At a conference in Orlando this year, for example, Mr. Bharara recalled a scene from the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street,” when a character threw a subpoena in a trash can to urinate on it. Mr. Bharara told the crowd that he grew agitated, struggling to understand why anyone would show such disdain for a subpoena. “Then I realized something very important,” he said, pausing for effect. “It was sent by prosecutors in Brooklyn” rather than from his office in Manhattan, he added to an eruption of laughter. “And then I totally calmed down.” [Dealbook via Matt]
If You Need Preet Bharara, He'll Be In His Office Screaming Into A Pillow
It's like the Supreme Court is trying to hurt him/discredit his life's work.
Preet Bharara Is Going Out In The Most Preet Bharara Way Possible
Getting fired by the president might be the best thing that ever happened to Preet Bharara.