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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Bernard Madoff: Mr. Met

Disgraced amalek financier Bernard Madoff and the New York Mets baseball club apparently had strong ties, according to this embarrassing -- no, damning -- New York Times report in Wednesday's editions.

Crime, Politics and Policy has previously predicted that the Mets will eventually seek bankruptcy protection in the wake of the revelation of the Madoff fraud, the Mets' owners' large exposure to losses and a lawsuit (still under seal by the Manhattan federal district court) filed by Madoff bankruptcy estate trustee Irving Picard reportedly for $1 billion.  As more details and allegations emerge, it becomes likelier that the Mets may already be insolvent, and that the Wilpon family will need to consider divesting of the entire franchise in what could even become a distressed sale situation. 

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