A Georgia real estate lawyer was arrested Monday in connection with an alleged $7 million mortgage fraud scheme, media accounts said. Athens, Ga., attorney C. Michael Rose denied any wrongdoing after being booked into Clarke County Jail late Monday night on a racketeering charge, reports said. "(Athens-Clarke and state fraud investigators) have a job to do. I'm sure the truth will all come out," Rose said, according to media reports. Rose, 45, is the former law partner of Athens-Clarke Solicitor General Mo Wiltshire, according to reports. Wiltshire said Tuesday he doubted that Rose had committed any crimes, reports said. "I'm shocked and surprised. I can't imagine that Mike Rose would intentionally do anything criminal. I wish the best for him and his family," Wiltshire told Athens Onlin...
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