Monday, January 25, 2010

"A Matter Of National Security"

Meet your regulatory representatives here. A vote for Bernanke is a retroactive, present, and future endorsement of this conduct. It's also stupid, since there's chatter that the worst revelations are still to come.

An interesting part of the article:

The SEC, according to an email sent by a New York Fed lawyer on January 13, 2009, agreed to limit the number of SEC employees who would review the document to just two and keep the document locked in a safe while the SEC considered AIG's confidentiality request.

The SEC had also agreed that if it determined the document should not be made public, it would be stored "in a special area where national security related files are kept," the lawyer wrote.

The SEC, whose mission is to protect investors, has an entire area of files related to "national security" and an outside lawyer apparently was familiar with this? What's in those files?


Anonymous KAIMU said...


What's in those files?

Probably AIG and FNM and FRE "real" financials!

Please recall that under the Bush regime NSA/DHS had authority over financial institutions who would be deemed a "national security" threat, whereby even the issuance of financials would be hidden.

I only wonder why the US Treasury has not been deemed a "national security" threat ...

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