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April 16, 2010

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Jeff from Miami Limo

It makes me sick that these people got away with scaming so many people. I hope they get convictions, and those convictions lead to changes that make sure this type of thing never happens again.

Grant Beehler

It's about time someone is responsible for risky financial behavior. No one can make that kind of money and not have done something illegal.

Sydney Lawyer

Goldman Sachs was one of the few merchant banks which appeared to have survived the global financial crisis. It seemed to have mainly escaped the exposure to the CDOs which other banks has been exposed to. Now it is clear why they were able to escape the clutches of the GFC in its first beginnings.

gbtw

nevermind about hank, just found this: "Paulson & Co (headed not by former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, but by John A. Paulson, no relation)"

gbtw

whoa. what does these mean for hank paulson? is he somehow implicated b/c of this "paulson & co" role? is there anybody on that street that has a shred of decency?

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