Mortgage Fraud Task Forces Falling Short

The cold light of the recession has shown that the housing bust was built on more than simple greed and hysteria. Mortgage fraud "task forces" now are trying to track down those who broke the law in their quest for real estate riches. But there's a shortage of investigators to figure it all out.

Rachael Myrow reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.

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