The US attorney’s office in Los Angeles has announced criminal and civil actions across Southern California as part of a nationwide crackdown on mortgage fraud. US attorney Andre Birotte said Thursday that federal prosecutors have filed criminal cases charging about three dozen defendants, and the civil division has filed five lawsuits alleging mortgage fraud.
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