'Inside Job' Oscar-winner and the Wall Street Meltdown

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Sunday's Oscar ceremonies were widely criticized as a snooze, but when Inside Job won for best documentary its director seized the moment. The film depicts the 2008 financial meltdown as a crime committed by greedy Wall Street bankers. Charles Ferguson told the Academy that "three years after a horrific financial crisis caused by massive fraud, not a financial executive has gone to jail – and that's wrong." Kevin Hall is national economics correspondent for the McClatchy Newspapers.




Warren Olney