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