Bank of America settles with Fannie and Freddie for $9.5 billion..who is going to jail?

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Putting to rest one of its biggest remaining headaches, Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay $9.5 billion to settle claims by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

The government-sponsored mortgage giants had demanded compensation from the Charlotte, N.C., bank for losses on housing-boom loans that produced mass defaults during the financial crisis.

The settlement, announced Wednesday, resolves all claims against Bank of America by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, BofA said. The FHFA is the regulator established as a conservator for Fannie and Freddie when the giant buyers and guarantors of home loans went insolvent during the financial crisis.

BofA already had suffered about $50 billion in losses and legal costs stemming from the mortgage meltdown in 2007 and the global financial crisis that ensued the following year – more financial damage than any other major bank.

But after a long string of settlements, BofA’s stock has…

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PressTV: People in Rome protest against Obama visit to Italy

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

People hold a banner reading "Barack Obama, Chief of the Permanent War" as they protest against the visit of US President Barack Obama near the US Embassy in Rome on March 27, 2014.People hold a banner reading “Barack Obama, Chief of the Permanent War” as they protest against the visit of US President Barack Obama near the US Embassy in Rome on March 27, 2014.

Fri Mar 28, 2014 1:37AM GMT

Italians have held a demonstration in the capital to express discontent with US President Barack Obama’s visit to their country.

The demonstrators gathered outside the US Embassy in Rome on Thursday, chanting slogans against the US president.

The protesters criticized Washington for its military policies abroad, accused Obama of being a warmonger, and called on him to stop dividing the world.

On Thursday, Obama met Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to discuss a range of issues including the crisis in Ukraine.

Earlier in the day, Obama met with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano at the Quirinal Palace.

The US president is on a six-day tour to Europe, where he is seeking to…

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JP Morgan bankruptcy lawyer killed in hit & run

Another mysterious big banker death has taken place. To see my story on this bizarre series of events, click the link to the feature page on it from the top list of links at the top of the news blog front page. Another one bites the dust. What did they know, that they wanted to tell us, before it’s too late???

2012 The Awakening

Joseph GiampapaThe banker suicide saga has just reached a new level as a top level JP Morgan attorney has been exterminated in a hit & run incident involving a minivan.

JPM attorney Joseph Giampapa was killed over the weekend when he was struck by a minivan in a hit and run incident. Giampapa was reportedly hit and thrown 150 ft and was pronounced dead at the scene. No charges have been filed.

It gets better: Giampapa was JP Morgan’s top commercial bankruptcy lawyer (SVP).
Somehow we suspect the…

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Chemtrail and Heavy Metal Detoxification Product Developed in California

Chemtrails: The Exotic Weapon

By G. Edward Griffin –  3/26/2014

envioshield-Chemtrails MitigationLook at the graphic on the photo to the left and you will know what EnvioShield is all about.

It was developed by Matt and Olesya Novik, who live in Southern California, to combat the symptoms of toxicity they were experiencing on those days when the sky was laden with gray haze from high-flying aircraft. Matt described their symptoms as: “Everything from Asthma, Neuropathy, Vertigo, fatigue, frequent illness, etc. It was to the point where both my wife and I had to rely on an inhaler to breathe properly.”

They were convinced that the increase in levels of toxic chemicals found in soil and rainwater following these “chemtrail” events had a lot to do with their deteriorating health. Instead of just complaining about it, they decided to take action. After determining what those chemicals were, they researched known methods for safely removing them from…

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