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Why Did The FBI NOT Prosecute Crooked Bankers? or Hillary?


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FBI Director James Comey recently broke years of precedent by explaining publicly, in minute detail, why the FBI would not charge Sec. Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately for Director Comey and the Department of Justice, Sen. Elizabeth Warren was paying close attention.1

Now, Sen. Warren wants to know why the public has never been told why the Justice Department refused to prosecute the bankers who caused the 2008 financial crash – and we want to help her demand answers.

Stand with Sen. Warren: Tell the FBI Director and Justice Department to explain the failure to prosecute bankers.

https://act.credoaction.com/sign/warren_fbi?t=2&akid=19912.1167330.RIkpUM

The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission investigated every detail of the crash and made criminal referrals to the Justice Department.

The commission found that 14 of the biggest financial institutions had potentially committed securities fraud in the run-up to the crash.

The commission also named 9 top executives who should be personally investigated.2

The Justice Department made zero criminal indictments. Not a single firm or individual faced a trial. Only one individual had to pay a fine – a paltry $100,000 – and of the 14 institutions, only five ended up paying any fines as a result of civil settlements.3

Comey explained his decision in Sec. Clinton’s case by declaring “the American people deserve those details in a case of intense public interest.” In a recent letter, Sen. Warren responded by demanding the “same level of transparency” around the Wall Street crash. She separately demanded that the inspector general of the Justice Department mount his own investigation.4

If FBI Director Comey is willing to spend hours publicly detailing the ins and outs of an investigation, surely we should start with the failure to prosecute the bankers who crashed the economy, cost countless Americans their jobs and homes, and stole millions of dollars out of Americans’ pockets.

Stand with Sen. Warren: Tell the FBI Director and Justice Department to explain the failure to prosecute bankers.

https://act.credoaction.com/sign/warren_fbi?t=2&akid=19912.1167330.RIkpUM

The 10-year statute of limitations on many of these crimes runs out in 2017. We are running out of time to demand accountability.

Bringing people to trial would not guarantee a guilty verdict or jail time. It would not bring back the jobs and homes lost. But prosecutions would send a clear message to Wall Street and help prevent the next financial crash.

As Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Chair Phil Angelides put it: “If you can steal $1,000 and settle for $20 would you do it again? Probably.”5

We can’t let that happen.

If the FBI and Justice Department are suddenly so willing to be transparent, they should start with telling us why they let Wall Street off the hook.

Stand with Sen. Warren: Tell the FBI Director and Justice Department to explain the failure to prosecute bankers.

https://act.credoaction.com/sign/warren_fbi?t=2&akid=19912.1167330.RIkpUM

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The FBI is essentially a criminal political organization at the top along with the no

justice department.

 

For example, after President Jack Kennedy was assassinated with rifle shots

from the front and the right side of his limo in Dallas, the FBI ignored all of the

evidence including all of the eye witnesses (see the Mark Lane videotapes of

his interviews of those witnesses who said the shots came from the grassy knoll)

 

attorney general arlen spector presented the evidence which had been redacted

by the FBI to the warren commission who came up with their bullshit story of Oswald

shooting JFK. Even Oswald tried to explain he was being set up as a patsy when

he was then killed. Arlen spector was then presented with the lifetime job of US senator.

 

Later, the FBI covered up the RFK assassination, also.

 

Now, the FBI and attorney general are covering up for criminal hillary.

 

People who do not study history are condemned to repeat it.

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