Favorite Media Interviews and Mentions
December 22, 2017: The Times of Israel – Do Israel’s ‘ghost apartments’ explain why the home you want is out of reach?, by Simona Weinglass
Sam Antar, the former CFO of Crazy Eddie and a convicted felon, described to The Times of Israel in September 2016 how his family’s company had laundered money through Bank Leumi for over a decade in the 1970s and 1980s.
February 9, 2017: Bloomberg – The World According to a Free-Range Short Seller With Nothing to Lose – Marc Cohodes, the scourge of Wall Street, is back. And he’s passing along his “dying art” to a new generation of troublemakers, by Tom Redmond
“I would not want to be his adversary if I was still a criminal today,” says Sam Antar, who was sentenced to six months of house arrest and 1,200 hours of community service for cooking the books at New York consumer-electronics chain Crazy Eddie in one of the largest securities frauds unearthed in the 1980s. “A character like Marc”—the two crossed paths later in his life when both were focused on detecting fraud—“you stay away from.”