Former Goldman Sachs Programer Vindicated In Court

Just two months after former Goldman Sachs employee Sergey Aleynikov, 45, faced a Manhattan courtroom, winning an odd split decision, he was vindicated today on the one charge that had stuck.
Prosecutors "did not prove former Goldman Sachs employee committed this particular obscure crime" in court
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Daniel Conviser ruled that prosecutors "did not prove he committed this particular obscure crime" despite the fact that Aleynikov "doubtless acted wrongly."

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