More like this, please.
Officials in Santa Cruz county, California, have cut all ties with Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase after an examination of both organizations’ histories of cash settlements over fraud allegations.
Santa Cruz Treasurer-Tax Collector Fred Keeley said Thursday evening that the banks, which were handling some of the county’s bond investments, had engaged in unacceptable practices that should alarm any official charged with handling public dollars.
“There seems to be no limit to the greed of some of our nation’s largest banks,” Keeley said . . . .
One of the things that keeps the banksters going is that persons keep going to them. Since all they care about is money, the only consequences that will get their attention must involve money (or perhaps jails).
So far, we have reinforced their recklessness and duplicity: we keep giving them more money for doing the same things all over again once more.