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Stanford can't remember if Mitt Romney was part his ponzi scheme

(Reuters) - A prison psychologist who evaluated accused swindler Allen Stanford testified on Tuesday that it would be "incredibly rare" for a patient to suffer from the type of delayed memory loss the Texas financier says makes him incompetent to stand trial.

Read all about Mitt Romneys involvement here.

Chart showing Romney and family member involvement

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This information will be as closely guarded in the press as

anything suggesting Obama may indeed have been born in Kenya. EXCEPT that this little bit of cloistering has an expiration date.

As soon as Romney is the established nominee (an event which will, we hope, NEVER happen) all secrecy and quietness about this event will be over, and Romney will be painted as another Bernie Maddoff.

Now we know why Romney

is so desperate to get to the Presidency, by hook or by crook.
He needs to pardon himself for his previous crimes, before they catch up to him.

When is this investigation going to happen?!?

Link us up if anyone can find info please. Thanks!

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Partnered With Alleged Perpetrators Of $8 Billion Ponzi Scheme!

WOW!!! Exclusive: Romney Family Investment Group Partnered With Alleged Perpetrators Of $8 Billion Ponzi Scheme