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Too Big To Jail? The Top 10 Civil Cases Against the Banks

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Too Big To Jail? The Top 10 Civil Cases Against the Banks
Too Big To Jail? The Top 10 Civil Cases Against the Banks

Here are 10 of the most prominent of those cases to date.

In nearly all, the government won multi-million dollar settlements, but the companies and officials involved were not required to admit wrongdoing.

Bank of America + Citigroup + Countrywide Financial + Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Goldman Sachs + IndyMac + JPMorgan Chase + JPMorgan Chase and Credit Suisse + Washington Mutual

They KNEW... before 2008...
It was all fully documented even prior to the crisis:

[1] 10-05-05 Countrywide, Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), and its President Brian Moynihan - Compilation of Records - Evidence of Racketeering
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[2] 11-12-05 Criminality at the Top of a Lawless, Bankrupt Nation
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[3] 12-06-08 Courts and Judges as racketeering enterprises under RICO (the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) - key element in the current financial crisis
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[4] Bribing of state and US judges by Bank of America must be serious concern. ...
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[5] 12-01-30 Vistas in Legal-Economic Theory: Perpetual corporate immunity as a major intangible capital asset and adriving force in socio-economic development, or lack thereof
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