In it there is a quote that, if I may paraphrase, applies quite nicely. I would say that the original investigation and subsequent actions of each conspirator with regard to penalties imposed by the courts are far more relevant to the topic covered by the article than their part-time hobbies, especially when those supposed hobbies are rather poorly sourced. Shpigelman at Spa 88, a Russian day spa in downtown Manhattan, to discuss the scheme. In November 2004, Plotkin introduced Shpigelman to Pajcin at a Russian day spa and sauna in lower Manhattan, according to prosecutors. It appears that there is a lot of interpretation going on here, or stuff that I haven't seen in the sources.
I am not a sockpuppet. Plotkin remained there until his arrest on April 11. I'll have to get back later to be really careful here, but general considerations are covered at. Currently the article begins, preposterously, with the name of another person, not the named subject. Plotkin coached Pajcin on his testimony before Pajcin was arrested. The pattern needs to be watched and, if it continues, reported to the boards. The accounts were scattered across Denmark, Austria and the United States, and were opened not only in the name of his girlfriend, but also of his 63-year-old aunt in Croatia and at least 11 other people from California to Germany.
Smith, a New Jersey postal worker, was sentenced to two years and nine months for leaking grand jury testimony to the insider-trading network. But his career seemed to falter from the start. The result of the move request was: Moved to Reebok insider trading case There was clear consensus to move this article from its current name, and focus the scope of the article on the conspiracy. The answer turned out to be a company whose shares had been actively traded but was not involved in a deal: Celgene. I suggest you finally do the same.
The Boston Globe confirmed that Pajcin is an ex-broker who was trading through his own accounts and a network of personal connections in Croatia, Germany and Austria. Anticevic, to set up accounts at banks in Copenhagen and Austria and at CyberTrader in the United States, the complaints say. First published on April 12, 2006 © 2006 The Associated Press. I conclude that the way the article is written now is consistent with the coverage in the media. Plotkin and former securities broker David Pajcin were accused of paying Mr. I don't believe your arguments for deletion are even compelling and the whole nomination is corrupted.
The Croatian trader whose girlfriend, aunt, friends, and half dozen fellow Croatians were involved, who had the largest financial penalties levied, and who was the key to the investigation back to 2005 appears to have played a greater role than the Russian fixed income analyst who was not enhanced for leadership at sentencing. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the and see a list of open tasks. Plotkin also supplied the cash to start trading in at least one case an insider trading ring should only need cash 1 time; there's no other info in the sources about anybody else supplying cash. I'd make sure to put the leader's name first - which is likely Plotkin's. Smith served from 2003 to 2005 on a New Jersey grand jury that was investigating accounting fraud accusations against Bristol-Myers and several of its executives. Plotkin to try and find his son, according to a recording of Mr.
Pajcin stopped working for securities firms and focused on trading for himself, sometimes using accounts he set up with the help of friends and family members around the world. If I see any more of this nonsense I am going to request that participants be topic-banned. According to the complaint, Shpigelman received cash and pledges for a share in profits. Without Shpigelman, there is no Reebok, and no news coverage. The government said the insider trading conspiracy took on an international edge when Plotkin and Pajcin, 29, of Clifton, N. He was appointed to what is widely considered the pre-eminent federal jurisdiction in the nation: U.
Allow me to suggest that you show the same respect for the viewpoints of others that you accord to your own views. Plotkin is not notable outside of the scheme. First published on May 12, 2006 © 2006 The Associated Press. Plotkin goes on trial in April. Smith turned them down but agreed to give Pajcin and Plotkin money to fund their trading schemes. Let's make it clear right now - I have no personal involvement in this case whatsoever. All my edits retained the fact that Plotkin and others pleaded guilty, meaning convictions.
However, if you look at the media coverage as a whole, meaning from August 2005 until the present, the case and the underlying story line become far more clear. The question is whether the scheme is notable. Also, if the edit is controversial and gets deleted, then it's time to come to the talk page and discuss, not to keep making the same edit. Please do not modify it. Makol said he believed it was a reference to the criminal prosecution of Martha Stewart, the style maven who served five months in prison after she was convicted of lying about a stock sale.
This included accounts belonging to Monika Vujovic and several other Croatian nationals. Shpigelman lived at home with his parents in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. I don't like being censored. It is entitled 'Eugene Plotkin', but appears in fact to be almost entirely devoted to an insider trading scheme involving six different people. Plotkin expressed a strong desire to succeed on Wall Street, former classmates said.