I've just seen this video:
What happens in the video:
Explanation of what HSBC did (laundering money for drug lords and terrorists), and explanation of their punishment: A mere $1,9 billion fine (after having established their 20 billion profit).
I'd like to know what you guys think about this? Why does HSBC not get criminal charges against them for this? Is there a simple reason, or is this just a profound sickness in the US government's decisions?
For those who don't want to watch the video, this fact is important for you to know: About 10 years ago, a woman was sentenced to LIFE because her ex-boyfriend hid 40 dollars worth of cocaine in her basement. HSBC had 60 TRILLION dollars of suspicious activity with drug lords and terrorists, and got NO criminal charges whatsoever. Where is justice?