Tony Viola

Tony Viola

Biography:

Tony Viola is the only person in America who proved his innocence at trial yet still went to jail. He was indicted three times and tried twice by a joint federal-state mortgage fraud task force -- once in federal court and once in state court -- on the exact same charges. When a whistleblower inside the prosecutor's office gave Tony evidence hidden before his first trial, he used it to win the second trial. Even though Tony proved his innocence after a six-week trial, he remained imprisoned until earlier this month when he was finally released.

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Past Shows:

  • Mortgage Fraud Cases / Open Lines

    Tony Viola discussed his mortgage fraud case, suspicions about other mortgage fraud cases, and the subprime mortgage crisis. Open Lines followed.More »

Last Night

Tic Tac UFOs / UAP Hearings
Tic Tac UFOs / UAP Hearings
Documentary director Caroline Cory and technology researcher Dave Mason discussed the true nature of UFOs. Followed by researchers Joe Murgia, Danny Silva, and Ryan Robbins on the first open congressional hearings on UAP.
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