Embattled Acting U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of Indiana Timothy M. Morrison is sweating a little more under the collar.
Last week, hundreds of defrauded investors of an alleged Ponzi scheme, most of them retirees, attended a town hall meeting in Wooster, Ohio regarding the company Fair Finance.
Morrison, a Rove-Bush-Cheney Republican appointee, has protected the kingpin of this alleged fraud, Timothy S. Durham, who is recognized as one of the biggest contributors to the Republican Party of Indiana and to the current Republican Governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels.
Morrison has kept a tight lid on everything.
A local television station in Indianapolis reports:
In reality, Morrison has done nothing and has let Durham and associates keep their cash and even hold estate sales as investors worry sick."I have not received one piece of information from Fair Finance," said one woman, echoing the sentiments of dozens of other people. Those in the meeting, mostly older investors, trusted Fair Finance with their investments. The FBI raided Durham's business in Ohio and his office in Indianapolis in November. "What are you doing with our money? Where are you putting it?" said another woman. "Are you investing it in something else?"
One investor, so worried sick, died because of the Morrison's negligence with the Fair Finance fraud case.
It's time U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice overtake this case and banish Morrison to a dunce's corner.