Who was against Judicial Accountability
Sat Dec 16, 2006 23:42

Who was against Judicial Accountability Amendment E and Why?

Opposition to Judicial Accountability
includes the following big money donors:

National Assn. of Mutual Insurance
Companies, Indianapolis, Indiana: $ 50,000.00

Citibank, Sioux Falls, SD: $50,000.00

Exxon Mobil, Irving, TX: $25,000.00

Wells Fargo Bank, Sioux Falls, SD: $25,000.00

First Premier Bank, Sioux Falls, SD: $25,000.00

Dacotah Bank, Aberdeen, SD: $20,250.00

First National Bank, Sioux Falls, SD: $20,000.00

CorTrust Bank, Mitchell, SD: $20,000.00

BankWest, Pierre, SD: $20,000.00

Washington DC US Chamber of Commerce: $15,000

Woods, Fuller, Schultz, Sioux Falls, SD,
large attorney firm: $15,000.00

Lets start with the banks and insurance industry as they seem to be the really big donors against Judicial Accountability. What most people don't understand unless they keep watch on the New York Stock Market, is that everyone of these banks are nothing more than branches of the big global Banks. Take Citibank for example, Citibank is only one branch owned by Citigroup which back in the mid 80's, either through mergerso r takeovers brought banking and insurance under one roof. Citigroup was involved in both the Enron and WorldCom Scandals.

Also in 2001 Citibank settled a lawsuit for improperly assessing late fees. The class action lawsuit was for 45 million dollars. Following this Citibank lobbied in Congress, to pass legislation that would limit class action lawsuits to 5 million dollars unless they were initiated on a federal level (Class Action Fairness Act of 2005). Many consumer advocate websites report that Citibank is still improperly assessing late fees. CLICK HERE and scroll down to Scandsls to read more.

This article could go on and on but I think you get the idea that banks and insurance companies are really one and the same company under different names, and have a vested interest in keeping their power over state and federal legislators and courts.

As for Attorneys, well, who has the big bucks to retain them. Not you or I.

So it shouldn't be a surprise that banks, insurance companies and attorney's are ALL in bed together against Judicial Accountability

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