Going after the meltdown/bailout profiteers

Via Scott Zimmerle and Metafilter:

“Meet financial advisor Mike Morgan. He started an anti-Goldman Sachs website to examine “what part Goldman Sachs and their executives played in the current Global Economic Crisis.” The investment bank and its lawyers told him to cease and desist. So Morgan sued Goldman (pdf). The response has been overwhelming. Morgan is now organizing volunteers to go after the other banksters.”

(For confirmation of the fundamentally fraudulent nature of the practices that caused the meltdown, see this remarkable video interview of William K. Black by Bill Moyers)

The invitation by Mike Morgan:

“I have started the website http://www.goldmansachs666.com/ to reveal the extent of Goldman Sachs’ part in the current financial crisis gripping the world. But it doesn’t stop there. Once our volunteer team is in place to manage GoldmanSachs666.com we will move on to the next companies that appear to have had a hand in the financial crisis.

Here is our list of where we wills start gathering information and putting together a very comprehensive information resource for the media, politicians and Attorneys General. We have not even put a splash page up on these sites yet, but that should start next week.

JP Morgan Team – www.JPMorgan666.com

PIMCO Team – www.PIMCO666.com

Wells Fargo – Wachovia Team – www.WellsFargo666.com

Bank of America – Merrill Team – www.BankOfAmerica666.com

Morgan Stanley – www.MorganStanley666.com

Citigroup – www.CitiGroup666.com

If you are interested in working on any of these Teams or submitting information to our Teams, please sign up for our email list at http://www.goldmansachs666.com/ We will keep everyone posted as we move to the next website development.”

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