ProPublica just sent out the following, with some 886 Government Documents that were released by the Federal Reserve:
Last week, the Federal Reserve released a cache of several thousand pages detailing its support of financial institutions during the financial crisis. The documents, released due to a Freedom of Information Act request, include the Fed’s lending through its so-called discount window, its oldest lending program of last resort. The documents also include some previously released information about the Fed’s lending during the crisis through specially-created programs. You can search through it all below. To the Documents
I may even dive into some but I’m sure it’ll read greek to me.