In journalist Tom Mueller’s newest work, Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing In An Age of Fraud, he makes a case for how the United States, which was founded on the premise of “equal justice under law” has become a “banana republic.” The 600-page book covers some 200 plus interviews with whistleblowers, which includes me and the… [Read More]
Too big to be held accountable?
Well the jury’s in. And the results are not good. It appears we are more lenient towards white-collar financial crimes than ever, with fewer financial crimes cited and lesser fines/settlements paid. In our present administration, fines and settlements against corporations have plummeted and prosecutions of individuals are falling to record lows. In the last administration the Department… [Read More]