Ken Lewis Tips Mary Schapiro $33M For Good Service

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Wed, 08/05/2009 - 22:32 | 26668 Anonymous
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This whole thing leaves the worst taste in my mouth. F-ing unbelievable. Glad to see that someone isn't afraid to call BOA & co out on their BS.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 13:12 | 24183 Anonymous
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Even Charlie Gasparino could tell you horror stories about Mary Shapiro and her Crony Capitalist friends that have brought our financial system to it's knees.

Why does Mary have a job anywhere but WALLMART?? Can someone please answer the question?

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 13:11 | 24178 Anonymous
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I am pulling all accounts from Bank of America immediately. I cannot continue to support this Criminal Enterprise, or the SEC Crooks that would enable them.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 13:09 | 24172 Anonymous
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LOOK in the dictionary for the definition of WORTHLESS--
There is nothing but a picture of Mary Shapiro.

She sets a new standard for SPINELESS and WORTHLESS

Do your damn job Mary and protect the TAXPAYER not Goldman SACHS!

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 11:14 | 23942 Veteran
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Great article, very Clevinger/Catch 22-esque

 

When didn't you say that we couldn't punish you?!?

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 08:51 | 23824 Sqworl
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The only smart cookie in that room was Mary....She collected Millions from her Monkey See No Evil (FINRA)  position...

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 02:14 | 23743 Anonymous
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Calling Eric Holder.. anyone home? This is the quietest AG of all time. Maybe you can just resign and save taxpayers the money.

Voldamort

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 01:30 | 23730 Anonymous
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Wow...such a chore to wade through the thick sarcasm. You must be doubly bitter and cynical than me to come up with stellar stuff like this, Benji boy.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 08:57 | 23827 Anonymous
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He's also smarter than you, a better writer than you....

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 01:10 | 23722 MinnesotaNice
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There's a lot of that "double-secret suspension until after the transaction is completed" going on... I think the goal of the government at this point is to assure that:

  • the level of complexity is so high that the average person has no hope of understanding it,
  • move quickly enough that if the average person wanted to try to understand it... time is up and put your pencils down,
  • and do it with such a sense of urgency that no one would dare question anything. 

Their strategy seems to be working well.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 01:31 | 23733 Anonymous
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You hit the nail on the head. This might as well be called the "double secret suspension" economy.

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 00:39 | 23704 Wilderman
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Ok, so BAC was forced to eat Merrill, everybody ate Bear, Wachovia was stuffed into Wells, Lehman was left hanging in the breeze...

Why was AIG different (along with Frannie, Chrysler, GM, etc) ?  Why isn't this the topic du jour?  Answer this riddle and you'll find actionable intelligence. 

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 00:59 | 23715 Anonymous
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AIG is 1% separation from RICO case. AIG not named in Complaint but aggressively defending the claim against their insured (the appraiser). Prima facie fraud. Its a lousy 300K claim AIG would rather defend than pay the claim out on. I wonder how fast they'd pay the claim if Cuomo got hold of that file.

Look up Ferri -vs- Berkowitz, Eastern Dist of NY. AIG insured a commercial real estate appraiser that inflated the value of a commmercial building in West Virginia 10x (yes, 1000%).

Tue, 08/04/2009 - 00:34 | 23701 Anonymous
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I bet that 'tip' was included in the bonus bill back in 2008, for just in case.

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