The Unemployment Insurance Agency said it has now reviewed more than 62,000 cases in which claimants were assessed a fraud penalty and did not appeal --- at least 9,000 more than previously disclosed. Of the 40,000 resolved solely by the troubled computer program, 85 percent were reversed. Of the 22,000 cases that were flagged by the Michigan Integrated Data Automated System (MiDAS) and referred to a human investigator, 44 percent were overturned --- which mirrors the overall reversal rate in the normal appeals process, said state spokesman Dave Murray. Another 5,000 cases were resolved through appeals. Jennifer Lord, an attorney who has been leading a class-action lawsuit against the state, said Friday that the review is a "limited, positive step forward. But we are concerned that the dollars are not adding up. The state's own audited financial statements demonstrate that tens of millions more were seized from the citizens of Michigan. It is critical that the state and the agency be fully transparent so that confidence in the agency is restored." Lord also called for the administration to specify how and why "this debacle happened." You can read the entire TV 25 story here.