"The FBI (recently) released its annual 'Crime in the United States' report, a useful but grizzly compendium of all the murders and thefts and rapes across the country and their costs. ... The report contains no statistics on the accounting and securities frauds that have rocked the economy in the last two years. ... Because the FBI lacks a congressional mandate to collect data on corporate crime, the American public lacks good information on what has become a pressing national problem-a corporate crime wave. The dangerous consequence is that the absence of data ignores the problem of suite crime while stirring up fear about street crime."
-Los Angeles Times