Starting early 2007 short notices were posted on public forums titled “Countrywide – Beyond financial recklessness – corruption of the courts”. Today, three years later, the title needs only slight modification: “Bank of America – Beyond financial recklessness – corruption of the courts”.
Complaints are today pending before Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), and before US Department of Justice Inspector General, the subject matter of both being alleged criminality of senior management at Countrywide/Bank of America Corporation, and cover up of the same by US banking regulators, US Courts, FBI, and US Department of Justice. In both cases, Senator Dianne Feinstein issued inquiries on the respective US agencies why they would not respond on the complaints.
The complaint to OCC #00971981 provided credible evidence of criminality by Brian Moynihan, President/CEO of Bank of America Corporation, starting on December 11, 2008, less than 24 hours after his appointment to replace Mr Timothy Mayopoulos as General Counsel of Bank of America.  The unusual circumstances surrounding the ouster of Mr Mayopoulos were subject of investigation by NY State Attorney General and US Congress. Dr Zernik’s Complaint to OCC provided evidence that Mr Moynihan was ready, willing, able to collude in criminality, which Mr Mayopoulos brought to a halt. The evidence of criminal conduct by Brian Moynihan continued all the way to January 2010 – soon after his appointment as President of Bank of America Corporation. At that time he allegedly engaged in fraud in response on the complaint to OCC – to cover up his alleged criminality in conduct as General Counsel of Bank of America in December 2008.
The complaint pending before Inspector General of US Department of Justice alleged fraud by two senior officers of that Department – Kenneth Kaiser – Assistant Director for Criminal Investigations, and Kenneth Melson – then Director of the Executive Office of US Attorney General. The alleged fraud was in responses that the two officers provided to US Congress, Senator Dianne Feinstein and Congresswoman Diane Watson in August-September 2008, which effectively covered up criminal conduct by Countrywide senior management and refused to provide Complainant Joseph Zernik equal protection against alleged criminal conduct by Countrywide and Bank of America Corporation.
Responses by US agencies to Congressional Inquiries are typically due within 30 days. In both cases described above the agencies are late in their responses.
 Addendums to complaint against Bank of America Corporation and Brian Moynihan filed by Dr Joseph Zernik with US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
 Addendum to complaint against Kenneth Kaiser and Kenneth Melson senior officers of US Department of Justice, filed by Dr Joseph Zernik with US Office of the Inspector General of US Department of Justice
Tags: Judicial Corruption, Los Angeles County, California, Bank of America Corporation, US integrity/financial crisis
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States (load item map)
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