Hopefully, you have read my recently released SEC complaint alleging insider trading and illegal naked short sales involving the banking cartel, as well as criminal involvement of former SEC Chairman Cox, FDIC Sheila Bair, officials at the OTS, OCC and others. See here.
In this article, I lay out what I feel to be very strong evidence for these activities that should have warranted proper investigation. Because there were no charges, I know for a fact this complaint was shelved.
Now have a look at WaMu CEO Killinger's request to be included in the SEC's naked short sale ban list. See here.
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