Bernie Madoff only tried to please

Bernie Madoff

A treasure trove awaits Bernie Madoff obsessives who log into the website for US Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York.

The New York Post reports that there they’ll find nearly 500 pages of verbiage — most taken from the fraudster himself — during two days of deposition for a lawsuit in April.

A group of so-called “clawback defendants” sought testimony from Madoff in hopes of getting back some of the $65 billion that went up in smoke with Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.

“One of my problems was I always wanted to please everybody,” said the felon who ruined the lives of many.

The investors he tried to please most were called the Big Four: Beverly Hills money manager Stanley Chais, New York real estate broker Norman Levy, Florida accountant Jeffry Picower and Boston philanthropist Carl Shapiro.

Hit the link below to access the complete New York Post article:

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