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  • budicecream budicecream Jun 10, 2003 7:48 AM Flag

    The Hideous 8

    S. Weil - R. Grasso - J. Grubman - M. Stewart - K. Lay - B. Ebbers - Koslowski - Winnick.

    --- and there's more waiting to be added to the list.

    Where are the warrants?

    Where are the indictments?

    Where is the justice?

    Where are the investigators?

    Where is the FBI ? The SEC ?

    The public wants justice and retribution - this is far from over.

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    • where is the sec and fbi you ask. the answer is easy -they are where they usually are i.e. $omewhere el$e.

    • <The public wants justice and retribution - this is far from over.>

      I agree.

      However, when the media, etc. (as you have bravely noted) refuse to address the REAL issues, IT IS CHILLING to the educated public.

      Hence the Street rubs it in your face by INCREASING the media ownership rules.

      The Joe Sixpsack crew does not even want to understand the issues, imo. Just wants the Street to pay his healthcare.

    • I agree... but I'll add one more.

      Where is the NEWS?!!

      Is there a bigger story than the fleecing of American wealth? I don't think so.
      It is hard to find a major paper, magazine, TV show that will discuss the outrageous and dangerous behavior of these Wall St. criminals.
      People should know the story. Amazing that they are not getting the info.

    • Who are you to speak for "the public"?

      "The public" doesn't give a rat's aaaaaass. Only whiners and losers like you want to continue beating a dead horse.

      We're moving on. Get with the program, moron.

 
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