The Comptroller of the Currency is John Dugan. He also serves as a Director in the
corrupt FDIC and NeighborWorks America, among other things.
Mr. Dugan was previously a partner in an internationally-recognized law firm, Covington
& Burling "where he chaired the firm's Financial Institutions Group and "specialized in
banking and financial institution regulation" according to the OCC's Web site. http://www.occ.gov/dugan.htm
Covington & Burling boasts its criminal defense for white-collar crimes for
representative clients as the Big Four (remember the accounting scandal), Adelphia
(remember those crooks), and others. http://www.cov.com/practice/wh.....tigations/
Some of their representative clients:
Bear Stearns, Chase, Bank of America, Regions, BB&T, Freddie Mac, Morgan Stanley,
just to name a few. http://www.cov.com/representativeclients/
I think I've heard of Bear Stearns from somewhere. I think I've seen the name Chase
somewhere in the financials page. Bank of America, isn't that one of those many banks
the government uses? And Freddie Mac: That name really sounds familiar, but I just
can't remember right now, it might be some kind of enterprise somewhere in America.
Seriously, how did the Senate approve this guy. Unbelievable. And people wonders how
companies like CitiFinancial and Beneficial rip off people the way they do. And our
friend Angelo Mozilo and Treasury Bank, N.A. and his Countrywide, are you kidding me
Kenneth Lewis! I don't think I even need to comment on Jamie Dimon and Bear
Stearns. I don't know how many times I blew the whistle on companies to the OCC only
to recently learn that I was telling on the enemy of honesty to the same enemy.
Congratulations United States of America: we are a leader in fraud. There should be a
big celebration when Robert Mueller makes the phone calls to raid Washington