Too big to fail. But now there is a small bit of stability in AIG after the rescue. The investors and shareholders who would have gotten NOTHING if AIG went under in 2008 are now holding their hand out and suing the taxpayer in the US for compensation. Jewish bankers at their finest..
Maurice R. "Hank" Greenberg, the longtime former chief executive of American International Group Inc., launched a legal challenge to the government's 2008 takeover of AIG, alleging the move was unconstitutional.
Mr. Greenberg's lawyers on Monday sued the U.S. and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on behalf of Starr International Co. and other AIG shareholders. The lawsuits accused the Treasury Department and New York Fed of wrongly tak
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