Chasing Madoff
Exposing the Truth Behind the Infamous Madoff Scandal

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Elizabeth

Very good documentary about the people who investigated and tried to blow the whistle on Madoff, which they did on their own time and because they believed it was the right thing to do.

The primary focus is on Markopolos and how investigating Madoff affected his life.

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Alfred

No critical thinker can have a scintilla of sympathy for the greedy fools who gave their profits to Madoff to invest. Don't fall for their tears; shed a tear instead for their victims.

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