I agree NoCoinCollector, but purely because it’s the only way that he will ever stop.
Elizabeth Holmes was apparently still trying to do business deals even when she had been exposed as a complete fraud and was convicted. Such people just don’t know when to stop and will not stop until circumstances made it impossible for them to carry on. In Holmes’ case, as with Lloyd, she majorly focussed on the apparent ‘unfairness’, as she saw it, that other businesses were allowed ‘fake it until you make it’ whereas she was exposed for making false claims. She still maintains that, given more time, her company could have developed technology that fulfilled the claims she was making. She had no answer, and no apparent concern for those she harmed by giving false results from fake blood tests, and all the medical and health impacts of that fraud. All she could see was that she felt ‘unfairly’ treated. It’s the same with Lloyd. He will never understand how he has harmed people. He will never be convinced that other people matter as much as his own sense that he himself should be treated ‘fairly’. He will never stop unless circumstances make it impossible for him to continue.
In that video the sections talking about ‘not giving up on the lie’ and accusing those who expose you of being ‘haters’ are highly relevant to LE.