Tony Viola

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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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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 »

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First Half: Former copywriter and journalist with film & TV credentials, MR Gorga was a child in the wake of Amityville Horror and the Summer of Sam. He will discuss the first fully recorded eyewitness account of demonic possession in American...

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