Saturday, November 23, 2013

Bbb..But you can’t arrest a Banker, can you?

British police arrest former Co-op Bank chairman in drugs probe

At last the plod have arrested the former chairman of the Co-operative Bank as part of an investigation into the supply of illegal drugs, ratcheting up pressure on the 141-year-old bank as investors mull plugging a £1.48 billion capital shortfall. Followers of the case will recall the pictures in last week's Sunday newspapers.

Posted by alan @ 05:09 PM (3613 views)
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5 thoughts on “Bbb..But you can’t arrest a Banker, can you?

  • You can arrest bankers, but not for banking crimes as those are commuted by the bank collectively and not individual employees.

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  • Gotrippedoffbythebanks says:

    He may be arrested and even charged but the money this guy has earned will stop him being jailed. After all he is a banker.

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  • They simply refuse to prosecute mortgage fraud, to save the system so will use GCHQ spying to nab folk for irrelevant “crimes” when they screw the wrong insiders. I know a lady who is having her farm re=possessed due to mortgage fraud, where the £100k changed hands to bring on the foreclosure, fraudulently, and the word is that the courts will not prosecute because it could bring the system down, i.e. this is happening all over. Helps explain why so many farmers and businesses are out of business, so we must end this fraud to help get the economy back on its feet, but prosecute fraud and let the man smoke crack, for it is a victimless crime but offer him rehab.

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