Madoff's Victims Speak Out

Monday, June 29, 2009

Bernie Madoff could spend the rest of his life in prison after his sentencing this morning. Joining The Takeaway are two victims who were financially wiped out by Madoff: Carol Baer, the owner of Popover Café in New York City, and Cynthia Crane, a Cabaret singer.


Carol Baer and Cynthia Crane


David J Fazekas

Comments [4]


Isn't a Ponzi scheme just like Social Security.
Check out my take and stick around for more good content.

Jun. 29 2009 01:39 PM

I am constantly amazed at how the CLIENTS of Bernie Madoff who come on different shows bemoaning their plight, never questioned the enormous interest returns on their money at a time when we all were getting 2-3% on our investments. Then they quietly and greedily sucked it all in.

Jun. 29 2009 10:49 AM
Stuart Cohen

From listening to peoples opinions on Bernie there is one thing that comes to mind. People care more about money than people. The listeners want the harshest judgement for him but the same does not happen with indivduals who kill one another. I think this just shows were our priorities are. It is a sad reflection on our society. No one questions the people who invested knowing that their profits were unrealistic and making a fortune themselves. In the end alot of very greedy people who were not happy with having millions wanted more.

Jun. 29 2009 10:27 AM

he should get a day in sing sing for every dollar.

Jun. 29 2009 10:00 AM

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