The Case of Liberty Cove 

Finger-pointing and anger replace dreams of high returns and idyllic retirement on the Sonoran coast

The terms were just too seductive. Dean Stein, a Phoenix anesthesiologist, bought in. So did Gary Leavitt, an Arizona developer. Matt Mickley, a businessman, followed suit. Another dozen Phoenicians reached for their checkbooks, as did another 200 people from across the United…

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