The other story that has been lost in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy is a forty-three trillion dollar lawsuit that may have been the impetus behind the death of two young children, supposedly killed by their beloved nanny.
Let’s start by looking at the lawsuit.
The complaint, filed in Federal District Court in Brooklyn and served to thousands of “banksters,” – yes, the lawsuit actually uses that term – accuses major banks and the U.S. government of conspiring to defraud the American people through the mortgage scandal and the subsequent bailout. As a result, funds that belong to the U.S. Treasury are currently being used to run the banks.
Therefore, those funds must be returned.
In lieu of that, the defendants may respond by acquiescing to a full independent audit of The Fed and the bailout funds, including those from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
You may read the entire lawsuit here, complete with the list of mortgage companies and banks named as defendants.
If you decide to do so, set aside a few hours. The document contains more than four hundred pages.
The law firm behind the suit, Spire Law Group, released a press release last week that was posted on two mainstream news sites.
In the past, MSM has typically ignored these types of stories. For example, last winter, I wrote about a Trillion Dollar Lawsuit that was covered by alternative sites and ignored by mainstream media.
Therefore, I was surprised to find this story covered on CNBC and the Wall Street Journal‘s Market Watch.
As of the writing of this article, I can still access the full press release on Market Watch.
All that is left there is a couple of comments about the article.
The press release has disappeared.
Thankfully, Sherrie from the Sherrie Questioning All website thought this might happen, so she took screenshots of the CNBC post as soon as she noticed it. You may see them by clicking here.
This brings us to the second part of the story.
A few hours after the press release appeared on CNBC, two children were stabbed to death in a luxury apartment located close to Central Park in New York City.
Their beloved nanny was also stabbed.
The official story is that the nanny did it. She’s currently in a medically-induced coma and hasn’t been questioned.
Soon thereafter, the press release about the lawsuit disappeared from the CNBC website.
I do not know if the violence was related to the lawsuit.
The timeline certainly makes it look that way.
I do know that this story has faded from the headlines in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.