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February 12, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The business manager and confidante of the owner of a failed Santa Ana savings and loan has been sued by federal regulators who allege she defrauded the institution of more than $21 million and caused its collapse last month. In a civil suit filed late Tuesday in U.S. District Court, the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp. accused Janet McKinzie and North America Savings & Loan's late owner, Duayne D.
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May 27, 1994 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Janet Faye McKinzie, the first person convicted of federal racketeering in the thrift industry debacle, will be released from prison next week after serving barely four years for her role in the 1987 collapse of North America Savings & Loan in Santa Ana. McKinzie, who helped North America owner Duayne (Doc) Christensen pilfer $13.5 million from the thrift and spend it on lavish gifts and parties, had won a reduction of her 20-year sentence to six years.
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BUSINESS
January 9, 1990 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The trial starting today involving defunct North America Savings & Loan is the latest twist in the richly interesting career of Houston attorney Richard (Racehorse) Haynes. The flamboyant Texas lawyer first came to national attention as a subject in the bestseller "Blood and Money" by novelist Tommy Thompson.
BUSINESS
January 9, 1990 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The trial starting today involving defunct North America Savings & Loan is the latest twist in the richly interesting career of Houston attorney Richard (Racehorse) Haynes. The flamboyant Texas lawyer first came to national attention as a subject in the bestseller "Blood and Money" by novelist Tommy Thompson.
BUSINESS
February 28, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI and JOHN SPANO, Times Staff Writers
Lawyers, investigators and FBI agents queuing up to question Janet F. McKinzie, a central figure in the collapse of North America Savings & Loan Assn. in Santa Ana, may have a long wait. Her doctor said she is too ill to testify for the "foreseeable future." Dr. George A. Gross, a Sacramento psychiatrist, wrote in a letter submitted in an Orange County Superior Court case that McKinzie was hospitalized earlier this month with a "life-threatening condition."
BUSINESS
February 12, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The business manager and confidante of North America Savings & Loan Assn.'s late owner has been sued by federal regulators, who charge she defrauded the Santa Ana institution of more than $21 million and caused its collapse last month. In a suit filed late Tuesday in U.S. District Court, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. accused Janet McKinzie and the late Duayne D.
BUSINESS
May 27, 1994 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Janet Faye McKinzie, the first person convicted of federal racketeering in the thrift industry debacle, will be released from prison next week after serving barely four years for her role in the 1987 collapse of North America Savings & Loan in Santa Ana. McKinzie, who helped North America owner Duayne (Doc) Christensen pilfer $13.5 million from the thrift and spend it on lavish gifts and parties, had won a reduction of her 20-year sentence to six years.
NEWS
February 6, 1987
A Nevada court suspended the probate powers of Janet McKinzie. The companion and business manager for the late owner of North America Savings & Loan Assn. agreed to the move, initiated by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. The firm was seized by state regulators Jan. 16 and the FSLIC put it into receivership Jan. 23. As a potential creditor, the FSLIC sought to have McKinzie removed as special administrator of the last will of Duayne D.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The image of the most prestigious car in the world is being tarnished by some of those who drive it--Southern California's white-collar criminals. "Whenever we get a case now, we always look for the Rolls," said chief Assistant U.S. Atty. Terree Bowers in Los Angeles. Within the past two years, nearly every major white-collar criminal prosecuted in his office has driven one.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1990 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Janet Faye McKinzie--convicted last March of looting the now-defunct North America Savings & Loan in Santa Ana--would receive a 20-year prison sentence and be forced to pay more than $18 million in restitution and fines if the federal government gets its way. On Friday, Assistant U.S. Atty. Paul L.
BUSINESS
February 28, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI and JOHN SPANO, Times Staff Writers
Lawyers, investigators and FBI agents queuing up to question Janet F. McKinzie, a central figure in the collapse of North America Savings & Loan Assn. in Santa Ana, may have a long wait. Her doctor said she is too ill to testify for the "foreseeable future." Dr. George A. Gross, a Sacramento psychiatrist, wrote in a letter submitted in an Orange County Superior Court case that McKinzie was hospitalized earlier this month with a "life-threatening condition."
NEWS
February 12, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The business manager and confidante of the owner of a failed Santa Ana savings and loan has been sued by federal regulators who allege she defrauded the institution of more than $21 million and caused its collapse last month. In a civil suit filed late Tuesday in U.S. District Court, the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp. accused Janet McKinzie and North America Savings & Loan's late owner, Duayne D.
BUSINESS
February 12, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
The business manager and confidante of North America Savings & Loan Assn.'s late owner has been sued by federal regulators, who charge she defrauded the Santa Ana institution of more than $21 million and caused its collapse last month. In a suit filed late Tuesday in U.S. District Court, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. accused Janet McKinzie and the late Duayne D.
BUSINESS
January 22, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
As the body of Duayne D. Christensen, late owner of North America Savings & Loan Assn., was buried at a Newport Beach cemetery Wednesday, a state agency that took over the institution Friday confirmed that it had accused him of falsifying records, forging signatures and making questionable payments of more than $4 million to himself and a woman friend. William J.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1987 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
Earlier allegations by federal regulators that North America Savings & Loan Assn. was defrauded of about $20 million were substantially understated, according to an amended federal lawsuit that said the S&L had been drained of about $43 million. The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp., receiver for the Santa Ana-based institution, alleged in the amended suit filed Monday in U.S.
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