Bondi Issues Cryptic One Sentence Press Release About Robo-Signing Talks

After a year of nonstop criticism of the way Florida Barbie has handled the foreclosure fraud crisis brought on by several of her campaign donors, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi issued a cryptic one-sentence press release.  Looks like Florida Barbie is feeling the political heat now that the Florida legislature is in session.

February 7, 2012
Media Contact: Jenn Meale
Phone: (850) 245-0150

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.–Attorney General Pam Bondi remains engaged in the settlement discussions in order to ensure that Floridians receive their fair share in any agreement and that bank mortgage servicers are held accountable. 

Florida’s Democratic state senators recently released a video that targets Bondi, a Republican elected to a nonpartisan office. Titled “Ignoring the Florida Foreclosure Crisis,” the video contrasts new fraud investigation launched by California Attorney General Kamala Harris with controversial forced resignations of two key mortgage-fraud investigators in Bondi’s Fort Lauderdale office.

A coalition of religious leaders, homeowners and others has scheduled events Wednesday in Orlando and Miami that will include calls for an investigation into ongoing mortgage-fraud settlement talks between major U.S. lenders and state attorneys general from across the country — talks in which Bondi is a key player. The coalition, known as PICO United Florida, describes the current negotiations as “deeply flawed.”

Meanwhile, Orlando-area members of a faith-based nonprofit group called Focus complain that they have come away from meetings on foreclosure-settlement issues with Bondi representatives in recent months disappointed with what they describe as a seeming lack of interest in foreclosure fraud.

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