That is more to the point. Having had someone in the family that lived on the financial edge of what is legal and not, moral and not, with integrity or not, having lived their lives believing happiness and success hinged on financial success, having it catch up to them causes a desperation that suicide seems the only way out. That being left with the conception that their reputation of a success in life is gone, so is [the] life worth living.<quoted text>And possibly the humiliation of finally getting caught. Same thing as happened with that guy who owned Cybernet. In both cases now their spouses and children are left to clean up the mess, Emotional, Legal and Financial.
I'll say nothing to Marshall Redder except to give my condolences to those who loved him.