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Brokerage Worker Testifies at Stewart Trial

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Brokerage Worker Testifies at Stewart Trial

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Brokerage Worker Testifies at Stewart Trial

Brokerage Worker Testifies at Stewart Trial

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Prosecutors in the Martha Stewart trial put their key witness on the stand Tuesday, former Merrill Lynch employee Douglas Faneuil. After initially supporting Stewart's account of a "stop loss" arrangement with the firm, Faneuil later told prosecutors that Stewart and his boss, Peter Bacanovic, never had any such agreement. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Jim Zarroli.

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