Sir Douglas Graham talks for the first time about his shame and ordeal and why it would have been best for him to drop dead.
In his only media interview, the Lombard Finance chairman opens up tearfully to NBR Online on the eve of his sentencing about his “dark thoughts” and his fear that tomorrow he will be sent to jail.
He was left facing criminal charges after the $127 million collapse of Lombard in 2008.
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