Gao Bohan wrote:But my perspective on the American justice system is that is generally fair and objective. Laws and regulations, particularly in the criminal arena, are rigorously enforced. Even at the national level, congressmen, senators, and governors are routinely investigated and when crime is discovered, prosecuted and imprisoned. There are, I believe, two former governors and several congressmen currently incarcerated in federal penitentiaries. Criminals running the gamut from petty thieves to rich and powerful inside traders are made to serve their time.
I hate to say this, but I think you're living in a former era. Things have changed. You need to pay attention to what the whole Occupy Wall Street movement was about.
I could give you lots of links, but I'll start with one article:
Why Isn't Wall Street in Jail?
And one video:
Bill Black @Occupy Wall Street
Let me know if you want more to read/watch more. I've got plenty of links.