By Abigail Field
At one minute past midnight on Monday morning, a hacker collective released a set of emails on the website BankofAmericaSuck.
While all the allegations in the leaked documents involve Bank of America (BAC) — through a soon to be ex-subsidiary called Balboa Insurance — they also implicate many other big banks that are clients of Balboa, including: “GMAC, Aurora Loan Services [a subsidiary of Lehman Bros Holdings], IndyMac Federal Bank [a subsidiary of OneWest Bank], Saxon, HSBC, PennyMac [a collection agency started by former Countrywide Home Loans executive Stan Kurland after CHL and Balboa were sold to BAC], Downey Savings and Loans, Financial Freedom, Select Portfolio Services, Wells Fargo/Wachovia and [BofA].”
Posted in Economy Economics
Tagged anonymous, Aurora Loan Services, Balboa Insurance, Bank of America, banksters, corruption, Countrywide, Downey Savings and Loans, Financial Freedom, GMAC, HSBC, IndyMac Federal Bank, lehman bros, OneWest Bank, PennyMac, regulator conspiracy, Saxon, Select Portfolio Services, Wells Fargo/Wachovia, wikileaks
By Steve Scheetz
Since September 11, 2001, the US government has been operating with a demand for the understanding of the people. We, as part of this demand, are to allow certain limitations on our liberty in order to gain a certain level of security. But, given the questionable nature of what are likely exaggerated threats, coupled with Congressional enrichment from these expensive security technologies, the U.S. public is losing both liberty and security, as well as money.
Posted in Constitution, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Military, Privacy, Slavery
Tagged carlyle group, Council on Foreign Relations, homeland securiy, janet napolitano, john tyner, l-3 communications holdings inc, lehman bros, Linda Daschle, lockheed-martin, Population Council, Privacy, rockefellers, tom daschle, tsa