Monday, September 19, 2011

BREAKING NEWS! Second phase of the Plantation cops mortgage fraud trial ends with a hung jury!


As the title states, our sources tell is that after six days of deliberation the trial ends with a hung jury!  From what we're told it was 10 to 2, which means 10 of the 12 jurors were going to acquit.  The question now is whether or not the government is going to retry the case or just walk away...

11 comments:

  1. How can two be convicted from phase one, if the so called ring-leader, lawyers and brokers are not found guilty? What happens to them? Do they have to pay the price of not having the same evidence admissible in their case? How can these "victims" find justice? Are they going to have to invest years on appeals or will the justice system set it right now allowing them to regain their lives?

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  2. At what point do people abandon their career goals and simply do what's is right. The govt knows that these two men should never have been put on trial let alone convicted. They need to do the morally right thing now and ask the judge to throw this out and let them return to their lives. They need to be focusing their attention on the two brokers who not only lied to them to secure deals but committed thousands of frauds!!!!

    Please govt, do the right thing.

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  3. Watch our worthless government spend untold hundreds of thousands if not millions retrying these poor fucks.

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  4. Thank goodness fate ( or God,if you believe) took this case and finally made it right. Maybe now the truth can be told and set the first two victims free to try to regain their pride and honor, try to salvage their lives, marriages,and respect.
    Hopefully the government will let them and their many family members try to put this hardship in the past.

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  5. Two innocent men are paying the price because the justice system let them down. They told the truth while the gov't lied, hid the truth, lost evidence that would have been favorable to the defense; they simply played dirty with an apparent lack of moral guidance.

    Please pray the judge finds it in his heart to see who the the true victims are! These innocent lives have already been broken down; they've lost so much. Please pray the judge sees that in front of him stands a hero who put his life on the line to protect and serve his community and government.

    They deserve their names' cleared, their respect returned, and the freedom the brokers and lawyers are enjoying this evening. Our prayers are with the families.

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  6. These two officer cooperated fully with fdle from the beginning. The only reason they were even indicted was to try to force them to testify against the so called "mastermind". When they cooperated and the evidence didn't point to who they wanted they used them as a practice trial. Had these guys been guilty they could've turned a sweetheart deal for themselves like the brokers (you know like keeping almost a million dollars of fraud money then lying like crazy during two different trials).

    These guys are only guilty if not being guilty enough to have been worth anything to the government. We all should pray the judge can see that and throws this conviction out because one day in the future it could be one of us the government uses for political points.

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  7. You are so right! The guys in the first trial were let down by the system they trusted and worked to protect! All for a few political points. They should have their names cleared and let them move forward to restore their lives. Hopefully, the government can be humble enough to make things right and give these men and their families the peace they deserve.

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  8. Have Faith God has a plan for all. Hope to see more banks on trail for putting the housing market upside down. Their the real criminals here.

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  9. Stop spending our tax payers dollars on getting your headlines in the news papers. Go after the banks and get some of the billion dollars we the tax payers spent bailing them out. When it was the banks who put the housing market in the mess were in today.

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  10. Finally, some of the Jurors saw through the game the Federal Prosecutor was playing. His desire to collect as many police badges as he could,in any way that he could, did not work this time. Some jurors saw through his actions of keeping the truth from them.
    He seemed to attempt to "COP OUT" on the truth in this case as well as the first. He seems prepared to send innocent men to jail and make a name for himself. Disregarding the innocent, there families, there children. He truly "COPPED OUT" of his responsibility, to reveal the truth and expose the guilty, instead of making them "DEALS".
    In every organization there will be bad "APPLES". The federal government is no exception. As disapointed as a lot of us are, the court system could not intervene during either case. But, the Federal Court can now. The Judge now has the chance to make the results of the first case RIGHT.
    I trust, the wrong done to the two victims in the first case can be made right. The judge knows the truth that the jury was not allowed to hear.
    I need to trust in my Judicial System and the honesty of the Judge to free these men. I need to trust that the court will not follow the Prosecutor and also "COP OUT" on the truth.

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  11. And the little fish will get eaten....

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