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Thursday, February 28, 2013
Is The Justice Department Attacking Capitalism?
Why is the U.S. Justice Department so intent on prosecuting some people for crimes apparently committed abroad? Whether it's a financier or an elected official, why prosecute those people for crimes when the host country -- the place where the act occurred -- doesn't consider it a crime or hasn't decided to prosecute it?
In this new article, I explore some theories for this new, troubling development. Is this all a part of a strategy, a policy, to attack capitalism? Keep reading...
Labels: crony capitalism, foreign crime, foreign stock market, Obama sequester, offshore crime, offshore hedge fund, securities fraud class action
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