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"Two Million Felonies": Will the Wells Fargo Scandal Finally Change Wall Street?

William K. Black Jr. speaks with Richard Eskow on "The Zero Hour." Big-bank CEOs have presided over a cornucopia of criminality in recent years. Their misdeeds are so varied and numerous that Wall Street begins to loom in the mind like some Hieronymus Bosch landscape, a scene whose occupants stun the imagination with the scope of their diversity and perversity. And yet these top executives have managed to avoid being held accountable - legally, financially, and even socially - for their actions.
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