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NY judge: Mortgage scammer to give lectures (Newsday)

New York judge orders convicted mortgage scammer to give lectures on fraud

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She is to serve 30 days in jail and then five years probation, and was fined $2,500. Justice Kenneth Holder also ordered that the woman speak at mortgage fraud forums while on probation

She will discuss the pitfalls of being a "straw buyer." In Tharpe's case, prosecutors say she posed as the phony applicant for a mortgage on a property that had been stolen from a 93-year-old retiree

A co-conspirator was convicted of grand larceny in the case. Get the Biz Briefing newsletter! The latest LI business news in your inbox Monday through Friday

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