The Staten Island man, who was on trial for swindling investors out of cash via a boiler-room operation, admitted that he did indeed commit securities fraud. He took a plea bargain that will put him in jail for ten years, but not before trotting out the argument that three people inhabit his body: Kenneth Marsh, Little Kenny, and Fred. Fred, it seems, was the guy who committed securities fraud. While there might have been something to it (the psychiatrist who testified said, "There's a lot of real craziness — real delusional stuff," including imaginary friends in addition to the multiple personalities) — our prison system is not quite sophisticated enough to send just Fred to jail, so he's taking Kenneth and little Kenny with him. At least they've got each other.