5 plead not guilty to stealing $1.9M in loans - Hawaii News

Five people in an alleged mortgage fraud ring have pleaded not guilty to conspiring to steal $1.9 million in real estate loans. Full Story
kailua beach bum

Honolulu, HI

#1 Apr 26, 2009
Of course they are going to plead not guilty of stealing. The term should be swindling or rip off, then they would have to admit that they intended to do that.

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