Is the SEC looking the other way? Matt Taibbi ponders the regulatory agency's failure to act

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Is the SEC looking the other way? Matt Taibbi ponders the regulatory agency’s failure to act

Is the SEC looking the other way? Matt Taibbi ponders the regulatory agency’s failure to act

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Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer and Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi consider how the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is tasked with regulating the financial industry, has yet to prosecute any high-profile banks or executives in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008.

Taibbi cites Lehman Brothers as a particularly glaring example: “That was a case where there was just ample evidence of all kinds of transgressions.” Taibbi goes on, “They just overlooked all these companies. It’s not like they don’t have cases to make, they’re just not making them.”

[Viewpoint w/ Eliot Spitzer]

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