Tom Borgers was tasked by a Congressional commission to investigate the causes of the financial crisis and found repeated examples of mortgage fraud. So why have no high-ranking bank executives been prosecuted?


Source: Behind the financial crisis: A fraud investigator talks

Category: Legal, Video

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3 Responses to “Behind the financial crisis: A fraud investigator talks”

  1. Frilton Miedman says:

    For big banks and the wealthy, It’s not who you know, it’s who you own.

  2. Francois says:


    Barack and the Congress asswipes NEED this campaign cash! They can’t do otherwise; without it, the whole system would go down!

    Just like French authorities decided not to prosecute judges who collaborated with the Gestapo. “La raison d’État!”

  3. bear_in_mind says:

    So much for being a nation of laws. Unbelievable!

    Looks like Lawrence Lessig is on the right track. Unless we curb the stream of influence-peddling through campaign financing, there’s virtually no chance of stopping the fleecing of our country.