Heartland Institute Experts React to Corzine Not Being Charged in MF Global Scandal
There are 1 comment on the The Heartland Institute story from Jul 8, 2013, titled Heartland Institute Experts React to Corzine Not Being Charged in MF Global Scandal. In it, The Heartland Institute reports that:The New York Post reported today that former New Jersey governor and senator Jon Corzine will not face criminal charges for his role in the collapse of the MF Global commodities trading firm and the misuse and disappearance of hundreds of millions of investor funds.
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#1 Jul 8, 2013
So an ex rising star in the DemocRATic party won't be prosecuted even though he "misused" over 1 BILLION dollars in customer funds. That's criminal negligence if nothing else.
But how many bank or financial executive types have been prosecuted for the 08 crash again? Entire economy was collapsed by personal greed and malfesense but nothing criminal to be found-uh huh.
For a bunch a socialist progressives supposedly outside of conservative political influences such as money/capitalism they can't seem to or don't want to score any points with CRIMINAL prosecutions. Wonder why...
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