UPDATE: The video is now set as "private" on YouTube. (Goldman Sachs is usually pretty aggressive, armed with a formidable team of lawyers, to squelch those who attempt to expose their criminality.) YOU CAN STILL WATCH THE VIDEO HERE (but mention of Goldman Sachs' connection has been scrubbed). Also, here's an article about the FDIC's response to the video.
Then there's the recent PBS Newshour expose on Goldman Sachs:
Also see the Rolling Stone piece, Inside The Great American Bubble Machine.
The beauty of free enterprise is that most often money accrues to those who create value for others thus enriching all. Clearly this is not the case with Goldman Sachs which seems best described by Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone magazine as follows:
The world's most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.
The bottom line is that the company has no redeeming value for society-at-large and is basically a giant, overly-influential hedge fund holding the world hostage to feed it unearned money "or else". Ultimately, this is criminal theft by the rich of the poor. Put 'em in jail.