Senate Report on Meltdown Under Justice Department Review

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Senate Report on Meltdown Under Justice Department Review

Senate Report on Meltdown Under Justice Department Review

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The Justice Department is reviewing a report by a U.S. Senate panel that said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) misled clients about the firm’s bets on securities tied to the housing market, according to Attorney General Eric Holder.

Holder told the House Judiciary Committee at a hearing today that the department is reviewing the April report by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, led by Senator Carl Levin, a Michigan Democrat. Holder didn’t say which aspects of the report, which probed the causes of 2008 financial crisis, are under review


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  1. Elaine Williams says:

    The jig is up they just don’t know it yet. The TBTF institutions that have run this country for the past several decades are not used to being in this much of a high stakes – oh shit position. When “caught” in the past they could always bargain or buy their way out with massive political contributions and Main Street Middle America was none the wiser because none of us were ever made privy to the backroom deals. Could it be this is why they have not caught on yet even in the the face of overwhelming proof of their systematic fraud? Bend over and grab your ankles banksters it’s only a matter of time – thanks to the Internet too many people “know” and more are learning about you every day. Kind of like what has happened in the Arab World.

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