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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Nov 8, 2013 9:22 AM Flag

    USA 99% WARNED; ANY ONE HOLDING INSOLVENT SCAM POOP WIPES FROM CRIMINAL MF THUG REED HASTINGS SCAM $SS WILL LOOSE LIKE ENRON SUCKERS IN USA

    Singhlion vs all fraud street financial terrorist bankter terrorists

    outright dump and avoid rating enforced

    proven scam covered by criminals at "sec' & finra

    hang em high only solution left for usa 99%

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • hang trowe price mutual fund scam gang and rest of them for looting usa 99% pensions

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Red alert in usa: insider criminal scam gang at netflix looted over $3b+ in 3+ years, goldman sachs over $5b+ , morgan stanley over $2b+

      mf carl icahn over $2b+ in less than one year in round to fraud participation

      how much share did obama & eric holder in washington dc get from this ongoing loot?

      how much criminal robert khuzami & mary schapiro scam gang at "sec' getting?

      how much share joe ozag at finra is getting?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES HAVE TO BE INVESTGATED TO UNCOVER DEEP WASHINGTON DC THROAT CONNECTION FOR BIGGEST FEARLESS LOOT WITH MANIPULATION For 4 years
      why these messages got removed here today??
      TECHNOLOGY CROSS VENTURES HAVE TO BE INVESTGATED TO UNCOVER DEEP WASHINGTON DC THROAT CONNECTION FOR BIGGEST FEARLESS LOOT WITH MANIPULATION
      For 4 years

      it is not possible to operate this scam in USA proven since July 2011 to be this fear less

      even a half blind and dummy can see massive price/volume manipulation fraud every day in this biggest fraud trading pit ever in history of usa wall now pure fraud street casino

      proven criminals scam gang at "SEC' & "FINRA"

      Robert Khuzami is the key fraud player at "sec' and he should be taken down by navy seals for torture to uncover this deep throat Washington DC connection

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • RED ALERT IN USA::IS GEORGE CANELLOS/JOHN RAMSEY BUSY OPERATING FRAUD "HFT" MACHINES AT "SEC' FOR MF CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS/GS SCAM GANG? IS OBAMA/ERIC HOLDER SCAM GANG INVOLVED IN THIS SCAM?
      RED ALERT IN USA::IS GEORGE CANELLOS/JOHN RAMSEY BUSY OPERATING FRAUD "HFT" MACHINES AT "SEC' FOR MF CRIMINAL THUG REED HASTINGS/GS SCAM GANG? IS OBAMA/ERIC HOLDER SCAM GANG INVOLVED IN THIS SCAM?

      WHY PROVEN CRIMINAL MF THUG REED HASTINGS/GOLDMAN SACHS LED SCAM GANG IS UNTOUCHABLE IN USA?

      OBAMA HAS PROVEN TO BE BIGGEST BANKSTER PUPPET PRESIDENT IN HISTORY OF USA: LIAR LIAR , YOUR PANTS ON FIRE

      Who really unchained Wall Street? How Obama let Wall Street off the hook ?The Untouchables: How the Obama administration protected Wall Street from prosecutions A new PBS Frontline report examines a profound failure of justice that should be causing serious social unrest
      The Untouchables: How the Obama administration protected Wall Street from prosecutions
      A new PBS Frontline report examines a profound failure of justice that should be causing serious social unrest
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      GAI [Government Accountability Institute] details how the George W. Bush and Bill Clinton administrations both actually took down financial criminals - unlike the Obama administration. Between 2002 and 2008, for instance, GAI points out how a Bush administration task force "obtained over 1,300 corporate fraud convictions, including those of over 130 corporate vice presidents and over 200 CEOs and corporate presidents."
      "Clinton's DOJ prosecuted over 1,800 S&L (savings and loans) executives, senior officials, and directors, and over 1,000 of them were sent to jail," GAI adds.
      But, despite having "promised more of the same," especially in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, the Obama administration's DOJ has not brought criminal charges against a single major Wall Street executive.
      The Bush and Clinton administrations' track records on prosecuting white-collar crime, and the Obama administration's failure to do so, Schweizer said, is "evidence that this has less to do with some sort of partisan or philosophical issue."
      Bush - 1,300 convictions;
      Clinton - 1,000 convictions;
      Obama - Zero attemptsNETFLIX INSIDER AND GOLDMAN SACHS LED NEXUS SCAM GANG HAS SHATTERED ALL FRAUD LOOT RECORDS IN HISTORY OF WALL STREET IN USA WITH FULL PROTECTION & NEW LOOT WEAPONS PROVIDED BY “SEC/FINRA” OBAMA ADMINSITRATION AND DEPARTMENT JUSTICE All whistles blown & fraud proven since Oct 2011 and $20B+ fraud loot is now beyond $60 billion. Carl Icahn fraud loot $1.5B+ in 20 weeks alone? ONLY POSSIBLE IN USA “FRAUD STREET CASINO”
      Where Bank Regulators Go to Get Rich: Mary Schapiro, the former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, must take us for fools.
      Wall Street power player: We’re incentivized to cheat
      Jim Chanos, an early detector of Enron's fraudulent practices, explains our dysfunctional banking system
      BY LYNN STUART PARRAMORE
      Eric Holder Enables Dishonesty, Fraud and Likely Criminal Activity on Wall Street

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • WALL STREET NOW PURE FRAUD STREET CASINO::Hedge Funds Manipulate Stock Prices in bed with Mutual fund thugs at Trowe Price/FMR CORP and other too big to fail mutual funds

      "SEC" "FINRA" collude to provide all fraud weapons and cover up to wipe out USA 99% pensions in Last Hurrah loot in progress

      USA hijacked by Home Grown financial AL QAEDA and High Treason criminal rulers in their pockets

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Why Corporate Fraud Is So Rampant: Wall Street's Cop

      Almost two years ago, I was invited to speak to the New York City Bar Association about the future of white collar crime enforcement.

      I spoke bluntly about what I had seen in a little over a year as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. To the apparent surprise of many in the room, I observed publicly that insider trading appeared to be rampant.

      That observation has been borne out over and over again in the two years since, much to the dismay and disgust of an increasingly frustrated public.

      In case after case, wiretapped conversations between co-conspirators, the testimony of insiders, and admissions by the guilty have revealed that insider trading has permeated numerous industries, sectors, and geographical regions.

      From coast to coast, the FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission have ensnared people not only at hedge funds, but at technology and pharmaceutical companies, consulting and law firms, government agencies, and even a major stock exchange.

      What might be most astonishing (and disappointing) is that some of the most egregious securities frauds have occurred at institutions with seemingly robust compliance programs — at least on paper. They have occurred not at fly-by-night outfits but at prominent and powerful companies. And they have been enabled and perpetrated by the highest-flying money managers on Wall Street.

      We have witnessed the most educated, successful, and monied professionals in the country put their companies — not to mention their own liberty — at risk by engaging in flagrant and foolhardy illegal conduct.

      So, given the self-destructive nature of blatant insider trading, the question we face today is not whether insider trading is rampant but whether corrupt corporate culture is. The latest string of scandals in the news — revealing breathtaking displays of ethical bankruptcy — leaves many in my position, and a growing majority of the public, fearing that the answer is “yes.”

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      Delivering Alpha 2012: Preet Bharara
      U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara is interviewed by Jim Cramer at the "Delivering Alpha" conference presented by CNBC and Institutional Investor on July 18, 2012 in New York City. This is an unedited video of the complete event.
      History has shown that one cannot legislate a culture of integrity. And yet, one of the paramount responsibilities and challenges of corporate leadership is to ensure such a culture. Without it, a troubling phenomenon that should be anathema to any company emerges: the penchant to test the legal and ethical line.

      As the United States Attorney in the district that includes Wall Street, I have made it a point to speak to business groups, hedge fund associations, compliance officers, securities lawyers, and assemblies of directors at Fortune 500 companies. I’ve also spoken at many of the nation’s leading business schools.

      These talks are not my version of a scared-straight program for white collar professionals, but they are not unlike the meetings that cops and prosecutors tasked with addressing the scourge of drug trafficking and violence hold in communities where such crimes persist.

      To industry and business school audiences, instead of discussing the importance of staying in school or avoiding drugs, I talk about the importance of ethics and integrity in corporate culture.

      On more than one occasion, when speaking to students about avoiding the ethical and legal line, I have been asked to specify exactly how far away from it people should stay. Frankly, it is the wrong question—like asking how many boxes you should check, how many pages your compliance policy should be, or how many minutes in the day you should spend thinking about ethics.

      It’s like a driver constantly trying to game just how close to the legal alcohol limit he can come without getting a DUI. How long before that driver gets pulled over? Before he blows the legal limit? Or, God forbid, he hurts someone on the highway?

      People in my position fear that in too many places and in too many quarters, a culture of minimalism has taken root. Ethical standards have been lowered to doing only what is required to avoid an enforcement action or a criminal charge, rather than focused affirmatively on doing the right thing, staying comfortably clear of the line, and earning a robust reputation for integrity and honesty. Minimizing probity to maximize profit is a sucker’s game, but it is played every day.

      This impulse is troubling to prosecutors and outrageous to a public that expects American companies to aspire to more than the bare minimum. It does not suffice for a leader to give pro forma admonitions to behave honestly. A requirement to attend training sessions in the minutiae of the regulatory structure constitutes the bare minimum. So does the mere existence of compliance programs fly-specked by a hundred lawyers.

      The aim should not be simply to cover bases and backs, but to build an ethical culture that becomes self-sustaining. One place a business might begin is with hiring practices. Hiring managers should insist on the importance of integrity; they must look for it and they must screen for it.

      Another imperative is to create a culture in which good people say something or do something when they see bad conduct. And others must act when the whistle is blown, because it doesn’t matter how loud the whistle is blown if the players on the field are deaf or have chosen to wear earplugs.

      Ultimately, in the everyday practice of business, every single employee, from the mailroom to the boardroom, must adhere to the highest standards. Profound personal integrity—repeatedly demonstrated and openly valued—must be the coin of the realm.

      Financial fraud has been around forever. My office, which sits only steps from Wall Street, has been prosecuting white collar crime since its foundation more than 220 years ago, and we are busier than ever.

      But notwithstanding the flourishes of the occasional journalist, no single prosecutor is, or can be, the sheriff of Wall Street. We certainly can’t police every transaction, every note, or every deal that makes up the modern system of markets.

      The burden falls to business leaders and good corporate citizens, who every day can do far more to perpetuate good company and industry culture than any prosecutor ever can. Long before the Justice Department commences an investigation or issues a subpoena, board members, managing directors, compliance officers, and counsel will have had countless opportunities to guard against corruption and calamity.

      And they must, because by the time federal prosecutors show up at your doorstep, it is often too late.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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