Coming Up: What Was A Towship Committeeman's Involvement In The Swindling Of A Real Estate Investor? Proof Is In The Documents (coming up)
2/25/2013 09:38:00 pm
Come on, Hershel, can't you be like that other website and focus on what's important--- like how many mishloach manos did the crossing guards receive...
2/26/2013 02:23:23 am
Or how people know what properties the town wants as a parking lot and buys them just to resell at a hefty profit. The proof is in the documents.
2/26/2013 11:53:07 am
Oh please. Stop trying to smokescreen corruption by trying to turn the good that someone tried to do to make it look corrupt. Don't compare apples to cancer.
do the feds read this site?
2/26/2013 11:03:04 am
Honesty, is such a lonely word
2/26/2013 12:08:46 pm
Very simple. He made a real estate deal for Eli Weinstein in which he was the broker to sell a property for three times its value. His commission was 180 grand based on the pumped up value to fool the buyer. When the whole thing was over, Langert kicked back 130 grand to the seller an it wasn't on the closing statement. Total fraud. He spilt the 50 grand with his partner. As a broker he should have known the property was worthless and the fact he gave back 130 to the seller shows he knew his commission was only worth 50 grand. But this is not corruption. This is theft.
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