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Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, has subpoenaed Bank of America as part of his group’s ongoing investigation into the handling of customer data related to the January 6, 2021, riot at the United States Capitol.
In a letter addressed to Brian Moynihan, the chief executive officer of the bank, Jordan complained that the company had refused to voluntarily provide the documents his committee had asked for, which concerned inquiries into the information that had been shared with the FBI after the riot.
“On May 25, 2023, we requested your voluntary cooperation with our oversight efforts to determine the extent to which financial institutions, such as Bank of America Corporation (BoA), worked with the FBI to collect Americans’ data. In response, the Committee has received 223 pages of documents responsive to our original requests. However, to date, BoA has refused to provide the Committee and Select Subcommittee with the filing it turned over to the FBI,” the letter said, according to the Washington Examiner.
Jordan said he was concerned…
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