You have GOT to be KIDDING | AG Tom Miller, Foreclosure-Probe Chief, Asked Bank Lawyers for Money

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TIME – Foreclosure-Probe Chief Asked Bank Lawyers for Money

A few weeks ago, the National Institute for Money in State Politics published a report showing a marked spike last fall in campaign contributions to Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller by lawyers and law firms that represent big banks after Miller announced he was opening an investigation into the nationwide mishandling of foreclosures by Bank of America, Chase and others.

On April 20, TIME reported that a lawyer and a consultant for Bank of America, which is in direct negotiations with Miller over its handling of foreclosures, gave a total of $15,000 to Miller’s campaign.

Now, in response to queries from TIME, Miller says he initiated fundraising calls to several national firms that represent big banks after he had announced his intention to investigate the foreclosure mess. “In September and October, I tried to reach out to people that I’d worked with and I thought had respect for me and potential support for me and tried to raise money from them,” Miller says. “And a number of them were from national firms.”

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No wonder why there is NO settlement!

I think I just broke my keyboard…

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25 Responses to “You have GOT to be KIDDING | AG Tom Miller, Foreclosure-Probe Chief, Asked Bank Lawyers for Money”
  1. Tim Bryant says:

    If you think Tom Miller is serious about this investigation, read his comments from this 2007 Fed meeting. Pay particular attention to his comments on page 231, where he states as a practical matter, the Fed and the banks are above the anti-fraud statutes.

    http://www.federalreserve.gov/events/publichearings/hoepa/2007/20070614/transcript.pdf

  2. robert murphy says:

    ok, I am still in the fight. I am not giving up. “Get up, stand up, stand up for your rights!”

  3. Joe Loomer says:

    This is absolutely ridiculous. Made me want to puke. More and more examples – like IndyMac – of how those in positions to help do not have the character or desire to put the best interests of the American people in front of their own greed.

    Navy Chief, Navy Pride

    Foreclosures In Augusta

  4. Tim Bryant says:

    I sent an email tonight to my Senator Scott Brown, requesting Congress demand a public corruption investigation against AG Miller. This is outrageous, and a huge betrayal of the public trust.

  5. Fury says:

    Open Appeal to all AGs….

    can you please muffle, silence, and shun ridiculous AGs like Tom Miller and Pam Bondi?

    we demand it.

    all upright, courageous AGs take a stand for the homeowners of your states who have been robbed.

    make the Robber Banks pay back the money they have stolen from homeowners.

    we are not going to go peacefully into the night.

    • TheHutMaster says:

      We need to use our resources here.

      I have ton of my INHO– USE servers I will dedicate, Someone on our (this sites) team drafts a letter, I will build the site to allow that to be SIGNED BY ALL OF US, and then I will mass mail to ALL the AG’s?

      Any takers???

      James Aitken, AKA: THEHUTMASTER.

      “Fight The Good Fight”

  6. Fury says:

    oh. my.God.
    tom miller must resign IMMEDIATELY!

    how on earth can AGs w/ integrity go along w/ this guy? seriously.

    homeowner will not settle for FRAUD.
    we won’t settle for elected officials who are accepting money from the banking corpration
    who have looted the country.

  7. myles says:

    somebody should send this to all the iowa news stations and papers, and to the republican chairman in iowa, and to blago himself so he can say “see”

  8. Jason Werner says:

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with paying off an easy AG. We pay off judges, Congress, prosecutors, and take over courts by filing millions of frivolous and false actions against our victims – forcing the courts to stay in business and grant our fraudulent summary judgments and default judgments – all the time!!!

    Signed,
    The major FDIC-member bank executives

  9. Katheryn says:

    And the wheel goes round and round. Same S_ _ _ t….Same Asswipes…..Different Day

  10. Pamela says:

    The State AG’s are just as full of Graft ,Greed,and Coruption as any other office or place of business!!!To expect more or better from them is like casting good money after bad.It serves no one to hold this expectation level as it will never be met.

  11. R in Jax says:

    I’m going to say this again: I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky. I never told anybody to lie, not a single time; never. These allegations are false. And I need to go back to work for the American people.

  12. Wayne says:

    WHERE IS THE FBI … TO SERVE AND TO PROTECT THE LIFE AND PROPERTY OF THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

  13. TheHutMaster says:

    Kick this POND SCUM OUT, and do it NOW.

    Do these asshats think we are blind, deaf and stupid.

    Makes me want to load the shotgun and do it myself.

    “Fight The Good Fight”

  14. debi J says:

    Not to be stupid but can we get him removed from the head of the investigation. He is obviously involved with the big banks. Enough of this already. How crooked get they all be?? Apparently the answer is very crooked. How sick and wrong is this ????? Is there an honest one in the bunch or has everyone forgotten it was all about honesty in the first place and reigning in the felons. The AG in charge is NOT supposed to be one of them. Can it get any more disgusting?? Debi

    • debi….birds of feathers flock together…..it’s like a CON game….Florida’s AG is no better…she goes with the flow…..someone suggests something she goes that way….a follower….But that is why this Miller guy jumped up and planned this fake crap…he had his own interest to gain…..he is a scam…wears 2 faces…..not someone to trust at all.

  15. Virginia says:

    Any political donations from banks, bank employees, representatives or agents should be considered a conflict of interest. Miller’s opponent should call for an investigation and the Governor should ask Miller to resign or at least recuse himself from bank negotiations. Money makes strange bedfellows.

  16. l vent says:

    Any chance the SEC wire tapped that one so that can send this dirtbag AG criminal bastard to prison along with Raj???

    • l vent says:

      These pigs are making the case against Blago look like a joke. He never took any money, he only said he wanted to. This shit against this AG, is bleeping golden.

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