As the Rot Spreads: Holder, Don't Hold Back

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As the Rot Spreads: Holder, Don’t Hold Back

As the Rot Spreads: Holder, Don’t Hold Back

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The headline on HuffPost this afternoon said it all: The Rot Spreads. The conservative magazine The Economist runs a cover story on “Banksters”. Rolling Stone has articles comparing bankers to the mafia. The Libor scandal is creating huge headlines all over the world, making people ask why aren’t the big banks being prosecuted. But it isn’t just the Libor scandal, as one article after another, one book after another, one blog post after another over the last four years researches and documents levels of corruption in the financial industry that break all corruption records by miles. As the damage of the financial wreck the Wall Street titans created in America enters its fifth year, and the Eurozone financial crisis soon staggers into its third year with absolutely no end in sight, all of us are starting to wonder: will the American justice system ever take action? Because as long as the bankers are allowed to keep committing the kind of fraud evident from all these stories, our economy, and Europe’s, will not recover.

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One Response to “As the Rot Spreads: Holder, Don’t Hold Back”

  1. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    You guys are so naive. Holder and Obama are both corrupt. They won’t even help the Terry family punish those who provided the guns that killed their son. Obama needs to raise money in Wall Street, and you expect him to so something about Wall Street corruption. Really?

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