How Much “Bias” and “Stand Down” Was Ordered Concerning the TBTF Banks During 2008-2016?

By Sydney Sullivan, Co-Editor and Contributing Researcher

An interesting post by Richard Bowen on June 21, 2018, The DOJ report: Another Political Hot Potato? brings up very significant questions.

Mr. Bowen writes, “Department of Justice (DOJ) has yet to prosecute any of the major players responsible for the 2008 financial crisis. I think we need to ask if bias was responsible here as well.”

Hopefully, folks are following “[T]he Justice Department’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email scandal and other actions in advance of the 2016 election is already a political hot potato,” as Mr. Bowen begins his post.

“The report has President Trump supporters saying “Told ya so” and the general public questioning how the DOJ and the FBI runs its departments. And rightfully so. Continue reading

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The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime

The criminal global banking cartel has effected a coup d’etat in the U.S. This is why the same criminal financial elite that saw 1000 of its members go to prison 20 years ago (after the S&L crisis) is now above the law.  Part 1 of 4.

To date, the question of why the U.S. Department of Justice has failed to prosecute even one too-big-to-fail bank for the pervasive criminal frauds that drove the multi-trillion-dollar economic meltdown of 2008 has been answered pretty much with shrugs.

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Four Fraud-Busting Citizens Initiate a Plan to Hold the Elite Financial Leaders Accountable and Prevent Further Economic Damage

By Sydney Sullivan

celebrate-whistleblowers-600Four astounding men, Gary Aguirre, Bill Black, Richard Bowen, and Michael Winston, are the founding members of the Bank Whistleblowers United. These well-educated men have the moral integrity and intelligence to see the damage Wall Street has caused and have devised a plan to prevent or at least reduce the frequency and harm of future economic crises.

We, as American citizens, know we have not recovered from the 2008 economic crisis as our present administration and Congressional leaders would like for us to believe. Although lots of warriors have stepped up to battle the banks, none have been as united or noteworthy as these four financial fraud-busting astronauts, venturing into a red banking hole existing in cyberspace which has been an arduous climb up-Hill (pun intended) to penetrate, decipher …and even more difficult to correct.  Continue reading

“Bankruptcy court corruption is not just a matter of bankruptcy trustees in collusion with corrupt bankruptcy judges.” — AG John Ashcroft

By Sydney Sullivan

gavel moneyEvery day I hear more stories about alleged corruption in the courts, not only when it comes to foreclosures, but also bankruptcy – especially when families are trying to protect their homes. It is more than obvious that the system is flawed.

Judges are not necessarily adept, specifically educated or predisposed to this new form of securitization…these quasi-securities called NTMs (nontraditional mortgages). Nor are they willing to risk their investment portfolios and mutual funds to protect the average citizens in America. Continue reading

Stern Words for Wall Street’s Watchdogs, From a Judge

In the New York Times – By Published: December 16, 2013

NTBTGTJWASHINGTON — It used to be common for the federal government to prosecute prominent people responsible for debacles that rattled the financial system. Michael R. Milken, the junk bond artist, went to prison in 1991; Charles H. Keating Jr., the face of the savings-and-loan crisis, pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud in 1999; and it looks like Jeffrey K. Skilling, the former chief executive of Enron, will be in prison until 2017. Continue reading

Homeowners Protest At Justice Department: Hold Banks Accountable

PROTESTERS DEMANDING PROSECUTIONS OF WALL STREET ARRESTED OUTSIDE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

FORECLOSE ON BANKS“Initial report from Grace and Vivian of SF ACCE from the Occupation today of the Justice Department demanding that Attorney General Eric Holder jail the banksters:

Between 400 and 500 protesters rallied at the Department of Justice (DOJ), closing Constitution Avenue and the three main entrances to DOJ.  Folks demanded that Attorney General Eric Holder “Jail the Banksters” and “Not to Big to Jail.” Continue reading

Kathleen Furey v. SEC: Wow, Just Wow!

Posted by Larry Doyle, SENSE ON CENTS on May 16, 2013

CORRUPTION SOCFor those with an interest in learning how our financial regulators fail to perform in upholding both the law and their duty to protect investors, the SEC is “the gift that keeps on giving.

As if we did not already know that the SEC has all too often failed to protect investors, let’s navigate and learn about the case of current SEC employee Kathleen Furey. From a recent complaint brought by Ms. Furey against the SEC: Continue reading

Dear Lanny – The “Intent” is at the Top …and in the Patents.

Frontline full storyWatching the PBS FRONTLINE | Untouchables left a lot of questions about the approach our U.S. government has taken to correct the securities corruption.

More importantly, nothing much has changed much since 2003 when the chaos that took down our economy ramped up into a full blown man made financial force majeure… Continue reading

Going Down – JPMorgan Chase Slammed With Libor Subpoenas – Stock Sliding

Breaking News on stopforeclosurefraud.com:

Huffington Post reports “JPMorgan Chase Libor Subpoenas Coming From Everybody In The World” 

“Pretty much everybody in the world with subpoena power has hit JPMorgan Chase with requests for information in the Libor-rigging scandal.

The biggest U.S. bank revealed the extent of its involvement in the probe in a filing Thursday morning with the Securities and Exchange Commission, saying regulators in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Switzerland and more had asked it for information:

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