Corruption | The failure to prosecute corporate crime undermines U.S. justice

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Corruption | The failure to prosecute corporate crime undermines U.S. justice

Corruption | The failure to prosecute corporate crime undermines U.S. justice

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Imagine you are driving down the highway at 90 mph where the posted speed limit is 55 mph. As a result of your speeding, you lose control of your vehicle. And you cause a wreck that kills people.

Here’s a sure bet ? you will be convicted of a crime. You will admit wrongdoing. And you will be punished.

Now suppose a corporation engages in illegal activity while operating a coal mine. And that illegal activity leads to the death of 29 of its workers.

Here’s another sure bet ? that corporation will not be convicted of a crime. And it will not be punished.

The reality is that we live in a two-tier criminal justice system in America, with one level for corporations and one for living, breathing humans.

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2 Responses to “Corruption | The failure to prosecute corporate crime undermines U.S. justice”

  1. Sarah says:

    Eric Holder was the original TBTF advocate. He has basically written that Justice shouldn’t apply to corporations when the so-called damage would be too great. This more or less sums up similar attitudes form his predecessors, who were busy justifying torture while people were preyed upon by Banks.

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