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Powerful interests that are not subjected to normal legal proceedings, but instead are allowed to settle out of court and out of criminal charges, and keep their profits. In rare cases where prosecution and related settlements are even attempted, they seem outrageously small in relation to huge profits and the blatant disregard for the law by the perpetrators. Many would be easy to prosecute because the evidence is well documented by a large paper trail, and has thousands of potential witnesses that support the prosecutors case.

In many cases the "too bigs...." are responsible for massive amounts of damage to the economy and creating devastating personal losses for hundreds of thousands of people.
The banks have developed a fail safe way of robbing and defrauding their customers and tax payers, by pleading they are too big to fail, and too big to be punished.
by mlhiss February 09, 2012
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