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Thursday, April 22, 2010

New York Attorney Coolness Tied to Corruptness

Is This a Fad or Something?: NY Attorney Charged In Real Estate Scam
The New York Law Journal by Mark Fass

A Long Island lawyer has been charged with participating in a mortgage fraud scheme where seven conspirators used straw buyers and falsified documents to secure mortgages totalling $2 million. The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office yesterday charged seven people, including Melville solo-practitioner Ralph Pecorale, with conspiring to fraudulently buy and sell the same vacant Bedford-Stuyvesant home as many as five times, using false employment and financial documents and, on one occasion, a stolen identity. According to the indictment, Mr. Pecorale represented the banks in each of the transactions, purposefully misleading them into granting the loans. The defendants have each been charged with grand larceny and conspiracy and face up to 15 years in prison, according to the district attorney. Mr. Pecorale graduated from Touro Law Center in 1998 and specializes in real estate. He is also an accomplished poker player, having placing second in the U.S. Poker Championship in 2005.

5 comments:

Yes, it is.. said...

I have two from Touro..

Plus friends..

T Finnan said...

The corruption virus in the Hudson has spread into Long Island Sound and infected this attorney. In addition to his viral defense, he can seek mitigation as a victim of the irresistible moral hazard created when then HUD Secretary and now AG, Andrew Cuomo, so relaxed standards for granting loans in black communities, that only a Gandhi could resist the "free" money lure.

Anonymous said...

Let me see...Touro...wonder if Sol (the felon and our former NYS Chief Judge prior to Judith Kaye) Wachler taught him a few of his tricks? That's what professor in law school do, right?

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Anonymous said...

there appears to be honor among thieves liars and cheats, as they teach each other to do this stuff and our laws do not protect the innocent, so even the lowest of low begin to play the game!

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