Sunday, January 6, 2013
Sunday, January 06 @ 19:29 : Armenia, AM
Sunday, January 06 @ 19:27 : Los Angeles, California, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 19:20 : Jerusalem, IL
Sunday, January 06 @ 19:18 : Las Vegas, Nevada, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 16:33 : Taiwan, TW
Sunday, January 06 @ 02:52 : Brooklyn, New York, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 02:45 : Kraków, PL
Sunday, January 06 @ 02:29 : Everett, Washington, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 01:44 : Mountain View, California, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 01:44 : Scranton, Pennsylvania, US
Sunday, January 06 @ 01:31 : Concord, New Hampshire, US
13-01-03 PRESS RELEASE: FATCA, Stanley Fischer - complaint asks release of $250,000 seized of "US Person" by Israeli Bank HaPoalim
The complaint asks the release of $250,000, unlawfully seized from "US Person" by the Israeli Bank HaPoalim, BM. The conduct has no foundation in either the law of the State of Israel, or the law of the United States, but appears to have been induced by Bank of Israel's Stanley Fischer unparalleled, unconditional submission to the United States FACTA. Petition, previously filed with the Israeli High Court of Justice claimed that Fischer exchanged his loyalty to the State of Israel and its law with loyalty to another nation and its law, and/or loyalty to financial institutions and their interests. The case captures the financial crisis in a nutshell – criminality by financial institution is patronized by national banking regulators and the national highest courts. In this case – under the guise of compliance with United States law by Israeli banks. Eventually, the territory of "FACTA-compliance" is likely to coincide with the territory of the financial crisis, through corruption of banking regulation of other nations, under United States coercion.
It reminds me a bit of the treatment of Richard Fine by the Los Angeles TImes and other media (to the degree that they covered it at all), relative to his persistent demands that judges in Los Angeles recuse from cases involving Los Angeles County - the payer of "not permitted" payments to the judges.