Wednesday, April 21, 2010

How Scared is Goldman Sachs ?

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April 21, 2010 by: theback9
Well if you know the name of Greg Craig you would say that they are scared out of there mind because you don’t call this man unless you got pockets as deep as the grand Canyon or you have Nuclear Situation at hand. Here’s a list of the clients that he had represented
·         Craig represented United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan during the Volker Commission's investigations in 2004 into the scandals involving the oil-for-food programme
·         Pedro Miguel González Pinzón, a Panamanian legislator wanted in the US for the murder in 1992 of a US soldier, and the attempted murder of another
·         Craig had earlier represented the Panamá government during the trial in 1990 of the former president, General Manuel Noriega[11] and had sought the return to Panamá's treasury of funds stolen by Noriega.
·         In 1981, he was a member of the team that represented John W. Hinckley, Jr., who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan. helping put together an insanity defense that led to Hinckley's acquittal.[7]
·         Craig represented Senator Ted Kennedy during the 1991 rape trial of William Kennedy Smith.[8] (The Senator himself faced no charges in this trial.)
·         Mr. Craig represented the former CIA Director, Richard Helms, who was under grand jury investigation for alleged perjury in his 1973 testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, concerning the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, and the role the United States played in it.
So now you be the judge of how scared Goldman Sachs is.

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