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Name: Laser Haas
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Hometown: Anywhere USA
Home country: United States
Current location: NOMADIC
Member since: Mon Apr 21, 2008, 01:12 PM
Number of posts: 7,805

About Me

Love BB, Laser Tag, Poker (Tournaments only). Work with Occupy camps. Willing to help you in your fight for justice (let's discuss it).

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Senator Warren Remarks Too Big To Fail Scenario is Scary

In a startling revelation today the FDIC stated five major banks flunked on their regulatory compliance and Senator Elizabeth Warren remarked that:

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This announcement is a very big deal...it's scary.


Warren further added:

And it means that, unless these banks promptly address the concerns identified by the regulators, the government must push these banksvto get smaller and less complex


Read more:
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/04/regulators-flunk-banks-fdic-federal-reserve-221880



Regulators said JPMorgan Chase and other banks failed to show that they could be safely unwound during bankruptcy. | AP Photo

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Laser Threatens DOJ Embarrassment on Goldman Sachs/ Bain Cap. Cover Ups

It occurred to me, after being notified about the Department of Justice slapping the wrist of Goldman Sachs, for a mere $5 billion fine, as a result of Goldman Sachs duplicity in the mortgage crisis - that I've been going about getting justice the wrong way. Sure, beyond any shadow of doubt, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs have done frauds in many federal cases; and there are many main stream and many more non-main stream articles about our eToys case saga. But going after crooks who only get slap on the wrist fines, through corrupt courts, has resulted in nothing consequential.

The problem is the Department of Justice's Selective NON-Enforcement policies!

So, being that I'm still hanging in this battle, even after 15 years of tyranny, cronyism and corruption. And, being that there are people dead around me. Along with my career being destroyed, my children's inheritance stolen and my family is already harmed. Why the frug'uck should moi worry about such bull chit as a retaliatory Department of Justice.

Instead - the Justice Department really should be worried about me!

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[font size=5 color=navy] Whistleblower Turns Up Heat Against DOJ Cover Ups[/font][/center]

I know, your sitting there and saying "Laser's gone nutz" - no one takes on the DOJ. They can have some crook get immunity for planting stuff in your car (be nice if I had one). Or plant stuff in your room (Ha Ha,,, don't have one of them - either). Or they could plant stuff on your computer (terror/ pedo/ plots to overthrow).

After all, where am I going to seek asylum - Mississippi? ------------------- Sheesshh!

But, here's the thing. Crooks are going to be crooks, no mater what. How we are = supposed to = stop crooks, is going to the authorities. Yours truly has been doing that for over a decade. Only to find out that the resume of United States Attorney Colm Connolly states that Colm was a partner of Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital law firm - MNAT.

Of this, there can be NO doubt - it is now permanently archived on the Dept. of Justice Office of Legal Policy website.
(didn't even know that the DOJ had an "Office of Legal Policy".


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Upon being blessed by an Anonymous friend, in getting the Smoking Gun proof that corruption (by hidden conflict of interest crimes) was the real reason the Delaware United States Attorney (Colm Connolly - pic above who was partner of MNAT law firm) wasn't investigating and/or prosecuting Goldman Sachs & Bain Capital (the resume you see above). This is when yours truly filed a Time Stamped (each and every page - including the brief) Complaint with the Department of Justice Public Corruption Task Force in Los Angeles.



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DOJ Shuts Down
Public Corruption Task Force

and GWB's flying buddy - Tom O'Brainless

Threatens Federal Agents to Keep Silent
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Romney's Bain Capital partnered with Goldman Sachs to deliberately destroy our eToys public company Those connections up there, and the hopes of becoming a millionaire by the GSachs/Bain revolving door, along with cowardice and other corruptions, is why this case is still being buried.

Federal agents and judges are outfight duplicitous in keeping the case under the rug, and away from (proper) federal investigation. And, as reported by the Los Angeles Times in its story "Shake-up roils federal prosecutors" - federal agents were threatened to keep silent, about the real reasons why.

As reported by Scot Glover;


Asked about the recent dismantling of a high-profile unit in the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles that specialized in public corruption cases, an office spokesman provided what some saw as a curious justification:

Eliminating the public integrity and environmental crimes section, spokesman Thom Mrozek said, would actually enhance the effort to prosecute such cases.


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YUP - the shut down of the Public Corruption Task Force was necessary - because there were NO public corruption cases to prosecute.

REALLY!

Puhhhhhllllleeeaaaassseeee....

PEOPLE ARE DEAD you betrayal of public trust/ arrogant chits - as a result of this arrogant willful blindness...


Threatening federal agents to keep silent - OR ELSE - is a frug'ing CRIME.... and massive billions in harms occurred - as a result of the apathy, willful blindness and outright duplicity of Colm Connolly and this US Attorney arsehole Thomas O'Brien (a GWB fly buddy)


L.A. Times reporter - Scott Glover - also noted that;


But in interviews with The Times, several members of the disbanded unit challenged that explanation, saying the move was intended to punish lawyers for a perceived failure to produce and for bad-mouthing their boss, U.S. Atty. Thomas P. O'Brien.

The lawyers described a meeting last week in which an angry O'Brien derided attorneys in the office for working too few hours, filing too few cases and for speaking ill of him to subordinates.

They said O'Brien also threatened to tarnish their reputations if they challenged the official explanation for the unit's dismantling in conversations with reporters. Members of the unit contacted by The Times either spoke on the condition that they not be named or declined to comment. Several said they wanted to talk about the situation but feared reprisals if they did so.

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Enough is Enough - of this Bull Chit

As noted above, people died as a result, in part, of the DOJ cover ups and corruption.

No longer doing Nothing is NOT an option for the Justice Department

If I have to go kick in their frug'ing door - I will.

Right now, I'm Tweeting DOJ and USAG Lynch - on a daily basis - to DO Something. Sure, unless they are out of their minds and someone hits retweet by acidently - only my few thousand followers are going to see the tweets.

But the fact of the matter is - bad guys hate the tuth being out there.

I'm on Diogenes quest - looking for one (just 1) honorable public servant.

And I will try my best to rock DOJ's world - until justice comes

Because its The DOJ's fault - someting isn't being done

just sayin....

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Hypocrisy? Is Newt Gingrich JAMing Into Private Equity

Forbes and other main stream outlets are picking on Newt Gingrich, for - hypocritically - joining a private equity firm, after ( purportedly) lambasting Mitt Romney's robber baron ways with Bain Capital.
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As usual, main stream has it all wrong.
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In the Forbes take on the issues titled " Newt Gingrich Joins Private Equity Firm, 4 Years After Slamming Romney's Bain Ties ", certain questions are raised, sneered or veiled,

which are complete - udder -Bull Chits.

Forbes journo Dan Primack points out that Newt Gingrich is joining his former staffer (John McCallum) in a private equity firm named Jam Capital Partners.

Primack remarks that Gingrich called "some" of Romney's Bain Capital antics were "exploitative" (neither Newt, nor Primack have any idea, how much of an understatement that word exploit, really is).

Compounding the bogus assumptions, Dan barks that Gingrich "refused" to ask a SuperPAC to pull an "error" ridden documentary about Bain Capital.

First of all, the film was called "King of Bain: When Romney came to town"...so it was really more about Mitt...not so much about the equity fund.

And secondly, the film was produced by Romney..you dumb frug'k.
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That's right...Mitt played everybody with a 'Red Herring'. The documentary was funded by Sheldon Adelson, who was backing both Romney & Gingrich; and directed/ associate produced by one of Mitt's own campaign guys.
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Moi is currently in discussions with several players, from Hollywood, about book & film rights, for our eToys case story. Problem is, I'm insisting on final edit, and no one wants to grant me such.
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Romney is a racketeer, pure and simple; and we're turning up the heat on the willfully blind Dept.of Justice.
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Fraud, corruption, crooked money, corrupt federal prosecutors and judges, mayhem, homicides (usually by suicides) are the real Mitt Romney ways and means towards the White House.
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Mutt's coming in June...ya loons!
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The real film won't do justice, if the title is Racketeering Romney, or Retroactive Mitt, because Goldman Sachs is equally duplicitous.
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Going to love shoving the told you so's up main streams arse.
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Just sayin......Primack is a RMoney....tool.
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Goldman Sachs Agrees to Pay $5 Billion + To Settle Mortgage Securities

Source: Department of Justice

The Justice Department, along with federal and state partners, announced today a $5.06 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs related to Goldman’s conduct in the packaging, securitization, marketing, sale and issuance of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) between 2005 and 2007. The resolution announced today requires Goldman to pay $2.385 billion in a civil penalty under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act (FIRREA) and also requires the bank to provide $1.8 billion in other relief, including relief to underwater homeowners, distressed borrowers and affected communities, in the form of loan forgiveness and financing for affordable housing. Goldman will also pay $875 million to resolve claims by other federal entities and state claims. Investors, including federally-insured financial institutions, suffered billions of dollars in losses from investing in RMBS issued and underwritten by Goldman between 2005 and 2007.

“Today’s settlement is another example of the department’s resolve to hold accountable those whose illegal conduct resulted in the financial crisis of 2008,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin C. Mizer, head of the Justice Department’s Civil Division. “Viewed in conjunction with the previous multibillion-dollar recoveries that the department has obtained for similar conduct, this settlement demonstrates the pervasiveness of the banking industry’s fraudulent practices in selling RMBS, and the power of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act as a tool for combatting this type of wrongdoing.”

Read more: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/goldman-sachs-agrees-pay-more-5-billion-connection-its-sale-residential-mortgage-backed



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The Department of Justice is REALLY pissing me off. In reading this today, and thinking about how to stop Racketeering Romney from running, it occurs to me that I shouldn't be going after Goldman Sachs and Romney/Bain, to stop their frauds. They OWN United States Federal System of Justice revolving doors with SEC, DOJ (and = obviously = impotent FBI).

Here's note from the DOJ - that nails the proverbial head....

The settlement includes a statement of facts to which Goldman has agreed. That statement of facts describes how Goldman made false and misleading representations to prospective investors about the characteristics of the loans it securitized and the ways in which Goldman would protect investors


The picture and Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff, says it all. His Honor Jed S. Rakoff stated

"Just Delayed is Justice Denied"


As noted by His Honor;

To begin with, there is the assumption that criminal prosecution of corporations makes sense as a general matter. Garrett does point out in passing that “few foreign countries have anything like the broad standard for corporate criminal liability that the United States has long had in federal courts.” One might ask why this is so. Ultimately, it rests on the recognition that companies can act only through their employees, and therefore, as most nations believe, it is more appropriate to prosecute the responsible employees than the entity that employed them.

Relatedly, criminal prosecution of corporations inevitably engenders collateral consequences that often seem at odds with the purposes of the criminal law. Since a corporation cannot be put in jail, the primary penalty is usually a monetary penalty, which is ultimately borne by the usually innocent shareholders. In addition, the greater the monetary penalty, the more likely the company will have to discharge many likewise innocent employees. Why should the criminal law be used to punish the innocent?


White Collar Crime executives don't give a flying chit if their company (in reality - the investors) pay fines.

They care about going to jail....

In order to put Romney's Bain & Goldman Sachs fraudsters in Jail.... it is the corrupt inept feds that are the problem
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Moi is now going to go after incompetent/corrupt - Dept. of Justice...

stay tuned.......
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Ha Ha: Bain Capital Reorganizing

There's a rebranding at Bain Capital. Everything is going to be called Bain this...or Bain that; and Mitt's Fraud Commander co-chief...Joshua Beckenstein..along with The P ...still keep their special ownership seats at the Boston Celtics.

Here's the rub...Bain Capital and their beneficial big wigs...including Mitt (the pits) Romney ...have been benefiting from Racketeering...and we have proved it...already.
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Romney's MNAT.com law firm owned U.S. Aytorney Colm Connolly.
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Mitt's planning in June and renaming Sankaty is moves by a goon
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Tick Tock ..Blankfein, Dimon and Romney's worst nightmare
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Is coming....
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§Tory of shake is just beginning

http://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/36791-36791/
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Mitt, Blankfein and Dimon, among others, fear a POTUS Bernie Sanders and a legitimate United States Attorney General. After all, Wall Street fraud, getting off totally 'Scot Free' - is the norm, instead of the exception.

Romney is changing his role in Bain, so that the "retroactive" retirement dodge of culpability will continue. He and his Wall Street partners (Goldman Sachs the primary one) are terrified that there will be a paradigm shit, as represented in the pic above. Especially with the Panama Papers making heads of state - to roll.

When Mitt hinted at running, in January 2015, just a couple of articles arose, about what Romney was being called out for. Fire Dog Lake's story "Unending eToys Bankruptcy" by a great journo - Daniel Wright, was combined with Crooks and Liars reporting on our suing Romney for Racketeering.

Those articles made Romney realize he was exposed - so Mitt went on the down lo.


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POINTS TO PONDER

Here's the rub.... moi knows all about Mitt... more than most journo's combined. Little tidbits like - Romney is hiding his Off Shore Tax Returns, in order to hide how much RMoney he really has (billions).

Or, other tidbits like Sankaty is solely owned by Mitt, in Bermuda (where Billions are buried). OR - like the "worst corporate merger of all times" where Mattel investors lost billions, in 1999, as soon as Mattel merged with 'The Learning Company'.

No main stream media has ever reported that Romney, Bain Cap., and associated parties are the ones who owned Learning.

Wikipedia on Mattel/ Learning Company merger;

Mattel acquisition and rapid devaluation[edit]
In the fall of 1998, Mattel agreed to acquire The Learning Company in a stock-for-stock merger valuing the company at approximately $4.2 billion. In 1999, the company name was changed to Mattel Interactive, which published not only educational games, but licensed titles from brands like Barbie.[2]

Mattel sold The Learning Company in 2000 at a loss to Gores Technology group. The total financial losses to Mattel have been estimated to be as high as $3.6 billion.[3]

Mattel's acquisition of The Learning Company has been referred to as "one of the worst acquisitions of all time" by several prominent business journals.[3][4]


Not even the overseas papers, in the United Kingdom (Telegraph)did bother to mention it was Romney & Bain that bane'd Mattel (probably because Mitt didn't mean jack chit at that time - he wasn't even a Governor - yet)


Could you simply imagine a Bernie Sanders Presidency bringing U.S. all, a new state of being - where Wall Street wouldn't dare to commit a fraud; and those too big to fail and jail - suddenly found themselves behind bars?

Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital are going to rue the day - of a President Bern' yeah!


Just sayin................

.............................. Right now

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WOW ..Incredible

Thanks for this Octafish...

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ABSOLUTELY L O V E the moniker

Just so wrong ..while SOS

Getting any $ from ...A N Y W H E R E

Goldman Sachs deliberately destroyed our eToys public co.

And no one taking millions from Wall Street is ever going to do anything about it.
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Help U.S. oh Bernin one
............................................You ARE our only hope for justice
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