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Real Deal:UnAnswered Questions for Stanley Sporkin

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UnAnswered Questions for Stanley Sporkin


An Open Letter To Judge Stanley Sporkin
by Catherine Austin Fitts

October 13, 2004

To:
Stanley Sporkin
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
stanley.sporkin@weil.com

From:
Catherine Austin Fitts
catherine@solari.com

cc: Solari Action Network

Re: UnAnswered Questions

Dear Judge Sporkin:

We have received network and investor interest in your role for the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight in connection with its regulation of Fannie Mae. The presence of someone with your extraordinary understanding of legal engineering and political acumen draws increased attention to this important but little understood sector of the securities markets.

Consequently, we have updated our internet hotseat on your career and work and reformatted it to an "UnAnswered Questions" format. See:

UnAnswered Questions for Stanley Sporkin
http://www.whereisthemoney.org/hotseat/stanleysporkin.htm

We welcome your responses to the UnAnswered Questions and will publish whatever you are willing to send.

Thank you so much for your attention to this matter.

Best wishes,

Catherine Austin Fitts

*********

Catherine Austin Fitts is the President of Solari, Inc. http://www.solari.com/. Ms. Fitts is the former Assistant Secretary of Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner during the first Bush Administration, a former managing director and member of the board of directors of Dillon Read & Co. Inc. and President of The Hamilton Securities Group, Inc.

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