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Watchdog Article: Conflicts of interest may explain lack of DOJ Wall Street prosecutions

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An investigation by Peter Schweitzer's Government Accountability Institute (GAI) has concluded that conflicts of interest among President Obama's top Department of Justice appointees may explain why nobody on Wall Street has been prosecuted by the government following the economic meltdown of 2008. The conflicts stem from longstanding employment relationships of the appointees with law firms...

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