Gambling, soliciting prostitutes, ripping down a women’s charity and leaking sensitive company information, it’s all just a later date at the office, evidently, for the previous president of America’s milk-processing companies that are biggest.
William ‘Billy’ Walters leaves a Manhattan court that is federal. He is alleged to have made $43 million in illegal stock trades on Dallas-based Dean Foods. He is pleading simple.
Tom Davis, the former chairman of Dean Foods, of Dallas, continued his testimony in the test of his one-time buddy, the gambler that is legendary Walters, on Wednesday. Walters is accused of making $43 million from illegal trades on Dean Foods’ stock, using privileged information allegedly supplied by Walters.
While the star witness for the prosecution, Davis was expected by US Assistant Attorney Brooke Cucinella to disclose any unsavory factual statements about his background that could later surface on the course associated with the trial. This is standard practice, as it’s preferable that such information is presented to the court at the start in place of being wheedled out of the witness later on by a protection attorney.
And, kid, did Davis deliver!