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Surely you jest. The individuals who own the property step forward and state the signatures are not theirs.

That's forgery if someone else signed their names to the document in question and did not have a power of attorney to act on their behalf.

Add the notary public who notarized the document; and now can not state whether those persons were present when she notarized the document. Nor can she state who was present when she notarized the document. If she notarized a document, and the signers were not present, she's in a deep vat of doo doo. And if the signatures prove to be forgeries, the vat gets deeper.

And that may explain why she makes no comments.

You must be one of Charlie Rangel's defenders if this is your approach to a criminal investigation.


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