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Ponzi scheme operator Bernie Madoff has died in prison, says the Federal Bureau of Prisons

JUST IN: Bernie Madoff, who was convicted of running the largest known Ponzi scheme in history, died on Wednesday in federal prison where he was serving a 150-year sentence, the Bureau of Prisons said. He was 82.

Federal Bureau of Prisons has said Bernie Madoff who was imprisoned on offences related to a Ponzi scheme has died in prison in the U.S. For more on this and other news visit

Bernie Madoff, the financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history, has died in federal prison, confirmed his lawyer and the Bureau of Prisons.​

Ponzi scheme mastermind Bernie Madoff has died in prison, US Federal Bureau of Prisons says. Madoff, 82, pleaded guilty in 2009 to swindling billions of dollars from investors. Associated Press reports that Madoff died of natural causes. Background story:

Bernie Madoff, ponzi scheme mastermind, dead at 82. The Federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed Madoff's death from natural causes on Wednesday.

Bernie Madoff died of natural causes in federal prison on Wednesday (4/14), according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Madoff pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history. He was 82 years old.

Disgraced financier and Ponzi scheme architect Bernie Madoff has died in prison, according to the US Federal Bureau of Prisons. #BernieMadoff  | #Ponzi 

One of the most infamous thieves ever has died. The Federal Bureau of Prisons says Bernie Madoff has passed away.

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Bernie Madoff is dead, per the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Famous for swindling tons in a Ponzi scheme. Outlived both of his sons.

Bernie Madoff has about 18 months to live; the US Federal Bureau of Prisons rejected his request to be released

Bernie Madoff’s fmr secretary Annette Bongiorno, who petitioned for early release from prison, will stay behind bars a while longer. A federal judge said Bongiorno, 70, must make her case to the Bureau of Prisons, not the courts. She’s serving a 6 yr sentence, to be out in 2020.

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