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Could Bernie Madoff Not Find a Lawyer Whom He Hadn’t (Allegedly) Bilked?

In what The New York Post has dubbed “Swindler’s List,” a document containing some 13,000 names and addresses of those who claim to have invested with Madoff was filed Wednesday in federal bankruptcy court.

To see the list, click here.

Not surprisingly, it is chock-full of Jewish names — including retired baseball pitcher Sandy Koufax, developer Larry Silverstein, and CNN talk show host Larry King — and Palm Beach addresses.

The list of alleged Madoff victims includes Madoff’s own attorney, Ira Sorkin — a profile of whom the Forward published in its February 6 edition. To read the profile, click here.

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