Benjamin Fleming Released From Jail in Death of College Friend Abhishek Gupta
Benjamin Fleming will remain behind bars during his trial for strangulating college friend Abhishek Gupta of Montclair, New Jersey who worked at Deloitte Consulting. Gupta attended Carnegie Melon’s Tepper School of Business before traveling with Fleming on vacations together to Hawaii.
Early Life and Education
Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May 1908 – 12 August 1964), best known for the postwar James Bond series of spy novels, is best remembered as one of the great British novelists of the twentieth century. Drawing upon his experiences as an officer in Britain’s naval intelligence service known as MI6 during World War II as well as a journalist career, Fleming used these experiences to craft James Bond into eleven novels and two short story collections from 1952 until 1966 starring as protagonist; also penning children’s book Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang; two nonfiction works. Fleming has since been widely considered as one of greatest British novelists ever.
Benjamin Fleming studies ritual, mythology, and iconography in medieval South Asia with particular attention paid to traditions surrounding pilgrimage and sacred geography. His research has been featured in publications like International Journal of Hindu Studies, Religion Compass, and Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies.
Benjamin Fleming has worked at numerous companies. Currently he serves Sullivan & Cromwell LLP as Special Counsel.
He is widely acknowledged as an expert in constitutional law. He has published multiple books and written for numerous publications. Furthermore, he has served as a consultant to several firms.
His career spans over two decades in both military and law enforcement in the US. Throughout this time he has received multiple awards and honors while holding numerous leadership roles.
He has an intense commitment to education, helping his community, and supporting his students’ careers and lives. With experience in international law, criminal law and commercial litigation – particularly complex litigation on behalf of financial institutions and media and entertainment clients – this attorney possesses an ardent passion for sharing his knowledge.
Achievement and Honors
Fleming’s lab, where he discovered penicillin, has since become the Fleming Museum, a popular London tourist attraction. Additionally, in 1988 the hospital where he worked merged with Imperial College London Medical School to form Imperial College London Medical School.
Prior to his discovery of penicillin, Fleming made significant advancements in both the Wassermann test for syphilis and Salvarsan treatment, as well as publishing many articles about antibiotics and antiseptics.
Throughout his career, he was honored with numerous honors and awards including the Flemming Award from George Washington University’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration – considered to be among the highest honors bestowed upon federal employees and distinguished public servants alike. It includes both a bronze medallion and cash prize.
Fleming joined UNCW as its director of strength and conditioning in July 2017 after serving Ole Miss’ baseball program as head strength and conditioning coach from 2013-17, helping produce 22 Major League Baseball draft picks along with working with men’s golf and women’s track and field squads that both earned conference championships under his guidance.
Fleming lives in Pike County, Alabama with his wife and two children. He works four days per week as a lineman with Alabama Power Company in Eufaula while spending the remaining time at home playing music or working out with Pat Etcheberry’s coaching academy. Fleming’s passion lies with music; he enjoys playing guitar regularly. Additionally, he holds certifications as both level 1 USA Weightlifting coach as well as Etcheberry Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through Pat Etcheberry’s coaching academy.
Fleming currently owns two homes in London’s surrounding area, one designed to resemble Buckingham Palace. His family owns more than two dozen farms, while his personal net worth is estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
He owns multiple companies, such as Columbus Mckinnon. Since 2006 he has made 29 trades of Columbus Mckinnon stock and owns 382 units of CMCO.
Alongside his business interests, Mr. Fleming enjoys playing golf and participating in charitable tournaments. Additionally, he actively supports various causes, donating to organizations focusing on arts, education, veterans and health care issues. In 2014 he established The Fleming Foundation; which promotes arts while aiding youth.