Bailout Fiction Goes Hollywood: "After Losing Everything, Jim Confronts The Bank CEO With A Loaded Gun..."
I stumbled across this while searching for ties between Hank Paulson and PFG criminal CEO Russ Wasendorf. That story is coming soon.
And this snip from the investor sheet:
"The Bailout is an independent film that will be shot on a $4,000,000 to $15,000,000 production budget using capital raised from qualified private investors under Regulation D, Rule 506. The anticipated budget for the documentary film (untitled as of yet) is $1,000,000."
Plot Suggestion: In the final scene when Jamie Dimon's character attempts to bribe 'Jim' for his life with $10 billion in cash that he keeps in his desk for emergencies, have Jim stuff that cash down Dimon's throat until he chokes to death on Federal Reserve Notes, while Jim screams:"How's that bailout taste, motherf*cker!" Then Jim should gather all the remaining Fed notes into a pile on Dimon's desk and set them ablaze. Instead of watching them burn, Jim searches Dimon's lifeless corpse for the combination to his office safe, which he finds written on the back side of a bright red business card with #CtrlP on the front next to a picture of Bernanke and Krugman hugging it out, and the cell phone number for Brian Sack. Jim moves across the room to the portrait of Dimon's dog, nicknamed 'Dumbshit American People' or DAP for short, hanging on the wall, rips it away, opens the safe and takes an envelope labeled 'QE3 - For Bernanke's Eye's Only' from among the contents. Jim opens the envelope to reveal a picture of the Fed Chairman naked, hanging upside down from an Indonesian palm tree while giraffes lick his balls.
Finally Jim has what he needs to take down Bernanke, as he grabs a bar of gold bullion from Dimon's personal stash, puts it into his JPMorgan courtesy bag emblazoned with the grotesque image of Jamie's massive smile, visible just above the Chase logo, and heads out the door. On his way out, he spies a loose folder marked 'Silver Manipulation' and decides to grab it. Maybe it was going to be a good day after all, mused Jim, as he thought of ways to get Ben, Hank and Tim all into the same room.
Note to the FBI: Remember, this is merely fiction.