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Libor collusion was rife, culture went right to the top

Tuesday, August 07, 2012 - 02:27

Aug. 7 - Libor-rigging was common knowledge, widespread, and went on for years. So says former banker Doug Keenan, whose offer to testify to UK lawmakers was turned down because it didn't fit their ''narrative''

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It's. In their collusion they were using email. Actually they left for red record of their we'll -- we'll hopefully. Fraudulent activity. -- coverage affordable for -- believe written record. First of the culture most deeply supportive when I read you from those very. I got physically yeah he's. Holdup for the first went investigations Byrd and David you also talked with or -- effectively -- them. Although the treasury and US to vote before the Rangers were. Because these first person to help or reporters from being. Just sort of being attacked the dvd -- When I approached the treasury committee offered to tough play for. They think that they did Norwalk Hospital one on. The reason they gave with the that would call for the comparative that they voted off it was something -- -- itself. I think what we'll do from the scapegoat sort of thing which is exactly what they're doing you know they themselves were the ones who were supporting the banks doing these sorts of things. Even back in 91 and earlier but this doesn't represent the Barkley is that I know and I loved it doesn't represent the work with -- 140000. People there was. -- -- As of Charlie Norwood like when I lost money and I -- for the portfolios of organization vision reported humorous but I was totally. -- affect things would work properly. You win tonight. I don't believe that they want the truth to promote the development for the corruption the best available person. What we want them.

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Libor collusion was rife, culture went right to the top

Tuesday, August 07, 2012 - 02:27