The Prosecution Gap: Corporate Polluters Rarely Criminally Charged for Violating Environmental Law

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  • Rob B.
    June 13, 2017 at 7:45 am

    Taking the long view on this:
    The planet will survive no matter what humans do, it has proven itself time and again to bounce back after catastrophic astroids… No, this issue has to do with the human beings in the effected areas (where crimes were committed) and the corporate non-human humans known as corporations and the fact that the non-human corporations get away with what would be punished with jail terms if an actual human were to do the same crime.
    America needs to charge the humans beings who run the non-human corporations that cause the damages mentioned in this report with real charges that impose definite penalties.

  • FixItStupid
    June 13, 2017 at 7:45 am

     WOULD BE NUCLEAR ????????????????  KILLING THE EARTH  ?????  GREED MONEY HAS KILLED THE EARTH………   KNOW THAT !!!!!!!  DAM GOV.

  • CHRISTsWIFE PERSPECTIVE
    June 13, 2017 at 7:45 am

    BUT we little people go to jail for petty insufficient crimes… …like driving…or selling lemon aide…or peaceful protests… while they .commit high crimes that affect our economy… greatly! Tacky!

  • CHRISTsWIFE PERSPECTIVE
    June 13, 2017 at 7:45 am

    BUT we little people go to jail for petty insufficient crimes… …like driving…or selling lemon aide…or peaceful protests… while they .commit high crimes that affect our economy… greatly! Tacky!