PDF (5 Pages): 20210218-Cohodes Submission Against Petit
“Second, Mr. Cohodes has never engaged in naked short selling (that is, he trades through brokers who find shares for him to borrow and he pays high interest fees to maintain his short positions). He was never part of any concerted illegal campaign to target MiMedx; his actions were his own.”
Comment: The above statement by a lawyer is easily challenged in court with evidence. Mr. Cohodes appears to be panicking. This time around it will cost him 10X to 100X what he was forced to pay Patrick Byrne. We have it all. The matter of compromised judges and DOJ and SCC as a RICO organization are also on the table. DTCC will not survive a Special Prosecutor.
Denise Scott is the Chair and member of the board of directors at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She is executive vice president in charge of Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s (LISC) national and local programs. She served as a White House appointee to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), responsible for the daily operations of HUD’s six New York/New Jersey Regional offices. Prior to that, she served as the managing director/coordinator responsible for launching the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation; as the assistant vice president of the New York City Urban Coalition; as deputy director of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Housing Coordination from 1990-1992; and as the director of the New York City Department of Housing and Development’s Harlem Neighborhood Preservation Program office. Scott has a master’s degree in Urban Planning from Columbia University and has taught at its Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation as a visiting assistant professor.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
David Albert Scott (D-GA) – is a committee member of the 116th Congress U.S. House Committee on Financial Services. is the U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 13th congressional district, serving since 2003. The district includes the southern fourth of Atlanta, as well as several of its suburbs to the south and west. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He received a bachelor’s degree in finance from Florida A&M University, and a master’s degree in business from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
U.S. House Banking Committee on Financial Services
United States Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) is a minority member of the US Senate Committee on Banking. He joined the Senate in 2013. He has many Committee Assignments including: Senate Finance Committee, Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Senate Committee on Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs, Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, and Senate Special Committee on Aging. He is a graduate of Presbyterian College Charleston Southern University (BS), Alumnus of South Carolina’s Palmetto Boys State program.
United States Senate Committee on Banking
Lawyers Line Up to Sue Merrill Lynch for Alleged Deceptive Trading Practices in Commodities
29 July 2019
Join the queue if you are a plaintiff lawyer considering filing a proposed class action lawsuit against Merrill Lynch’s parent company, Bank of America, related to allegations of deceptive trading practices in the commodities markets.
Multiple plaintiff lawyers filed at least three such lawsuits in recent weeks after federal prosecutors secured a June 25 deal with another BofA unit, Merrill Lynch Commodities, to pay $25 million to resolve their investigation into alleged deceptive trading practices.
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Secrets and Lies of the Bailout
Rolling Stone, 4 January 2013
It has been four long winters since the federal government, in the hulking, shaven-skulled, Alien Nation-esque form of then-Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, committed $700 billion in taxpayer money to rescue Wall Street from its own chicanery and greed. To listen to the bankers and their allies in Washington tell it, you’d think the bailout was the best thing to hit the American economy since the invention of the assembly line. Not only did it prevent another Great Depression, we’ve been told, but the money has all been paid back, and the government even made a profit. No harm, no foul – right?
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