09 December 2009

KingCast sees Citibank accused of discrimination against Islamic woman wearing hijab, why am I not surprised?

Here's the story. My full comment appears in the comment section, but this is the most important part:
Also I was wearing a hat but that NEVER was mentioned as a reason for denying service, so I will be more than happy to discuss the details of my case and what I know about Citibank with counsel for the woman and I will personally contact CAIR tomorrow.

Sadly, some Judges are no better.

4 comments:

Christopher King said...

Ha!

Citibank is the lowest of the low. They refused to cash a check for a black man who was a holder in due course, but they cash checks for non blacks to the tune of $100M to help money laundering for drug money out of Mexico, and did it again in Russia.

Just ask the General Accounting Office.

They opened a checking account for my Caucasian girlfriend but refused to open one for me (I'm a male, black, non-violent -- yeah they tried that route too) and threatened to arrest me so I filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.

They initially threatened to provide video to my lawyer but then backpedaled when we said "go ahead" because they know I wasn't doing anything wrong.

Also I was wearing a hat but that NEVER was mentioned as a reason for denying service, so I will be more than happy to discuss the details of my case and what I know about Citibank with counsel for the woman and I will personally contact CAIR tomorrow.

Read: http://Citibankisracist.blogspot.com

Email: kingjurisdoctor@gmail.com

Peace.

-Christopher King, J.D.

Christopher King said...

I know Sam is reading the final Surreply so I will tell him that Version 2.0 included a reference to the Russian fiasco as well.

9th December 2009 09:23:37
Exit Link

http://www.wepapers.com/Papers/86599/Shaulson_Merits_Surreply

Another GOA investigation on Citibank again helping to launder money. People associated with haters like Citibank and their legal counsel no doubt want to put me in prison but it is they who should have gone to prison, you bet.

Christopher King said...

And Bill Christy is following along, always a follower.

10th December 2009 07:42:12

Exit Link

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=13439084&postID=1866705791578652532

Christopher King said...

US Bank Money Laundering -
Enormous By Any Measure
By James Petras
Professor of Sociology, Binghamton University
9-1-2


For example, in the case of Raul Salinas, PB personnel at Citibank helped Salinas transfer $90 to $100 million out of Mexico in a manner that effectively disguised the funds' sources and destination thus breaking the funds' paper trail.

In routine fashion, Citibank set up a dummy offshore corporation, provided Salinas with a secret code name, provided an alias for a third party intermediary who deposited the money in a Citibank account in Mexico and transferred the money in a concentration account to New York where it was then moved to Switzerland and London.

The PICs are designed by the big banks for the purpose of holding and hiding a person's assets. The nominal officers, trustees and shareholder of these shell corporations are themselves shell corporations controlled by the PB. The PIC then becomes the holder of the various bank and investment accounts and the ownership of the private bank clients is buried in the records of so-called jurisdiction such as the Cayman Islands.

Private bankers of the big banks like Citibank keep pre-packaged PICs on the shelf awaiting activation when a private bank client wants one. The system works like Russian Matryoshka dolls, shells within shells within shells, which in the end can be impenetrable to a legal process.

The complicity of the state in big bank money laundering is evident when one reviews the historic record. Big bank money laundering has been investigated, audited, criticized and subject to legislation; the banks have written procedures to comply. Yet banks like Citibank and the other big ten banks ignore the procedures and laws and the government ignores the non-compliance.