Ex-Wells employees who were fired for NOT committing fraud launch $2.6B lawsuit

At some point in this dumpster fire, I’ve bumped against the realization that a de facto condition for continued employment at Wells Fargo was not only a willingness to ignore, but a documented history of committing criminal fraud.

On an institutional scale.

For half a decade (at least).

I know that RICO gets wrongly invoked by non-lawyers all the time, and I am definitely not a lawyer.

But if what Wells Fargo was doing does not qualify as “organized crime” then I don’t know what meaning those words have.


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