1. Has the Justice Department designated certain institutions whose failure could jeopardize the stability of the financial markets and are thus, “too big to jail”? If so, please name them.
Answer: Inside my bra.
2. Has the Justice Department ever failed to bring a prosecution against an institution due to concern that their failure could jeopardize financial markets?
Answer: Watch what you say knucklehead, or I'll squeeze harder.
3. Are there any entities the Justice Department has entered into settlements with, in which the amount of the settlement reflected a concern that markets could be impacted by such a settlement? If so, for which entities?
Answer: In the barrel.
4. Please provide the names of all outside experts consulted by the Justice Department in making prosecutorial decisions regarding financial institutions with over $1 billion in assets.
Answer: See the totem pole of regulatory fears.
5. Please provide any compensation contracts for these individuals.
Answer: Madam never kisses and tells.
6. How did DOJ ensure that these experts provided unconflicted and unbiased advice to DOJ?
Answer: No money, no honey.