By Elaine Magliaro
Last week, Michael Eric Dyson–an author, radio host, and professor of sociology at Georgetown University–talked with Matt Taibbi and Alayne Fleiscmann, the former deal manager at JPMorgan Chase who witnessed securities fraud while she worked at the mega-bank. Taibbi called Fleischmann JPMorgan Chase’s “worst nightmare.” He said the bank paid a $9 billion fine in order to keep Fleischmann from talking.
The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare (Rolling Stone)
Good lord! So the DOJ won’t prosecute for fear of “negatively affecting the world economy” and the Congress will never go back to stricter regulations. It’s difficult to see a way out of the downfall of America. I sure hope this woman doesn’t just disappear one dark storm night.
It’s pandering B.S. that the DOJ won’t prosecute because of fear of economy affects.
Except – that is – of the effects upon Campaigns and certain careers glad to advance via