Friday, December 31, 2010

Here we are at the end of another decade.

Amazing isn't it?  Seems like it went by so fast.  I'd like to thank all of our readers for following along with all our incessant ramblings over the last 18 months or so, the fact that we still have material to write about is a sad commentary on the state of the cases that we've been discussing.  Regardless, we've made lots of progress in finding out the real stories behind some of the mortgage fraud cases we've written about and along the way pissed off a lot of people, I can only imagine how upset some of the cops we've written about must get after reading one of our blog posts on the way to work...

Honestly though, I know there are a lot of people in law enforcement that think I'm out to embarrass or humiliate them,  that's not the case at all.  In fact my only intention with this blog is to point out the gross miscarriages of justice that have occurred during the course of the cases that we've written about.  If there's anything to be embarrassed or ashamed of it's got nothing to do with us and everything to do with the way they handled the cases that we've written about.

Regardless, I'd like to wish all our readers a happy new year, especially those from the Department of Justice, Homeland Security, the FBI, the MDPD, the Florida Department of Management Services (if you're confused and think that might be you, google your IP and you'll understand) and the fine folks at Citibank/Citimortgage who log on here almost daily.  I almost forgot, to our most beloved reader from Panama, I promise 2011 will be a very interesting year for you.

Happy New Year folks!

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