'COLLATERAL DAMAGE' | Is Hacker Group Anonymous About To Expose Bank Of America FRAUD?

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‘COLLATERAL DAMAGE’ | Is Hacker Group Anonymous About To Expose Bank Of America FRAUD?

‘COLLATERAL DAMAGE’ | Is Hacker Group Anonymous About To Expose Bank Of America FRAUD?

via GAWKER‘s  Adrian Chen:

A member of the activist collective Anonymous is claiming to be have emails and documents which prove “fraud” was committed by Bank of America employees, and the group says it’ll release them on Monday. The member, who goes by the Twitter handle OperationLeakS, has already posted an internal email from the formerly Bank of America-owned Balboa Insurance Company.

For full details go to Gawker.com

Email is between Balboa Insurance vice president Peggy Johnson and other Balboa employees

[Image OperationLeakS via Twitter]

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One Response to “‘COLLATERAL DAMAGE’ | Is Hacker Group Anonymous About To Expose Bank Of America FRAUD?”

  1. Ron Litton says:

    Well hopefully it is more explicit that what is shown here. Personally I hope they have something on Chase and Deutsche as well. These two are stealing more homes than anyone else.

    I hope you have something HOT on the asshole politicians that are helping the banks steal homes and trying to eliminate help for the unemployed and the ones being foreclosed on. These people are out of work BECAUSE OF THE BANKS, but yet politicians are still helping them, just so they can get elected again and continue doing a pathetic job of protecting the citizens. This not Republicans or Democrats, they have all caved in, in some fashion to the banks.

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