The DOJ won’t act

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Regarding the letter by Matt Wirginis (“JPMorgan Paid,” Nov. 7) and possible criminal action against JPMorgan: Mr. Wirginis makes some interesting points, as with JPMorgan being poorly treated. Who knows?

I doubt that the Department of Justice will prosecute; it brought no criminal prosecution against Angelo Mozilo, who owned and ran Countrywide Financial, so I doubt that the Department of Justice will prosecute JPMorgan. Did anyone in charge at Washington Mutual face criminal prosecution? I don’t think so.

On one other point of interest, this respecting the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, the president promised that people who were content with their health insurance plans and doctors could keep them. That turned out to be not the case. Do you think the Department of Justice will or might bring perjury charges? Did the president simply misspeak?

ALAN SCHULTZ
McCandless


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