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Posted Wednesday 29th January 2014 02:41 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. stating the bleeding obvious to even a blind man on a galloping horse on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/01/28/charles_shrem_quits_bitcoin_foundation_board/
Re: Equal Justice? Nope ……. Next stop and logical step, rope for dopes with no places to hide?

Big banks launder billions of dollars a year. Do any of them get indicted? Nope, their CEO’s get raises. ….Dani Eder Posted Tuesday 28th January 2014 23:04 GMT

Hi, Dani Eder,
Here be a ringing Daily Bell support for your view, which at the time of this writing has at least dopey banker fan here showing an odious and obviously odd down vote and their approval of a crooked justice system, which in the past has always been the precursor and legitimate justification in extremis for popular violence and revolutionary action against those right at the top of the chains of command responsible, and held non accountable. Such be just natural and fully to be expected in the greater scheme of things ……..

Please note that this news follows reports that HSBC has settled a money-laundering probe for a record $1.92 billion. Fox tells us the following:

Settling charges it gave drug lords and terrorists access to the U.S. financial system, British banking giant HSBC (HBC) agreed to pay a record $1.92 billion on Tuesday and accepted responsibility for inadequate anti-money laundering compliance. While the settlement shatters records in terms of monetary penalties, HSBC executives are avoiding criminal prosecution even though officials have accused them of helping countries break the law and the bank of becoming the “preferred financial institution” for drug cartels. “The record of dysfunction that prevailed at HSBC for many years was astonishing,” Lanny Breuer, Assistant Attorney General at the DOJ, said in a statement. “Today, HSBC is paying a heavy price for its conduct, and, under the terms of today’s agreement, if the bank fails to comply with the agreement in any way, we reserve the right to fully prosecute it.”

This provides us with a stark comparison. In one case, defendants face decades in jail for facilitating drug transactions. But institutionalized money laundering to facilitate the international drug trade is dealt with via a fine that is no doubt incidental to HSBC’s profits.

Can any of all of that be plausibly denied and said to be untrue and unjustifiable? And are elected politicians responsible too because of their tacit support in not doing anything to really remedy anything? And is that a rhetorical question?
Questions, questions, questions. Always so many questions with silence a telling non-answer to prove the premise right and proper.
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amanfromMars said… replying to an Anonymous entity commenting on http://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/140128.html
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29 January 2014 05:32
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amanfromMars …. commenting on http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/01/journalist-who-made-up-hack-heaven-story-barred-from-legal-profession/

Sixteen years after Glass was caught, it’s hard to imagine fabulism on Glass’ level getting published more than once.

Sixteen years on, Joe, a much smarter imaginative fabulism only needs to be published once to do whatever it be intelligently designed to do with IT and Media.
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Posted Wednesday 29th January 2014 13:25 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/01/28/charles_shrem_quits_bitcoin_foundation_board/
Wakey, wakey …….

But it’s not as if Bitcoin is the only case where the big stick is being waved. ….. I ain’t Spartacus Posted Wednesday 29th January 2014 09:55 GMT

Bitcoin is uniquely conspicuous in being the only money system which has its lead/head admin arrested and threatened with doing jail time, I ain’t Spartacus, and that is the point you be clearly missing and which would support the other bit ….. “..about how they get away with
And d3rrial [who posted Wednesday 29th January 2014 11:24 GMT] very clearly explains who be doing all the paying of nonsensical fines which be levied on crooked banks in the control of gangsters. It cost them practically nothing whenever they be not paying so expect more of the same, again and again.
Here be such an example ….. RBS facing £8bn loss after latest mis-selling scandal
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