Every needs to e-mail Bill about this. If the Puget Sound Business Journal had some help this thing could get help.
I just e-mailed him. You can copy and paste mine.
Hello Mr. Bill
I lost thousands of dollars when JPMorgan Chase and the FDIC stole this bank. It has been just over a year and over 100 people have taken their own lives because of finical ruin. Now after all this time Puget Sound Business Jpurnal is investigating. Please read what they have discovered about this take over by the goverment. 1,000"s of people lost their life savings and until now it seemed no one cared.
Kirsten with Dave Ross Part 1
Kirsten with Dave Ross Part 2
In the past I've e-mailed O'reilly and Cavuto about this as well as a number of folks at FBN.
I would be careful about links because they may have software that blocks e-mails with links.
I don't know this to be fact, only a possibility.
The other cable news outfits is probably a waste of time as they seem to follow the company line.
I'm not sure that O'reilly is the best way to go. On financial issues I'm not sure he gets it.
Cavuto and Beck I think would be the best. Cavuto really "gets it" and Beck brings in people that help him along. Greta Van Sustern may also be a good way to go. She is a Lawyer and seems pretty disgusted with everything of late.
But any and all efforts can't hurt.
You are Correct... you need to not include LINKS in the initial Contact for all of these people/media.
Those filters take away all chance if you have a link.
When they respond they'll ask for the links if you can give them to them.
You are very correct in what you suggest.
I sent the following:
Subject: Puget Sound Journalist Need Help
Dear Mr. O'Reilly,
I will do my best to be pity – but there is a lot of real estate to cover, so please bear with me. Kirsten Grind and Al Scott are staff writers for the Puget Sound Business Journal and are investigating the fire-sale of Washington Mutual Bank and WMB fsb to JPM in September of 2008. The journalist have uncovered documents that state WaMu had 29 Billion dollars in liquidity and their question to the FDIC and OTS is: “If WaMu had 29 Billion plus another 8 Billion available from the FED, then why was a bank with 29 Billion (cash) + 8 Billion (cash loan) + some 300 Billion in assets sold to JPM for 1.888 Billion?” It just doesn’t make sense.
That’s the background, the reason I’m emailing you is to make you aware that the FDIC and OTS are stonewalling the journalists FOIA requests even when President Obama launched the “Comprehensive Open Government Plan” on December 8, 2009. The FDIC has refused all requests for interviews and in some instances simply stated FOIA is denied, and in other instances the FDIC or OTS has produced documents but they are completely blacked out.
For your convenience, two source links below.
I’m hoping that you will be able to assist the journalist in some way.
Hello Mr. Bill
I lost thousands of dollars when JPMorgan Chase and the FDIC stole this bank. USA lost Tillions too. The winner is Osama and Iran , N. Korea and China. F.K Sheila Bair and Dickkk Dimon