Tuesday, March 15, 2016

New documents released show Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was created to protect criminal banks

What do the Warren Commission, the 9/11 commission, and the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission all have in common?  They were formed by the government to protect the actual criminals involved in these crimes and instead scapegoat others to try to appease the public.  And thanks to new documents released from the commission created following the 2008 Credit Crisis, we see that not only did the Obama administration fail to indict criminals from the banking sector who defrauded the American people, in many cases they even abetted their crimes in a quid pro quo masquerade of fines and payola.
And of course this led to then Attorney General Eric Holder, a Wall Street lawyer with massive ties to the banks and entire financial industry, to make the fallacious claim that the banks were ‘took big to jail‘, and ignored FCIC recommendations for prosecution in favor of small fines that allowed the participants to never answer for their crimes, and in fact, to keep on perpetrating even more.


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