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Update: James Koutoulas On State Prison For Jon Corzine

"And I will get Corzine indicted..."

CCC founder and lawyer Jimmy Koutoulas with Warren Pollock yesterday discussing state prison for Jon Corzine, Louis Freeh MF Global bankruptcy interference, JPM delays, and getting your account stolen by your broker.  Audio is poor in some parts.

Giddens is doing great work.  Freeh's statements that portray events as a feud that should be settled amicably are disingenuous and inaccurate.  As Giddens points out they have different roles and objectives.  Giddens is charged with reimbursing customers while Freeh's goal is to reimburse creditors (JPM) at the expense of MF customers.  Freeh has a number of conflicts here as he fights to allow Jamie Dimon to hold on to stolen customer funds.

Reuters has more details on Corzine and Freeh.

Here's the Koutoulas-Santelli CNBC clip from 10 days ago, that went viral.

Lastly, earlier today Koutoulas wrote on Twitter:


Santelli: 'We Plan To Pursue Criminal Charges Against Corzine In All 50 States'

Busness Insider did a profile on Koutoulas:

The Man Who Never Wanted To Be A Lawyer But Now Fights For 8,000 MF Customers



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Thanks DB!

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Just following up with citations and illumination on the whole propaganda meme that is the FDIC, because, as far as I can tell, the vast majority of people think that the FDIC is a magical, omnipotent entity that has infinite resources and will magically swoop in to "take care of them" like a magic flying unicorn.
This is what happens when you have a civilization filled with emotional children with exactly ZERO critical thinking skills. You have to hand it to the Communist infiltrators. They did a damn good job of brainwashing and psychologically destroying four generations of human beings.

Per the Q4 2011 FDIC Chief Financial Officer's report to the Board, published on March 30, 2012, the FDIC's Deposit Insurance Fund had a balance of $11.8 billion dollars.


Bank deposits in the United States at the same time are estimated to be between $8 TRILLION and $10 TRILLION. Let's be conservative and say the number is $8TTT.

11,800,000,000 divided by 8,000,000,000,000 equals 0.001475, which I will round UP to 0.0015.

That is read as "fifteen hundredths of one percent". It isn't one percent, it is fifteen hundredths of one percent. That is how much the FDIC is carrying to back all of those little signs on the teller windows that say "Each Depositor insured to at least $250,000. Backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government."



Corzine says MF trustee encroaching on his defense

Aug 30, 2012 at 4:55 PM | Unregistered CommenterLiberatedCitizen

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