Re: The Taxpayer Fraud in regards to the Yum! Center
I think it may have been poorly negotiated. Fraudulenty? Probably not. Too much sunshine for me to think that. Nothing about those negotiations was really a secret at the time. Who was Goldman representing? It seems like they may have done a pretty lousy job (or maybe they just did a brilliant job marketing the bonds).
And I never said UofL would agree to run the place at all. But a bankruptcy court might force them to reform the lease if it really is a problem.