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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:New York Attorney General Working to Hold Big Banks Accountable for Foreclosure Fraud, Dismissed from Multistate Mortgage Abuse Panel
01 Sep 2011
Interview with Liz Ryan Murray, policy director at National People's Action and member of The New Bottom Line, conducted by Scott Harris
New York Attorney General Working to Hold Big Banks Accountable for Foreclosure Fraud, Dismissed from Multistate Mortgage Abuse Panel

Interview with Liz Ryan Murray, policy director at National People's Action and member of The New Bottom Line, conducted by Scott Harris

Representatives of all 50 states are negotiating with the largest U.S. banks to settle charges of improper conduct on mortgage servicing and their involvement in producing hundreds of thousands of fraudulent “robo-signed” mortgage documents. But Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, who is spearheading the investigation, has recently dismissed New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman from the 13-member executive committee guiding the negotiations, charging that Schneiderman had undermined the group’s effort to reach a settlement.

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http://www.btlonline.org/2011/seg/110909af-btl-murray.html
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http://www.btlonline.org/
http://www.btlonline.org/

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