Matt Stoller & Neil Barofsky | Don’t Believe Hype About $25B Mortgage Settlement (VIDEO)

March 15 (Bloomberg Law) — The $25 billion mortgage settlement between lenders and state attorneys general won’t help nearly as many people as its touted to, Neil Barofsky, the former Special US Treasury Department Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), tells Bloomberg Law’s Lee Pacchia. He’s joined by Matthew Stoller, a fellow at the Roosevelt Insitute, who says the government and banks delayed filing details of the settlement to give investors less time to challenge the deal in court.


2 Responses to “Matt Stoller & Neil Barofsky | Don’t Believe Hype About $25B Mortgage Settlement (VIDEO)”
  1. lvent says:

    As long as we all keep in mind that black is white and that everything has been subverted, perverted, polluted, infiltrated and corrupted in order to carve in stone an ideology that is both Unconstitutional and Illegal…then they cannot fool us.. What they are really trying to hide and cover up is that their Secret Societies, secret handshakes, secret oaths, and all of their secrets are really all alot of hooey and reality it is all just an eminent front..and a big put on..

  2. To Tell The Truth says:

    This agreement will collapse in the faces of anyone that signs on to it or agrees with it!! Mark my words. Judges will have to answer to a higher Judge if they judge unfairly. Also, any agreement can be challenged by those that it affect…so why not have a mass scale rico suit against them all??? We need to use the terms of this settlement against them to fight our own cases…so if the banks think they can just refile old fraudulent documents again and think because of this settlement any affirmative response from the defendant will just be a waste of time and think this will intimidate the defendants, then they have some things to find out.

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