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What Do People Think About Waterboarding Bernie Madoff?

Posted by Larry Doyle on April 24, 2009 12:56 PM |

Where’s the money? What did Bernie Madoff do with the money?

Fortune Magazine reports that Madoff’s sidekick, Frank DiPascali, is starting to “sing.”  However, what does Bernie know that Frank may not? With thousands of victims of the Madoff scandal personally bankrupted and emotionally crushed, how would people feel if the government “waterboarded” Bernie Madoff ?

What do you think?

LD

  • Todd Bickmeyer

    What about waterboarding the rest of the gang – i.e. his sons and associates – who were certainly involved.

  • Ben Simeone

    Hi Larry,This website is becoming a part of my life,I need it to make sense of the craziness out there.This Madoff thing is at the very least the financial crime of the century.There are more than just the financial victims.Unfortunately,it seems like the crme has also unleashed a wave of anti semitism that is just plain ugly.I’m wondering if there is a Russian mob element to this case,it was hinted at when this scandal came out,and then I never heard another thing about it.Waterboarding Mr Madoff and accomplices would not be objectionable to me!!Keep up the great work that you are doing.

  • Mountainaires

    The financial “crime of the century” is what is happening and has happened under Treasury, the Fed and Wall Street.

    Madoff is small potatoes.

    Waterboard Madoff?

    I say, let him get in line behind Bush, Cheney, Rice, Ashcroft, Tenet, Yoo, Bradbury, Bybee, Addington, Feith, and the rest of the torture advocates.

    They believe in torture so damn much, let them breathe wet towels until they say Uncle. Me? I’m against torture. It’s illegal. And, it’s immoral.

    Sometimes all you get for justice is the knowledge that the criminal who victimized you will spend the rest of his or her life in prison.

  • Ben Simeone

    Well if waterboarding is too harsh and is torturous,is there a more moral way to get this man to sing?Would it be so bad to get him on a chain gang and introduce him to what former Governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts called,”the joys of busting rock?






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