NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- You may be understandably bummed that regulators didn't crack down on any big Wall Street names after the financial crisis, but take some comfort that law enforcers at least hopped to it when there was a real threat to the public at the Senate Banking Committee hearing today.As the crowd in a packed hearing room awaited testimony by JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, the cops rounded up a group of noisy protestors who'd shown up for the big event. So you can rest easy that all is again well in the financial markets.
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