The friends of George Soros

Yet another Soros associate explains himself in court. It's hard to know what to make of this case in Britain, but it once again features an associate of George Soros involved in a criminal trial. In this instance, Nick Roditi, described as "a financial ad­viser to global investor George Soros" is testifying that he never gave a financial "gift" to a man accused of swindling a schizophrenic man out of substantial sums of money. The defendant claims that Roditi "had given £25,000 to help him with his business, Greenfields estate agency in Heath Street, Hampstead."

Nobody has accused Soros associate Roditi of any crime here, and he may simply be another victim. But it is a very odd situation. Something does not make sense. George Soros certainly has a lot of interesting friends.

Yet another Soros associate explains himself in court. It's hard to know what to make of this case in Britain, but it once again features an associate of George Soros involved in a criminal trial. In this instance, Nick Roditi, described as "a financial ad­viser to global investor George Soros" is testifying that he never gave a financial "gift" to a man accused of swindling a schizophrenic man out of substantial sums of money. The defendant claims that Roditi "had given £25,000 to help him with his business, Greenfields estate agency in Heath Street, Hampstead."

Nobody has accused Soros associate Roditi of any crime here, and he may simply be another victim. But it is a very odd situation. Something does not make sense. George Soros certainly has a lot of interesting friends.