Alleged Insider Trader Donald Longueuil Didn't Even Have The Decency To Rep The North Face Brand Post Charges

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One of the many things we've learned in the wake of last week's new insider trading charges is that it wasn't enough for former CR Intrinsic trader Donald Longueuil to betray SAC's trust- he felt it necessary to doubly hit Steve where it hurts. In addition to (possibly) engaging in illegal activities (before and) while employed by the hedge fund, he had the audacity to wear a non-SAC approved brand of fleece, North Face, while repping the firm. Said fleece was made famous in the recording in which Longueuil tells fellow trader Noah Freeman that he stashed broken up bits of a hard drive in his zip up on the way to chucking them in various garbage trucks around the city in an effort to destroy evidence. So you'd think he'd want to wear it while the cameras were snapping away but no! Apparently Long's a bit a whore when it comes to outerwear.

That's right. North Face for the dirty work, LL Bean around town.

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