Last winter, another agent confronted Mathew Martoma, a pharmaceutical-industry analyst, at his 8,000-square-foot Florida mansion. As they stood on the front lawn, with Mr. Martoma’s wife and children inside, the agent told him that they had evidence that he had broken the law.
Overcome with stress, Mr. Martoma passed out.
Keep in mind Martoma has a "fake lawn," according to a Bloomberg News report. A fake lawn is just artificial grass.
Anyway, last month, Martoma was charged in what is believed to be "the most lucrative" insider trading scheme ever. Martoma worked at CR Intrinsic Investors, a subsidiary of SAC.
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