter Godinez, Host and George Miller, Publisher, Citizensjournal.us, discuss the close Oxnard City Council election contest between Councilman Bert Perello and Steve Huber; streamlining business permits  (One-Stop Shopping”); city proposes adding 27 jobs. The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesdays at 0900 […]

Veterans Affairs Keeps Buying Bogus And Counterfeit Medical Equipment

By Jonah Bennett ‘ Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ . Internal correspondence between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and a major supplier of medical devices reveals that the VA has been buying bogus and counterfeit medical equipment, The Washington Times reports. The equipment comes from the so-called gray market and threatens to endanger […]