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Regarding the Feb. 18 headline "Financial Troubles Ahead for Most Future Retirees": While there is certainly an element of individual fault involved, a significant part of the problem lies within the machinations of Wall Street executive types and the executives of those oh-so-large banks and financial houses who, despite documented criminality, remain unprosecuted.
Of course, with the passage of time, the meter -- the statute of limitations -- may well have run down concerning some, though not all, such cases. Still one sees no sign of prosecution. How come?
First Published February 26, 2013 12:00 am