No Indictments and Jail for Those Responsible for Financial Crisis

Rolling Stones article explains why. This will shock you.

Palm Coast, FL – August 28, 2011 – Matt Taibbi reports in Rolling Stone Magazine that the Securities and Exchange Commission has systematically destroyed documents of preliminary investigations, even though the records are supposed to be kept for 25 years.
"Many of the destroyed files involved companies and individuals who would later play prominent roles in the economic meltdown of 2008. Two MUIs (‘Matters Under Inquiry’) involving con artist Bernie Madoff vanished. So did a 2002 inquiry into financial fraud at Lehman Brothers, as well as a 2005 case of insider trading at the same soon-to-be-bankrupt bank. A 2009 preliminary investigation of insider trading by Goldman Sachs was deleted, along with records for at least three cases involving the infamous hedge fund SAC Capital."
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  1. Toby
    Toby says:

    Reply to Evelyn

    ”Began as early as 1993..” In 1993, none of the Bush family resided in the White House. Evelyn, you are free to read into the story whatever your predilections determine.

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