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October 19, 2011

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Guy Chamberlain

Journalist’s Civil Rights Complaint Names Bank of America, CA State Bar, CA Attorney General for Violating 1st Amendment Freedom
http://cacorruptionwatch.wordpress.com/2011/11/19/journalists-civil-rights-complaint-names-bank-of-america-ca-state-bar-ca-attorney-general-for-violating-1st-amendment-freedom/

Spencer Hale

It is pretty questionable that a $39 million dollar fruad went without notice. Perhaps thats because it was so well executed, but either way, with that much money involved people take notice.

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