I didn’t need to click on a link to know that JPM settled a criminal case relating to the financial crisis, that was news on every major news outlet. Do you know who has done similar? Several other large banks.
Your claim was that all kinds of people were never prosecuted for fraud. What I asked for was show me evidence of frauds where the government chose not to prosecute an individual on whom they had actionable evidence. You understand there is a difference between being able to prove a corporation violated the law and being able to prove an individual violated the law? An article talking about how the government went after a corporation and fined them heavily is not at all evidence showing the government had actionable evidence on which it could have charged an individual, and failed to do so.
FWIW there are many cases of government going after executives. Do you not see all the insider trader cases the NY U.S. Attorney has prosecuted in the past 5 years? Or the LIBOR rate fixing cases, the government went after individuals there (three men involved were charged with conspiracy.) I see no evidence that when the government has evidence it has failed to go after white collar criminals. Your assumption seems to be that because the government pursued criminal charges against JP Morgan but not individual criminal charges, it was giving the executives of the company a pass.
Instead it simply means they did not have actionable evidence against any of the individuals that they committed individual crimes, corporations have statutes regulating their behavior that can make things criminal, and provably so, even if you cannot prove direct criminality of any of its officers or agents on an individual basis.
Also, in the future don’t link to garbage news source like Rolling Stone. Actually try reading the papers where I got real information on prosecutions of banks and executives (not emotional nonsense a magazine of liars like RS puts out)–the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal.