Ten years after Bernie Madoff’s arrest, Bernie Madoff: In His Own Words presents the story of the largest financial fraud in history as told by those who were there: victims, employees, family members, FBI agents and Madoff himself. This program pairs archival news footage, rare photos and exclusive recordings with interpretive reenactments to tell the story of Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme.
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What happened to the younger son?
Antoine de Saint Exupery
I know but one freedom and that is the freedom of the mind.
His son killed himself because dad did not lend him 5000 dollars
His victims were greedy too.
This old lady sucks no talent been working on tv as a interviewer for 100 years hahaahahahahahahahaa
He believes he did nothing wrong....it just got out of hand. That's what he said in the interview WHAT? so he would train and coach someone to do it properly. Holy Shit Americans
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Why wasn't this an interview? Hmmm
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