39 thoughts on “HSBC bankers helped drug gangsters, al-Qaida

    • Hi, it is more than just one person or one bank.

      From the report on the US Senate and HSBC, I think that this time they have been unusually critical on Big Business, while in other instances they tend to be rather uncritical. Maybe it is because this time it was about a British, not a US American, bank?

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