`Odd' Insider-Trading Suspect Was Like Zulu Patrolling London

  • Andrew Hind chose not to testify in U.K. insider-trading case
  • Hind used `covert' activities to keep friend from being fired

Andrew Hind leaves Southwark Crown Court in London, on Jan. 14, 2016.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The accountant accused of being the middleman in the U.K.’s biggest insider-trading case never testified because prosecutors failed to prove the charge, his lawyer told jurors while at the same time calling his client “schizophrenic” and comparing him to a Zulu patrolling the streets of north London.

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