‘Sheriff of Wall Street’ Preet Bharara Says ‘People are Right’ About System Being Rigged

Truth sucks, doesn’t it?!

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This election year has exposed widespread voter anger directed at Wall Street, and U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara agrees that “to an extent, people are right about the system being rigged.”

“I think people have a right…given the track record of this office and other offices of exposing fraud, to be worried about that,” Bharara told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos.

That track record of rooting out fraud has earned Bharara the nickname “Sheriff of Wall Street,” but he has also set his sights on the corruption plaguing New York’s state capital. Since taking office, he’s prosecuted cases against more than a dozen state officeholders.

“We have found that corruption is rife in a lot of institutions in New York and throughout New York. That’s true in the legislature,” he said. “It’s also the case that there’s corruption, we believe, in the executive branches…

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2 thoughts on “‘Sheriff of Wall Street’ Preet Bharara Says ‘People are Right’ About System Being Rigged

  1. Anything people think and talk is still fine until a UNITED ACTION undertaken – push for a law change or demonstration demand the change – till then everything will be AS USUAL, because the current situation is making the big bloodsuckers happy. When the demand is in the public they will fight, and try to shuffle it away, then against the change. All of us MUST BE UNITED, otherwise will be NO POWER, complaint on the web or talking about it doesn’t damage them so much, they keep ripping people off…
    We need to be organized
    we need a good leader knows how to organize and negotiation
    hire or volunteers to call and hold meetings from local to national A UNITED ACTION IS VERY MUCH NEEDED
    when the organization is set up, make a nationwide action plan
    advertise the plan
    get all the people – homeowners and government officials together to make the message be heard in the public by an event execution
    push for law change, regulate the bloodsuckers…

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