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January 29, 2023

As to Whether Allen Stanford Knew His CDs Were Worthless

“I think it’s obviously obvious.”

~ Forensic accountant Mark Berenblut, responding in the affirmative that R. Allen Stanford knew he was “misrepresent[ing] the liquidity and soundness of the CDs.”

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