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Bharara's Pretender Legacy

Preet Bharara sadly creates a legacy of prosecutorial misconduct and media whoring that is reminiscent of Eliot Spitzer.

BankruptcyMisconduct has a page dedicated here to Preet's Epic Punts. There is no better strategy to protecting your pretend opponents then to punt on first down!

Bharara ignores a number of sworn complaints. (Copies of some are included here)

Bharara ignores the government's own report on the guilty members of the Financial System Collapse.

The media, Congress, and perhaps a Federal Special Prosecutor, need to investigate why Preet Bharara fails to investigate and prosecute the corruption.

Mitt Romney is linked to Bain Capital first from his executive control of the hedge fund and secondly from the longer enduring financial arrangement where a portion of Bain's profits have been funneled to Romney. Preet Bharara's time as a prosecutor in New York seems to indicate, at first glance, that criminals were actively prosecuted. A closer examination of Bharara's actual record shows that certain connected persons like those involved in Wall Street's banking collapse got a free pass, not to mention the money laundering Eliot Spitzer. This downloads category hosts a number of documents which we believe will help illustrate the free pass that the hedge funds and dirty lawyers associated with Mitt Romney have received from our government lawyers in the DOJ afflicted with "career distraction disorder".

Hopes and Promises ran high in the U.S. Presidential election of 2008. We were promised a new administration which would be honest and transparent. We were promised that corruption would end. And now the Southern District of New York has a new U. S. Attorney by the name Preet Bharara.

Welcome To The Jungle

Bankruptcy Misconduct has a page dedicated to Mr. Preet Bharara which contains a number of eMails to Preet from the whistleblower in the eToys bankruptcy scandal. As stated in the emails themselves, they were sent by blind copy to a number of third parties for Preet's protection.

A wonderful set of nine detailed and illustrative documents were attached to one of the eMails. For the convenience of academics, high school and college scholarship applicants, citizens, historians, reformers, legislators, any appointed Federal Special Prosecutor, legitimate journalists, and DOJ employees beyond the corruptive influence of money & promises ... We are hosting these documents in this special Preet / eToys document download section. These documents are available without charge, and readers are urged to continue their research of the entire eToys docket.

"Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman."

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The Official Government Edition of The Financial Crisis Inquiry Report reads like a roadmap for any federal prosecutor who desired to bring the criminals behind our Nation's financial collapse to justice.

Preet Bharara ignores government report of guilty Wall Street executives who caused the financial crisis
Sadly, the DOJ is a sham.   Overt acts, and more importantly, decisions against action, are motivated by a combination of illicit motives.  The evil transcend mere political party offiliation.  Sadly, certain senior elements of the DOJ hold secret allegiances to Neo-Mafia of organized crime, ethnic / racial groups with an eye on the dollar, protecting their associates and attacking competitors of their associates.


Lower level pawns within the DOJ dutifully toe the corrupt line of abuse of prosecutorial discretion.  One could argue whether a particular prosecutoris a dolt, sloth, or merely a coward.  The result for America is the same.

Download Official_Edition__The_Financial_Crisis_Inquiry_Report__Roadmap_for_Executive_Prosecutions_Ignored_by_DOJ.pdf for free from BankruptcyMisconduct.
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