Charlie Gasparino reports that despite his confidence in his own innocence, Richard Fuld was not entirely at ease during the court-appointed examiner’s questioning of him about the failure of his firm.
"According to people who know how the former Lehman CEO behaved during the inquiry, he often appeared “hyper” and “highly agitated,” and “barely stood still” during the questioning. One person with knowledge of Fuld’s behavior said that at times “he broke down” when asked about Lehman’s demise, and at others exhibited a tremendous amount of “nervous energy.”
Also, Gasparino's source may or may not work for the Zagat guides.
Fuld Feeling Good, Now [Fox Business]