ELIZABETH WARREN: Would it be helpful, if you’re going against one of these big banks, would it be helpful to these families to have the information about their case that’s in your files?
RICHARD ASHTON, DEPUTY GEN COUNSEL, FEDERAL RESERVE: It would be helpful, obviously, to have information related to the injury – yes it would.
WARREN: So do you plan to give the families this information? That is, those families that have been victims of illegal foreclosures, will you be giving them the information that’s in your possession about how the banks illegally foreclosed against them?
ASHTON: I think that’s a decision that we’re still considering making. We haven’t made a final decision yet.
WARREN: So you have made a decision to protect the banks, but not a decision to tell the families who were illegally foreclosed against?