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Published 3 years ago with 4 Comments

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  • NotWearingPants
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    So they would be able to avoid prosecution for, say, bribery by offering money to the government. We should come up with a word for that.

    • rosellem
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      I need to be able to give you more than one upvote for that comment. Nailed it.

  • AdelleChattre
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    So, wait, the UK government prosecutes criminal corporations? Or, at least, did until recently? How delightfully quaint and well-meaning.

    • redalastor
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      The UK is still paying (literally) for having been screwed centuries ago by the South Sea Company. It's understandable they'd take some precautions.

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