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SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAP
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAN
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAM
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAJ
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAI
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
SUBPRIME-PROSECUTOR/
RTX8IAH
September 07, 2008
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Thomas O'Brien, the US Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los...
Thomas O'Brien, the U.S. Attorney for California's Central District, is photographed at his office in Los Angeles August 28, 2008. O'Brien is emerging as a likely prosecutor in criminal cases expected from the U.S. mortgage meltdown. His office is already looking into New Century Financial Corp and IndyMac Bancorp Inc, according to securities filings by those two mortgage lenders. Countrywide Financial Corp, based in Calabasas, California, is also on his patch. Picture taken August 28, 2008. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
USA-BANKS/FDIC
RTR20FR7
July 22, 2008
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chairman Sheila Bair speaks on a panel during a town hall meeting...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chairman Sheila Bair speaks at town hall meeting in San Francisco...
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chairman Sheila Bair speaks on a panel during a town hall meeting to discuss banking services and protections for consumers and how banks can become more inclusionary, in San Francisco, California July 22, 2008. Bair told Reuters she does not expect the FDIC to take over another failed bank similar in size to IndyMac Bancorp Inc. REUTERS/Alexandria Sage (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7XC4
July 14, 2008
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at...
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California July 14, 2008. Regulators seized Pasadena-based IndyMac on Friday after a bank run in which customers withdrew $1.3 billion of deposits over 11 business days, as worries about the company's survival grew, regulators said. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7XC0
July 14, 2008
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at...
A man holds a cheque after withdrawing money from an IndyMac Bank branch under federal management at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California July 14, 2008. Regulators seized Pasadena-based IndyMac on Friday after a bank run in which customers withdrew $1.3 billion of deposits over 11 business days, as worries about the company's survival grew, regulators said. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UW2
July 12, 2008
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a police officer at a closed branch of IndyMac...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A customer talks to a police officer at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a police officer at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. The customer and security officer were involved in a brief altercation when the customer was refused entry into the bank, which resulted in police being called to the scene. No charges were filed. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UVY
July 12, 2008
A security officer (C) and bank employee (L) stand in the door as they talk to customer Gloria Carter...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A security officer and bank employee stand in the door as they talk to customer Carter at a closed branch...
A security officer (C) and bank employee (L) stand in the door as they talk to customer Gloria Carter who brought a loan payment at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UVQ
July 12, 2008
A customer reads a notice posted on the door of a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A customer reads a notice posted on the door of a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank
A customer reads a notice posted on the door of a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UVP
July 12, 2008
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a security officer (R) at a closed branch of IndyMac...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A customer talks to a security officer at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a security officer (R) at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. The customer and security officer were involved in a brief altercation when the customer was refused to enter into the bank, which resulted in police being called to the scene. No charges were filed. Customer Gloria Carter (C) leaves after dropping off a loan payment at the bank which was accepted. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UVK
July 12, 2008
A security officer locks the door after allowing a customer to leave at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A security officer locks the door after allowing a customer to leave at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank...
A security officer locks the door after allowing a customer to leave at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. The customer and security officer were involved in a brief altercation when the customer was refused to enter into the bank, which resulted in police being called to the scene. No charges were filed. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UVE
July 12, 2008
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a security officer (R) at a closed branch of IndyMac...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A customer talks to a security officer at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank
A customer who did not want to give his name talks to a security officer (R) at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank in Burbank, California July 11, 2008. Mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Friday, which will run the bank while it looks for a buyer. IndyMac is the second-largest financial institution in U.S. history to close. The customer and security officer were involved in a brief altercation when the customer was refused to enter into the bank, which resulted in police being called to the scene. No charges were filed. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7UUG
July 11, 2008
Customers read a notice posted on the door at the Burbank, California branch of IndyMac Bank which was...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Customers read notice at a closed branch of IndyMac Bank
Customers read a notice posted on the door at the Burbank, California branch of IndyMac Bank which was closed after mortgage lender IndyMac Bancorp Inc was taken over July 11, 2008 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, making it the second largest financial institution to close in U.S. history. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RKC
July 08, 2008
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008....
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RKA
July 08, 2008
The IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is pictured in Pasadena, California, July 8, 2008. IndyMac...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
The IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is pictured in Pasadena, California
The IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is pictured in Pasadena, California, July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RK9
July 08, 2008
A man holds the door for a woman as they enter an IndyMac Bank office building next to the corporate...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
People enter an IndyMac Bank office building next to the corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California...
A man holds the door for a woman as they enter an IndyMac Bank office building next to the corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RIU
July 08, 2008
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008....
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California
A logo on the IndyMac Bank corporate headquarters building is seen in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RIM
July 08, 2008
A man walks past an IndyMac Bank branch office at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A man walks past an IndyMac Bank branch office at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena
A man walks past an IndyMac Bank branch office at the company's corporate headquarters in Pasadena, California July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RER
July 08, 2008
Mailing envelopes from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Mailing envelopes from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles
Mailing envelopes from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RE8
July 08, 2008
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDYMAC/
RTX7RDT
July 08, 2008
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles
Mailing envelopes and mortgage statements from IndyMac Bank are seen in Los Angeles July 8, 2008. IndyMac Bancorp Inc on Tuesday said depositors were withdrawing cash at an "elevated" pace after prominent U.S. senator Charles Schumer recently questioned the big mortgage lender's ability to survive the U.S. housing crisis. Shares of the largest independent, publicly traded U.S. mortgage lender fell as much as 52 percent. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
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