- CEOs are kept almost entirely free from serious consequences for their wrongdoing, writes Jonathan Tasini
- Bank executives haven't paid the price for the misdeeds that led to the 2008 financial crisis, he says
Jonathan Tasini has been a frequent commentator on CNN and is a former national surrogate for Bernie Sanders. He is the author of "The Essential Bernie Sanders and His Vision for America," president of the Economic Future Group and the publisher/editor of Working Life. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own.
(CNN)It's not the illegal behavior by top executives of Wells Fargo that makes it clear the people of the country are not safe from the rapacious behavior of Wall Street.