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Thursday, August 21, 2014


Victor Kaplan

Financial penalties that come out of the big banks' profits won't deter future criminal activity because the perpetrators don't feel the pain. People need to go to jail so future higher-ups will think twice before engaging in criminal activity. These penalties are a joke.

Vivian D'Angio

Since corporations believe they are entitled to the same rights as persons ..based on the Supreme Court decision on Citizens United.... shouldn't they be tried under the criminal code which applies to all us "persons"?

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