These are the facts. Make of them what you will.
July 2009: Former Special Inspector General of TARP Bail-Outs Neil Barofsky goes before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, chaired by US Representative Darrell Issa, and projects that a series of bailouts and bank rescues could end up costing the federal government as much as $23 trillion. The US budget for one year is about $4 trillion. The entire accumulated US national debt is about $16 trillion. Salon.com journalist Glenn Greenwald calls Barofsky "“easily one of the most impressive and courageous political officials in Washington.” Barofsky maintains to this day that, contrary to popular misconceptions, the banks have not paid back their bail-out money, nor have any intention of doing so.
May 2010: Iceland begins jailing and suing bankers for negligence and malfeasance which endangers the economy, rather than bailing them out. Icelandic economy now outperforming EU. Arrests continue into 2011.
October 25, 2012: Blogger Sherrie Questioning All reports that CNBC has posted a controversial press release from the Spire Law Group announcing in headline "Major Banks, Governmental Officials and Their Comrade Capitalists Targets of Spire Law Group, LLP's Racketeering and Money Laundering Lawsuit Seeking Return of $43 Trillion to the United States Treasury." The action accuses the "banksters" of racketeering, stealing from the American people, and money laundering. Lawsuit names Obama administration officials such as Attorney General Eric Holder, the brother in law of Defendant California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Jon Corzine (former New Jersey Governor), former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geitner, and Senior White House Advisor Valerie Jarrett, Anita Dunn (a former "communications director" for the Obama Administration), Robert Bauer (husband of Anita Dunn and Chief Legal Counsel for the Obama Re-election Campaign.)
The post at CNBC begins:
900 page complaint posted HERENEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Spire Law Group, LLP's national home owners' lawsuit, pending in the venue where the "Banksters" control their $43 trillion racketeering scheme (New York) - known as the largest money laundering and racketeering lawsuit in United States History and identifying $43 trillion ($43,000,000,000,000.00) of laundered money by the "Banksters" and their U.S. racketeering partners and joint venturers - now pinpoints the identities of the key racketeering partners of the "Banksters" located in the highest offices of government and acting for their own self-interests.
In the District Court lawsuit, Spire Law Group, LLP -- on behalf of home owner across the Country and New York taxpayers, as well as under other taxpayer recompense laws -- has expanded its mass tort action into federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking to halt all foreclosures nationwide pending the return of the $43 trillion ($43,000,000,000.00) by the "Banksters" and their co-conspirators, seeking an audit of the Fed and audits of all the "bailout programs" by an independent receiver such as Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of the TARP program who has stated that none of the TARP money and other "bailout money" advanced from the Treasury has ever been repaid despite protestations to the contrary by the Defendants as well as similar protestations by President Obama and the Obama Administration both publicly on national television and more privately to the United States Congress. Because the Obama Administration has failed to pursue any of the "Banksters" criminally, and indeed is actively borrowing monies for Mr. Obama's campaign from these same "Banksters" to finance its political aspirations, the national group of plaintiff home owners has been forced to now expand its lawsuit to include racketeering, money laundering and intentional violations of the Iranian Nations Sanctions and Embargo Act by the national banks included among the "Bankster" Defendants.
October 26, 2012: The New York Times reports that the wife of Kevin Krim, Senior VP for Digital Communications, in charge of CNBC online content, find two of her three children murdered in the bathroom, along with the nanny who is unconscious with a slash wound to her throat. The nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, 50, is charged with killing the children and then trying to kill herself. She survives, but cannot speak due to her wound.
The NY Times report begins:
October 27, 2012: Sherrie Questioning All reports that CNBC Digital takes the "banksters" story down from its website. A blogger, Sherrie Questioning All, thought to take screenshots of the story before it disappeared (screenshots HERE.)A mother returned home to her luxury Upper West Side apartment on Thursday evening to find two of her children, a 2-year-old boy and a 6-year-old girl, fatally stabbed in a bathtub by the family’s nanny, the authorities said. The nanny herself lay on the floor, near a bloody knife, with an apparently self-inflicted slash to her own throat.
October 27, 2012: CNN runs the story of the child murders with key details changed by police. The story is now that the nanny began stabbing herself upon discovery by the mother.
CNN now reports:
There is speculation that the mother would be subject to blackmail in order to spare the life of her remaining child. Self-inflicted throat-slashing is among the rarest of all types of suicide methods among women.New York (CNN) -- The New York nanny suspected in the killings of two children in her care began knifing herself when their mother entered the bathroom and saw the bodies in the bathtub, police said Friday.
"We believe now that the nanny began to stab herself as the woman entered the room," Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told reporters in a revised account of Thursday's events.
"We initially thought that had already been done but now information is coming out that she did it as the mother entered the bathroom."
October 28, 2012: The Wall Street Journal posts the same press release taken down by CNBC.
Photographs of the former Icelandic bankers who left country after financial crash stuck on the urinals. (AFP: Olivier Morin, file photo)