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GOVERNMENT CONFISCATES GOLD COINS IN MORTGAGE SCAM 9-7-2010

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GOVERNMENT CONFISCATES GOLD COINS IN MORTGAGE SCAM 9-7-2010


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"REAL MONEY" T-SHIRTS @ http://executees.net/mens.html Two brothers were charged Tuesday with a $1.5 million foreclosure fraud scheme in which they allegedly stole the identity of several notaries and forged hundreds of deeds across several California counties, including San Diego. David Zepeda, 57, and John Zepeda, 59, are each charged with 106 felony counts, including identity theft, forgery, grand theft and rent-skimming. They both face up to 72 years in prison if convicted, according to prosecutors. The "brazen" conspiracy involved more than 300 victims, said San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. "It was huge," she said. John Zepeda pleaded not guilty Tuesday at arraignment before Judge David Szumowski, who set bail at $5 million. David Zepeda is hospitalized in San Bernardino and will be arraigned at a later date, prosecutors said. The defendants allegedly purchased gold coins, silver bullion and a Bentley automobile with the proceeds from the foreclosure fraud scheme, which dates back to 2006. During a search of the residence, investigators seized $335,000 in uncashed checks; a gold Geneva watch; a gold Rolex watch; diamond bracelets and rings; $33,000 in cash; more than $8,000 silver coins; gold troy ounces; boxes of rolled half-dollar coins; and a Bentley.

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marvelstryfe : hes no different then your president
TheAmazonjude : sounds like our government.
drahm33 : biggest crooks are government workers raping us!
matt whitton : can't have the public ripping people off...That's the job of the big banks and government..Wonder what the % of legal vs illegal transactions JP MORGAN could be done for?? hmm??!
Loki Joker : got RICH?? They made $100 k... in 4 years? WOW so $25,000 a Year, they Big time Charlies, alright...
Hebrew Executioner : arrest Larry silverstein
sarahsgift1 : And the Wall street crooks and corrupt politicians are not prosecuted for destroying the US economy? Clearly they are no different.
BornPatriot : yea, I was about to say the same thing... 100K, thats without a view no doubt. that sounds a lot more was confiscated than the damages done... why didnt they just pay them back, the benley is close to 100K