The One Time Sheriff of Wall Street

Airtime: Thurs. May 7 2009 | 7:39 AM ET

Insight on how the financial crisis could have been avoided, with Eliot Spitzer, former New York State governor and Arianna Huffington, The Huffington Post co-founder/editor-in-chief.

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Video

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  2. Jason Crowell says:

    I’ve said it before, what he did was illegal. But his lawbreaking is less than a footnote in comparison to the lawbreaking at even ONE of the major banks…why did HE have to leave and not the geniuses in AIG/Citi/BofA/etc

  3. tawm says:

    This guy was a shameless shake-down artist and hypocrite — his prosecutions as AG didn’t send anyone to jail, but squeezed hundreds of millions of $ from shareholders to NYState. Please don’t aid his attempted rehabilitation.

  4. adamj198 says:

    this guy is the worst check out what they wrote about him on … Spitzer literally blackmailed Marsh and McLennan Insurance into taking Cherkasky from the bowels of Kroll Investigative Services, owned by M & M, and promoting him to Chief Executive Officer of M & M. When company directors objected to Cherkasky’s lack of insurance experience they were told that Spitzer would not settle fraud charges against the company unless Cherkasky was installed. “No Cherkasky -no settlement,” one director told me directly.