SEC and FBI Chiefs Talk White-Collar Enforcement

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The New York City Bar Association's 3rd annual White Collar Crime Institute brought in big-name attorneys and government officials to discuss the state of corporate crime and punishment.

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  • Phrunobulax

    The record speaks for itself. White is not an enforcer. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has himself said that the Wall Street banks are "too big to prosecute". Even laymen know that Wall St. crime was rampant and little has changed.

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