Stanford, Execs Deny Key Role in Alleged Fraud Cited by Lloyd’s

By | August 30, 2010

  • August 30, 2010 at 11:12 am
    TJ says:
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    Not Surprised his defense would be I wasn’t hands on – the typical response in the company was to always blame someone else – that way you had plausable deniability if anything ever happened. To say he wasn’t a hands on person is a joke – this coming from the guy who had to approve the guest list to the Stickey Wicket during his 20/20 tournament, or how about his personal approval for who could fly on one of his corporate jets and when they could be used. Oh yeah, and don’t forget the personal approval to eat in the precious Eagle room. Guess those were just big picture items and not day to day operation.



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