Lawyers for NH man charged in mortgage fraud case say he was a bad businessman, not a criminal
CONCORD, New Hampshire — Lawyers for Michael Prieto, who is charged with bilking financially distressed homeowners and lenders out of $13 million, say his mortgage rescue company amounted to a "failed business model" not a criminal enterprise.
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