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Bernie, is that you? I hear you've become quite the barber.
...& 'at's a no turkey leg, 'at's a prosciutto on a bone, si ???...
...schlecks cancellara each other out...walloon for the win...
...dollars to dough-nuts, convicted trader doesn't do close to 20 years & inside traders don't get pounded in the ass...they go to country club prisons when they do their time with chess clubs, lacrosse & mowing the lawn to keep the facility looking nice...
...with love, bgw...
Longueuil to Team Pound in the Ass Prison.
Donald Longueuil, a former junior
portfolio manager at SAC Capital Advisors LP, will plead guilty
to federal charges tomorrow, becoming the latest in a series of
defendants to seek a deal with prosecutors in a nationwide
insider trading probe.
Assistant U.S. Attorney David Leibowitz told U.S. District
Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan that Longueuil would enter a
guilty plea during a hearing today on whether to separate his
case from co-defendant Winifred Jiau, a former hedge fund
consultant for Primary Global Research LLC.
Longueuil and Jiau were accused of conspiring to commit
securities and wire fraud from 2006 to 2010. They pleaded not
guilty, rejecting U.S. allegations that nonpublic information
Longueuil allegedly received was from an insider at Marvell
Technology Group Ltd. or Nvidia Corp., or that Jiau received
At the hearing in the Jiau case, Rakoff asked prosecutors
if “Longueuil is pleading guilty tomorrow?”
“Your honor is correct, he is changing his plea,”
Craig Carpenito, a lawyer for Longueuil, didn’t immediately
return a voice-mail message left at his office.
Jiau is accused of passing inside information to an
unidentified hedge-fund portfolio manager and to Noah Freeman,
who was an SAC Capital portfolio manager based in Boston.
Joanna Hendon, a lawyer for Jiau, declined to comment.
Longueuil, who worked in SAC Capital’s CR Intrinsic unit in
New York from July 2008 to July 2010, gave information to
Freeman, who, in exchange, passed material non-public
information to Longueuil that he had obtained from sources
including Jiau, according to prosecutors.
“Longueuil communicated regularly with Freeman” and the
unidentified co-conspirator “to share the material nonpublic
information each learned from his respective sources,”
according to the indictment. “These communications occurred
over the telephone, as well as through e-mails and instant
Prosecutors alleged that in addition to Freeman, Longueuil
got inside information from unidentified public company
employees and “independent research consultants.”
Longueuil would face as long as 20 years in prison if
convicted of the most serious charge against him.
Charges against Longueuil were initially filed by Manhatt
is bigger than you think
I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your wacky senses of humour and fantastically obscure cultural references and icons. Your art is an antidote to this world of mundane conformity.
ive been into comics for 20 years and cycling for 10 and i have never seen anything as bizarre as your comics. puts all of those 'avant-garde' comics to shame for weirdness. brilliant ! will be back for more..
Moved to Off Topic
sell the bike and get a kick ball
can't believe you didn't riff on those prissy schleck flags they were flyin at LBL....
and can I borrow your inhaler Piggy? and maybe do a line too?
... he's this comic's main character from years past, who's nickname inspired the comic's title.
Your own personal antics are absurd. Glass house buddy
Who ever asked who the last guy is needs to go re-read all the Toto's. As shameful as the Schlecks racing tactics.
Salvatore with a turkey leg. Now that's fucking funny, not to mention that glazed look in his eye.
but who's the dude in the last box?
Silly Bandz, Littlest Pet Shop, Leapster... brilliant.
Cancellera deserves a muesli wedgie administered by Thor
2nd! Just like Frank!
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