PRESCOTT LOVERN files Multi-Trillion dollar lawsuit regarding Currency Transaction Reports

October 1, 2012

Prescott Lovern filed a Private Attorney General lawsuit today in D.C. Superior Court, Case No. 2012 CA 007778B, over the illegal collection of social security numbers, part and parcel to Currency Transaction Report (CTR) – FINCEN Form 104, because the banks doing the form on behalf of the federal government, and the Form itself, do not provide required statutory disclosure before collecting the SSN, resulting in federal felonies every time a 104 CTR is done. There are between 12-14 million CTRs done annually, and there have been over a 100 million federal felonies committed in the last 4 years by the executive branch and U.S. banks.

Statutory damages are in the trillions for each named defendant, and their are 56 named defendants, including Treasury Officials, FINCEN Officials, National Bank Executives, Bank Regulators, Ben Bernanke – Federal Reserve Chairman, all federal reserve banks, and major bank holding companies who have branches in Washington, D.C. [Citigroup, Bank of America Corporation,BB&T Corporation, Citizens Financial Group,JP Morgan Chase & CO, Fifth Third Bancorp, HSBC North America Holdings, Inc., M&T Bank Corporation, PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.,SunTrust Banks, Inc.,TD Bank US Holdings, US Bancorp, and Wells Fargo & Co]; plus, Deutsche Bank Corporation and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas.

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