The Santelli Exchange: Cornering Corzine – Koutoulas “Crimes were unequivocally committed and I will do whatever I can to continue to do the government’s job for it and help see justice done.”

Lawyer James Koutoulas with Rick Santelli on CNBC.

Quotes from Koutoulas:

  • “Crimes were unequivocally committed and I will do whatever I can to continue to do the government’s job for it and help see justice done.”
  • “MF Global had a choice. Do we cheat or go out of business. And they cheated. They broke the law. And these took these customer funds to cover margin calls.”
  • “Attorney General Eric Holder’s Department of Justice is the biggest enabler of financial crime in U.S. history.”
  • “I will take this to all 50 states. And we will win. We will get a conviction of Jon Corzine. And the next time a sociopath CEO says ‘Do I go out of business or do I cheat,’ he’s gonna think about President Obama’s biggest fundraiser in an orange jumpsuit in state prison.”

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3 Responses to “The Santelli Exchange: Cornering Corzine – Koutoulas “Crimes were unequivocally committed and I will do whatever I can to continue to do the government’s job for it and help see justice done.””
  1. John Anderson says:

    I hope someday we see the enforcement of law, and get justice for the victims of 9/11, and the phony economic crisis that has pushed the misery index to a all time high.
    As far as Mr Corzine goes, he is a poster boy for corrupt DC influnce.

  2. Sarah says:

    The Corzine-JPMorgan theft incident has been approved for broadcast on the corporate media. Big money, opposed to the current big money in the White House, is paying for this coverage.

    In the Corzine-crime, rich people were screwed by other really rich people. Santelli doesn’t care if billions were stolen from the middle class and their houses taken, since his employer (GE) is in on the stealing and are profiting too from widespread foreclosures. Santelli is a loser who gets paid to spout off when told to do so. If there were justice of some sort in this world, the propagandists on the big corporate networks would lose their homes also. We saw a clear glimpse of the corporate enemy when Santelli was cued to turn loose in spring 2009, never forget that.

  3. Jylly Jakes says:

    Where is the investigation of Jefferies, Bank of America and ML et al for underwriting two bond deals in August, just two months later MF collapsed? How could the most sophisticated financial institutions not see the the financial condition of MF Global? As a former bond trader, I’d like to point out that those two bond deals now are the fastest deals to go from near high grade to distressed junk in less than three months. The previous record was held by a bond deal from Latin America, it took six months to go from par to zero. I can’t recall the name of it right now, but it was a toll road bond for a highway constructed along side a FREE highway….ergo, no tolls were collected on the new toll road. What was the name of that deal….argh…

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