Financial-crisis probes miss their mark

05/24/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

The Justice Department has abandoned its investigation of a number of American International Group executives, highlighting the challenges faced by officials who seek to bring charges against individuals who may have had a hand in sparking the financial crisis. The requirement to prove criminal intent or to catch bankers in knowing lies sets an impossibly high bar in most such cases, officials say.

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