NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Do you remember the Troubled Asset Relief Program established in 2008? Most think that the program has ended. It has not! There is a Special Inspector General to provide an oversight function called SIGTARP. It is investigating how some TARP funds were wasted, stolen or otherwise abused.On July 24, Christy L. Romero, the Special Inspector General, presented to Congress the SIGTARP quarterly report. Included in the 400-page report is information on the alphabet soup of all programs related to the Great Credit Crunch. My focus is on the Capital Purchase Program, the facility through which the Treasury directly purchased preferred stock or subordinated debentures in FDIC-insured financial institutions. SNV) is the largest bank on this list, but it competed its redemption of TARP funds on July 26.