Dimon Faces Hecklers During Testimony
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., faced hecklers as he arrived to testify on Capitol Hill Wednesday morning in a case regarding JPMorgan's $2-billion loss in risky derivatives trades, according to the Los Angeles Times.
As Dimon took his seat, a man yelled "Jamie Dimon's a crook. This guy should be going to prison."
After a few moments of quiet, the man and a group of protestors began chanting "Stop foreclosures now!" They were removed from the court house.
In his testimony, Dimon defended the bank, promising a profitable second quarter, and offered an apology to the people JPMorgan has let down.
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