Tuesday, May 25, 2010

SEC Investigating Leaks in Galleon Insider Trading Case

The Inspector General of the SEC has informed attorneys for Raj  Rajaratnam, head of Galleon, that it is investigating the source of allegedly improper leaks of information about the case pending against him, according to a spokesman for Rajaratnam, reports John Carney.


These government leaks need to be investigated. They are some of the most evil government attempts at distorting a case. They leak carefully selected information prior to trial to poison a jury.

Separately, the Office of Professional Responsibility for the Department of Justice has also informed Rajaratnam’s attorney’s that it is launching a leak investigation.

The DOJ of the OPR should also look into who leaked information that the DOJ was conducting a criminal investigation of Goldman Sachs.

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