Edwin F. Rachleff, the 82-year-old broker who handled the credit union's investments and who committed suicide on the day the institution was declared insolvent [...]
[President of the Credit Union League of Connecticut Anthony] Emerson did say, however, that credit unions are constrained by rules and regulations from making any sort of wild investments in the stock market. The one area that has become shaky lately but is not prohibited under the rules is investments in mortgage-backed securities, he added.
Young or old,
Big or small,
Kills them all.
On a side note, does the name New London sound familiar? That's the town that stole Suzette Kelo's home in the Supreme Court eminent domain case.
Greenspan's Body Count now stands at thirty-seven:
Edwin F. Rachleff
Scott M. Coles
Dawn E. Armstrong
Jonathon Calvin "40-Cal" Jacques
Little Boy X
Little Girl X
Rufus Shaw Jr.
Lynn Flint Shaw