Why are Criminal Enterprises Able to Run Free in Delaware?

Filed in National by on August 28, 2015

What are our state lawmakers doing about criminal enterprises chartered, incorporated, and employing tens of thousands of citizens in our state? As well as ripping those same people off? Seriously? Shouldn’t they as LAWmakers be doing something? Don’t they have a duty?

I realize that making sure I don’t get a handy or catfished by my hottie of a psychotherapist is an important matter for some representatives of our state, but I wonder if those same people so ready to take away part of the reason I go see her are really doing jack shit about important things?

Shouldn’t they be focused on racketeering? Perhaps an employer engaged and convicted of energy market rigging: 5 banks guilty of rate-rigging, pay more than $5B?

Five major banks Wednesday agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay more than $5.5 billion in collective penalties to settle charges their traders routinely manipulated the world’s foreign-exchange market for their own profit.

The Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and other U.S. and European authorities and regulators said corporate units of Citicorp(C), JPMorgan Chase (JPM), London-based Barclays(BCS) and Royal Bank of Scotland(RBS) acknowledged their traders rigged foreign exchange prices of U.S. dollars and euros from Dec. 2007 to Jan. 2013.

Outlining what she termed a “brazen display of collusion,” U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said investigators found that traders in the nearly unregulated, $5.3-trillion-a-day foreign-exchange market colluded in you-scratch-my-back-and-I’ll-scratch-yours forms of plotting.

The $2.5 billion in criminal fines levied as part of the resolutions represent the largest federal anti-trust penalties ever obtained by U.S. authorities, she said.

Is worthy of a little visit by an Attorney General? Maybe our lawmakers don’t care about military? Because I didn’t see them do anything when Chase was and has been convicted of illegally evicting people from their homes?

So again, aren’t these the things LAWmakers are supposed to care about? Making sure people don’t break the LAWS. And that they create LAWS that people and corporations employing people in Delaware? Look, I know that my favorite Asian massage parlor on Philly Pike was shut down because Yauni yanky the wanky. But who cares about that? Besides me? You know how many times you have to visit an Asian parlor for a message before you get offered off the menu services?

Shouldn’t our state rep’s be making sure that companies in our state that are FUCKING OVER THE ENTIRE CITIZENRY OF THE GOD DAMN PLANET are being held accountable? I wouldn’t be surprised if they are already fucking over people on Mars by now.

I found a list titled “The outrageous List of JP Morgan Crimes and Settlements” ..A Little old sure but I wonder what it takes to shut down someone? Maybe if Jamie Dimon was a Muslim giving dirty sanchez’s out to truckers cuming down I495?

Anyway…what is it they are supposed to be doing to illegal enterprises in our State?

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  1. Rhonda H. Tuman says:

    Beau Biden would have been on top of this before it hit the papers; and would have help write the restitution plan. He was brave and didn’t hesitate when enforcing the law and making sure the citizens of Delaware received their fair share. I don’t fault our current AG, he hasn’t the level of expertise, experience and enforcing the law hasn’t been his life’s work. This is a good opportunity for him to grab on to something solid and run with it. After all, it’s not easy to be easy for the former LG to work in the wide and shadow that Beau’s cast.

  2. Yeah, Beau did a GREAT job going after Ruth Ann Minner, Mark Brainard, Tony DeLuca…oh, wait!

    And he was always on top of that toxin-belching plant in Delaware City.

    He looked the other way just like everybody else. He was ‘brave’ going after out-of-state targets when all he had to do was to sign letters signed by other Attorneys General.

    What, exactly, can you point to during his time as AG to illustrate his bravery in going after corrupt Delaware businesses? Seriously, I’d like to know.

  3. donviti says:

    There’s delusion…and then there’s that statement. oofa

    No doubt she attended the funeral and cried