Corzine is getting a pass, would you?

Tuesday, March 27, 2012
By Paul Martin

Commentary: Corzine, Kardashian and Martin are a test for justice

By David Weidner
MarketWatch.com
March 27, 2012

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Here’s a thought. Do you think you would be walking free today if you told the police you lost $1.6 billion in other people’s money?

Of course not. But that’s justice in America today.

The man who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida walks free and the TV talking heads say his “hoodie” was as much to blame as his shooter.

Jon Corzine, who allegedly authorized what amounts to theft of customer funds, hoofs it too.

But the so-called “flour bomber” who “assaulted” Kim Kardashian was promptly detained by police.

Apparently depriving people of their savings and killing people aren’t any match for making dirty laundry.

The lesson? If only Corzine had worn a hoodie, eaten some Skittles and dumped some Gold Medal All-Purpose on Warren Buffett, maybe we wouldn’t be wondering why nearly five months after the bankruptcy of MF Global Holdings Ltd. /quotes/zigman/7192996 MFGLQ -5.26% not a single person has been charged in the looting of $1.6 billion in customer funds.

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