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Low conviction

16 July 2012 By Reynolds Holding

Rate-rigging sentences might assuage public lust for Wall Street scalps. But U.S. prosecutors have missed big on financial-crisis villains. Al Capone was nailed for tax evasion. Libor convictions would also miss the point – and might only get real banksters’ distant cousins.

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