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LANZA DAD - Not A Hoax About Libor, but A Cover-Up Spin!

 
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LANZA DAD - Not A Hoax About Libor, but A Cover-Up Spin!
An attempt has been made to call the Peter Lanza connection to Libor a hoax, to discredit the financial scandals underpinning both Aurora and Sandy Hook.

This is pure spin, to cover-up the truth. Whether these men testify or not, I think, is a red herring. The fact is they are deeply implicated in serious wrongdoing.

Being a head GE financial figure, VP and Tax Director of GE Financial...you can bet Peter Lanza is right in the thick of the following.

Juicy GE stuff starts in the 5th paragraph...

Read this:

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The U.S. Department of Justice alleges that collusion between traders across a range of banks, including Barclays, took place from at least August 2005 through to at least May 2008.

Libor is just one of many anti-trust cases leveled against rampant banksterism. Another involves an investigation by U.S. energy regulators into power market bidding manipulation by JP Morgan Chase & Co., Barclays Bank PLC and Deutsche Bank AG, plus intermediaries.

These banks were playing around with power market trading – buying and selling electricity – for themselves or clients. Washington’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission alleges trading activities hiked electricity prices and resulted in higher power bills to homeowners and consumers across the U.S.

A third case grinds away in courts, without much fanfare, but involves some of the same banks. This concerns allegations about manipulation of municipal bond rates that cost local and state governments millions over a number of years.

So far, the Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co., UBS AG, Wells Fargo & Co. and GE’s former trading unit called GE Funding have paid $743 million to settle a criminal probe and civil claims for conspiring to rig bids on U.S. municipal-bond deals. Some money has been returned to victims.

The case involving GE went to court and revealed how the scams were done. The Securities and Exchange Commission said GE Funding made millions by rigging 328 transactions in 44 states. GE operatives would get information about competing bids then adjust theirs accordingly. Sometimes they would take turns, with other intermediaries, putting in bids that were guaranteed to lose. Three individuals have been convicted of anti-trust violations.
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Re: LANZA DAD - Not A Hoax About Libor, but A Cover-Up Spin!
Just to explain again...

Follow the money!

The Black Ops and the Mafia and the Paedophile Network are all about control, power, and the money to grease all their wheels. I'm talking about the guys who hired the Sandy Hook shooters.

Remember:

9-11 put options

Pentagon Office of Naval Intelligence - 30 killed who were investigating missing trillions

Planes that supposedly hit the towers right where the suspect financial records were kept

Father of James Holmes and the Libor connection also
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“This rumor is 100% false,” a Senate Banking Committee aide, who asked not to be named, told TPM by email. “The Senate Banking Committee does not have any LIBOR hearings currently scheduled, and has never considered either of these men as potential witnesses.”
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That is just my point!

The so-called hearings are a red herring.

BUT - and it's an important BUT --

The fathers of these two guys are deeply indicated in the financial fraud against Americans which is being investigated as we speak.

Read the Original Posting again, please.

There are shills in the Alternative Media, feeding disinfo in order to block our understanding.

Period.
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So, to you ALL financial wrongdoing equals Libor?!

You CANNOT THINK!!! You've proven yourself to be an idiot on other threads, too.
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So, to you ALL financial wrongdoing equals Libor?!

You CANNOT THINK!!! You've proven yourself to be an idiot on other threads, too.
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Libor is only one of several ongoing financial scandals reaching into the highest levels of corporate America and the corrupt U.S. government.

Perhaps you have a reading impediment.

Try it again:

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Libor is just one of many anti-trust cases leveled against rampant banksterism. Another involves an investigation by U.S. energy regulators into power market bidding manipulation by JP Morgan Chase & Co., Barclays Bank PLC and Deutsche Bank AG, plus intermediaries.

These banks were playing around with power market trading – buying and selling electricity – for themselves or clients. Washington’s Federal Energy Regulatory Commission alleges trading activities hiked electricity prices and resulted in higher power bills to homeowners and consumers across the U.S.

A third case grinds away in courts, without much fanfare, but involves some of the same banks. This concerns allegations about manipulation of municipal bond rates that cost local and state governments millions over a number of years.

So far, the Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co., UBS AG, Wells Fargo & Co. and GE’s former trading unit called GE Funding have paid $743 million to settle a criminal probe and civil claims for conspiring to rig bids on U.S. municipal-bond deals. Some money has been returned to victims.

The case involving GE went to court and revealed how the scams were done. The Securities and Exchange Commission said GE Funding made millions by rigging 328 transactions in 44 states. GE operatives would get information about competing bids then adjust theirs accordingly. Sometimes they would take turns, with other intermediaries, putting in bids that were guaranteed to lose. Three individuals have been convicted of anti-trust violations.