He's innocent until proven guilty. But you don't want a case like this going in front of a jury during these hard times. People's 401ks that are now 201ks will be in a hanging mood. People want blood.Just think, the money he saved by selling early is only peanuts compared to his probable large legal fees.
If you idiots would read this is not a crimanal case its civil he cant go to jail
Not yet.......He needs to review Martha Stewart's case. The insider trading isn't what sent her to prison. It was lying under oath.He should just fess up and admit he did it. "Heck yes I did." The company obviously was messed up and he wanted out. In retrospect he was right.Fighting it is what could cause him to go to the pokey.