Allen Stanford, the disgraced financier who is expecting to be indicted by a federal grand jury in the next two weeks, behaved oddly in an interview with ABC Monday night.
During the interview he cried like a baby, denied he did anything wrong, and threatened to punch the reporter in the mouth.
"I would die and go to hell if it's a Ponzi scheme," Stanford said in the interview. The Securities and Exchange Commission has put forward a civil allegation that he perpetrated an $8 billion fraudulent scheme against thousands of investors, involving "self-styled certificates of deposits" with "improbable" rates of return.
More:Cries Allen Stanford Allen Stanford Abc Interview Abc Interview Allen Stanford Allen Stanford Cries Allen Stanford
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more