Analysis: heads should roll at ASIC for six wasted years
If no-one at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission quits over the failed prosecution of Fortescue Metals Group and Andrew Forrest then someone ought to be sacked.
Not only has ASIC wasted time and taxpayers' money on what was a pointless case from the day it was launched, but the focus on Forrest will have prevented other, more worthwhile prosecutions, from proceeding.
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