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October 16th, 2008
09:35 AM ET

TONIGHT: 10 Most Wanted

Joe Johns reports on “The 10 Most Wanted: Culprits of the Collapse.” Find out who's the next culprit tonight in our ongoing AC360° special report. Tonight, 10 ET

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  1. Jack

    Dear Mr. Cooper:

    The "10 Most Wanted" is an important and much needed feature. Congratulations for having the nerve to do it!

    I sincerely hope that you will add President Bill Clinton to the list. The reason he should be added is his support in 1999 for the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which had prohibited the merger of investment banks and commercial banks. Many economists had predicted at the time that the repeal of Glass-Steagall would allow commercial banks to engage in dangerous high-risk gambling with their depositors' money, resulting in the collapse of the US banking system and an eventual bailout that would make the savings & loan bailout of the early '90s look like peanuts. Those economists have been proven correct.

    October 16, 2008 at 3:20 pm |
  2. Randy

    I hope that on your show tonight (The 10 Most Wanted) that you will mention China's big part in this financial mess.. They are a debtor nation,and they still get the top credit ratings under our own UN-REGULATED NRRSSO'S credit rating systems!!!

    October 16, 2008 at 1:45 pm |
  3. ira - Tampa, FL

    Mr. Cooper,

    Any chance that the credit rating agencies, the Big Four Accounting firms and the CEOs and Boards of Directors of the major companies that signed off on and sold these 'security derivatives' will be held accountable–have their assets frozen and their ‘ill-gotten’ money given back to the taxpayer?

    Thanks for your time and for your efforts at bringing us the necessary information so that we can be, once again, that ‘beacon of hope’ for the ‘underdogs’ and ‘the little guys and gals’ that are America. Take good care,

    Sincerely,

    Ira Reschman
    Tampa, FL

    October 16, 2008 at 12:49 pm |