Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Jerome Kerviel, blamed by Societe Generale SA for a 4.9 billion euro ($6.3 billion) trading loss, said in a radio interview that he is âafraidâ of going to jail. Kerviel gave the interview to RTL radio as two Paris judges prepare a report that could lead to a trial on charges that he violated his duty to the bank and hacked into its computers. âClearly, Iâm afraid,â Kerviel said, according to a transcript of the interview that was scheduled to be aired today. âI know prison, I know what it is, Iâve done 35 days there, itâs not nice.â The 32-year-old former trader, described by Societe Generale Chairman Daniel Bouton when the loss was disclosed on Jan. 24, 2008, as a âfraudsterâ and âterrorist,â has since inspired a fan club, T-shirts and even a comic book. In the interview, he reiterated his claims that his superiors knew about his conduct. âSure I hold part of the responsibility, I did dumb things, I know that,â he said. âBut all those stupid things I could only have done because the bank let me do them and encouraged me to do them.â http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=azflPVwH5phg&refer=home ItÂ´s not nice. ItÂ´s what you deserve !