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Damir Tulemaganbetov and Mohammed Islam r in the office of 5WPR, a public relations firm hired in the wake of a New York magazine story about Mr. After the Rolling Stone campus rape story unraveled, readers of all publications can be forgiven for questioning the process by which Americans get our news. Islam and his friend Damir Tulemaganbetov, who also featured heavily in the New York story, the baby-faced boys who dress in suits with tie clips came clean.

Swept up in a tide of media adulation, they made the whole thing up. Observer: What was your first contact with the New York magazine reporter? Then she [Jessica Pressler] called me. A conference outside the room ensued. Back into the room came Mr. All I can say is for the simulated trades, I was very successful. Damir Tulemaganbetov: Well, I got excited by this whole trading thing and I said hey, let me get on board.

I heard about this article coming out and Mohammed invited me and I met Jessica. Is this a hobby of your parents as TEEN GENIUS High school senior makes $72M trading stocks or would you be the first person in your family to pursue high finance? Mohammed Islam: Honestly, my dad wanted to disown me. Damir Tulemaganbetov: We stayed awake all night. Damir Tulemaganbetov: We were at CNBC.

But we were there and literally in the building stressing out. We had 20 minutes. Then we three times asked them could we have 20 seconds to talk? Damir Tulemaganbetov: Socially, people will be mad about it. Mohammed Islam: At school, first things first. I am incredibly sorry for any misjudgment and any hurt I caused. I did something where I can no longer gain their trust. We want to create a brotherhood. They got carried away. Islam was literally quaking as we spoke.

So yeah, they probably should have known better. But New York and the New York Post probably should have, as well. This story smelled fishy the instant it appeared and a quick dance with the calculator probably would have saved these young men—and a couple reporters—some embarrassment. The Stuyvesant High School classmates stayed up all night as the crisis grew. We get it: you like to have control of your own internet experience.

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