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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Federal judge rules in favor of a lawsuit against the LBMA and bullion banks for fraud and manipulation in gold and silver prices

Ever since the 2008 financial crisis, most regulators for all markets have worked with, rather than against the banks that have been found guilty of committing dozens of crimes in the financial system.  From the rigging of currency and Libor rates, money laundering to drug cartels and terrorist organizations, mortgage fraud, and even the most recent instance of millions of cases of identity theft, no one is ever charged with the crimes individuals in these banks commit, and at best are simply fined a small amount compared to the profits they garnered from their fraud.

But on Oct. 3 an interesting ruling came down from a Federal judge for the Southern district of New York where the court ruled in favor of investors that a civil case against central and bullion banks could go forward due to strong evidence of fraud and manipulation in the rigging of gold and silver prices.

MarketSlant has obtained documents regarding the London Gold Fix Scandal currently being litigated in the New York Southern District Court.
They include the Judge's initial findings in the class action suit pitting the LBMA and its member Banks vs. Entities and Individuals that trade Gold and allege they were victims of price manipulation and suppression from January 1, 2004 to June 30, 2013.
In the document dated Oct 3, 2016, presiding Judge Valerie Caproni of the US District Court, Southern District rendered her Opinion and Order in the matter. Judge Caproni has validated that much of the claims have been substantiated and therefore is recommending litigation for many of the claims brought. - Market Slant

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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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Banks in states that legalize pot use can now work with marijuana businesses

In 2012, HSBC was busted by U.S. and international regulators for laundering drug money for global cartels.  A year later, they were imposed a $1.9 billion fine, but rumors abound that the financial institution is still providing services to criminal organizations despite their guilt and penalty.

So with this precedent in place, it is quite interesting to see on Feb. 14 that regulators within the Obama administration have now ruled that banks that service states with legal marijuana laws can now do business with the sellers of pot, and without the threat of criminal prosecution.




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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Corzine to tell Congress he knows nothing in Congressional hearing today

Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine has already pulled out the Angelo Mozillo card, and issued a testimonial letter that he knows nothing about the loss of money at MF Global, and especially the losses to individual customer accounts.

Corzine Testimony


As we now logically, the chances of Corzine being completely ignorant to the workings of his own company are between slim and none, but the onus of course is on Congress and the incompetent US regulators to prove otherwise.  Back in 2008, fraudulent CEO's got away with their actions, and chances are likely, Corzine will skate through once again because of his massive leverage with the Obama administration.

And once again, investors who trusted the system will be out $1.2 billion dollars with little or no compensation.