Dallas whistleblower wants someone to go to jail for Citigroup’s mortgage mess.

Here, here.. And I concur…

You may remember my recent column on Richard Bowen, the Dallas banker who blew the whistle on Citigroup and is considered by many to be an unsung American hero.

The 68-year-old senior lecturer of accounting was once a top executive with Citigroup’s mortgage lending organization. When his warnings of internal malfeasance got him sacked, Bowen filed a complaint under Sarbanes-Oxley and later testified before Congress.

He has nothing to show for his efforts.

Well, he’s not done.

On Friday morning, Bowen appeared on Bloomberg Television’s Market Makers hosted by Stephanie Ruhle. He announced that he’s requested a congressional investigation into possible cover-ups he says he witnessed at the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.

But time is running out for charges to be filed.

Read on.

One response to “Dallas whistleblower wants someone to go to jail for Citigroup’s mortgage mess.

  1. Reblogged this on Deadly Clear and commented:
    Amen. Won’t happen in this administration… But remember Republicans eat their own.

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