Abigail Field | Nice Try, President Obama. Breuer and Khuzami Have to Go. And Indictments Have to Be Immediate

Nice Try, President Obama. Breuer and Khuzami Have to Go. And Indictments Have to Be Immediate

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President Obama,

you’re right, critics of yours from the left–people like me–love the idea of NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman chairing a “special unit to investigate misconduct and illegalities that contributed to both the financial collapse and the mortgage crisis” that would be “part of a new Unit on Mortgage Origination and Securitization Abuses.” But that’s not what you’re announcing, at least as described by Sam Stein for the HuffPo.

Schneiderman isn’t chairing anything. He’s Co-Chairing. That’s a huge difference. If he’s Chair he’s in charge. If he’s Co-Chair he needs consensus. And who is he Co-Chairing with? Lanny Breuer. That’s unacceptable.

The reason we want Schneiderman in charge of prosecuting is because Breuer, who heads the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, hasn’t done his job. If he had pursued these prosecutions we’d have a lot more justice in this country right now than we do. Why has Breuer failed to go after the people who committed “misconduct and illegalities that contributed to both the financial collapse and the mortgage crisis”? Is it because he’s an ex- (and likely future) Covington & Burling partner? Doesn’t matter. His track record speaks for itself. There is only one reason to have him co-chair with Schneiderman, and that’s to rein Schneiderman in.

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3 Responses to “Abigail Field | Nice Try, President Obama. Breuer and Khuzami Have to Go. And Indictments Have to Be Immediate”
  1. Pamela Edwards says:

    I love the whole President Crook deal,wonder how he’s going to wriggle his way out of this one?

  2. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty, Foe of Tyranny says:

    Obama only moves when his feet are to the fire. Clearly his first move in such instance is but mere fluff.

    I “unit” of this nature should have been set up three years ago. It should have been staffed by law enforcement folks with a track record and history of actually doing their jobs, and also that have no conflicts of interest.

    We’ve waited for three years and now we’re served up a nothing burger. Pfft.

  3. Sam Franks says:

    Sounds as if Schneiderman may bail from actually going forward in his persuit of justice. At least reading Webber’s blog. As for President Crook, it’s clear he could care less about justice.

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