Fed Judge Helps US Attorney Leak Bank Records into New Jersey Jail

District of Columbia, Jan 4, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – A federal judge and the U.S. Attorney in New Jersey leaked thousands of bank records containing personal and business trading account profile information from dozens of banks and brokerage firms into the New Jersey Department of Corrections while in pursuit to maliciously sentenced civil rights activist, Cary Lee Peterson. (38) for securities fraud on December 20, 2018.

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The FINRA Blue Sheets bank leak of extremely privileged and confidential banking data (now in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court and the Secret Service thanks to Peterson) included the following:

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  • Complete Social Security numbers
  • Complete FEINs (for businesses)
  • Complete bank account numbers
  • Transaction history
  • Complete address and contact information of account holders

A reliable media source who attended the very long and unusual PAC Man Hearing confirmed that Peterson presented to the judge a copy of the leaked Blue Sheets data that the U.S. Attorney said was produced by a FINRA employee who had been a government witness in Petersons trial.

U.S. District Court Senior Judge Anne E. Thompson (84) concurred with Peterson that the Blue Sheets should have been sanitized, and abruptly demanded a private meeting in her chamber on the issue in the middle of Petersons sentencing hearing. Upon the private chamber meeting the judge barred Peterson from further pro se pleadings, sentenced him to 52 months in prison for a white-collar crime, passes the Blue Sheets from FINRA back to Peterson, and ordered the U.S. Marshals take him back to jail in Monmouth County, New Jersey with hundreds of criminal offenders.

The year 2018 could not have ended any better than finding out that a lobbyist sent into the Department of Corrections subsequent to a series of clandestine acts conspired by a former United States Attorney, after a mere misunderstanding between lawyers and businessmen would lead to an 84-year-old judge, the current U.S. Attorney of New Jersey, a FINRA employee, and the longest-serving member of Congress leaking thousands of highly confidential and privileged bank records from stock trading accounts from dozens of banks into the New Jersey prison system with thousands of criminals who would keep ID theft protection companies like LifeLock busy in 2019 and thereafter.

Its times like this that make it seem sufficient to vote on new laws as to how long a judge can serve on the bench, or whether or not the U.S. Treasury Department should place a tighter grip on banking privacy regulations, or simply get rid of non -governmental organizations like FINRA who appear to be easily compromised while doing the SECs job in this particular instance.

The story still developing

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