Crimes of the Powerful Go Largely Unreported, Undetected, and Unpunished
Punishment would range from short or long term share confiscation, dividends to be used to provide health care to victims; to a "negligent homicide" charge in which shareholders are subject to a prison term, the length of which is dependant on the amount of shares they hold and the severity of the crime. Bush has recognised that leaving corporations subject to regulatory agencies is not ideal. "We must remove the burden for controlling corporations from big government, from regulation and fines, and place it squarely on the judiciary," (Bush, 2000) Thus bringing corporate crimes full circle and in line with crimes of an ordinary nature.
It is clear that the human cost of corporate crime is very real to the individual, whether it be financial loss, environmental damage, injury or loss of human life. The need for recompense and the recognition of a moral responsibility needs to be expected by society, not 'dumbed down' because of the criminal being a corporation and not an individual. The act is no less personal and no less criminal!
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