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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Warren questions whether current enforcement strategy is any deterrent at all
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Neither the bank's paying $20 billion in fines last year nor criminal behavior...
Common Dreams staff
CNN report exposes pressure on federal prosecutors to avoid criminal charges


While marauding banksters trashing the environment and global economy have yet to see a day in jail, climate change activist Reverend Billy faces a year in prison for a recent "extinction resurrection" performance by his Church of Stop Shopping Choir, dressed as now-extinct golden frogs, at a NYC branch of JP Morgan Chase, the world's top investor in global warming projects. For their performance of "We Surround You," the City charged the frequently arrested Reverend, aka Bill Talen, with riot...