The right to report malfeasance should be an unwaivable right in a democratic state; obstruction of that right is cartel-like conduct.
In Room for Debate, The New York Times invites knowledgeable outside contributors to discuss news events and other timely issues. In the article titled "Holding Bankers Accountable," the following question was proposed:
Can more be done to hold bankers accountable for the financial crisis or is there a good reason the Justice Department has reached settlements without prosecuting individuals?
For the full version of the article, please visit The New York Times webpage here.