This story is about as wrong and misleading as can be. The only thing right in it is that the conviction was overturned. It turns out that government on behalf of their controllers Goldman Sachs charged and convicted this guy under a law that did not apply. It does not mean that the guy is not guilty in any sense. And he may be re-tried.
>>It does not mean that the guy is not guilty in any sense.
Other than being a dumb-ass who’s empowering thieves to pervert the markets with high-tech dishonest scales?
Right. No guilt there. “Everybody does it”. Uhuh.