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Former Treasury Secretary Henry Pauslon requested $700 billion from Congress.  He told Congress that he intended to use the money to buy mortgage-backed securities.  Five days after he recieved the $700 billion, he used it to pay billions to Goldman Sachs via AIG.

Observers long speculated that Paulson lied to Congress about his intended use of the $700 billion.  Speculate no more.  We have proof.

During the bail outs, Paulson gave extensive interviews to Vanity Fair reporter Todd Purdum. In this video interview, Paulson's perjury is revealed: