The Reasons Bankers Weren't Busted

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The Reasons Bankers Weren’t Busted

The Reasons Bankers Weren’t Busted

One word: Government


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“There Were No Convictions of Bankers for Good Reason” is the headline of a post by Mark F. Pomerantz, a lawyer and retired partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in the New York Times’s Room for Debate discussion:

The reason that senior bankers did not face charges, even though investigators interviewed countless witnesses and pored over truckloads of emails and other documents for many years, is that the executives running companies like Bank of America, Citigroup and JP Morgan were not engaged in criminal acts.

At least that is why according to Pomerantz. It should surprise no one that a lawyer who spent much of his career representing financial institutions and their executives wouldn’t see any prosecutable crimes. Fortunately, it is easily refutable, which is our task for today and tomorrow.

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One Response to “The Reasons Bankers Weren’t Busted”

  1. GuyFawkes says:

    Two Words: COLLUSIVE Government

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