Neil Barofsky, The Special Inspector General for TARP oversight, better known as SIGTARP, says criminal or civil charges are still on the table in the AIG coverup, according to a long profile at Bloomberg.
In the eye-opening piece, Barofsky talks about how he got a crappy basement office in the Treasury building and likens its foul smell to relations between the Treasury department and himself.
Since Barofsky's job is to watchover TARP funds and how they're used. it should come as no surprise that when $700 billion is on the line, funds are bound to be misappropriated.
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