Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Burning Down The House

I do like how he resigned about 5 minutes after publicly threatening to show everybody where the bodies were buried.
The chairman resigns to save the CEO. The CEO makes a public threat to drag the central bank into the mire. And the previous government. And the Treasury.

Next morning, the CEO resigns and the chairman re-installs himself to "oversee transition". The police, who said they could not prosecute, now say they might.