Money Laundering Prosecution Flow Chart

February 26th, 2013
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In December GEI News posted an article about the arrest of three unnamed traders in connection with the LIBOR interest rate fixing scandal.  The headline clearly indicates the issue as seen by EconintersectBank Fraud: Underlings Arrested, Banks Too Big to Indict.  That article inspired James Barnes, administrator at Best Criminal Justice, to develop an info graphic about prosecution of financial institutions.  Click through Read more >> to view the cynical product of James Barnes' genius.

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US Criminal Justice System Double Standard by BestCriminalJustice.com

 









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