NYSE, NASDAQ, FINRA, SEC, OBAMA DOJ, OBAMA TREASURY DEPT., FEDERAL RESERVE, CONSPIRED TO COVER-UP THE LARGEST ILLEGAL TRANSFER OF WEALTH IN HISTORY, BIGGER THAN THE REAL ESTATE SCANDAL.

PRESCOTT LOVERN, SR. LEGAL NEWS – Prescott Lovern, Sr. (Lovern)

UPDATE: July 12, 2017

The Federal Reserve Board (FRB) Members, plus the FRB Office of General Counsel, are continuing to cover-up the massive fraud / RICO Conspiracy in the Financial Industry. Janet Yellen is not very smart considering she is about to become a private citizen.

July 7, 2017

Certain American People [100s of thousands] do not know that their pockets have been picked for almost 50 years, and, to cover-up this multi-trillion dollar theft, massive securities fraud has been committed by public stock companies who benefited from the illegal International RICO Conspiracy (RICO Conspiracy), while manipulating the market[s]. Unfortunately, there is not enough money to pay back the victims without crashing the stock market.

Now that we have a President who actually cares about the taxpayers, and an honest U.S. Attorney General, it’s time to deal with this outrageous scam, and if nothing else, punish the guilty parties.

The NYSE & NASDAQ Exchanges are being used by the SEC to cover-up the RICO Conspiracy, just like they did with the real estate scandal, part and parcel to the National Archives scandal. Same church, different pew. Guilty companies are getting nervous as they are starting to threaten Lovern. Anybody close to the situation should know that won’t work.

Banks “Too Big to Fail,” that was created because of the real estate scandal. The leftover Obama regime is losing control of the RICO Conspiracy.

Steven D. Laughton, Assistant General Counsel (Banking & Finance) U.S. Treasury, and, Bamil Patel, Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary for the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) and responsible for day to day operations at the FSCO, which is responsible for overseeing risks in the financialsystem, are both refusing to discuss  the RICO Conspiracy with Lovern. So Much for FSOC’s Transparency Policy.

Stay tuned.

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