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Friday, July 3, 2015

No 'silver lining' yet in NV HOA case

Granted, the following story from California's eastern neighbor, Nevada (NV), is probably an exception and extreme case as to how HOA control can go wrong, but the complicity of the legal establishment in the cover up of details must be a cause for alarm.  Taking up the case for transparency, accountability, and due-diligence is the NV press, led by the respected Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Given the details of the case that are known, one can't help but muse that the prosecution case cover-up is due to possible incrimination of other authorities in high office either in Nevada or beyond.

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