No, because that hasn't happened. Insider trading is, generally, completely fucking obvious to regulators. All they have to do is watch for highly profitable trades made shortly before an announcement. They investigate, they prove it, people - senators, in one recent case - go to jail. Only very stupid politicians get involved in that.
There is real insider trading, on an informal basis, going on anywhere asset management takes place. But it's almost impossible to stop because no-one profits directly - it's all nudge-wink, you might want to take a look, and then the favour is returned at some later date.