Ex-Madoff Employee Was Sick Over High Returns, Jury ToldErik Larson
A former employee of Bernard Madoff on trial for allegedly aiding the con man’s $17 billion fraud told investigators in 2008 that he closed his personal investment account two years before the Ponzi scheme unraveled because the consistently high returns made him feel “sick.”
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