Yes, I typed that number in correctly. I was up late the other night (frick the flu, by the way) listening to Coast to Coast AM and heard them discussing this lawsuit that someone was trying to bring against either the Fed or the Treasury for $39 trillion dollars.
Obviously they won't win, but does anyone know anything about this? What are they suing for? Why did any attorney take a case like this? Why hasn't a judge thrown this out?
It may just be another of their crazy conspiracy theories, but I'm curious.
TOPAL LSU Fan Member since Mar 2010 889 posts Online
re: Anyone know anything about this $39 Trillion law suit thing?(Posted by TOPAL on 11/13/12 at 2:45 pm to FT)
Maybe related to various company stockholders lawsuit. Claims that fed(sec) let naked shares get sold in the market knowing the brokers were committing fraud.
If anyone has time to read some crazy shit; search white hat reports and start from #1. If any of these insiders facts are correct about global settlements and the corrupt leaders of the globe we are screwed.
FT Georgia Tech Fan Aston Villa Supporter Member since Oct 2003 18964 posts
re: Anyone know anything about this $39 Trillion law suit thing?(Posted by FT on 11/13/12 at 3:05 pm to Duane Dibbley)
That looks like what they were discussing.
You guys don't like Coast to Coast AM? It's awesome. I mean, I don't listen as a news source any more than you might watch Maury to see how functional humans behave. I just like hearing the theories and all. It's fascinating to me that someone has come up with a theory that all of these major world figures are secretly reptiles or that UFO's are in contact with the president and the extreme depths these people go to to explain them and make them seem rational.