These crooks are all sure of their immunity their ego and inflated sense of self worth does not allow them to view themselves as fall guys though in fact they are.
BoA, Citi, Deutsche fund and purchase these criminal lenders and servicers and they work hand in hand with the crooks on Wall street Goldman, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and the rating agencies such as Fitch which was formed the same year as the Fed itself.
These crooks work as a wolf pack they very well may compete against and even hate each other but they have a common purpose of looting our assets without actually getting a job like the rest of us have to pay bills. They will turn on each other as the sub-prime and alt-a ship sinks and they are left holding the bag, but this was designed from the beginning they key question is who really does hold the notes.
Fitch ratings is a London and N.Y.C. based company that was started to profit from the Bank of England fractional reserve system which was foisted on the American public in the hysteria proceeding WWI it was designed to make a fortune for a handful of people using other peoples money as seed.
Fitch Ratings, Ltd. is an international credit rating agency dual-headquartered in New York City and London. It was one of the three Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations (NRSRO) designated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 1975, together with Moody's and Standard & Poor's. A. M. Best and Dominion Bond Rating Service have subsequently joined those three as NRSROs.
The firm was founded by John Knowles Fitch on December 24, 1913 in New York City as the Fitch Publishing Company. It merged with London-based IBCA Limited in December 1997, and is majority-owned by Fimalac (From Wikipedia.fr: Fimalac), a Paris, France-based holding company. In 2000 Fitch acquired both Chicago, Illinois-based Duff & Phelps Credit Rating Co. (April) and Thomson BankWatch (December). Fitch is the smallest of the "big three" NRSROs, covering a smaller share of the market than S&P and Moody's, though it has grown with acquisitions and frequently positions itself as a "tie-breaker" when those other two agencies have ratings similar, but not equal, in scale.
Stephen W. Joynt is Chief Executive Officer of Fitch Group, Inc., the parent company of Fitch Ratings, Algorithmics and Fitch Training. Joynt also serves as Chief Executive Officer of Algorithmics, Inc. and as President and Chief Executive Officer of Fitch Ratings.