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William K. Black: ‘Enforce the Laws for the 99′

This segment of yesterday’s Dylan Ratigan show features William K. Black and David DeGraw of AmpedStatus.com.  Black argues that we need, “fire Geithner, fire Holder, and demand Bernanke’s resignation, and … replace them with people who will actually enforce the laws for the 99[%].”

This meets with David DeGraw’s approval, who then enlists our favorite white-collar criminologist to serve as the Attorney General for the Occupy Wall Street movement. Watch the entire segment here.

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This post originally appeared at New Economic Perspectives and is reproduced with permission.

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