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Why Nobody Went To Jail.

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Why nobody went to jail

The truth of the 2008 collapse

'Not a single financial executive has gone to jail, and that's wrong," bellowed Charles Ferguson at Sunday night's Academy Awards. Is it really?

Consider the source: "Inside Job," Ferguson's Oscar-winning documentary on the financial collapse of 2008, proudly features Eliot Spitzer -- who, as New York's attorney general, went on a tear against the big brokerages and their executives over various alleged crimes. In the film, Spitzer discusses how he uncovered various misdeeds, and claims the feds could have used their investigative powers to bring the bad guys to justice before it all blew up.

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/why_nobody_went_to_jail_xl6HsIF94hzgXIClPhNx4N#ixzz1FMNoJZVC

Good article here from New York Post. Fact is - it is incredibly difficult to PROVE wrongdoing in court of law.....

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Madoff's in jail...

B)

AIG emulated his basic model, nobody went to jail.

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Madoff's in jail...

B)

The reason why Greece was picked first in Europe for the Bank collapses/corruption is

New Testament was written in Koine ("Coin-(h)ay") Greek (not Aramaic/Hebrew)

Mad-off

O+F = 6

6 (dropped in Greek was known as Stig-ma)

(You know who the 'idol' is you are led to 'worship' on top gear)

Why does Ireland keep getting trashed by the occult elites - maybe this is one answer >>>

"A copy of one of these early manuscripts, called papyri, (because they were written on papyrus) exists today in Dublin, Ireland in the Chester Beatty Collection.

It is the earliest known copy of the book of Revelation extant.

It is dated somewhere between 200 and 300 A.D. This manuscript uses Gematria for every number in the book of Revelation."

A fascinating contradiction between main Christian Church teachings >>>

The Eastern Greek Orthodox Church (in their Bible) refuse to include "Book of Revelation" in it (they say due to it's dodgy historical precidence)

- so Millions of Orthodox Christians are barely aware of "Revelations"

(coz it has been reduced to non-specific, peripheral writing. Unverifiable Authorship)

Whilst in the Wild Western nations (USA etc) 'Evangelists'/Baptists/Methodists whip up the population into Revelation frenzies eg in the "Bible Belt"!

(funny how the word of slavery/restraint/torture/constraint (Belt) keeps popping up in the so-called "free democratic world")

All our house building is restrained by the UK Establishment using the "Green Belt" on UK citizens!

(PS it has a dual occult witty meaning - coz the Apostles were required to tie a girdle(belt) on to go out on their Christian preaching/conversion wanderings)

Acts 21:11

And coming to us, he took Paul's Girdle/belt and bound his own feet and hands and said, "Thus says the Holy Spirit, 'This is how the Jews at Jerusalem will bind the man who owns this belt and deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles.'"

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Fact is - it is incredibly difficult to PROVE wrongdoing in court of law.....

No it ain't.

But it's incredibly expensive when you have to wade through accounts.

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Answer: The groups that are doing the scamming are also in control of the state.

That is why unfortunately we will probably need something like the army to take over and purge the state of these people. We might not ever be able to transition back to democracy.

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Answer: The groups that are doing the scamming are also in control of the state.

That is why unfortunately we will probably need something like the army to take over and purge the state of these people. We might not ever be able to transition back to democracy.

Any attorney general that comes out fighting against these guys will have an Eliot Spitzer moment; one day they will wake up to a blaze of flashbulbs whilst mysteriously surrounded by piles of cocaine and dead hookers.

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Any attorney general that comes out fighting against these guys will have an Eliot Spitzer moment; one day they will wake up to a blaze of flashbulbs whilst mysteriously surrounded by piles of cocaine and dead hookers.

Yeah, but what a way to go, hey? ;)

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Any attorney general that comes out fighting against these guys will have an Eliot Spitzer moment; one day they will wake up to a blaze of flashbulbs whilst mysteriously surrounded by piles of cocaine and dead hookers.

What country/city do you associate more than any other with that?

Amster- DAM / MAD-off :P

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Because in police state Britain they lock up people for small cannabis farms for 6 years, 12 months for people stealing meat for a smack habit and many other minor issues most brainless socialists in England (which is the majority) think people should be banged up for .... prior to their whine about the government spending too much money.

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Why nobody went to jail

Eric you only go to jail if you don`t pay your Council Tax or fiddle your MPs expenses, but if you pay those expenses back before any investigations you will once again get re-elected, you can even play with HMRC because the most they do would finally be to bankrupt you. :rolleyes:

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Independant Filmmaker Ferguson is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations

Mission statement -

"The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an American nonprofit nonpartisan membership organization, publisher, and think tank specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs from an interventionist perspective"

Amount of company directors who are members of Council on Foreign Relations

* American Insurance Group and Citigroup: 8 directors

* J.P. Morgan Chase, Boeing: 6 directors

* The Carlyle Group, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, First Boston. Washington Post/Newsweek, Chevron Texaco, Lockheed Martin, Halliburton, Alliance Capital: 3 directors from each company

The filmmaker was outraged that non of the guilty had gone to jail yet. Did the documentary call out by name people who should be indicted?

Mission accomplished by the controlled opposition with identifying the right problem and providing the wrong dead-end solution.

:blink::huh:

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What crime specifically is it that people on this thread assume it is that all these Wall Streeters committed and got away with? Assuming it's fraud, then proving it should be easy given the extremely detailed record keeping requirements all these firms operate under. Having worked for such an organisation and been involved in digging out evidence of financial fraud on several occasions, I can say from first hand experience that it's simple if boring (and all the hard work is mostly done by the firm's themselves under discover rules, not by law enforcement agencies). Whilst someone like Madoff in an unregulated tiny operation could easily falsify records completely, it would be impossible in a large firm for any length of time due to the huge chain of people, paper and computer files involved. The sad fact is that people are confusing greed, arrogance and incompetence with criminality. The two are not the same - if they were, the world would need ten times as many prisons as it has already.

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In the end I don't think it really matters whether what they were/are doing is illegal or whether it was incompetence, or whether it was highly questionable ethics. I lean strongly towards they knew what they were doing, because the booked profits were always way, way higher than it turned out to be - actually these organizations lost all their shareholders money and then some. And their bonuses were linked to those 'estimates'.

But even if it turned out technically by the letter of the law they are not 'guilty', if I was the ruler I would still hang them and distribute the proceeds of their estates to the people. Why? Because the common man on the street needs to believe there is some sense of fairness in the system.

At the absolute barest minimum the fraudulent bonuses should be seized, going back to when the profits were re-stated. But that is not going to happen as long as the state is ran by the same people who are defrauding the system.

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What crime specifically is it that people on this thread assume it is that all these Wall Streeters committed and got away with? Assuming it's fraud, then proving it should be easy given the extremely detailed record keeping requirements all these firms operate under. Having worked for such an organisation and been involved in digging out evidence of financial fraud on several occasions, I can say from first hand experience that it's simple if boring (and all the hard work is mostly done by the firm's themselves under discover rules, not by law enforcement agencies). Whilst someone like Madoff in an unregulated tiny operation could easily falsify records completely, it would be impossible in a large firm for any length of time due to the huge chain of people, paper and computer files involved. The sad fact is that people are confusing greed, arrogance and incompetence with criminality. The two are not the same - if they were, the world would need ten times as many prisons as it has already.

That's what makes it even more frightening, it means it's all primed to happen all over again.

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