Receiver seeks to deny extra expense items for Petters associate Reynolds

  • Article by: DAVID PHELPS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 11, 2009 - 11:47 PM
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zyxwvuFeb. 11, 09 7:27 PM

Here's an idea, have Doug provide the same service for Mr Madoff

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only1bird86Feb. 11, 09 7:34 PM

He should feel lucky to get 5 bucks.

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thagamanFeb. 11, 09 7:42 PM

You need Satellite TV to demonstrate the home theater works??? Is the DVD player broken? Or didn't the $100,000 model come with one?

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jasonnesburgFeb. 11, 09 7:43 PM

Who do these guys think they are?

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slickwillie6Feb. 11, 09 7:48 PM

Mr Reynold's could apply for TARP Funds

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DavegaebertFeb. 11, 09 7:50 PM

knowing these clowns and also the bank exec's who accepted bail out money have to live "more" like the rest of us chumps.... I live by myself and live on under $200 a month for food and still buy my food from coops and farmers markets and eat well.

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geosfls59Feb. 11, 09 7:52 PM

The dude could be a garbage collector or stock grocery shelves as they provide both the health benefits the dude needs.

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chappydotcomFeb. 11, 09 8:30 PM

I'll bet a month's worth of groceries that the divorce is for financial reasons and somehow creates a tax shelter for his wife or protects something that the courts won't be able to touch.

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mahogma66Feb. 11, 09 8:39 PM

No,you can't have more of the money that you stole. Just think,you may have to live in just 1 house. Scary,ain't it?

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nickelbFeb. 11, 09 8:42 PM

I'm sure with all this publicity clients are lining up.

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