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Arrest Warrant Issued To JP Morgan-Chase CEO Jamie Dimon

March 4, 2010 by admin 
                       
                                       

Adam Murphy, CBS Atlanta Consumer Investigator

ATLANTA — Atlanta City Solicitor Raines Carter told CBS Atlanta News that the city has issued an arrest warrant for the person they believe is responsible for an illegal tire dump located at 1462 Memorial Drive.

“We have filed a citation against this entity and it is our intention to prosecute this entity in court for that violation,” said Carter.

The city solicitor said a bank executive in New York is the person responsible for cleaning up the hundreds of tires that are piled up on the property. The arrest citation names James Dimon as the responsible person. He’s the CEO of JPMorgan Chase Bank.

“It is certainly our intention for him to be aware of this because we want something done about this as soon as possible,” said CarterCarter said that the arrest warrant was issued because no one from Chase Bank showed up in Atlanta municipal court last week regarding the illegal dumping charges.

“So your tax records show that Chase Bank is the responsible party?” asked CBS Atlanta’s Adam Murphy. “Yes, as of the date of this violation,” said Carter.

CBS Atlanta News contacted a representative with JPMorgan Chase Bank and they said they were looking into the matter. They also said they had contacted Atlanta’s municipal court and they will work with them, if in fact they are responsible.

http://www.mfi-miami.com/arrest-warrant-issued-to-jp-morgan-chase-ceo-jamie-dimon
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4 Justice Now

Hmmm, upholding the law... what a novel idea that is.  Hopefully, it will catch on, but I seriously doubt it.

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Digger
This is nothing compared with what is trickling down Mortgage Fraud River.

What I like about mortgage fraud is that there is so much evidence available for investigators and prosecutors.
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arkygirl
Oh, the irony!

With mountains of alleged frauds, thefts and other financial chicanery, this bank and it's CEO is brought low by a mountain of old tires. Maybe all cities will follow this path and keep Mr. Dimon and his bank busy in America's courtrooms for a long, long time over these issues. Why should taxpayers be on the hook to clean up these properties that these banks couldn't wait to add to their REO?

And maybe, just maybe, these arrogant basterds will learn to show up in court when summoned?

Where are the property managers? Don't have 'em? Better get 'em!

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