Prison Radio recently interviewed Tony Viola, asking him to explain why he remains in jail after proving his innocence at trial.  Tony was charged with tricking banks like JP Morgan into making ‘no money down’ mortgage loans, lost his first trial and was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in jail.  That first trial was marred by prosecutorial misconduct, including a romantic relationship between Prosecutor Dan Kasaris and government informant Kathryn Clover, the disappearance of computers seized in FBI raids and a botched spying operation by prosecutors, who invaded Tony’s trial preparations.  Evidence proving Tony’s innocence was provided by Dan Kasaris’s Office Manager and utilized at the second trial on the same charges, prosecuted by the same prosecution team, resulting an an acquittal on all charges.

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