Skip to comments.Indonesian Man's 'Interrogation' Death Raises Concerns About Citibank's Use of Debt Collectors
Posted on 08/17/2011 7:48:55 PM PDT by nuconvert
Citibank is facing scrutiny in an Indonesian small-business man's death after the man reportedly was subjected to a "harsh interrogation" over an unpaid debt.
The International Business Times identified the man as Irzen Octa, who was $5,700 in debt on his Citibank credit card. He reportedly was led walking into a room in Jakarta last March but emerged a few hours later in a wheelchair. Investigators presume Octa, 50, was either unconscious or dead by that point, the Times reported.
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When in Rome...
This is an Obamanation!
Dodd-Frank probably has some clause allowing the banks to do that to Americans, too. Since the politicians never bother reading these bills, who knows?
Citi changed one of their lending businesses names to One Main Financial. Watch out for those goons. Saudi owned as well.
Saudi owned? Well then, if they kill you it's not murder - because you're not human.
Ask any Imam.
Geez, and the US gets lambasted for using harsh interrogation techniques on terrorists to protect us from threats to our national security.
Maybe we should just call the CIA interogators ‘debt collector’ and the international community will shut up.
Global business is bringing it your way, too.
In related news, the Internal Revenue Service is sending collection agents to Indonesia for training ...
Wasn’t Indonesia the training ground for the child Obama?
Indeed it was.
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