In the latest edition of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser interviews John Titus, they guy behind the All The Plenary’s Men documentary which looks at why, after the HSBC bank admitted in 2012 that it had laundered money for drug cartels and terrorists, a move to prosecute the bank and its officials was reversed by then Attorney General Eric Holder at the behest of George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK at the time.
If you’ve ever wondered why bankers never get prosecuted (except in Iceland), this is the reason…
And here’s John Titus’ All The Plenary’s Men documentary:
Who is John Titus? He holds a masters degree in electrical engineering as well as a law degree and he uses these to pursue his “day job”. However, Titus is also a staunch critic of central banking, the Federal Reserve system and his diligent research has uncovered numerous lies and deceptions from the U.S. Federal Reserve regarding their actions/policies since 2008. He is the creator and executive producer of the “BestEvidence” YouTube channel and all of his documentaries can be found there.