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A new Frontline report looks at Wall Street's 'Untouchables'




Street signs at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets at the New York Stock Exchange.
Street signs at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets at the New York Stock Exchange.
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More than a million Americans have lost their homes since the housing meltdown began in 2007. Many blamed banks for handing out bad loans to consumers who couldn't afford them. But despite accusations of fraudulent lending practices, not a single Wall Street executive has been indicted on criminal charges.

Why not?

That's the question being asked in a new documentary by PBS' Frontline called "the Untouchables." Martin Smith - producer and correspondent for the show joined Take Two with more.