“He’s achieved a certain status in Boston through fear-mongering, basically, and somebody needs to stand up to him and call him what he is. He’s a bully,” he said.
Eight months ago, the millionaires-only club was on the verge of liquidation, a victim of its prior owners’ excesses and the broader economic downturn that choked off the flow of money fueling the club’s rise.
The festive affair belied the uneasy times for the Shapiro family. Three days before attending the party, Shapiro son-in-law Robert Jaffe was accused by federal regulators of delivering $1 billion in client funds to Madoff, reaping $150 million in improper payments in return. Jaffe denies the charges.
OppenheimerFunds, a unit of Springfield, Massachusetts- based Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., was sued this month by investors seeking to recoup losses allegedly caused by mismanagement of the Oppenheimer Pennsylvania Municipal Fund.
Meanwhile, the United States attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, also unsealed charges against Mr. Weitzman. They include fraud, lying to investors and converting money for his own use. Some of the charges carry maximum penalties of 20 years in prison and a $5 million fine.
Republican House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones Jr. said one-party rule of the state is to blame for “the dark shadow (that) continues to hover over Beacon Hill.”
Sergeant Daniel Wildgrube was writing Greer a ticket when she gunned her engine and sped off, hitting him with her car’s side mirror and forcing him to leap out of the way, according to his report. Wildgrube said he caught up to Greer, who was stuck in traffic, and ordered her to get out of the car because she was under arrest, but she again refused.
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