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Wrongfully Convicted Man Sues FBI Agents Who Helped Send Him to Prison

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A computer programmer who was wrongfully convicted of stealing trading codes from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2009 is suing the FBI agents who helped put him in prison, Bloomberg reports.

Sergey Aleynikov, who inspired Michael Lewis’s best-seller “Flash Boys,” claims in the lawsuit that agents violated his constitutional against unreasonable search and seizure and arrested him without probable cause.

The lawsuit alleges that Goldman Sachs waged its “enormous influence” to prompt the FBI investigation and subsequent arrest.

Federal jurors convicted the naturalized U.S. citizen of economic espionage and other crimes in 2010.


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