One law for the rich:
Goldman Sachs (which has also been the lead in stealing $100 trillion from Main Street over the past ten years while leading the laundering of another $100 trillion in dirty money from trafficking in children, drugs, and more, walks on Malaysian case — $2.9 billion fine and no one goes to jail when the normal jail time for $64,500 median bribery crime is 24-30 months in prison.
Another law for the poor:
Fair Wayne Bryant was sentenced in 1997 under the state's habitual offender law. On Thursday, a parole committee voted for his release.