For several decades, Vincent McCrudden either traded or executed billions of sophisticated financial instruments for the top financial institutions in the world. An entrepreneur, McCrudden started a small hedge fund but unfortunately became victim of fraud in the copper markets that resulted in some of the biggest fines in futures history against Sumitomo Bank, JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch and others. A gauntlet tale of corruption and endurance in high finance, McCrudden would become the target of US Financial Regulators wrath when he became a lead plaintiff against these financial institutions. McCrudden would later be denied his licenses and charged with mail fraud. McCrudden would endure sixteen years of harassment and abuse from the highest levels of government--even when investors suffered no economic loss. He would travel to Singapore to start a new life, only to return to the US to speak with law enforcement, which would later put him in jail. He would be harassed and sued for $58 million by the CFTC for a simple "registration violation." Be sure to tune into The Economic Warrior Show hosted by Barry James Dyke and listen to the tale of Vincent McCrudden. The show also streams worldwide at www.wscafm.org and will also be archived for your future listening. It is a show you do not want to miss as it is a show of inspiration and faith in standing up to Wall St bullies. Please find out more about Vincent McCrudden and his Project For Government Reform by visiting www.pfgr.org.