On Monday, sentenced Theranos pioneer Elizabeth Holmes mentioned another preliminary,
saying that a star indictment witness appeared at her home,
saying he believed he had "accomplished something wrong".
Holmes is booked to be condemned in October,
following a jury early this year viewed her at legitimate fault for duping financial backers in her blood-testing startup Theranos.
Her case focused on the obscured line
between the hustle that describes the business, and by and large criminal contemptibility.