Texas Man Acquitted of Mortgage Fraud Charges

Allison Tussey —  September 18, 2009 — 3 Comments

Everett C. Williams, Corpus Christi, Texas, has been acquitted of all charges including mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. 

As previously reported by Mortgage Fraud Blog, the 15-count indictment charged Williams with four counts of mail fraud, one count of wire fraud and 10 counts of money laundering arising from a scheme which he allegedly made fraudulent representations and statements to a victim about assisting her in the purchase of a residence and commercial property in Corpus Christi, Texas and caused her to send him more than $400,000 by private commercial interstate carriers and interstate wire transfers to make these purchases. Williams allegedly used the victim’s money for other purposes without the consent or knowledge of the victim.

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3 responses to Texas Man Acquitted of Mortgage Fraud Charges

  1. Nina Sutherland October 13, 2009 at 8:41 am

    Meanwhile in California there is a new law that are theorized to protect householders and homebuyers from debilitating mortgage fraud.

    Legislation to improve protections for buyers in the lending industry and offer law enforcement with a lot more tools to crack down on fraudulent mortgage business practice was ratified into law at Sunday by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

    I hope, Texas also have such a law.

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  3. Was he acquitted or indicted ??

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