On Monday, John Afriyie failed to show up at court for the start of his trial on insider-trading charges.
He refused to bring his expected court attire when U.S. marshals arrested him. When he finally arrived in federal court in Manhattan late Monday, dressed in Under Armour workout gear, he tried to fire his lawyers. On Tuesday, he listened in silence as a prosecutor laid out the evidence against him — wearing a jacket, shirt, tie and pants that his mother brought him.
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