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Trump’s Administration Obstructs Justice in Goldman Sachs Cases

By Aaron Kesel

Everybody can seemingly see that Trump’s campaign promises to empty the engulf of Goldman Sachs is comprehensive malarkey. If you can’t, you may be stuck in the rejection proviso of promises of change that Obama supporters years ago believed was coming to no avail.

Not only has the stream POTUS breached his promises, what we have – arguably – is a White House cupboard pressed to the cream stuffing oozing with Goldman Sachs personnel.

The thing is, Goldman Sachs is guilty of ripping off America, and still has rapist conspiracies interference probity on a grand scale, as my series on Wall Street frauds is indicating out (here – here – here).

Back in Nov 2016, Politico pointed out that Steve Mnuchin, Steve Bannon (now resigned), Anthony Scaramucci and Gary Cohn are all Goldman Sachs alumni.


In Mar 2017, the Congressional news website – The Hill– forked out Trump had nominated two other Goldman Sachs alum, James Donovan, and Dina Powell.

Also transpiring in Mar 2017 was a assignment that eToys whistleblower Laser Haas sued to block; which is vivid the nation.

Though you may have listened about Trump nominating Jay Clayton to be top Commissioner of the SEC, what you didn’t hear about is the fact that the Washington, D.C. Clerk of Court illegally blocked eToys whistleblower Laser Haas’s lawsuit seeking a TRO (here) to retard Jay Clayton, due to his being directly related to 3 rapist co-conspirators.

It is good famous that Jay Clayton was a partner at Sullivan Cromwell law firm, which represents Goldman Sachs in New York; and that Mr. Clayton’s wife (Gretchen) is a partner at Goldman Sachs Mergers Acquisition division.

A lesser-known fact, as forked out by the New York Times, is the fact that Jay Clayton was invested in Bain Capital.

Here’s the attrition of all these Goldman Sachs facts. As reported by this reporter, in the Wall Street rascal ongoing series, back in 1997 Mitt Romney, Bain Capital and Thomas Lee Partners were aided by Goldman Sachs, to get concerned with “The Learning Company.”

As we reported, another Goldman Sachs law organisation (MNAT) worked the Delaware partnership of The Learning Company with Mattel, which eventually resulted in a inauspicious detriment of $4 billion dollars for Mattel investors.

There appears to have been no examination or charge of the open company baked books fraud; and that seems to be the outcome of another Wall Street revolving doorway with the sovereign systems of probity (DOJ.)

Recently, this contributor did a extensive report on the dynamics of Delaware sovereign prosecutor Colm F. Connolly.

Connolly, as reported, clerked for 3rd Circuit Judge Walter K. Stapleton (who just so happens to have been a partner of MNAT).

Colm then became an Assistant United States Attorney in 1992 – and he remained there until 1999 – where Connolly switched sides to turn a partner of MNAT.

Also, in 1999, Goldman Sachs took eToys public, and there appears to be a dispute of seductiveness issue where eToys.com batch cost went above $75; but Goldman Sachs separate all the income above $20 per share – with handpicks (see NYT Mar 2013 essay “Rigging the I.P.O. Game”).

Whilst Colm Connolly was a partner of the MNAT law firm, MNAT conspired to slice off court-approved clients of Laser Haas CLI entity and eToys.

Furtively, MNAT was harming Laser and eToys for the advantage of MNAT’s secret clients/partners of Mattel, Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital, Paul Traub, Barry Gold, Michael Glazer and Colm Connolly.

Laser was the 2001 court-appointed fiduciary of eToys, who stopped MNAT Paul Traub’s schemes to sell eToys billion dollar open company for $5.4 million to Bain Capital/KB (with Michael Glazer as CEO of KB).

When Laser ‘s efforts forced the eToys case bids up, into the tens of millions of dollars, the bad faith parties offering Laser a million dollar cheat to close up and stop whistleblowing, and a possibility to turn a roaming manager for Bain Capital.

The cheat was incited down By Laser and reported to the Delaware Department of Justice in mid-2001.

Apparently, Goldman Sachs always has the ability to get its compared parties “planted” into pivotal supervision positions, hich as this series has demonstrated time and time again is a little some-more than just a coincidence.

Upon Laser branch down and stating the bribe, Colm Connolly was then returned to the Delaware Department of Justice; this time as top dog, to be The United States Attorney in Delaware (where Colm presided over KB, Fingerhut, MNAT, Paul Traub, Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital, Learning/Mattel and eToys billions of dollars in rascal cases).

It wasn’t until 2007 that Laser schooled the fact Colm Connolly was a partner of MNAT, which is convenient due to the fact that Colm Connolly, around his Assistant U.S. Attorney, Ellen Slights, continued to exclude to examine MNAT and its partners/clients.

On Dec 7, 2007, Laser reported (here) the contribution of Colm Connolly’s bad faith to the Los Angeles United States Attorney office, where the Public Corruption Task Force was housed.

Instead of addressing Colm Connolly’s profanation of the public’s trust, GW Bush’s drifting buddy, Tom O’Brien, walked into his weekly staff meeting, berating sovereign prosecutors, as he close down the Public Corruption special unit.

Making matters extensively iniquitous and some-more egregious, O’Brien had the pure gall to bluster career sovereign prosecutors to keep their mouths close – or else (see L.A. Times Mar 2008 essay “Shake-up collection sovereign prosecutors”).

In other words, Goldman Sachs, even before Donald Trump handed Sachs the keys to the kingdom, was means to hinder probity in almost every way conceivable.

Now that Goldman Sachs has gotten divided with interference probity for the better partial of 20 years, including retaliating against whistleblower Laser Haas, while benefiting from racketeering partnership with Bain Capital, Goldman Sachs sees an even bigger possibility with Mitt Romney using for Senate (that everybody knows means a run in 2020) and a renomination of Colm Connolly for the sovereign bench.

On top of all that, Jay Clayton feels so secure in his Goldman Sachs deterrent of probity position that Clayton is now proposing a new model of restraint investors from suing Wall Street (see Newsmax Jan 2018 essay “Trump’s SEC mulls big gift” to Wall Street).

Meanwhile, Clayton seeks to play “cryptocurrency cop” wanting to make SEC regulations on bland American investors in a flighty marketplace that is redistributing resources to normal adults by financial record as the new cryptocurrency conference on Congress displayed – an apparent counterbalance of Clayton’s promise of office. In one case he wants to make the law; in the other, he wants to deregulate existent laws enabling rascal for his buddies on Wall St.

Why are you, Mr. Clayton, changing laws to advantage a few; and seeking to dispossess investors of their authorised right to calibrate grievances? Why have you nonetheless to designate an eccentric questioner into the eToys cases? As for you Mr. President Trump, it is transparent that you are going out of the way to assure Goldman Sachs and its partner Bain Capital continue to get divided with their Wall Street frauds. Don’t you have adequate issues with deterrent of probity already?

If all that isn’t enough, we now have Mick Mulvaney, who is on record stating he hates the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), in charge of the agency tasked with safeguarding consumers. However, he is not as the Equifax case demonstrates.  Mr. Mulvaney, caring to elaborate since it’s fine for you to stymie investigations and have conflicts of seductiveness in preference of payday lenders?

Trump is compounding his Goldman Sachs carnage by renominating corrupt sovereign prosecutor, Colm F. Connolly, to turn a Delaware Federal District Court Judge, where Colm will be 1 of only 4 judges to examination MNAT, Bain Capital, and Goldman Sachs-related cases.

As this inquisitive publisher recently reported about Colm Connolly, there is transparent justification that Colm Connolly’s Bar Card should be yanked, and – utterly presumably – Connolly should be tried in a probity and sent to jail.

After Colm’s partner, MNAT, threw Laser out of eToys, MNAT, in 2002, nominated Tom Petters Ponzi “control” partner and schemer, Paul Traub, to sue Goldman Sachs (who was represented by Sullivan Cromwell) for eToys batch fraud.

Goldman Sachs sued Goldman Sachs, and eToys lost again.

Furthermore, with whistleblower Laser Haas out of the way and MNAT partner Colm Connolly “planted” back into the Department of Justice to assure no investigations or prosecutions would come against Paul Traub, Goldman Sachs or Bain Capital, MNAT was means to revoke the sales of eToys to Bain Capital/ KB.

The thing is, MNAT is the court-approved law organisation to represent eToys, which means MNAT tricked its court-approved client for the consequence of its secret – some-more remunerative clients – of Goldman Sachs Bain Capital.

Too many times, sovereign agents and even agencies have threatened whistleblower Laser Haas, instead of doing their pursuit of impediment and prosecuting Wall Street frauds.

Just last week this contributor wrote an essay (here) on the FBI and Delaware Assistant United States Attorney Ellen Slights using the FBI to bluster Laser Haas after eToys shareholder Robert Alber woke up passed and Laser reported it.

Thousands have lost billions, and many have died! (Some of these people have been named while others have remained unknown for reserve reasons.)

To sum all up…

Laser blew the alarm on eToys, in 2001. Around that time, MNAT became a partner in the crimes of Mattel/Learning, Fingerhut, KB and eToys frauds.

Colm Connolly was an partner sovereign prosecutor who became a partner of the MNAT law organisation in 1999; and then Colm returned to being a sovereign prosecutor on Aug 2, 2001.

Connolly’s return to the DOJ arguably was to make certain of no examination or prosecutions of MNAT and its secret clients of Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital (and Paul Roy Traub), who to echo was the control of the Tom Petters Ponzi nonetheless was never jailed or investigated for his impasse in other prior schemes.

Many cases were looted following of the crime to assist and abet the countless racketeering acts of MNAT, Paul Traub, Sullivan Cromwell/Goldman Sachs partnership with Bain Capital schemes and artifices to defraud.

Colm Connolly and Jay Clayton are still interference probity by their refusing to recuse themselves and their unqualified failures to come clean.

Trump, Sessions, the FBI, Jay Clayton/SEC and Delaware Assistant United States Attorney Ellen Slights were sued on Mar 22nd, 2017 by Laser Haas, where those parties were alerted to the case specifics.

It is irregular and frightful that Trump’s Administration watchdog agencies are remaining in contemptible overpower concerning the Goldman Sachs Bain Capital Wall Street rascal cases; since Laser’s many new lawsuit is almost a year old now.

Given the definite evidence, such as Colm Connolly’s résumé (here) being explanation that Colm was a partner of MNAT; and the FBI contacts with Laser being irrefutable; then it is a compounding energetic that Trump has nominated Colm Connolly for the Delaware Federal Bench.

Who gave the sequence for the Washington D.C. Clerk of Court to remove Laser’s Mar 22, 2017, lawsuit against Jay Clayton – until May 24, 2017 – which was 3 weeks after Jay Clayton was confirmed?


As is plain to see, Trump is vouchsafing racketeers take over the sovereign systems of justice, while he spends some-more vacation golf days than the last 3 presidents combined.

Now Donald the Great (wrecker of things) wants to kick his chest louder than Kim Jong-un of North Korea, with a military parade, at good responsibility on all of us.  Instead of the FBI melancholy whistleblowers and Trump’s Administration helping and aiding Goldman Sachs deterrent of justice, shouldn’t t there be some emergence of justice?

Things have gotten so out of control that this contributor has to do a 2nd essay on Colm Connolly’s inability for the sovereign bench, and how Trump has left over violent in the legal assignment of Goldman Sachs cronies and corrupts.

I’m leaving you with this picture of the case calendar concerning Laser suing Trump, Sessions, the FBI, Jay Clayton, the SEC and Ellen Slights. It shows that all is discordant to law, being upside down and completely backwards. And that is the indicate – that “they” (all of Trump’s Administration) – simply don’t caring how mostly the law is broken..

But we ….do!

Aaron Kesel writes for Activist Post. Support us at Patreon. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Steemit, and BitChute. Ready for solutions? Subscribe to the reward newsletter Counter Markets.

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