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The attorney general of the United States says the country’s largest banks may be too big to jail, but the former chief economist for the International Monetary Fund isn’t exactly convinced.
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Joker in the whitehouse freed Busch war criminals does same for banksters .Poor will pay all
If, by some miracle, "Fast and Furious" AG Holder were to prosecute and get a conviction in the Appropiate jurisdiction - upon appeal Justice Roberts would eventually say a .0001308 % fine was a legitimate "tax" - if paid, grants a license to launder - no criminal charges to be filed against any natural person.
We need an end to the current banking system and this fake money. ITS ACTUALLY WORTHLESS!
The best 'banker' is a dead one! thats where they belong the leaches!
Money laundering by the Banks is epidemic in most of Europe!
so many guns in the US yet they're all too afraid to use them.
If Holder hasn't got the cojones to prosecute the Zio bankster launderers then he'd better resign!
Meanwhile, they imprison the starving, for stealing food to eat.
Jews using US banking system and Congress to attack Iran, thats what this is, simple. DEVILS !!
Huh? No criminal charges according to Holder?! What does he suffer from - the Stockholm syndrome?
How long they wont be able to take action on big Bank's
and this will leads to very Big world Economical Crices
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