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    Richard Severin Fuld, Jr.

    Richard Severin Fuld, Jr. (born April 26, 1946, New York , New York ) is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. .Universally featured on every top 10 most wanted list but usually no higher than 7 or 8. .Became reputationally toxic on September 15th, 2008 upon the Lehman's Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing. This date is now almost universally recognized as the end of western civillization. Fuld became a member of Dead Men Walking Society after a horrifying performance at his Congressional testimony on October 6, 2008 confirming every American's worst fear and concern about the Investment Banking profession. Known at the firm as "Gorilla" Fuld's Neanderthal facial resemblance, lack of contrition and refusal to accept any blame at his testimony confirmed only ice existed in his circulatory system. This created great interest in the scientific community particlaurly among doctors and other forensic specialists with substantial losses in their 401ks who have offered to perform his autopsy gratis.

    During his congressional testimony, CNBC reported that Fuld was attacked and "knocked out cold" at the Lehman Brothers gym due to Lehman's declaration of bankruptcy.[11] . Also, representatives of Fuld have denied the report[12] . His $500 million in executive compensation was fully justified in his own mind although his recollection as to the exact amount was quite vague In October 2008, Fuld was among twelve Lehman Brothers executives who received grand jury subpoenas in connection to three criminal investigations led by the U.S. attorney 's offices in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York as well as the District of New Jersey, related to the possibility of securities fraud associated with the collapse of the firm.

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