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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Nov 5, 2013 11:04 AM Flag

    FINANCIAL TERRORIST CARL ICAHN SON IS PLAYING BIG FRAUD SINCE JOINING THE SCAM GANG FOR ROUND TWO LOOT IN NETFLIX FRAUD

     

    MANIPULATED TRADING PIT BY AN ORGANIZED NEXUS SCAM GANG IN USA

    PROVEN CRIMINALS AT "SEC' & "FINRA" PROVIDING ALL FRAUD COVER UP FOR THIS SCAM GANG TO KEEP LOOT GOING WITHOUT ZERO FEAR IN BIGGEST FRAUD MANIPULATED TRADING PIT IN HISTORY OF WALL NOW PURE FRAUD STREET CASINO HISTORY

    IS ERIC HOLDER/OBAMA NEXUS CHICAGO MAFIA RULING GANG GETTING SHARE OF THE LOOT ??

    THESE HIGH TREASON CRIMINALS IN WASHINGTON DC HAS BEEN WARNED FOR 3+ YEARS TOO

    Madoff Investors Can’t Sue SEC, U.S. Appeals Court Rules
    By Bob Van Voris - Apr 10, 2013 10:47 AM PT
    Bernard Madoff’s investors can’t sue the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to uncover his massive Ponzi scheme, a federal appeals court ruled.
    The regulator’s “regrettable inaction” is shielded by law, the New York-based appeals panel said today, upholding a lower-court decision to dismiss suits in which investors accused the SEC of negligence.
    Enlarge image Madoff Investors Can’t Sue SEC, U.S. Appeals Court Rules
    A file photo shows Bernard Madoff, center, being escorted into Federal court in New York, on March 10, 2009. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg
    The three-judge panel ruled that the “discretionary function” exception to a law permitting people to sue the U.S. government applies in cases filed by Madoff victims.
    “Despite our sympathy for plaintiffs’ predicament (and our antipathy for the SEC’s conduct), Congress’s intent to shield regulatory agencies’ discretionary use of specific investigative powers” defeats the investors’ claims, the court said.

    ==========LION roars this:::::
    Here's a simple proposition: When the courts say you can't sue a government agency that is directly responsible for failure to protect your property, when the courts say that the police have no inherent liability to protect you despite your taxes paid for that service, when the courts say your Social Security can be changed tomorrow to pay you nothing if Congress so decides, when the courts say you have no right to privacy from government surveillance even if you're innocent...when the courts say all that, WHY THE HELL DO WE NEED COURTS?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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