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    What does it all mean? I believe you will agree that something smells really rotten and it is VERY good that the President fired Comey, that Hillary lost, that the Clinton Foundation has been rendered lifeless, and who the hell is Peter Comey, anyway?
    According to Big League Politics the connections are; Peter Comey is Jimmy’s brother and property records show Jimmy holds the mortgage on bro’ Peter’s house in Virginia. What a good bro’! However, that’s what we call a “Financial Connection”, all while Jimmy was FBI Director. Now that would be okay but for the facts that Peter’s role at the law firm DLA Piper is the Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas and DLA Piper is one of the top donors to Hillary Clinton AND also does the taxes for the Clinton Foundation AND preformed the 2015 audit when the Foundation tax scandal broke! No, I’m not kidding!
    What that little bit of info means is that FBI Director Comey had a direct, personal and financial connection to a law firm executive of DLA Piper while he was investigating DLA Piper’s client, Hillary Clinton! J. Edgar Hoover just jumped up and out of his grave!
    In 2010, Comey departed Lockheed Martin as General Counsel ( with a reported 6 million dollars) and the same year, Martin became a member of the Clinton Global Initiative AND “won” 17 contracts from the US State Department, led by, none other than Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Then in 2013 James Comey, joined the board of the British Bank, HSBC Holdings which just happened to be a Clinton Foundation partner. Wow, I can’t keep up with this guy Comey. Saying James Comey had ties to the Clintons, is like saying Hillary Clinton is dishonest. So if this entire story is true, as Big League Politics says, then what the hell was Comey doing investigating Hillary? Wait…you don’t think James Comey was “colluding” with the Clintons, do you…naw…it can’t be possible …can it?
    In the real FBI, we were NOT allowed to even speculate in the stock market, or associate with ANYONE who was even thought to be sleazy, let alone people who defined the word sleazy! Boy did Comey cross the “Integrity” line, FBI, Fidelity Bravery Integrity, really?
    All of this aside from the FACTS that Hillary approved the sale of 20% of our Uranium to Russia and that the Clinton Foundation received hundreds of millions in the “pay for play” schemes that Comey didn’t investigate…or did he? What about the biggest security scandal in US history, Hillary’s emails and secret email server. Don’t you believe Comey should have reclused, dissolved, moved away, RAN away, retreated from, dodged, avoided ANY decisions in the Hillary case?!
    No one seems to know whether or not the FBI even looked at the most basic money laundering scheme ever, the Clinton Foundation, and what the hell is really important to the LEADERS of the DEMOCRAT PARTY…? I know… did the President EVER talk to Vladimir Putin, is the President really a billionaire?! Duh! Why isn’t the all Democrat, Obama Care Bill, the biggest disaster in US history, important enough to get some Democrat and press attention? What about our Military that Obama all but destroyed. What about an economy that Obama tried his best to crash? The only thing important to Schumer, Pelosi, Sanders…the Democrat party leaders is LET”S GET EVEN…SCREW THE CONSTITUTION!!!
    My dear friends, the most important thing for you and me is for our President to keep us ALL safe! He can’t do that if laws ( like The 1952 Immigration and Naturalization Act) that were passed to allow our President avoid cumbersome Judicial Proceeding which proceedings are now being allowed to stop him cold! When a Democrat Party is so obsessed with loosing that they will lie, cheat, obstruct, ignore their own Rule of Law…JUST TO GET EVEN, it proves they don’t believe in our Constitution!
    Mr President, appoint a RETIRED, former, FBI Executive who believes in the Integrity that made the FBI great and direct AG Sessions to reopen the Clinton “cases” and open a RICO case on Obama and his staffers who conspired to destroy America! The hell with the Dems and the press, it’s the Right thing to do!!!
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    HSBC Launders Money for Drug Cartels, Will Not Be Prosecuted

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    Published on Dec 26, 2012

    Like we've said before, this is probably the most insane story of the year. We spoke to Matt Taibbi ( ) about HSBC laundering hundreds of millions to billions of dollars in drug cartel money and how they will not be prosecuted. Here's Cliff Schecter talking about it in his weekly news review segment with Sam Seder... This clip from the Majority Report, live M-F at 12 noon EST and via daily podcast at http://Majority.FM
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    Matt Taibbi: After Laundering $800 Million in Drug Money, How Did HSBC Executives Avoid Jail?

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    The banking giant HSBC has escaped indictment for laundering billions of dollars for Mexican drug cartels and groups linked to al-Qaeda. Despite evidence of wrongdoing, the U.S. Department of Justice has allowed the bank to avoid prosecution and pay a $1.9 billion fine. No top HSBC officials will face charges, either. We’re joined by Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi, author of “Griftopia: A Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History.” “You can do real time in jail in America for all kinds of ridiculous offenses,” Taibbi says. “Here we have a bank that laundered $800 million of drug money, and they can’t find a way to put anybody in jail for that. That sends an incredible message, not just to the financial sector but to everybody. It’s an obvious, clear double standard, where one set of people gets to break the rules as much as they want and another set of people can’t break any rules at all without going to jail.” [includes rush transcript]


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    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Well, let’s go on to HSBC. The banking giant has escaped indictment for laundering billions of dollars for Mexican drug cartels and groups linked to al-Qaeda. The bank reportedly supplied a billion dollars to a firm whose founder had ties to al-Qaeda and shipped billions in cash from Mexico to the United States despite warnings the money was coming from drug cartels. Earlier this year, a Senate investigation concluded that HSBC provided a, quote, “gateway for terrorists to gain access to U.S. dollars and the U.S. financial system.”
    Despite evidence of wrongdoing, the Justice Department has allowed the bank to avoid prosecution and pay a $1.9 billion fine. No top HSBC officials will face charges. While it’s reportedly the largest penalty ever paid by a bank, the deal has come under wide criticism. Officials reportedly agreed to seek the fine over concerns that criminal charges would have hurt the global financial system.
    Loretta Lynch is U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York.
    LORETTA LYNCH: We are here today to announce the filing of criminal charges against HSBC Bank, both its U.S. entity, HSBC U.S., and the parent HSBC group, for its sustained and systemic failure to guard against the corruption of our financial system by drug traffickers and other criminals and for evading U.S. sanctions law. HSBC, as you know, is one of the largest financial institutions in the world, with affiliates and personnel spanning the globe. Yet during the relevant time periods, they failed to comply with the legal requirements incumbent on all U.S. financial institutions to have in place compliance mechanisms and safeguards to guard against being used for money laundering.
    HSBC has admitted its guilt to the four-count information filed today, which sets forth two violations of the Bank Secrecy Act, a violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, or IEEPA, and violation of the Trading with the Enemy Act. As part of its resolution of these charges, HSBC has agreed to forfeit $1.256 billion, the largest forfeiture amount ever by a financial institution for a compliance failure.
    AMY GOODMAN: That was U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch.
    Meanwhile, HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver said in a statement, quote, “We accept responsibility for our past mistakes. We have said we are profoundly sorry for them.” He added the bank had, quote, “taken extensive and concerted steps to put in place the highest standards for the future.”
    News of HSBC’s fine comes as three low-level traders were arrested in London as part of an international investigation into 16 international banks accused of rigging a key global interest rate used in contracts worth trillions of dollars. The London Interbank Offered Rate, known as Libor, is the average interest rate at which banks can borrow from each other. Some analysts say it defines the cost of money. The benchmark rate sets the borrowing costs of everything from mortgages to student loans to credit card accounts.
    Well, for more on the latest bank scandals, we’re joined by Matt Taibbi, contributing editor for Rolling Stone magazine. His latest book is Griftopia: A Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History.
    Now, how did Forbes put it, Matt? “What’s a bank got to do to get into some real trouble around here?”
    MATT TAIBBI: Exactly, exactly. And what’s amazing about that is that’s Forbes saying that. I mean, universally, the reaction, even in—among the financial press, which is normally very bank-friendly and gives all these guys the benefit of the doubt, the reaction is, is “What do you have to do to get a criminal indictment?” What HSBC has now admitted to is, more or less, the worst behavior that a bank can possibly be guilty of. You know, they violated the Trading with the Enemy Act, the Bank Secrecy Act. And we’re talking about massive amounts of money. It was $9 billion that they failed to supervise properly. These crimes were so obvious that apparently the cartels in Mexico specifically designed boxes to put cash in so that they would fit through the windows of HSBC teller windows. So, it was so out in the open, these crimes, and there’s going to be no criminal prosecution whatsoever, which is incredible.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: And emails found where bank officials were instructing officials in Iran and in some other countries at how best to hide their efforts to move money into their system?
    MATT TAIBBI: Exactly, yeah, and that’s true at HSBC, and apparently we have a very similar scandal involving another British bank, Standard Chartered, which also paid an enormous fine recently for laundering money for—through Iran. This, again, comes on the heels of the Libor scandal, which has already caught up two major British banks—the Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays. So, you have essentially all of the major British banks now are inveigled in these enormous scandals. We have a couple of arrests, you know, today involving low-level people in the Libor thing, but it doesn’t look like any major players are going to be indicted criminally for any of this.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: And this whole argument that the bank is too big to indict because of the threat to the world financial system, most people don’t know that HSBC stands for Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. It’s a British bank that goes back to the early days of British colonialism in Asia.
    MATT TAIBBI: Sure.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: And is it too big to be indicted?
    MATT TAIBBI: The amazing thing about that rationale is that it’s exactly the opposite of the truth. The message that this sends to everybody, when banks commit crimes and nobody is punished for it, is that you can do it again. You know, if there’s no criminal penalty for committing even the most obvious kinds of crimes, that tells everybody, investors all over the world, that the banking system is inherently unsafe. And so, the message is, this is not a move to preserve the banking system at all. In fact, it’s incredibly destructive. It undermines the entire world confidence in the banking system. It’s an incredible decision that, again, is met with surprise even with—by people in the financial community.
    AMY GOODMAN: On Tuesday, Thomas Curry, head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the lead regulator for HSBC in the U.S., defended the settlement.
    THOMAS CURRY: These actions send a strong message to the bank and to the financial services industry to make compliance with the law a priority to safeguard their institutions from being misused in ways that threaten American lives.
    AMY GOODMAN: That’s Thomas Curry, head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. It seems like a lot of people who are in prison right now—low-level thieves, criminals, drug launderers, people who have been accused of working with al-Qaeda—perhaps could appeal their convictions now and get out of jail.
    MATT TAIBBI: Right. Right, yeah, exactly. I was in court yesterday, in criminal court in Brooklyn. I saw somebody come out of—come into court who had just been overnight in jail for walking from one subway car to another in front of a policeman. You can do real time in jail in America for all kinds of ridiculous offenses, for taking up two subway seats in New York City, if you fall asleep in the subway. People go to jail for that all the time in this country, for having a marijuana stem in your pocket. There are 50,000 marijuana possession cases in New York City alone every year. And here we have a bank that laundered $800 million of drug money, and they can’t find a way to put anybody in jail for that. That sends an incredible message not just to the financial sector but to everybody. It’s an obvious, clear double standard, where one set of people gets to break the rules as much as they want and another set of people can’t break any rules at all without going to jail. And I just don’t see how they don’t see this problem.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Well, Matt, Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer outlined some of HSBC’s alleged drug cartel ties.
    ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL LANNY BREUER: From 2006 to 2010, the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico, the Norte del Valle cartel in Colombia and other drug traffickers laundered at least $881 million in illegal narcotics trafficking proceeds through HSBC Bank USA. These traffickers didn’t have to try very hard. They would sometimes deposit hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash in a single day into a single account, using boxes, as Loretta said, designed to fit the precise dimensions of the tellers’ windows in HSBC’s Mexico branches.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Matt, this is like Monopoly, the board game, all over again, you know? Get out of jail free, you know.
    MATT TAIBBI: Yeah.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Instead of $50, you pay $1.9 billion, but you’re still getting out of jail free.
    MATT TAIBBI: And this fits in the—in with the pattern of the entire financial crisis. $1.9 billion sounds like a lot of money, and it definitely is. It’s a record settlement. No bank has ever paid this much money before. But it’s about two months’ worth of profits for HSBC. It’s not going to cripple this bank. It’s not even going to hurt them that badly for this year. It fits in line with the Goldman Sachs settlement in the Abacas case, which was hailed at the time as a record settlement. It was $575 million. But that was about 1/20th of what they got just through the AIG bailout. So, this is not a lot of money for these people. It sounds like a lot of money to the layperson, but for the crimes they committed, getting away with just money—and it’s not even their own money, it’s not their personal money, it’s the shareholders’ money—it’s incredible. It really—it literally is a get-out-of-jail-free card.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: And, of course, the way that big banks these days can borrow money from the U.S. Fed for no interest—
    MATT TAIBBI: For free.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: For free.
    MATT TAIBBI: Free.
    JUAN GONZÁLEZ: Basically, they can just take money from the government and pay the government back.
    AMY GOODMAN: What does the Justice Department, what does the Obama administration, gain by not actually holding HSBC accountable?
    MATT TAIBBI: You know, I think—I’ve asked myself that question numerous times. I really believe—and I think a lot of people believe this—that the Obama administration sincerely accepts the rationale that to aggressively prosecute crimes committed by this small group of too-big-to-fail banks would undermine confidence in the global financial system and that they therefore have to give them a pass on all sorts of things, because we are teetering on the edge of a problem, and if any one of them were to fall out, it would cause a domino effect of losses and catastrophes like the Lehman Brothers business. And I think they’re genuinely afraid of that. And so, that’s the only legitimate explanation that you can possibly assign to this situation, because, as we know, Wall Street abandoned the Obama administration this year when it came to funding in the election. They heavily supported Mitt Romney and didn’t give Obama much money at all.
    AMY GOODMAN: We have to break, and when we come back, we’re going to ask you more about Libor and also your piece, “Jim DeMint,” who’s stepping down in the Senate, “The Fireman Ed of Politics,” you write. We’re talking to Matt Taibbi, contributing editor for Rolling Stone magazine. Then Peter Coyote joins us in studio to talk about the case of Leonard Peltier, in prison for 37 years. Stay with us.

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