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U.S. Seeks Leniency for Kahn for Aid Against Rajaratnam

Roomy Khan, a former Intel Corp. executive at the center of the biggest stock-tipping probe in U.S. history, should get leniency when she’s sentenced this week because she helped the government convict Raj Rajaratnam, Doug Whitman and others, U.S. prosecutors said.

The prosecutors, from the office of U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in Manhattan, said they are seeking a shortened sentence for Khan despite the fact that she lied, destroyed evidence and tipped off co-conspirators to the government’s investigation when she was working with federal agents and prosecutors.