You are correct to a point. However, if what was done was legal but unethical, then it's a gray area since it IS legal to do. If it was done illegally, let the law hit them like a ton of bricks. If it was legal, then the buyer is the one who should beware.
My statement about this
People should know, above all else, that stealing from the rich is not a right. It is our moral responsibility.
.. though isn't targeted to just the banking industry, but to any 'rich' person. I've seen blogs and gotten into arguments with people who think that ALL rich and wealthy people stole their money. That in order for them to be successful, that they have to cheat the middle class and poorer people out of their money
It's amazing how many people seem to think that the wealthy steal the money they get. That to become rich, the rich use illegal means of cheat their customers in order to get the money. It can be a very short hop from deciding it's alright to steal from such 'cheats' because they can 1, afford to loose the money and 2, because it was gotten by theft anyways.
I meant the above. most business people have earned their wealth by hard work. It often isn't;t hand labor, but keeping a business running is not an easy thing to do. You have to manage the payroll, taxes, inventory, power, water and a host of other things that can leave a person mentally drained. It might not be physical labor, but physical labor alone is not and should NEVER be the only requirement for 'hard work' for a business to succeed.