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When Banks Do Wrong, Prosecute the Officers, Directors, Board

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Big Banks: Modern version of The Untouchables or victims of individuals Posted by Kerri Ann Panchuk on March 12, 2013 10:13 AM Thanks to HousingWire.com. You may be of the camp that big banks cannot be aggressively prosecuted because they are too-big-to-fail and will take the rest of America down with them. On the other hand, you may be someone who sympathizes with protesters on both sides of the aisle who have ranted against the special untouchable legal status that larger institutions seem to benefit from when the risk of drawn out trials and legal measures could disrupt the financial markets. But the real legal question is how will we as a nation define a corporation in the modern age? Are they merely evil vestiges in their own right deserving condemnation, or are their sins the spawns of individuals who should be...

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