Should bankers face mandatory jail sentences when they commit fraud? | The Tylt
It’s looking unlikely that anyone from Wells Fargo will serve prison time for fraud. Many think bankers should be thrown in jail when they commit fraud. However, the US government rarely pursues those cases, often because they’re difficult to prosecute, and high level executives people almost never get taken down. Instead, the government defers the charges in lieu of fines and reforms. Is this fair? What do you think? Vote below!
Should bankers face mandatory jail sentences when they commit fraud?
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