The aggressive fraud campaign against home lenders - allegedly masterminded by a white supremacist group - is continuing. Law enforcement officials have scored few legal victories in the fight against fake money orders and related paper, according to mortgage bankers, regulators, and the officials themselves.

Since 1992, a number of splinter groups said to have strong ties to the Posse Comitatus, a group with anti-Semitic and antigovernment views, has waged a paper war against lenders. The weapons - counterfeit money orders used to pay off residential loans - continue to pop up at mortgage banks across the country.

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