We are presently compiling a list of other organizations whose finances should be next under this standard. Of course, first on the House's list will have to be the LDS Church. As this morning's D-News pointed out, a lot of fraud in Utah is committed by bishops and other persons in positions of trust within the Church:
That investigation may take a while. Let us know when you're through, House Squad; we should have the rest of your list ready by then.
"It is very prevalent," said Charlene Barlow, the Utah attorney general's section chief over financial crimes. "I have victims that sit here and they say, 'I can't believe I was so stupid. But you know, he was a church member. He was in my ward. He was my bishop.'"