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    Tag: Sarah Kingsley

    Feds seek forfeiture of Democrat Justice Hathaway's Florida home

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Tue Nov 20, 2012 at 06:36:09 PM EST
    Tags: Justice Diane M. Hathaway, Florida Asset Seizure, Dana Hathaway, Homestead Exemption, Residency, Stepdaughter TOO?!?!, Sarah Kingsley, How many of these cockroaches are there?, Progressives, Shell Games, Short sales, Ethics, Taxes, Mortgage Fraud, FBI, AG Schuette, MJTC, SCOMI, Michigan Democratic Party (all tags)

    via The Detroit News

    Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway faces allegations of defrauding her bank by hiding assets to unload a $1.5 million Lake St. Clair home on a short sale and escape $600,000 in debt, The Detroit News has learned.

    U.S. District Attorney Barbara McQuade filed a civil complaint Monday in Michigan's Eastern District seeking forfeiture of Hathaway's posh second home in suburban Orlando, Fla.

    McQuade charged that Hathaway and her husband, attorney Michael Kingsley, "systematically and fraudulently transferred property and hid assets in order to support their claim to (ING Direct) that they did not have the financial resources to pay the mortgage on the Michigan property."

    The complaint claims Hathaway and Kingsley engaged in money laundering, but neither has been charged criminally in the case.


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    The Hathaway Doesn't Fall Far From The Tree

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Wed Nov 14, 2012 at 02:15:34 PM EST
    Tags: Dana Hathaway, Homestead Exemption, Residency, Justice Diane M. Hathaway, Stepdaughter TOO?!?!, Sarah Kingsley, How many of these cockroaches are there?, Shell Games, Short sales, Ethics, Taxes, Mortgage Fraud, Progressives, Michigan Democratic Party, FBI, AG Schuette, MJTC, SCOMI (all tags)

    via myfoxdetroit.com

    BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (WJBK) - Remember we told you about Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway and her property shell game?  It involved four houses, her stepchildren, a mortgage on a Grosse Pointe house she didn't want to pay anymore and now a federal grand jury.

    She's not the only Judge Hathaway who's got problems keeping her houses straight because now we've come to find that her daughter, Dana Hathaway, who was just elected to the Third Circuit Court, has her own issues with shuffling property and shorting the tax man.

    Rest with video

    And, the Democrats War on Wisdom marches on, comrades...

    (4 comments) Comments >>

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