In a San Jose Mercury News article on November 1, 2021, Brian Klein, a former federal prosecutor, said “Juries will surprise you. The story is only partially written. A lot could ride on what witnesses are called in the defense.”
Two months into Theranos founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes’ federal criminal trial the prosecution is still making its case that she intentionally defrauded investors with Holmes’ lawyers defending her via cross-examination.
Thus far, the government has called a number of former Theranos employees to testify. “That’s always going to be very compelling evidence because you’re hearing from people on the inside,” said Klein. “The prosecution will argue that you can sort of peel back the curtain and see what really happened.”
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