If deliberate actions like forging signatures, submitting false deeds of
re-conveyance, and creating false identities are all "normal" in the business
world, then our world is in serious trouble!
Doesn't seem like the article included all the data...in my mind a $1.2M fine
doesn't equal the $1.2M + $920k loans he received. Maybe I need to learn the
New Math or something to make it reconcile.
This is normal in the business world, take out several loans on the same
property or development when one falls through. The intent is always fraud and
common in Utah politics by all developers and public officials. Why aren't they
being investigated and prosecuted for defrauding the public? Friends in high
This article fails to mention the 15+ innocent poeple involved that fell victim
to Baylor's fraudulent claims.
White collar criminals deserve death.