ProPublica | In Proposed Mortgage Fraud Settlement, a Gift to Big Banks

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ProPublica | In Proposed Mortgage Fraud Settlement, a Gift to Big Banks

ProPublica | In Proposed Mortgage Fraud Settlement, a Gift to Big Banks

Lurking in a proposed mortgage fraud settlement with the state attorneys general is a clause that could be worth billions for the big banks.

Yes, I mean the settlement that might extract the supposedly large sum of $20 billion from the banks to settle foreclosure fraud. The one denounced as a “shakedown” by Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama.

Despite such rhetoric, the settlement might let the banks avoid tens of billions of write-downs, thanks to a clause with a biblical flavor: the last shall be first.

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