Epstein signed a new will, with assets valued at $577 million, just two days before his alleged suicide. He appointed two of his long-term attorneys, Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, as executors. Epstein’s assets were reportedly placed in a trust, which may make it difficult for his victims to collect damages.
Markopolos’ report indicates that GE is locked into $38-billion in future expenses that it has not disclosed, which is over 40% of the company’s market capitalization. The company says the report itself is fraud because it was designed to plunge the price of GE stock so insiders could buy cheap and sell high later.