In FBI records, DiPascali recounts trying to keep employees in the dark about the scam.
By David Glovin and Bob Van Voris|March 26, 2012 at 06:21 AM
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After several drinks at a Greek restaurant on Manhattan’s Third Avenue in the summer of 2006, two computer programmers at Bernard Madoff’s investment firm asked their supervisor whether the boss’s business was a scam.
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