For someone never formally charged -- much less accused -- of any act of criminal wrongdoing, SAC Capital Advisors founder and owner Steven A. Cohen continues to represent a laser-like target for federal authorities seeking to pin some type of culpability on him in an alleged white collar fraud enterprise.
A lot of investigation and finger pointing by federal and state authorities across the country has taken place in the wake of the nation’s celebrated housing market collapse of recent years. That crash, the most serious housing crisis to beset the country since the Great Depression, resulted in a sharp downward spiraling for home values across the United States, including for many thousands of Missouri residents.
Far more than interesting academic considerations arise from the growing government practice of tracking individuals’ physical locations through so-called “warrantless cell-tower locational tracking.”
Our immediately preceding blog post discussed the recent sentence hearing of ex-Enron boss Jeffrey Skilling, pursuant to which his prison term was cut by a decade.