Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty on Thursday to 11 counts of fraud in the biggest swindle ever and was taken to the Metropolitan Correctional Center, near the Federal courthouse.
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Bernard Madoff pled guilty to eleven charges stemming from his alleged $64 billion Ponzi scheme today. His victims were given a chance to speak in court, though some did not in spite of their lingering questions.
Prosecutors will bring additional charges as warranted against Bernard Madoff or anyone else involved in the fraud that bilked investors of billions.
Here is the text of Bernard Madoff's prepared plea allocution statement, delivered Thursday in U.S. District Court in New York
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The Funny Business contest for most creative prison sentence for Bernard Madoff has gotten a huge response. Many suggesting the death penalty, a public execution, having him share a cell with a very big and needy man, and even a public stoning.
One person, at least, would like to thank Bernie Madoff for all the good his alleged fraud has done for American society.
David T writes, “(Dylan Ratigan) is the only financial analyst who is focusing on the only thing that matters to us, the abject fraud in the system!"
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