As I understand it, you two are arguing about when an employee of a corporation is considered a separate entity from the corporation and is, therefore, held personally responsibly for his or her criminal act.
I'm just trying to figure this out, but I'm at a loss about the reasoning that sustains an employee acting illegally under the umbrella of incorporated entity. As I understand it, Velvet is arguing that criminal acts are not protected by incorporation. Wolfe is arguing that, while this may be true in law, in practice, corporations my exert so much power that law enforcement gets fearful and doesn't investigate, or if it does, prosecutors back off.
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