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Morgan Stanley’s Jennings Arrives in Court in Hate-Crime Case

March 09, 2012

William Bryan Jennings, Morgan Stanley (MS)’s bond-underwriting chief in the U.S., arrived in court in Stamford, Connecticut, where he is expected to enter a plea on assault and hate-crime charges. He is accused of stabbing a New York City cab driver of Middle Eastern descent over a fare.

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