Galleon Jury Quickly Agreed On Rajaratnam's Guilt

May 16 2011 | 12:44pm ET

Raj Rajaratnam never had a chance once the insider-trading case against him was in the hands of the jury.

In a pair of interviews, given in spite of U.S. District Judge Richard Holwell's request that jurors not speak to the media, juror Leila Gonzalez Gorman said that the panel had decided that Rajaratnam was guilty by the second day of deliberations—deliberations that took an additional 10 days as the eight women and four men carefully sifted through each of the 14 counts against the Galleon Group founder.

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