The original argument was that Large corporations are not ever called into account for violating the law. I'm asking for citations that prove that.
That's not true. You are essentially changing the original argument in order to weaken it.
Noone stated large corporations are never called into account, until yourself.
What you have provided is a grand example of conjecture with zero proof that companies of a certain size just "get away with it"
The argument has more basis than mere conjecture.
The existence of some companies being called into account is proof that it is true that some companies do break the law, and it also shows, that sometimes companies do get called to account.
There is no evidence to support the contention that all (or most) companies who do break the law get called on it successfully. There is no evidence you provided to support the contention that all companies who get discovered get punished.
I'm just saying that being a huge corporation does not exempt you from being found criminally liable and the perception otherwise is nothing more than mythology born of class envy and politics.
The argument is that the larger companies have more resources available at their disposal in order to conceal their wrongdoing, therefore, the larger company is very likely to get away with much larger amounts of wrongdoing.
It's not a myth, unless you can prove it is a myth.
There are very good inherent reasons to believe this would be true.
Conjecture is not necessary. You have only to look at human nature and basic logical deduction and statistics to figure out that this is more likely to be true than what you contend.