The more we look for answers, the more unanswered questions we find. What I'm learning about the inner workings of these cases and the subsequent prosecution of the people who get arrested make about as much sense to me as these fantastic looking breast implants on this old man at Walmart:
Going back to yesterdays post where the Miami Dade County Mortgage Fraud Task forces Sgt. Davis posed undercover to bring in an incredible case where not only did they get the fraudsters but he actually busted the attorney officiating over the fraudulent deal! That's right, in case you missed it, Sgt. Davis was posing as the sellers accountant in the transaction and had the attorney and his closing girl dealing directly with him in all aspects of the transaction from dealing with the extra $100,000 that was to be kicked back to the buyer at closing as well as dealing with the income tax consequences that the overage at the closing was going to create for the seller!
Unfortunately though, finding the details on the outcome of the case for all four defendants has been very difficult, I'll have to go to the courthouse again and see what I can come up with. I haven't been able to find anything on Jose Delgado or attorney David Rodriguez, at the very least though, I know that Mr. Rodriguez is still practicing law and has no history of disciplinary action with the Florida bar. Considering the facts as they are portrayed in the arrest affidavit, I'd love to know which criminal defense attorney represented Mr. Rodriguez!
With that said, I'll try to get over to the courthouse and dig up whatever else I can find, if I manage to do it today, I'll go ahead and post my findings mid day. I've been flooded with tips regarding what we've been writing about over the last few months, I'll have to pour over everything this weekend and see what if any of it we can write about.