Ready. Set. Fraud. The rule of law is dead in Europe

This article is confusing in that it presumes the reader knows about Bailout and Bailout 2, as there is no explanation. Bailout 2 includes a compilation of brief summaries of more than 300 episodes of the Keiser Report. Otherwise, I have no clue about Bailout and Bailout 2.

The headline should read: Ready. Set. Fraud. The rule of law is dead in Europe and in the US. Or, Bailout and Bailout 2 Described.

Ready. Set. Fraud. The rule of law is dead in Europe.

By John Titus
Mar 28, 2013

A case in point is the recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. Holder’s jaw-dropping admission that certain banks are too big to prosecute, quite aside from its grave legal and constitutional ramifications (which will draw a separate post soon), was actually foreshadowed on the Keiser Report, though I had no way of knowing it at the time.

In Episode 313, Max interviewed Ian Fraser, who set forth a brief history of criminal financial prosecutions in the UK. Two separate events discussed by Fraser starting at the 15:06 mark were essentially replicated in the U.S. shortly after Fraser discussed them in the Keiser Report:

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