Closing Arguments: How to Punish AIG?

By David Schoetz

Mar 16, 2009 11:02pm

We reported earlier tonight that it may be too late to stop some of the $165 million in AIG bonuses, despite the backlash many Americans are expressing toward the insurance giant. But all of the rabble-rousing aside, if the contracts dictating these bonuses cannot be rescinded, what action do you think the government should take to signal the outrage? Tell us what you think. And follow "Nightline" on Twitter:

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