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Max Keiser talks to former UK fraud squad cop on why bankers aren’t being prosecuted October 17, 2012

Posted by larry in economics.
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Rowan-Bosworth-Davies tells Max Keiser why, in his view, bankers are not being prosecuted in the UK. The interview takes place half way through the program. The former police office has his own blog: Rowans-blog.blogspot.co.uk which is worth reading. It is sobering reading even for those of you who consider yourselves cynical enough already. The first part of the program discusses Jamie Dimon’s role in the ongoing features of the financial crisis, not what he and his bank, J. P. Morgan, were involved in just a few years ago. Parts of it may seem a little overly dramatic, but information is presented.

Happy viewing, as it were.

IN case the ’embed’ command doesn’t work, go to the program via this link: http://rt.com/programs/keiser-report/episode-354-max-keiser/.

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