Skip to comments.Financial crisis panel refers cases to Justice
Posted on 01/25/2011 12:19:01 PM PST by Kartographer
A bipartisan panel investigating the financial crisis has referred cases of potential wrongdoing by financial industry officials to the Justice Department, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
The 2009 law creating the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission instructs the congressionally appointed panel to refer anyone who may have violated the law to the Justice Department and state attorneys general
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Or possibly it’s time to punish enemies.
It is a total whitewash. Yesterday and today you have banks like JPM, Citi and other reporting record (fake) earnings. They made changes to the accounting rules to “create” earnings. The whole US financial system and govt is totally corrupt along with TV, Hollywood, etc.
I think you are waaaaayyyy overestimating Eric Holders’ likely exertions to bring the miscreants to justice. The information will go straight into the “Black Panther Voter Intimidation” file, never to be seen again.
lol what enemies
Baracks Wall Street Problem is Now Americas
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Donates Serious Cash to Democrats
Between this and the Rahm decision, there are bound to be lots and lots of Franklins changing hands these days.
Chris Dodd spends another night in peaceful, undisturbed peace. ‘cept for the torment in his puny, shriveled up soul.
Don’t mean much if the referral list doesn’t in includes Barney Franks and Chris Dodd...
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