The future didn’t look very bright for an investment banker at the height of the Occupy Wall Street movement last year, when he was arrested on a hate crime charge and accused of making racial slurs during a tussle with a cab driver.
The Morgan Stanley executive, William Jennings, was charged with second-degree assault, theft of services and the hate crime of second-degree intimidation based on race or bigotry. He was placed on administrative leave at work, and the case moved slowly through the felony court system.
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