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Lynn Tilton Gets Off

The SEC fails to get the fuzzy cuffs on Wall Street's Joan of Arc.
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She did it...she actually did it.

The Securities and Exchange Commission's fraud case against investor Lynn Tilton was dismissed, CNBC has confirmed.
Tilton has been fighting a two-year-old SEC administrative case that accused her of misleading investors about the value of loan pools, and collecting extra management fees.

Lynn Tilton has been vindicated, insofar as the SEC has just given up.

Leather dealers, hairdressers and wannabe boy toys of Northern New Jersey, rejoice! For Mama is home to stay!

SEC fraud case against investor Lynn Tilton dismissed [CNBC]



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