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  • When fiction is too much fact

    The Brockton Enterprise - 01/31/2015

    Though fact is sometimes stranger than fiction, Joseph Giglio proves that fiction inspired by events in the financial sector can be equally absurd. You know what they say about birds of a feather. So I guess it was only natural that I would meet up with Nathan Feldman after the Federal Bureau of Prisons moved us from our respective minimum security prisons to a Manhattan halfway house. We both had several months left on the sentences they hung on us for securities fraud that swept our Wall Street careers down the drain.

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