Monday, August 27, 2007

Our Soon To Be Newest Misfortune

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who had faced scrutiny and criticism
over the firing of a group of U.S. attorneys, has resigned from his

Gonzales was sworn in as the nation's 80th attorney general on Feb. 3,
2005. He had vowed to stay in his position, and President Bush has been
unwavering in his support for Gonzales, who has repeatedly denied that
the firings were politically motivated.

CNN's Web site reported that President Bush is likely to nominate
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (Oy Vey!)
to serve as the next
attorney general.

An official announcement is expected later Monday morning.

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Friday, August 3, 2007

Jewish Real Estate Developers Accused Of $27 Million Fraud

The fact that this even hit the news is amazing.....This is what you get when you trust Jews with your money.

NEW YORK—Two individuals, purporting to be
working through a Manhattan real estate development company, have been
arrested in connection with an elaborate scheme to defraud
approximately 70 individuals of over $27 million.

Michael Hershkowitz, 51, of Manhattan and Atlantic
Beach and Ivy Woolf-Turk, 51, of Port Washington, are charged in a
conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud.

Working through The Kingsland Group Inc. and  related
entities, the duo allegedly  fraudulently induced approximately 70
individuals  to loan them, in the aggregate, over $27 million,
purportedly to fund the renovation of approximately 16 multi-family
apartment buildings located in upper Manhattan, according to federal
prosecutors.  As part of the fraud, Hershkowitz and Woolf-Turk
allegedly falsely represented that the investor victims would hold, as
collateral for the loans, interests in bona fide first mortgages in the
various properties in which they thought they were investing. In fact,
the investor victims did not hold recorded, first mortgages in the


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