Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Occupy Wall Street Challenges DOJ On Foreclosure Crisis - Peter Reilly

from forbes

The occupation is still going strong. Here's what the front of the Department of Justice looks like right now! I don’t know if Occupy Wall Street has been quiet lately or if I have just not been paying attention.  Nonetheless, they have something going on right now.  TheOWS Bring Justice to Justice rally was scheduled to begin at 1:oo PM with a march on the Department of Justice.
Five years after Wall Street crashed the economy, not one banker has been prosecuted for the reckless and fraudulent practices that cost millions of Americans their jobs, threw our cities and schools into crisis, and left families and communities ravaged by a foreclosure crisis and epidemic of underwater mortgages.
They cite Attorney General Holder’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which gave us the catchy “Too Big to Jail

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