U.S. Authorities Take $1.9 Billion Cut From HSBCSubmitted by dexterszyd on Thu, 12/13/2012 - 20:01
U.S. Authorities Take $1.9 Billion Cut From HSBC
NEW YORK - USA - The U.S. Government is taking its cut of $1.9 billion from HSBC who they say profited from crime and money laundering.
"They were bad because they profited from crime and took a cut of the proceeds of that shit, so we, the U.S. government are gonna do the same. Our cut is $1.9 billion and after that we're just gonna pretend that none of this happened. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink, know what I mean?" Arthur Pendergrass, one of the U.S. Federal investigators told CBS Business news on Monday.