Matt Taibbi: The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase's Worst Nightmare


Matt Taibbi: The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare

Matt Taibbi: The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare

Meet the woman JPMorgan Chase paid one of the largest fines in American history to keep from talking

Rolling Stone-

She tried to stay quiet, she really did. But after eight years of keeping a heavy secret, the day came when Alayne Fleischmann couldn’t take it anymore.

“It was like watching an old lady get mugged on the street,” she says. “I thought, ‘I can’t sit by any longer.'”

Fleischmann is a tall, thin, quick-witted securities lawyer in her late thirties, with long blond hair, pale-blue eyes and an infectious sense of humor that has survived some very tough times. She’s had to struggle to find work despite some striking skills and qualifications, a common symptom of a not-so-common condition called being a whistle-blower.



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3 Responses to “Matt Taibbi: The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare”

  1. keepon says:

    The witness JP Morgan Chase paid the gov’t 9 million to keep quiet.

    Now, it’s out in the open. I know, but your still losing your home to foreclosure. Now what. This goes rt up to Holder! Yeah, no. That doesn’t help you either does it. This is what that ‘private audience’ that Jamie got with Eric was all about.

  2. keepon says:

    Correction: That’s 9 BILLion, not million.

  3. keepon says:

    Former Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division Lanny Breuer worked closely with Lynch on the 2011 Mafia takedown of more than 120 members — the largest of its kind in U.S. history — and the record $1.9 billion settlement with HSBC, the global bank that permitted narcotics traffickers and others to launder hundreds of millions of dollars through their subsidiaries.

    “There was no U.S. attorney who was easier to forge partnerships with and who we did more work with than Loretta,” said Breuer. “You always felt you could talk through cases with Loretta, and you never felt competitive with her. “


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