Friday, December 11, 2009

Good to See WSJ Following Up...

on my October story.

I wrote on October 22:

"[Bernie Madoff] won't sign autographs for other prisoners," attorney Nancy Fineman of Cotchett, Pitre and McCarthy told me in an exclusive interview. She says he is afraid they will end up on Ebay.
WSJ writes today:

Mr. Madoff told Ms. Fineman and her law partner that he was fending off inmates who wanted to make a buck off his notoriety. "People wanted his signature because they wanted to sell it on eBay, so he wouldn't sign anything," she says.
But, will they ever have the balls to go with this story?

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