In the end, Madoff was a lame con man — and a lame story.
In fact, some people call it "inhuman."
For the dozens of victims inside, a small moment of catharsis.
Bernie Madoff emerged from his penthouse yesterday looking well rested and oddly tan.
Will we get to find out which of Bernie's family members knew what and when now? Probably not.
Bernie Madoff's lawyer, Ira Lee Sorkin, has several conflicts of interest in representing him.
That $50 billion figure is probably wrong.
Prosecutors have filed a motion indicating that Bernard Madoff may be ready to plead guilty.
But it might be worth more than you'd think.
And further insights from Madoff's friends, presented in alphabetical order.
But, to be honest, they weren't really very different from the old riche social climbers.
This is a guy who knows something about punishment.
The Bronx businessman who wired $10 million into Bernie Madoff's account just a few days before he was arrested is officially out of luck. (And money.)
The trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff's investment firm confirmed today that the securities trader hadn't bought securities for thirteen years.
Was she in on it? We consider the possibilities.
Hmmm? Hmmm, indeed.