The DBA needs about ten years of busting big rocks into little ones--that would serve as a good deterrent to that sort of behavior.That ia absolutely what they need, but instead, they will get a slap on the hand and possibly a small fine. athe fine will be a drop in a bucket compared to their assets. That only gives them the incenitive to repeat their actions.Lots of sh___it would stop if the fcra would really crack down on them with some major fines, fines that would have a tremendous affect on their pocket books.
I for one am tired of "white collar crimes" being treated with kid gloves. When you embezzle millions of dollars and wreck people's lives, you should do hard time just like a common criminal who steals and robs. Justice, and the integrity of our nation's financial system, demand it.
The people who hosed Enron should have gotten life in a labor camp.