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UPDATED: Attorney Generals Negotiate with Terrorists: Corporate Terrorists VOTE Nov. 4th

UPDATED: Attorney Generals Negotiate with Terrorists: Corporate Terrorists VOTE Nov. 4th

Updated: December 31, 2014

AG-elect Healey weighs targeting drug companies

Targeting drug/device companies is NOT enough.  Not until we quit allowing two known corrupt entities to negotiate behind closed doors on behalf of the American people will positive change occur. The million/billion dollars fines are doing nothing to prevent or deter future crimes; and, NOT until the DOJ is willing to put these criminal CEOs in jail will the industry change positively for “the People.”

October 22, 2014


Suburban Terrorist

Election time! Do you know if your state’s Attorney General is up for election? Do you know why you should care?  Candidly, prior to the last  few years I really hadn’t given it much thought, that’s changed and here’s why-we’re allowing two known corrupt entities to negotiate on behalf of the American people behind closed doors.  

The State’s Attorney General is the one who prosecutes those big federal cases against GM, Toyota, Johnson & Johnson and Bank of America ; and, those big billion dollar checks fines (wire transfers actually) are nationally announced via the newly resigned US Attorney General Eric Holder who holds an exciting press conference and the government sends out a press release with #PRSPin to let the American people know that they’ve taken money from corrupt companies.   The only problem with that is that “We the People” never really know where all these billions are going other than into the hands of the corrupt government.  Anyone remember IRS $50 million line dancing meetings? Or this: DOJ spending over $500,000 on a  LinkedIn Profile

It’s been stated here before that there’s really no incentive for the government to want to “fix” or prosecute criminally the corrupt companies who act like terrorists as money changes hands, the goverment profits, and executives are free to encourage, replicate and are rewarded for their unethical and illegal behavior while accountability is shifted away from the criminals back to the victims–the American taxpayers.


Attorney General Billion Dollar Fines and No Jail Time

It’s not until “We the People” vote in Attorney Generals who are willing to force accountability from the companies by putting executives behind bars and banning them for life from holding any executive positions will we create any positive change that will protect patients, consumers, employees and taxpayers alike. And it’s not until the USDOJ provides a transparent breakdowns of where all these billions are allocated will the government be held accountable to those that elected them.

Bank of America to Pay $16.65 Billion in Historic Justice Department Settlement for Financial Fraud Leading up to and During the Financial Crisis

This settlement is part of the ongoing efforts of President Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force and its Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) Working Group, which has recovered $36.65 billion to date for American consumers and investors.

Johnson & Johnson to Pay More Than $2.2 Billion to Resolve Criminal and Civil Investigations

“As patients and consumers, we have a right to rely upon the claims drug companies make about their products,” said Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Civil Division Stuart F. Delery.  “And, as taxpayers, we have a right to ensure that federal health care dollars are spent appropriately.  That is why this Administration has continued to pursue aggressively – with all of our available law enforcement tools — those companies that corrupt our health care system.”

#GetActive Join the campaign to hold executives accountable or start you own today!

GM CEO Hasn’t Met With Investigators in Ignition Probe – WSJ

They have said that because GM allegedly covered up problems with the switch for more than a decade, and received support from the U.S. government during its bankruptcy, it should not fight against plaintiffs’ attempts to seek payment for their injuries. Reuters

Although Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, wouldn’t comment on the GM investigation, he did issue a clear warning to all automakers about avoiding the same mistakes made by Toyota. CNBC

Justice Department Announces Criminal Charge Against Toyota Motor Corporation and Deferred Prosecution Agreement with $1.2 Billion Financial Penalty

Also today, the Department of Justice announced a deferred prosecution agreement with TOYOTA (“the agreement”) under which the company admits that it misled U.S. consumers by concealing and making deceptive statements about two safety issues affecting its vehicles, each of which caused a type of unintended acceleration.

Google Flag on the Post

Amazing-maybe there isn’t freedom of speech anymore:

Google Attorney General Terrorists 10 22 2014


  • Hi Melayna,

    How do you come up with the Google graph? Does it mean that your keywords are blocked?

    As to the billions in criminal fines paid by terrorist corporations to the DOJ, why is it not paid to the actual victims instead of the government? Surely it does not cost billions of $ to prosecute those cases.

    If you are an injured patient, you are repeatedly injured by the system, over and over and over.

    Lana Keeton

    October 22, 2014 at 7:53 pm

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