Attorney Jay Korn, 70, jumped to his death last week in Hempstead, New York. After his death, former clients came forward with allegations of a $11 million Ponzi scheme created by Korn.
Korn’s end was particularly gruesome after a first-floor awning partially broke his fall. The result is that he survived impact but died about half an hour later.
More than three dozen people who say they have lost about $11 million have filed complaints against the Hempstead lawyer at the center of a Ponzi scheme probe launched after he jumped to his death from his eight-story office building’s roof last week, authorities said Monday.
Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice said investigators removed documents yesterday from Korn’s office and are looking into “a possible multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.”
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To take this line from Dredds post.
“little citizen v big brother”
What would you call this?
“Marine’s Father Ordered To Pay $16K In Court Costs
Funeral For Al Snyder’s Son Picketed By Westboro Baptist Church
POSTED: 7:47 am EDT March 30, 2010
UPDATED: 7:57 am EDT March 30, 2010
YORK COUNTY, Pa. — The York County father of a Marine who was killed in Iraq has been ordered to pay thousands in court costs for suing some protesters who picketed the funeral.
Attorneys for Al Snyder said a court of appeals ordered him to pay more than $16,000 in court costs for the Westboro Baptist Church.
Matthew Snyder, 20, died in March 2006.
Snyder’s funeral was one of many funerals that was picketed by the church.
I suppose when he jumped in haste he did not make too good of sidewalk paste. He was wry and not very spry and now hell have no more use for a simple glass of rye…
This is another metaphor for little citizen v big brother, in the sense little citizen is too small to succeed but big brother is too big to fail.
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