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When the Attorney General of the United States admits some banks are simply too big to prosecute, it might be time to admit we have a problem -- and that goes for both the financial and justice systems.
Eric Holder made this rather startling confession in testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, The Hill reports. It could be a key moment in the debate over whether to do something about the size and complexity of our biggest banks ...
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by jdub297
I don't know who I can't stand more -- Eric Holder or the Banks. Eh, what's the difference?!
I know first hand what it's like to fight BofA. I found an attorney who would take my case and believed that they could win, but they said flat out that the bank would bury them in paperwork, keep getting the hearing delayed, and continue hedging some more until I was bled dry of my finances. Shame on our government for allowing these criminals to get away with this! Oh, wait. Silly me! Why wouldn't criminals help other criminals avoid justice?
So...Mr Holder... Who is too important, powerful or just special to prosecute, aside from big banks?
Originally posted by solarstorm
No bank is too big to prosecute Mr. Holder.
The problem lies in your testicular fortitude, which you have none.