Insurance Man
A Controversial and Charismatic Insurance Broker

Insurance Man - A Controversial and Charismatic Insurance Broker
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charles

There is a crucial piece [conveniently?] left out of this documentary and that is the 2008 collapse of Lehman Bros in Oct. of 2008. The raid on MEG was prior to Oct. of 2008 but the prosecution started after. As the Great Recession was unfolding, Goker sold the company to Aragon in what ...Read more

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