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    Inside Story Americas - Are US banks untouchable?

    Al Jazeera English

    by Al Jazeera English

    We ask why no charges have been brought against US banking institutions for their part in the global financial crisis. We also ask why the US still refuses to recognize Nicolas Maduro as the elected Venezuelan president? Shihab Rattansi discusses with guests Russel Mokhiber, the editor of Corporate Crime Reporter; and Bartlett Naylor, the financial policy advocate at Public Citizen, and a former chief of investigations for the US Senate Banking Committee.