Throwing their bullying weight around, the DOJ prosecutors who made Martha Stewart and Julie Hiatt Steele's lives a living hell, are now putting one private Swiss bank after another out of business.... AS they give Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke a "FREE PASS" for WRECKING the U.S. economy
(this is the SECOND "Great Depression" the treasonous bankers at the Fed have engineered)
and AS they give the Fed's member/owner banks a permanent "get out of jail free" card for tens of billions upon trillions of dollars of relentless, serial, derivatives fraud, ratings fraud, mortgage origination fraud, foreclosure fraud, MBS (mortgage backed securities) frauds, and HFT "license to pre-order before your clients" fraud.
Did we mention that the
Under the influence of the Jewish traitors financial mafia - the Bob Rubin, Larry Summers, Sanford Weill, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke "DEREGULATORS" and the armies of undead, 'bailouts' soaking banker parasites - Jacob Lew, Peter Orszag, Hank Paulson, Tim Geithner, Jamie Dimon, Dick Fuld, Angelo Mozila, Bernie Madoff, Ken Lay, Jeff Skilling, (etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., ad naseum) they have unleashed - leaving nothing but death, devastation, ruin, and destruction in their wake - the United States is now one big crime empire, as the City of Chicago was in the the 1930s during the height of Al Capone's murderous mob rule there.
DOJ's Latest "Beat Down" on Swiss Banks
by Bruce Krasting, ZeroHedge.com 02/03/2012
The DOJ sued the big Swiss bank, UBS, over this "private business." UBS folded when the DOJ threatened a criminal complaint. (UBS would have had to close all its US businesses had a criminal complaint prevailed.) It ended up costing the bank $780 large and, for the most part, the DOJ got the “names” it was after.
Having blown UBS to smithereens, the DOJ set its sights on the other Swiss Banks. It targeted eleven Private Banks. W was on the list.
Talk of a settlement, including big buck fines and the release of more "names", has been in the press for a few months. Treasury Secretary Geithner met with Eveline Widmere-Schlumpf (Swiss Finance Minister) in Davos last week. It seemed like progress was being made on the thorny problem of the private banks.... (cont'd)