Solerpower wrote:pattymac wrote:Bernie Madoff isn't the only one though, you're right about it, but hes not the only white collar criminal and some of the shit that gets slung around it pretty bogus.
I'm interested in WCC defense as well. Look at the Ford Pinto case. Most overblown dog and pony show ever. Yes, it was ludicrous that Ford put out a car that had some serious, serious design flaws and a lot of people were injured. However, at the time it was no less dangerous than any other car on the market. And why did Ford rush the production of it? Trying to keep up with the demand for sub compacts that the foreign companies (volkswagon and I belieeeve mitsubishi) were dominating. Not for selfish reasons so they could line their own pockets, but so the mummies and daddies making six figures turning screws on the production line could continue doing so.
The Ford Pinto Cases were product liability and negligence, not white collar criminal defense.
But you did get Enron right...
Hooray for 50%???
The poster you quoted is talking about the reckless homicide case.
But you did get Ford right...
Hooray for 0%???