Monday, April 26, 2010

SEC Inspector General Begins Investigation of Goldman Fraud Charges

It's official.

The SEC investigative office has opened a probes into whether charges against Goldman Sachs were politically timed.

SEC Inspector General H. David Kotz wrote Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) on Sunday to notify Issathat he had opened an investigation, at the congressman's request, reports The Hill.

In the letter to Issa, Kotz said he would seek any documents relevant to the investigation, and would conduct interviews "of all persons with potential knowledge of the facts and circumstances regarding this matter, including those outside of the SEC."

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