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May 05, 2010


Donald I. Kelly MBF/the Americas

What takes employees in government so long to say that they have a problem?

The reasons being given in the article should have been raised some time ago. Why not raise the issues at that time? When the money was "stolen" (yes, advanced) by another agency doesn't everybody in government know that this will be a BIG problem? Why not divert the fraud money given to the fraud financial institutions who caused the problem back with the Savings Institutions and now the BIG and small Banks?
Donald I. Kelly

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