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"nate anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"nate anderson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the criminal trial of Nikola founder, Trevor Milton told the jury he made $600,000 from a short seller's report about the company. Paul lackey, taking the stand in Lower Manhattan core for a second day on Wednesday, facing charges. He lied to investors about Nicholas technology and progress to pump the stock, joining us now at ludlow, who's been in court every day following the proceedings. So tell us a little bit about Paul lackey, who he is and why he matters. Yeah, so Paul like he's an engineer that worked at a company called EV drive. And in 2016, Trevor Milton contracted with EV drive to work on the first prototype of Nicolas debut truck. And as we reported in June 2020, when that truck was unveiled in December of 2016, it was missing key components. It never functioned in on day one of testimony on Tuesday, lackey explained it was missing key parts to government prosecutors, day two, Wednesday, it was the defense's turn to cross examine and in so doing it emerged that lackey had basically sold information the information that key parts were missing and that it never functioned to Nate Anderson and Hindenburg research. The short seller that published the short report in September 2016 that ultimately set in motion the series of events with Trevor Milton resigning that year and being indicted last year and now the trial is underway here. Let's get back to the basics. What are both sides trying to argue here? Yeah. So Trevor Milton's charged with two counts of securities fraud, two counts of wire fraud. But basically, government prosecutors need to convince the jury, firstly that he lied or he made misrepresentations about the company's technology, its business progress, its commercial agreements, what it actually achieved. But more than that, they have to prove to the jury that those misrepresents actually caused retail investors to buy the stock or that what he was saying was done in an effort to pump up the stock. Now the defense are going to argue that he genuinely believed what he was saying that he was telling the truth of what Nick Lewis trying to achieve. There's going to be debates from the defense about issues of linguistics. What does a prototype mean? What does it mean to build something? But it really the focus is him genuinely believing in what he was doing and what he was saying. And that argument might sound familiar to you. I'm thinking of course of Elizabeth Holmes and the trial you and I covered in San Jose. The big difference, this is a publicly traded company, though it went public virus back. Well, and on that note, I believe you're referring to the trial of Elizabeth Holmes. I was a very likely trial several months than a very lengthy deliberation process. Is that what you're expecting here? So we're expecting 5 weeks the judge briefed the jury Ramos brief the jury that they can expect to be seating sitting until October 14th. And you know, there's just a wide range of documentary and witness evidence to go through, right? Trevor Milton was an avid tweeter, many of what the statements that he made that are being reviewed were tweets. There are promotional videos. There are interviews, podcasts, but 5 weeks it will last. The first three weeks likely will be the prosecution kind of making their arguments and calling on their witnesses before the defense finishes things up towards October. All right, I'd love love. We'll continue to get your updates from the courtroom. Thank you so much for that. And that does it for this edition of plumber technology, Thursday,

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"nate anderson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"nate anderson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News here on 7 20. W G N I'm Steve Bertrand. Okay, Mary. Um I guess we have a problem. Mary with that hot news are not news because we had a text as well. People who had smallpox vaccines up until 1972. So I remember that disk on my arm as well. I don't remember that. That was from smallpox vaccine. That's what I thought it was for. In all fairness in the story, it says that Thousands of people who are inoculated against smallpox in the 18. Hundreds have since dropped dead. They'd be dead anyway with that's the point, Mary almost kind of it didn't say everyone who's gotten the vaccine has dropped dead. It just says Every American who got a smallpox vaccine in the 19th century's deceased and that everyone who got one in the 18 hundreds have since dropped 19th century part kind of got by Alex. I think all right, Thanks for the clarification. Sherman Thomas is in the studio Religious leave. Do you have a smallpox vaccine? You're too young. I think maybe too young or you, man. I'm great. I'm excellent. I'm really, really excited to be here if we talked in person, or only on the phone only on the phone, so you don't need to tell you but your huge now you know, I'm looking up on the Today. Shall I see you? I do a Google of Sherman Thomas and I don't get your tiktok feed anymore. Get all your media hits. That's good and bad. I'm hoping it goes back to the TIC tac feed. Just because that's what I want to be known for. You know the work I do. I should tell people who don't remember from the last couple times you're on about your feet and what you're doing. Well, uh, call myself combating all the negative news that comes out of Chicago. And more importantly, I'm trying to prove to the world that everything great about America. Either comes from Chicago's made in Chicago or made better by Chicago. So I just tell Chicago history facts on my tic tac. And this started because you you were trying to You didn't sync somehow There is a deal with your daughter and her homework, right? Yeah, absolutely. My well, not necessarily her homework. Eight year old daughter That's really into Tiktok. And she wanted to go viral dancing because I was trying to get it to do Chicago facts to go viral and your dad drove you around town and kept pointing out doing dad things right. This is where this happened. This is where that happened. Yeah, he was a Chicago policeman for 30 years. And so, uh, it wasn't necessarily just crying. But like you say, this was here before, right? Yeah. It drives my kids crazy. He didn't take expressways. No, just for that reason, right, just for that reason, And so you started this tick tock, feed 60 seconds. Sort of lessons in history. How many have you done now? I just counted today. I've done 100 and 65. That's within six months. Eight months since about Thanksgiving Thanksgiving, Okay. And what do you have a favorite one so far. Uh, that's a tough one. I love dibs. Yeah, It's just everything was an early one. Yeah, Yeah, very early. And just a good cool story. Um, I really like the stuff I'm doing now, like I'm doing, um, top just the top 10, Southside basketball players, right. So do West Side. Okay, Uh And that was I just saw that feed. Who is the tours on the top? 10 Best will remember it. I did it right in front of me. But I know Quentin Richardson was on there. Nate Anderson was on there. I got a whole lot of trouble for leaving being Wilson off. Oh, my God. We didn't see enough. You know, we didn't see enough. But Derrick Rose was number one. D Wade was number two. Anthony Davis, Marquette Boys. So D waited them all over the way that point gardening that they had out of Whitney Young. Really young or will. They had Doc Rivers years ago out of Maywood, But when, uh, the Willie was there, he had a point guard to play with Quentin. It was really really dreams right there who dreams about him. We're talking to Sherman Thomas about his 62nd history lessons. What I like. I love history. So you just posted something from the Wigwam where Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated, Not inaugurated. He was nominated by the Republican Party to be president, right? Absolutely right there on the near South side. No, it's on Lake and Wacker. The monuments since right in the middle of the media and people miss Miss it every day. I never had any idea of that is right there in the medium. Is the marker New? Uh, no, it's not new either. We were talking about you just a couple weeks ago, because and this is the I know, I'm sure you understand what a hit you've been. But you also had becoming in don't want to say influencer because that's a terrible name in social media. But you're becoming an influence. You posted something about the Clark house. At the Chicago Women's Park and the the grandson of Bishop Ford saw that you put it out that Bishop Ford had impact in saving that house. And now there's a movement to get recognition there for Bishop floor, not just a hand in saving and he saved it. We would not have the Clark House if it wasn't for Bishop for And so I think that's an opportunity to show the intersectionality of the city. Right. Whatever side of town you on, you appreciate Chicago's Otis House. But to change the name to the Clark slash forward Houses just gives us a chance to show appreciation for maybe the first South side preservationists do you take? So Do you see that as your role now is taking Sides or issues or just pointing out history. So, uh, because that's a step it so sometimes in telling history, you have to pick a side right? Like because you know the historical facts, and you know what ended up happening so you should have to be truthful, So I don't know if I pick size necessary. I just try to remain truthful and we're talking to Sherman Thomas. He is the Well, I'm calling you the tick tock his story. And how do people find you? I see you. I follow you on instagram. I'm saying handle on Instagram, Twitter and Tic Tac is the number six f I g g a underscore dealer. Six figure Debra, Alright, And so what I like about You is that you're driven by not your love of history, but your love of Chicago. Absolutely. Tell me about that. It's intense. You know, I get emotional sometimes talking about Chicago for a long time. Very ashamed of it. Like, how can you Be driven a tears by a place. You know what I mean? Like necessary? Not any particular thing, but just the whole thing, right? Um, but It's hard to deny its place in America, right? Every liberal thing that's cool about this country. Chicago has his handprint here, and I think if we focused on that a little more the people in the city with what? What you know, represent themselves a little better. Sometimes you walk, just like by the wig one. We walked by the beauty without taking it in and Focused too much on the litter in the streets or the crime or things like if you just saw we just got voted number two. I know beautiful city in the world, not just the country, the world Now, do you follow Chicago's party? Aunt? Do she? If you're not if you're listening out there, and you don't know she's this fictitious sort of character. Actually going to have a show on Netflix. But she took that story. Chicago's voted second most beautiful city in the world, and her tweet was what was having first. Actually think Prague was first. You can't you can't argue against progress. I guess that's beautiful. I was there a number of years ago, Sherman Thomas. It's great to see you still have a full time job to. Yes, Sir Mary operated with comment, working for combat. Plus and I be well, keep us posted. We'll check in again. Okay. Thank you very much for having me and tell your daughter thanks for refusing to do Chicago history, So it got you to do it? Yeah, now, she says. I'm famous because of her, So I hear it. Absolutely. It's a Chicago's afternoon news. We're going to head.

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