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From Prison, Madoff Defends Two Dead Sons   Bernie Madoff says pain of losing sons was worse than pain he inflicted   Bernie Madoff wracked with grief over unforgiving sons  
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9 Incredibly Smart Financial Actions Every Middle-Aged Woman Should Take

I recently read a shocking bit of information revealed by the *2013 Allianz Women, Money and Power Study. *That study claims that almost half of the women in the U.S. often or sometimes fear losing all..
Huffington Post 9 hours ago

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UK: Directors’ Duties v. Commercial Reality - Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

Just six years ago, Bernard Madoff was perceived as a man of integrity, a respected financier on Wall Street and was also CEO and the main shareholder of Madoff Securities International Ltd in London.
Mondaq 18 hours ago

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News video: Madoff Secretary Speaks Out

Madoff Secretary Speaks Out 21:20

Eleanor Squillari, longtime secretary to convicted Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, talks to HuffPost Live about the takedown of her former boss, her role in the investigations against him and the new..
Source: HuffPost Live Segments - on December 10, 2014

News video: Madoff Victims' Payout Nearing $7.2 Billion

Madoff Victims' Payout Nearing $7.2 Billion

Victims of Bernard Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme will get afresh $322 million payout if a U.S. judge approves the request by the trustee liquidating the convicted fraudster's firm, bringing the..
Source: Wochit - on December 22, 2014

News video: Ex-Madoff Computer Programmer Gets 2-1/2 Years Prison for Fraud

Ex-Madoff Computer Programmer Gets 2-1/2 Years Prison for Fraud

A former computer programmer for Bernard Madoff was sentenced to 2-1/2 years in prison on Wednesday for helping the imprisoned fraudster carry out his multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme. The sentencing..
Source: Wochit - on December 10, 2014

News video: Longtime Madoff Aide Bongiorno Gets Six Years in Prison

Longtime Madoff Aide Bongiorno Gets Six Years in Prison

A former manager at Bernard Madoff's firm was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday for helping the convicted fraudster carry out a Ponzi scheme that caused investors to lose billions of dollars...
Source: Wochit - on December 9, 2014

News video: Bernie Madoff Speaks Out In Email to NBC News

Bernie Madoff Speaks Out In Email to NBC News

Bernie Madoff, who operated one of the most infamous Ponzi schemes in American history, sent an email to NBC News on Friday saying that the damage he inflicted on thousands of investors was "nothing"..
Source: Wochit - 4 days ago

 
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"Cheerful" Dutch Financier Becomes 4th ABN Amro Banker Suicide

cheerful dutch financier becomes 4th abn amro banker suicideFollowing the deaths of 36 bankers last year, 2015 has got off to an inauspicious start with the reported *suicide of Chris Van Eeghen - the 4th ABN Amro banker suicide in the last few years*. As..
Zero Hedge 2 days ago

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From Prison, Madoff Defends Two Dead Sons

from prison, madoff defends two dead sonsBernie Madoff is trying to clear the names of his dead sons caught up in his mammoth Ponzi scheme. In emails to NBC , the 76-year-old insists that Andrew and Mark never knew about his illegal dealings...
Newser 3 days agoAlso reported by •msnbc.com
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Bernie Madoff says pain of losing sons was worse than pain he inflicted

bernie madoff says pain of losing sons was worse than pain he inflictedBernie Madoff made the remarks in a letter from prison, where he is serving a 150-year sentence. His son Mark took his life in 2010, while son Andrew died of cancer last year.
MailOnline 4 days ago
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Bernard Madoff criticizes court trustee

Scam mastermind insists his sons didn't know about the massive fraud that bilked thousands              
USATODAY.com 4 days ago

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Bernie Madoff wracked with grief over unforgiving sons

bernie madoff wracked with grief over unforgiving sonsPonzi schemer Bernie Madoff is wracked with grief that his two late sons never forgave him for pulling off the multibillion dollar scam — but he still maintains they had...
NY Post 4 days ago

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Defiant Behind Bars! Bernie Madoff Says His ‘Pain’ From Loss Of Son’s Lives Is Worse Than The Victims’ He Cheated

From behind bars, Bernie Madoff continues his disregard for the victims of his crimes, telling the trustees working to recover money for them that the damage he inflicted on… READ ON
Radar Online 4 days ago

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Madoff defends sons in email to NBC

Imprisoned Ponzi mastermind bashes media and court-appointed trustee.
CNNMoney 4 days agoAlso reported by •ajc.com
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Bernie Madoff Speaks Out in Email From Prison: My Deceased Sons "Never Forgave Me for Betraying Their Love and Trust"


US Weekly 4 days ago

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Madoff: Pain scam victims feel is 'nothing' compared to his

Bernie Madoff says the pain he inflicted on thousands of investors is 'nothing' compared to pain he feels after the deaths of his two sons.
NY Daily News 4 days ago

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‘I know my sons never forgave me’

‘i know my sons never forgave me’PONZI schemer Bernie Madoff has written from prison to say the loss his two sons was more painful than the guilt of ripping $20 million off investors.
Daily Telegraph 4 days agoAlso reported by •The AdvertiserCourier MailPerth Now

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