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loganhunter
03:44 PM on 10/16/2013
When are we going to arrest these criminals and prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law?

WHY do we continue to make deals that will only be taken out on lower level employees?
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Midnight Toker
Corporations are not people
05:31 PM on 10/16/2013
The Obama corporation like the Bush corporation before him cannot jail their bosses.
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loganhunter
08:08 PM on 10/16/2013
Its definitely one of those thing I wish Obama had pursued, but then I watched as the GOP watered down or refused to negotiate any regulations for the financial industry in 2009

 and they must fear that Obama may actually do something about it because the campaign funds went overwhelmingly to Romney

 It might be a waste of time to pursue given the prevailing shtty  attitude and actions  of the GOP
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Me atlast
Live, Love, Paint
03:43 PM on 10/16/2013
Need to move that decimal 3 points to the right.
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03:42 PM on 10/16/2013
Againnnnnnnnnnnnn.
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SaucyD
Can you hear me now!
03:31 PM on 10/16/2013
...yet Jamie STILL has his job!
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RMForbes
Ask me about industrial hemp
03:34 PM on 10/16/2013
and yet nobody has gone to jail as well!
03:18 PM on 10/16/2013
That's proportional to my prune danish and a cup of coffee.
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ALiberalKidd
Before U Fan Know, Liberal ON Poor, Peace, Race
03:05 PM on 10/16/2013
Not good enough, send these corrupt "B" st-rds to jail for life. Every criminal should be able to admit reckless behavior and get off with a small fine.
02:57 PM on 10/16/2013
Lost 6 billion, paying 100 million? Hmmm? That would be less than 1.7 cents on the dollar. Not bad deal for "too big to fail." Of course, no jail time for such a tiny crime.
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loganhunter
03:48 PM on 10/16/2013
SO much for all equal under the eyes of the law.
they really should take that ridiculous blindfold off lady justice. Its been proven a farce time and time again. Maybe replace it with a hundred dollar bill or something
Gmasters
Never underestimate the Power of Human Stupidity!
06:53 PM on 10/16/2013
Nah. Just add a Credit Card swipe terminal in her hand.
02:46 PM on 10/16/2013
When's that puke Jamie-boy going to prison???
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02:44 PM on 10/16/2013
Chump change..
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Areyoukiddingg
We need a Reset
02:36 PM on 10/16/2013
To JP Morgan Chase this is just a slap on the wrist; the cost of doing business. Put Jamie Dimon in prison along with the rest of the "TBTF" Ceos. For a longggg time.
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jayzzz
What's this do? What's that do?!
02:29 PM on 10/16/2013
As if anyone needed another 100M reasons to lock up these theives.....
02:17 PM on 10/16/2013
Oh dear- they may have to go to their second favorite lunch spot for a week or so..... Charging the largest financial institution the world has ever seen a FINE, is like punishing a cocaine cartel by demanding 0.005% of its annual harvest. That's not a deterrent- that's encouragement!
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pluc
my daddy was DA vinci
02:15 PM on 10/16/2013
Is that all???????????????????
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olitenup
02:10 PM on 10/16/2013
And yet dimon is not in prison.
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carolgregor
02:10 PM on 10/16/2013
Breaking the law is the only way these people can make money. This loss of ethics and our lack of justice will destroy us all.
Jail Dimon and take away his money.