Mets’ win scores $82M for Madoff kin

Still sore over losing his lawsuit against the owners of the New York Mets, the trustee charged with cleaning up Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme warned that upholding the Mets’ victory would allow Madoff’s family to keep $82.3 million in phony profits. In September, Manhattan federal court judge Jed Rakoff tossed nine of 11 counts brought by the trustee, Irving Picard, against Mets owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz, and limited him to clawing back money withdrawn by the two to the two years prior to Madoff coming clean.
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