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March 09, 2012

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D

The Senator has good reason to move ahead with this complaint. The very idea the nation has been financially sodomized for nearly 100 years by a criminal banking syndicate, pretending to be "OFFICIAL" is beyond belief.

Please forward this following link to the Senator and the entire Congress so that may all view the proper charges awaiting those who have betrayed this nation.

http://www.zerohedge.com/print/365866

UnCoverUp

Senator Grassley could be most effective by in his quest to punish the guilty by having the Senate eliminate the effect of Bush-the-Crusader's May 5, 2006 presidential bull (see Business Week May 29, 2006) that gave unelected "national security" bureaucrats authority to exempt companies working on certain top-secret defense projects from portions of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act.

Politically-connected officers of publicly held companies having nothing to do with the "defense industry" have bribed these "national security" bureaucrats with promises of post-government service directorships on their boards to have crimes, such as violations of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), immunized from reporting requirements to shareholders and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). (See http://UnCoverUp.net and http://Iran-Conoco-Affair.US)

Melvin Hagerman

Would also be interesting to see if hat list would, or should, have names of certain Congressman and Senators, certain civil rights "leaders" and groups, and judges who were involved with the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), which may have had a part in creating the financial and housing crises.

Pancho

Grassley is right on in his questions. However he's biting the hand that's feeding his party.

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