Skip to comments.Atlanta judge pitches federal PBGS/CFPB case against Global Payments
Posted on 08/30/2017 7:14:03 AM PDT by spintreebob
Saying the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau blatantly ignored his directions, a federal judge in Atlanta dismissed the agencys claims against a metro Atlanta payment processor and three others for allegedly aiding fraudulent debt collectors...
U.S. District Judge Richard Story sanctioned the PBGC by dismissing its complaints....
The judge said the PBGC repeatedly stonewalled the defending lawyer's efforts to find out the facts of the case against their clients.
The CFPB willfully violated the courts repeated instructions to identify for defendants the factual bases for its claims and that, in each deposition, it willfully failed to present a knowledgeable . witness,...
The judge noted that the CFPB resisted allowing its staff members to be questioned in depositions, then produced uncooperative witnesses.
They demonstrate a willful disregard of the courts instructions,
(Excerpt) Read more at ajc.com ...
If the private sector accused did break the law, the Dept of Justice should prosecute.
The power to prosecute is the power to destroy. Just ask Scooter Libby, among others.
Why is this org not shut down?
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