At least, federal prosecutors hope it is.
Namely, it's best to quit before the feds catch you spoofing.
Turns out the bank's head trader on the Treasury futures desk had a creative approach to the job.
The greater crime was that Citi's spoofers didn't even spoof all that well.
Was it all just a game?
The saga of the Flash Crash patsy plays on apace.
It's almost like this whole thing never made sense in the first place.
Eric Schneiderman is getting out his probe.