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After Years of Red Flags, a Conviction
New York Times
In 2002, when Lee B. Farkas was running a relatively small mortgage company, it got caught selling eight fraudulent mortgages to Fannie Mae. To make things even worse, the mortgages — all of which defaulted without a single payment
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