I received a rather interesting email earlier. It stands pretty well on it’s own. Keep the Faith!
Judge Lamberth’s Perry Capital opinion quotes section 4617, (a)(1)(7) of HERA
“When acting as conservator or receiver, the Agency shall not be subject to the direction or supervision
of any other agency of the United States or any State in the exercise of the rights, powers,
and privileges of the Agency.”
and Judge Sweeney said:
“… but the whole purpose of this exercise, that is before me now, is to allow the plaintiff to have their day in court
and for them to have the opportunity to explore whether or not the United States Government,
whether you are talking about Treasury or whoever it was, whether they directed the conservatorships to take certain actions,
whether they were really the guiding force and therefore they really were not independent… or at least for the purpose of the net worth sweep acting at the direction of the United States government.
Whether the conservators were taking marching orders from within the United States government,
regardless of the branch, whether you are talking about the Executive… or whether it was Congress working in conjunction with the White House or Treasury, whoever might be, then that information has to be brought forward.”
When googling geithner freedom of information act the first hit is:
From the date of the appointment of DeMarco to the announcement of the 3rd amendment
there were three meetings that coincided with the litigation of these cases.
On November 28th, 2011 Geithner met with DeMarco and on the following day November 29th, 2011
Demarco appointed Richard Hornsby as FHFA’s Chief Operating Officer.
Richard Hornsby was recently in the news for threatening DeMarco.
On August 16th, 2012 Geithner met with DeMarco and on the following day August 17th, 2012 the 3rd Amendment was announced.
On December 21, 2010 Geithner had dinner with Senator Mark Warner, the author of the Warner-Corker bill,
the day after the December 20, 2010 memo from Jeffrey Goldstein to Geithner suggesting an option to set the PCF equal to any generated positive net income.
Geithner only met 2 Senators for dinner during this time period. Mark Warner on 2 occasions and Charles Schumer on 2 occasions.
All Meetings between Geithner and DeMarco from the day DeMarco took office to the day of the 3rd Amendment.
August 25: DeMarco appointed Acting Director of FHFA
August 25 2009 – October 15 2010: no meetings
October 15: Conference Call with HUD Secretary Donovan, Tom PeTrilli, Justice, Ed DeMarco, FHFA, Diana Farrell,
November 24: Call to Ed DeMarco
December 13: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
January 7: Meeting with Ed DeMarco and others, Secretary’s Sman Conference Room
April 4: Meeting with HUD Secretary Donovan and FHFA Director DeMarco, Secretary’s Small Conference RoomSeptember 1: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
October 19: Call to Ed DeMarco
October 21: Call to Ed DeMarco
November 28: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
November 29: DeMarco appoints Richard Hornsby as FHFA’s Chief Operating Officer
January 6: Meeting with Ed Demarco, Margaret Burns, Secretary’s Small Conference Room
January 19: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Small Conference Room
February 21: Call from Ed DeMarco
March 22: Call to Ed DeMarco
March 29: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Mario Ugoletti, Secretary’s Small Conference Room
April 24: Monthly Meeting with FHFA Acting Director Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
May 14: Meeting with FHFA Acting Director Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
May 14: Monthly Meeting with FHFA Acting Director Ed DeMarco, Mario Ugoletti, Secretary’s Small Conference Room
May 17: One-on-One Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
May 31: Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
June 7: Monthly Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
June 25: Bi-Weekly Meeting with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
July 25: Bi-Weekly Meeting with Ed Demarco, Secretary’s Office
August 16: Bi-Weekly with Ed DeMarco, Secretary’s Office
August 17: 3rd Amendment