Two months ago, in Doolin Security Savings Bank v. FDIC, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upheld the decision of the FDIC to terminate the deposit insurance of a financially sound bank.

The FDIC's decision to impose capital punishment upon a safe and profitable banking institution by terminating its deposit insurance was abusive - a determined effort calculated to coerce the bank into submission.

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