Moe Gangat on Mo Fayne Getting 17 Years for $4M PPP Fraud & Ponzi Scheme: His Life is Over (Part 12)

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In this clip, lawyer Moe Gangat shared his thoughts on Love & Hip Hop’s Mo Fayne being sentenced to 17.5 years for PPP loan fraud, and being ordered to pay $3.7 million in restitution. Gangat explained that Mo Fayne was running a Ponzi scheme for years, which was exposed via the PPP loan. To hear more, including Moe stating that he doesn’t think Fayne has any of the restitution money, hit the above clip.

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Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff dead at 82

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Bernie Madoff, the financier convicted of masterminding the largest Ponzi scheme in history, has died in federal prison at the age of 82.
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Bernie Madoff, infamous Ponzi schemer, dies

Bernard Madoff, whose name became synonymous with financial fraud, died while serving a 150-year sentence in Federal Prison. He was 82 years old.

His death Wednesday at the Federal Medical Center in the prison in Butner, North Carolina, was confirmed by the US Bureau of Prisons. A cause of death was not released.
In February 2020, he petitioned the courts for an early release from prison, stating that he had terminal kidney failure and a life expectancy of less than 18 months. But the US Attorney’s office for the southern district of New York said Madoff’s crime was "unprecedented in scope and magnitude" and is "sufficient reason" to deny Madoff’s request.
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