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If someone is caught in the act of insider trading, he can either be sent to prison, charged a fine, or both. According to the SEC in the US, a conviction for insider trading may lead to a maximum fine of $5 million and up to 20 years of imprisonment.

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Paul Pelosi buys millions in computer-chip stocks before big subsidy vote


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  1. Will Pelosi go down to the JAIL to Post Bond for her Insider Trading Husband, or WILL SHE JUST LET HIM FRY LIKE SHE DID TO THE REST OF US?

  2. I suspect nothing will happen. Years ago Pelosi and her husband as well as others in DC all made a killing off insider trading and all we heard was it was legal for,them but not John Q.

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