This week the feds announced their nationwide financial fraud crackdown. Taking the lead from Attorney General Eric Holder, U.S. attorney offices across the country made public announcements touting results of the DOJ’s “Operation Broken Trust.”

In all, prosecutors brought enforcement actions against 343 criminal defendants and 189 civil defendants “for fraud schemes involving more than 120,000 victims throughout the country.”

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