Well it looks as if I spoke too soon. In last week’s post, I was excited about the National Archives release of the first of many FCIC documents which had been sealed for five years, including my behind-closed-doors testimony (available here). I commented on the coincidence of this five year lockup period paralleling the statute of limitations.
And I was excited that the media had discovered and immediately jumped on the FCIC having made a referral to the DOJ for possible violations of law by Robert Rubin, quoting the March 13, Fortune Magazine article by Stephen Gandel about the referrals and Rubin’s and Citi’s involvement.
I thought this was huge, and I was particularly excited because I noted that the newly released documents that the FCIC also made a second Citigroup referral for possible violations of law, with this second referral based solely on my testimony and evidence provided to the Commission. And there was no doubt in my mind that the media would be all over this and finally justice would prevail.
Well, I was wrong.