Guilty Plea Gives Little Satisfaction to Defrauded Investors
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Guilty Plea Gives Little Satisfaction to Defrauded Investors

Inside the Federal Court building in Lower Manhattan, Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty to bilking investors of billions of dollars and was sent immediately to jail. Outside the courthouse, some of those investors were not satisfied. They wanted to know where their money went and who else was involved.Video by Travis Fox/washingtonpost.com

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