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June 11, 2012

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robert

Does everybody understands that 31 million $ is a ridiculously low price to get away from this case? If CITI and other banks had paid attention to QA people and whistleblowers instead of humiliating them, intimidating then and moving them to insignificant positions, the world would have avoided a financial crisis! And what's the cost of the financial crisis? So closing this case for 31 million $ is a parody of justice

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