Prosecutor of Goldman Sachs programmer 'screwed up'

American courtroom

He 'screwed this up'.

The New York Post reports that prosecutors from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office incurred the wrath of a judge on Wednesday after showing up unprepared to try a case on the docket since 2012.

'You screwed this up, to put it colloquially', Justice Daniel Convisor told ADA Daniel Holmes. 'This is on you. You and your office'.

Convisor is overseeing the prosecution of Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sachs programmer who inspired Michael Lewis’ 2014 best-seller, 'Flash Boys'.

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