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What Does Wikileaks Have on Bank of America?

Business  (tags: WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, Bank of America, damage control, multiple lawsuits, Fannie and Freddie buybacks, subprime mortgages, fraudulent/illegal foreclosures, Countrywide, aggressive/fraudulent lending, Merrill Lynch, TARP, The Fed, too big to fail )

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Recent new reports suggest that BofA is now moving into high gear on damage control. Before the big banks start calling for Assange's internment at Guantanamo, the question worth considering is what does Wikileaks have on America's largest bank?


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Ralph R Sutton (56)
Friday January 14, 2011, 11:15 pm
I guess the trouble Assange is having with the US government after him and the difficulty WikiLeaks is having getting donations because of that pressure is delaying the release of the BofA documents. I sure hope they start disclosing them soon, I'm getting a little anxious waiting for there release.

Past Member (0)
Saturday January 15, 2011, 8:33 pm
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Linda G (187)
Saturday January 15, 2011, 10:23 pm
I am very curious also. I wish the leaks would come soon, before B/A can find ways to prevent it altogether.

Dave Colorado (11)
Saturday January 15, 2011, 11:46 pm
I find it disheartening that:

1)wikileaks did not just immediately release ALL the documents they'd received

2)We The People apparently still think that we'll learn more by seeing some "secret messages" being bandied about about by the talking heads in the corrupt media than we can by just connecting the dots all by/for Ourselves!

We The People are facing many multiple-headed monsters. Focusing on one bank, or one political party, or one faux tv news network, or one polluting energy company, or one university('s "secret society"), or one (or even 2) branches of government, etc, is a good form of distraction/diversion from the big picture, and thus is a kind of disinformation.

Arielle S (313)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 11:10 am
It's a little difficult to imagine they'll have something even more terrible than we already suspect of this bank or any other bank. But I'm most curious...

Mike S (86)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 12:44 pm
I'm very curious about this...
Noted and thank you for posting Judy.

Doug C (51)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 1:54 pm
Do any of you think it will make a difference? We know they are corrupt and they own Senators and Congressmen outright. Remember the "Savings and Loan Scandal" under Bush crime family the Elder? What reforms or protections did we get from that? The banks are busy now writing new "reform" legislation for their cronies to sign into law. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

John Goodspeed (79)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 3:56 pm
I believe that Assange probably has a lot on Bank of America.

I can understand why the United States Government would be annoyed at the revelations about the Afghanistan War, but that would have blown over fairly quickly if something hadn't frightened the "powers that be" even more than simple stupidity in battle.

The full blown attempts to find a way to prosecute Wikileaks and Assange have to be based on something much more damaging to the status quo than the war.

Ann Breeden (65)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 3:59 pm
Pea soup, anyone? Add several banks, several government officials, stir until thickened and voila, a toxic mixture of corruption at the common peoples expense.

Mary Donnelly (47)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 4:06 pm
Thanks Judy. I'm looking forward to finding out too.

Evelyn Z (300)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 4:13 pm

Richard E Cooley (0)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 5:08 pm
Maybe you need to remember if you dont want your friends & family to know what your doing than maybe you shouldn't be doing it. This is good advise for BOA also.

Hartson Doak (39)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 7:50 pm
ATTA BOY!! You keep those lying thieves on the run!

gene p (0)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 7:55 pm
I am glad some of the truth is coming out, or at least getting people to ask questions.

Ronald N (3)
Sunday January 16, 2011, 11:17 pm
From what I hear BofA has the worst records not just from Wiikileaks. But it is also true of the other banks, like Citicorps as well as Wells Fargo and Chase. I'm really disgusted, I, myself have switched to a Teacher's Credit Union. There's no need to support crooks. They will always find ways of separating you from your money.

Edward M (8)
Monday January 17, 2011, 2:58 am
What you in America and we here in the UK have never had, ever, is transparency.
It seems to be a prerequisite that government bodies comply with this openness, with varying degrees of success, but not our financial institutions, a group that can make or break Countries and does so under the guise of the "World " bank and the IMF, two organisations that are an affront to democracy.
When we start demanding accountability from all these financial hierarchies, and insist that they work for the good of the Countries in which they operate, only then we can progress with some justifiable hope for the future.

pam M (98)
Monday January 17, 2011, 10:49 am
Noted. B of A is the slimiest of all the banking institutions. For decades this entity has prided itself on providing the worst customer service to paying customers in the industry. Now in this day of high tech in every man's hands it's getting harder to high their black deeds. Just the acquisition of Countrywide leads one to wonder who the hell is at the helm? Did they not research the toxicity of this entity before purchase?

Check out the video below truth from the mouth of a B of A whistle blower:

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