Saturday, March 14, 2009

Will Bernie Madoff Admit to Mob Ties at His Sentencing?

Faced with a possible 150 year jail term, Bernard Madoff is thought to be considering whether he should plead guilty to other uncharged offences. This could be a way of improving his privileges during his sentence.

Criminals pleading guilty to crimes often ask for other crimes to be taken into consideration because they know that law enforcement agencies and the District Attorney's office are keen to clear up unsolved crime without extensive detection and court costs. It means the criminal cannot be charged with those offences later, and in some cases it makes the difference in the category of prison facility, or the prisoner's cell furnishings.

Bernard Madoff has not yet said which crimes he is likely to admit to, but speculation by the press includes running the Mafia, responsibility for the Enron fraud, hiding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the Iran Contra scandal and the assassination of Kennedy.

If he were to plead guilty to these crimes his 150 year sentence would be carried out in his own home, except for times when he wanted to go out.

Thanks to Roy Turse

1 comment:

  1. MADOFF + STANFORD = PROSKAUER ROSE
    Did I hear Proskauer Rose is involved in Madoff (involved many clients too) and acted as Allen Stanford's attorney. Investors who lost money in these scams should start looking at the law firm Proskauer's assets for recovery. First, Proskauer partner Gregg Mashberg claims Madoff is a financial 9/11 for their clients. Then, Proskauer partner Thomas Sjoblom former enforcement dude for SEC and Allen Stanford attorney, declares PARTY IS OVER to Stanford employees and advises them to PRAY, this two days before SEC hearings. Then at hearings he lies with Holt to SEC saying she only prepared with him but fails to mention Miami meeting at airport hanger. Then Sjoblom resigns after SEC begins investigation and sends note to SEC disaffirming all statements made by he and Proskauer, his butt on fire.

    Proskauer Rose and Foley and Lardner are also in a TRILLION dollar FEDERAL LAWSUIT legally related to a WHISTLEBLOWER CASE also in FEDERAL COURT. Marc S. Dreier is also a defendant in the Federal Case.

    The Trillion Dollar suit according to judge Shira Scheindlin is one of PATENT THEFT, MURDER AND A CAR BOMBING. For graphics on the car bombing visit www.iviewit.tv.

    The Federal Court cases

    United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Docket 08-4873-cv - Bernstein, et al. v Appellate Division First Department Disciplinary Committee, et al. - TRILLION DOLLAR LAWSUIT

    Cases @ US District Court - Southern District NY

    (07cv09599) Anderson v The State of New York, et al. - WHISTLEBLOWER LAWSUIT

    (07cv11196) Bernstein, et al. v Appellate Division First Department Disciplinary Committee, et al.

    (07cv11612) Esposito v The State of New York, et al.,

    (08cv00526) Capogrosso v New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, et al.,

    (08cv02391) McKeown v The State of New York, et al.,

    (08cv02852) Galison v The State of New York, et al.,

    (08cv03305) Carvel v The State of New York, et al., and,

    (08cv4053) Gizella Weisshaus v The State of New York, et al.

    (08cv4438) Suzanne McCormick v The State of New York, et al.

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