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Mortgage broker gets 2 years in a federal prison

Discussion in 'Oregon' started by OSU Beavers, Mar 30, 2010.

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  1. OSU Beavers

    OSU Beavers Elite Member

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    Kamau Herndon, 38, a former loan officer at Lighthouse Financial Group in Vancouver, Wash., has received a two-year prison sentence for identity theft, after pleading guilty in federal court for making false loans applications.

    Mortgage broker gets 2 years in a FPMITAP
     
  2. Riick

    Riick Elite Member

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    Honestly, some kids just never learn.
    Since daddy is a Community Activist, I hope they put sonny in a pen where there's good horseback riding, like the one in NorthEastern Pennsylvania.

    White collar federal prisions are minimum-security graduate schools for white collar crime.

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  3. Offshore

    Offshore Senior Member

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    director of Albina Head Start in Portland and a well-known community activist.

    Funny how mortgage crooks and community activists are usually in the same circles, maybe BHO's buddy Raines can find him a place in the government since he's proven himself in the private sector.
     
  4. leelansford

    leelansford Elite Member

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    "One down..."

    :)
     
  5. Tom Barclay

    Tom Barclay Senior Member

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    He'll likely do his sentence at Sheridan, only 40 miles or so from home. Had a friend of mine that spent some time there in the 90's. Pretty soft when compared to state facilities. He wrote some great blues tunes while a guest of the feds.
     
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