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Madoff Doc on Netflix In Time of SBF But No Secret Suretors in 2011 Why For SBF in 2023?

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 4 -  When the documentary "Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street" dropped on Netflix on January 4, it was the day after his successor Sam Bankman-Fried had pleaded not guilty and demanded that the information and even names of his bond co-signers be withheld from the public.

  Inner City Press immediately filed opposition to Bankman-Fried's secrecy request, on January 3; on January 4, it watched the just-released Madoff documentary by Joe Berlinger. 

  It has aerial shots of Palm Beach, like Netflix's Jeffrey Epstein (and Ghislaine Maxwell) documentaries. It has re-enactments, including of action on the 17th floor of the Lipstick Building on Third Avenue.

But, understandably given the lead-time of such project, it does not mention Bankman-Fried or FTX. 

 But we will. 

 Even Madoff had his bond co-signers information public - in PACER Inner City Press found the December 11, 2008 bond, approved by then Assistant US Attorney Marc Litt. 

 This is an ever-expanding genre. On the (lightly) fictionalized front, there's been Billions. On the German tip, there's the Wirecard spoof "King of Stonks."

Inner City Press, which published booklets on Trevor Milton and Roger Ng of Jho Low fund, is now working on one about Bankman-Fried.

But there is definitely something to be learned from Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street. We recommend it.



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