At the risk of sounding obsessive [surely not ? - Ed], if Jeff Skilling could be banged up for misleading the Enron shareholders, aren't there several other candidates for this fate in the banking sector ?
And now, hot on the heels of the news that Fred Goodwin is being eyed up for charges, comes this from the USA - a country where they do usually go for some exemplary treatment at the top, but have signally failed to do so since 2008. Doesn't seem to be criminal charges - yet - but it's a start.
This isn't just the seeking of petty revenge. It's the only thing that can vaguely add punch to a we're all in it together. And in terms of what's to come in 2012, that's rather important.