Securities and Exchange Commission Accused of Shredding Investigation Documents for Nearly Twenty Years (via JONATHAN TURLEY)

I strongly recommend to click on the links inserted in the post, where you can see this issue in the press.
It’s utterly concerning, that the SEC might be taking part in the business they should have under surveillance.

Securities and Exchange Commission Accused of Shredding Investigation Documents for Nearly Twenty Years Submitted by Elaine Magliaro, Guest Blogger Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to respond to allegations made by a whistleblower that the agency had destroyed files from preliminary investigations of financial firms—including Goldman Sachs, SAC Capital Advisors, Deutsche Bank, AIG, and Bernie Madoff Investment Securities. A Bloomberg article reported that Grassley’s request was prompted by a letter … Read More

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