During the 2008 financial crash, JPMorgan met part of its $8.2 billion settlement burden by forgiving mortgages on houses it no longer owned and evidence suggests that CEO Jamie Dimon knew about this misbehavior. Add to that, government regulators may have enabled the whole thing. David Dayen joins Ring of Fire’s Sam Seder, to discuss his special investigation in The Nation Magazine entitled, “Behind JPMorgan Chase’s Bait-and-Switch.”