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Abigail Caplovitz Field: The Mortgage Settlement Allows Banks to Steal Without Penalty

The consent agreements the bailed-out bankers (B.O.B.s), the feds and the states are largely as had been promised. One big surprise, however, is that the B.O.B.s would now be allowed to systematically overcharge borrowers and steal their homes. Seriously.
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