April 29, 2015, Edison releases secret SanOnofreGate communications. Today, Southern California Edison released a microscopic fraction of the more than 2-million pages of e-mails and internal documents leading up to the unlawful out-of-court settlement of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating System (SONGS) failure. Get the documents here.
- Petition for Writ of Mandamus and Complaint for Injunctive and Declaratory Relief -03-09-15
- Southern California Edison releases secret communications
- Selected Pages-From-Appendix_D.pdf
- Appendix D
- Declaration of Ronald Litzinger
- Declaration of Stephen Picket
- Exhibits to Appendix_C
- Response to Ruling and Appendices A through C
- SCE Privilege Log
- Darling Transcript
- Darling emails expose wrongdoing at CPUC
- FERC Complaint
- Incriminating emails
- Ed Randolph Declaration
A false claims case has been filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California in the name of the United States to recover money paid by the United States Government for derivative securities that were submitted in 2008 by American International Group (AIG), Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Societe Generale, and Merrill Lynch to the United States Federal Reserve Board, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the United States Department of Treasury. The case also seeks the return of funds AIG obtained from the U.S. Treasury, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the United States Federal Reserve Board in 2008. The operative complaint alleges that these funds were obtained by these defendants in violation of the United States False Claims Act.
The Relators in the case are Nancy and Derek Casady. A copy of the operative complaint can be obtained below.
Claiming Fraud in A.I.G. Bailout, Whistle-Blower Lawsuit Names 3 Companies
By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH
New York Times Business Day: Published: May 4, 2011
Legal Opinion This legal opinion concludes that the Federal Reserve Board and the New York Fed) made up to $52.5 billion in unlawful loans to Maiden Lane companies. The loans were supposed to help facilitate the restructuring of AIG, but were actually part of an alleged fraudulent financial products scheme.
Libel Action against