We live in a world of double standards (I understand it’s impossible to be totally fair)but it seems to be getting worse.
Here’s something I really don’t understand. It seems that the law is applied very differently to corporations, especially banks, than to individuals.
Suppose an individual citizen was caught by the government laundering money through for an officially recognised terrorist group. It was not a one time mistake but a systematic activity of money laundering spanning several years and involving up to $329M by moving drug money into the United States, using it to purchase goods, in this case used cars, which were then shipped to West Africa. The money from the sale of the cars were then funnelled to Hezbollah terrorist organisations in Lebanon for the purchase of weapons.
What do you suppose the penalty for such a crime that funded and openly sponsored terrorism would be for…
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