… what are we to do?
You and me would go to jail for decades. He gets a bonus. What’s up with that?
Me, I would have been fired, and I’m betting some of the account employees did if I made the mistake that cost some people their homes. (According to the article, it was illegal.)
Prosecutors make up lies about an accused man and the man gets 3-years in jail. The prosecutor doesn’t even get a slap on the wrist. But he does get prosecutoral immunity (from the Supreme Court no less) that says, no matter what he does, if it’s done in the job, he can’t be sued for it. Even if he lies, makes up evidence and sends people to jail falsely.
Me, if I lied, I go to jail. Not them.
I report. You decide. Is that right?
I really believe that the system is fundamentally broken. I really do not believe that my child will live his entire life in the United States of America.