Gardiner faces cross-examination

Defence uses data and audio calls to show the accused men traded independently – piercing holes in Gardiner’s testimony

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Change of stance: Gardiner says he now feels differently about his actions since seeing evidence

Matthew Gardiner did not know he violated US antitrust laws when he was sharing information with three other former UK currency traders until after he met with the FBI in 2013, the court heard on October 16, as the FX Cartel trial moved into its second week.

“I wouldn’t think there was anything wrong, no, apart from the use of code words, no,” said Gardiner during cross-examination on October 16. “The reason I feel different today is that when I was presented with the chat, and went through it

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