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“The Immaculate Corruption”
This week: More reporting that powerful interests tried to keep off the air.
Big banks paid tens of billions of dollars in fines for alleged fraud and misrepresentation after the U.S. mortgage crisis. But not one top banker has been indicted or gone to prison. Some call it The Immaculate Corruption. Sunday on Full Measure, I’ll investigate why the Congressionally-appointed panel convened to look into the crisis sealed its records — and what was in them. A former top Citigroup executive-turned-whistleblower, Richard Bowen, helps us navigate through the paperwork.
Former Citigroup executive-turned-whistleblower Richard Bowen
Back in 2005, I broke the news about a possible link between Viagra and blindness. This week, I speak to the eye doctor who was the first to publicize the issue, Dr. Howard Pomeranz, for an update.
Dr. Howard Pomeranz
I’ll also speak to the architect of the plan to withhold funding from sanctuary cities, Congressman John Culberson.
Congressman John Culberson (R-Texas)
And Scott Thuman reports from a restaurant in Russia — on Obamapizza.
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Sharyl Attkisson is author of “The Smear,” available for pre-order now. It’s the sequel to the New York Times best seller “Stonewalled.”
2008 December: President Obama nominates Hillary Clinton for secretary of state. 2009 Jan. 13: Reports say the clintonemail.com domain was established. Jan. 21: Senate confirms Clinton as secretary of state. March 18: Clinton will later name this as the date she began using a private server for government business. 2012 Sept. 11: Islamic extremists launch […]