AND OTHER JAILBIRDS
Via Stephen Spruiell:
“Yesterday, the Treasury Department’s inspector general issued its second report on homebuyer credit fraud. And the scams are worthy of a Carl Hiasson novel. Among the lowlights: 1,295 prisoners received $9.1 million in credits for houses they claimed to buy while incarcerated. Two hundred forty-one were serving life sentences at the time.”
You know the secret of Death Row, don’t you?
“Location, location, location!”