Bernie Madoff

Hundreds of people serving time in U.S. prisons are seeking early release or home detention out of concern for their vulnerability to coronavirus.
It's unclear whether the president will consider the notorious Ponzi schemer's clemency petition.
"I was happier than I had been in years."
Donald Trump puts on a show of being rich. There's that private jet stamped Trump. He assures everyone, ad nauseam, that he's really, really rich. But apparently it's all a sham.
Richard Dreyfuss talked about Madoff, and how no one else could have played him. How he IS Bernie. Both from Bayside Queens, they have the same accent, similar background, and history. He was king of a Madoff-like blow-hard without the Bernie soft playfulness -- at first anyway.
The not so-surprising outcome? Everyone who invested lost everything. All. Of. Their. Money. Which meant my $5000 disappeared
You'd think that Bernard Madoff, who built the good life for himself with the biggest Ponzi scheme in history, might be a complex, nuanced, fascinating man. In an evil sort of way. You'd be wrong.
Think The Wolf of Wall Street (from another era and without the sex and drugs) meets the indie masterpiece 99 Homes (about the housing market crisis).