Earlier this morning, Raj Rajaratnam’s 7-man legal team led by attorney John Down gave its final remarks in the insider trading case. While the Galleon founder is, of course, innocent until prove guilty, much of the evidence brought by the prosecution has made him look prettay prettay prettay bad, including but not limited to recordings of Raj complimenting Danielle Chiesi on how she “played” a tech exec into giving her material non-public information and one of him telling a friend he knew to buy shares of a company because “one of our guys is on the board,” as well as testimony from a former McKinsey exec that Raj paid him $1 million for his tip about AMD’s acquisition of ATI and the previously undisclosed fact that the defense’s big witness, Richard Schutte, was gifted with a $15 million investment in his hedge fund by the Rajaratnam family two weeks prior to speaking glowingly of Raj. How did Dowd explain all that in his wrap-up? It’s pretty simple, really. Everyone who said something that suggested his client was guilty is a liar. Read more »
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