Will PBS Present the Investigation that Never Was?

April 5th, 2012
in econ_news

EconintersectPBS will present a four hour power packed review of the financial crisis starting on April 24.  If the two minute trailer (see below after pbs-logothe "Read more..." break) is any indicator, this presentation could dot some "i's" and cross some "t's" in a way that the politically corrupted official "investigations" that have transpired over the past three years have not.   The title of the documentary "mini-series" is "Money, Power and Wall Street."  If it is effective it will define the fact that nothing much has changed since the world stood on the brink of a chasm and will lay out the facts in plain view all in one place for the world to see.

Follow up:

Watch Money, Power and Wall Street on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

The preview post at PBS has several video clips from an interview with Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher who has called for the break-up of the largest banks, as reported last week by GEI News.

John Lounsbury

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