Would a federal prosecutor tell a judge he never interviewed a witness when an FBI interview summary confirmed he was there? Would Prosecutor Dan Kasaris really have a sexual relationship with a criminal defendant who testified in multiple trials? Would prosecutors let a government witness take the Fifth Amendment during a trial? Would prosecutors convince their Office Manager to befriend Tony and record a series of post-indictment conversations to gain insight into defense trial preparation? Would an FBI Agent listen to illegally made tapes but claim he didn't know where he got them or what he did with them after he heard the contents? It's all here in our evidcence locker! Please share your thoughts on our blog!
Restitution payments made by defendants to the Clerk of Court in Cuyahoga County on behalf of crime victims have been instead diverted by the Prosecutor's Office
Tony Viola is the only person in America who proved his innocence at trial yet remains in jail.
Anyone considering hiring Jay Milano should read the attached report about his conduct in Tony's case. Mr. Milano collected $15,000 for an investigation but never paid his investigator -- he showed up at a criminal trial without any documents or witness interview summaries.
Prosecutors Mark Bennett and Dan Kasaris directed their Office Manager, Dawn Pasela, to befriend Tony and make a series of post-indictment voice recordings to learn about defense trial preparation.
The government has prosecuted thousands of citizens for so-called mortgage fraud offenses, claiming that property sellers, loan officers or real estate agents tricked banks into making loans that did not meet the bank's lending guidelines.
Prosecutors Mark Bennett and Dan Kasaris possessed proof of Tony's innocence before the first trial, but lied in writing about the existence of that information.
Litigation in federal court seeks to halt the Justice Department’s recent multi-billion fraud settlement with Deutsche Bank, in which the bank admitted to knowingly making ‘no money down’ mortgage loans
Plain Dealer Front Page Story about Tony Viola’s $46 million scam called Fake News, Ignites Controversy
The Cleveland Plain Dealer’s June 28, 2017 article claims Tony Viola “masterminded” a $46 million fraud scheme, “The Criminals who brought you Northeast Ohio’s Housing Crisis” by Eric Heisig. The
Tony Viola was tried twice on identical charges by a joint federal-state mortgage fraud task force. Prosecutors alleged Tony duped banks like JP Morgan into making ‘no money down’ mortgage
Dan Kasaris concealed his employment as Corporate Treasurer for a local real estate company when he applied for his job as a Prosecutor. Kasaris was required, on his May 24,
PROSECUTOR DAN KASARIS SWEARS UNDER OATH HE ISN’T A PROSECUTOR Senior Assistant Ohio Attorney General Dan Kasaris recently informed the federal judiciary that he “has no independent authority
Hi everyone! After I proved my innocence at the second trial, I never imagined my case would take so long to be resolved. At the moment, the Court of Appeals
On January 5, 2012, Tony Viola was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in jail for tricking banks like JP Morgan into making ‘no money down’ mortgage loans. At a second
Can an FBI agent listen to tapes the FBI made without “possessing” them? Can the federal government obtain exculpatory evidence then shift it to a “joint federal state task force”
December 22, 2016 — Today’s $7.2 billion settlement between the Justice Department and Deutsche Bank contains admissions that the bank knowingly made mortgage loans that did not meet its lending
Breaking News, The Dan Kasaris forced conviction of fmr. Ohio rep. Pete Beck was overturned this week. The details are still coming out but definitely a wrongful prosecution case looks
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Don't take our word for it, check out the evidence from Tony's second trial and see for yourself how prosecutors suppressed proof of Tony's innocence before his first trial. Our evidence locker tells the whole story, using the government's own documents and records to confirm that prosecutors broke the law to "win" the case.