National Law Review: Iceland’s Response to Bank Fraud – A Lesson for the U.S.?

Iceland’s Response to Bank Fraud – A Lesson for the U.S.?

According to Reuters, the government tapped a 50 year old policeman from a small fishing village to be a special prosecutor. In an interview with the news service, special prosecutor Olafur Hauksson claimed that no individual was too big to prosecute. “It is dangerous that someone is too big to investigate – it gives a sense there is a safe haven,” he said.

None is above
The law, no bank
Executive,
None with high rank.
~Day