7 February 2013
PricewaterhouseCoopers, which carried out the foreclosure fraud investigation for Citigroup, brags to potential clients that its "teams consist of experienced regulatory risk specialists, including ex-regulators, who not only know the rules, but have also implemented and assessed compliance against them." OBAMA PROMISED HIS CRIMINAL BANKSTER DONORS NO PRISON TIME AND NO REAL REGULATION. DID HE DELIVER?
30 June 2012
SENATOR DIANNE FEINSTEIN AND HER FRIENDS AT WELLS FARGO
WELLS FARGO IS A MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR TO SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN, ONE OF THE MOST CORRUPT POLITICIANS IN AMERICAN HISTORY.
WELLS FARGO HAD THEIR CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE LICENSE REVOKED IN 2003 FOR ITS WIDESPREAD MORTGAGE FRAUD PERPETRATED ON CONSUMERS. THE BANKSTER SIMPLY DECLARED ITSELF ABOVE THE LAW AND CONTINUED TO PRACTICE ITS RUTHLESS PREDATORY PRACTICES NATIONWIDE.
WELLS FARGO'S CRIMES WERE BAILOUT OUT BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. FEINSTEIN VOTED FOR THE NO-STRINGS OR PRISON TIME BAILOUTS.
PRIOR TO THESE BAILIOUTS, FEINSTEIN FRONTED FOR THE BANKSTERS FOR THEIR "BANKRUPTCY" REFORM, WHICH NOW PRECLUDES CONSUMERS FROM OBTAINING HELP IN BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE VERY MORTGAGE CRIMES WELLS FARGO IS SO WELL KNOWN FOR
Lou Dobbs Tonight
Monday, November 12, 2007
Mortgage giants Wells Fargo and Bank of America are accused of slapping dubious fees on homeowners struggling to save their homes. With fewer new mortgages being written, these
companies appear to be leaning on these lucrative fees to stay profitable—with devastating consequences for homeowners. We’ll have that report.
portant positions in financial sector law enforcement. The attorney general (Eric Holder) and the head of the Justice Department's criminal division (Lanny Breuer) both come to us from Covington & Burling, a law firm that represents and lobbies for most of the major banks and their industry associations; indeed Breuer was co-head of its white collar criminal defense practice, and represented the Moody's rating agency in the Enron case. Mary Schapiro, the head of the SEC, spent the housing bubble in charge of FINRA, the investment banking industry's "self-regulator," which gave her a $9 million severance for a job well done. And her head of enforcement, perhaps most stunningly of all, is Robert Khuzami, who was general counsel for Deutsche Bank's North American business during the entire bubble. So zero prosecutions isn't much of a surprise, really.
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, August 25, 2010; 7:12 PM
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