.C. § 1951), Init adds the requirement that the Attorney General author-
ize any prosecution brought on this jurisdictional l)ases. Again, the federal in-
terest could be limited, by discretionary guides, to major crimes involving
interstate organized criminal activity.
Subsection (2) establishes relatively narrow jurisdiction over the defrauding
of secured creditors. If the jurisdiction were as broad as that for theft, there
would be federal jurisdiction over all mortgage frauds (property owned by a
national credit institution — § 201 (k) ).