Thursday, February 04, 2016

Prosecution 2 Step


Far too many times has BRT railed against the less than useless Eric Holder and the minions at Justice regarding the total failure of throwing the Bankters in jail for stealing our money. First it was Too Big to Fail and second, "the banks are too powerful for us to prosecute" as the two "essential" excuses used to not pull the trigger on prosecuting these bastards to the full extent of the law. Well, William K. Black of the S&L Scandal fame, has come up with the Idiots Guide to Prosecuting Corporate Frauds, a suggestion whose time has come if we get a president like Bernie who has the guts to do a long overdue deed of putting these sleazoids behind bars for financial malfeasance that goes above and beyond the call of duty. :)





It gets better.

Black says the Top 100 list led to prosecuting 300 savings and loans and 600 officials. “And despite the banks having the best lawyers in the world, we still got a 90 percent conviction rate.”

Sounds like a plan to me.


William K. Black

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