Now here's a thing. Jeff Skilling (Enron) is doing 24 years, with a $45 million fine, for the crime of making misleading statements about the company's activities and financial well-being.
And did you watch the Beeb programme on RBS tonight ? (if not, it's worth it - unless you lost a packet on the bastards and you value your TV screen.) We've known it all for years, of course, but the culpable stupidity is still quite a shocker.
The film relies heavily on actual recordings of shareholder meetings, analyst calls etc, so we can all form our own views. Just how many of those softly-spoken senior Scottish banking types made misleading statements that you heard ? On sub-prime, ABN-Amro ... right up until the crash, and then some - condemned out of their own mouths.
Just sayin' ...