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Well-off to broke, overnight

More than just the very wealthy were victims of Madoff

In this 1993 photo, Bernard Madoff (right) appeared at a House subcommittee hearing in Washington with Richard Grasso, then president of the New York Stock Exchange (left), and a former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman, David S. Ruder. In this 1993 photo, Bernard Madoff (right) appeared at a House subcommittee hearing in Washington with Richard Grasso, then president of the New York Stock Exchange (left), and a former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman, David S. Ruder. (Associated Press/File)
By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / December 17, 2008

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Joyce Kossak does not travel in a private jet. No hospital wings are named after her. But she, too, is a victim of Bernard L. Madoff, the Wall Street trader who confessed to defrauding his clients of about $50 billion in investments. (Full article: 816 words)

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