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Shapiro seeks bigger payout from Madoff liquidator

Joins other victims seeking compensation for phony profits

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / November 18, 2009

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Boston philanthropist Carl J. Shapiro is arguing that the liquidator for Ponzi artist Bernard L. Madoff should be forced to include years’ worth of fake profits when calculating claims made by the con man’s victims. (Full article: 463 words)

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