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BofA scandal fines top $29 billion

They don't much go to prison, but the people who run Bank of America and its acquired companies keep getting nailed for ripping Americans off

BofA scandal fines top $29 billion

http://blogs.wsj.com/deals/2012/09/28/bank-of-americas-settlements-29-billion-since-2009/

-- Wall St. Journal's list of $29 billion in Bank of America civil penalties since 2008, mostly for reckless or illegal home mortgage loan practices. 

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