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"Flash Crash Mastermind" Navinder Sarao To Be Extradited To The US, Faces Up To 380 Years In Jail

In one of the most ridiculous perversions of justice, last April the SEC flipped its official narrative over the May 2010 flash crash, when it moved away from its closely held "explanation" that the 1000 point plunge in the Dow Jones was due to a trade by Waddell and Reed, and instead blamed a sole operator, London-based futures trader, Navinder Singh Sarao, who had lived with his parents (although he did not trade from the basement) for the fiasco.
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