Is part of the beauty of this Bermuda sunset pollution from one or a multitude of sources including vehicle exhaust, fossil fuel consumption, like coal, or scores of other sources, many produced by corporations unwilling to relent?
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Otherwise, existing auditors, inspector generals, bureaus, commissions or agencies need to be improved and much more independent from the markets or agencies that they are allegedly checking into. How would you know whether these oversight agencies are unbiased?
Check out their rulings on past similar complaints in their own records, some of which may be included on the Internet. Did they seem to ignore the actual facts and clear whomever they were checking upon? If so, you need to either report them, or check into activation of a consumer class legal action to challenge their improper activities.
There are, of course, federal agencies like the FBI, the CIA, NSA and the US Justice Department that are seemingly immune from regular, effective checks even though there are agencies able to check on them: the U.S. Attorney or the U.S Inspector General, both part of the Justice Department. That department too has had its failures to deal with corruption or law breakers.
'Whitey' Bulger Trial Details FBI Corruption (ABC News)
CIA and the Culture of Corruption (Truthout.org)
Most Corrupt Agencies -- Environmental Protection Agency (http://www.mostcorrupt.com)
JPMORGAN CHASE: Another Slap on The Wrist For Wall Street (Rolling Stone)
Senator (Elizabeth) Warren Pushes on Failure to Prosecute Banks (Salon.com)
Fines and Other Security Enforcement Actions Against Insurers and Agents (insurancenewsnet.com)
Global Warming Cannot Be Ignored (Washington Post)
Corruption Around the World (Security Management.com)
While scrutinizing follow ups to stories with headlines like these, seldom does one discover that government officials or corporate officials ever get charged with the crimes they are suspected of committing. Nor do the superrich businessmen personally get punished with fines as part of the millions or billions of dollars their corporations pay from lawsuit damages; nor are corporate heads even usually cited as responsible for the illegal or unethical conduct involved in the consumer or other complaints against the firms they supervise.
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