Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Kansas City Mortgage Scammer Stays Losing

Nice and extremely rare update on local ALLEGED white collar crime. Here's the story of continued harsh times for this former high roller . . . Read more:

Notorious Kansas City Mortgage Fraudster In Trouble Again With The Law

A man who was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison and ordered to pay $11 million in restitution for a wide-ranging mortgage fraud scheme is back in trouble with local authorities. Brent Barber, 54, has been charged in Jackson County with one count of forgery, a class D Missouri felony.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas City Urinary Radio crowd doesn't want to hear this. They want teaching unicorns to chase rainbows stories and stuff like that.

The Hipsterocracy, drunk on craft beer said...

And Kai Ryssdal doing the numbers. Markets are up everything's under control we'll how you like that. Big Uber IPO today how you like that!

Jerry Gross said...

ordered to pay $11 million in restitution


How is a broke guy going to pull that off. Engage in more fraud?

Anonymous said...

White people. Ugh. Such a low-class race.

Anonymous said...

^^ Shut up cracker.