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Old 12-11-2009, 11:12 PM
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Glad to see that the "spelling" error was corrected . Fortunately, our wiki article is #1 in Google for searches for "George G. Levin".

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New stuff mentioning George G. Levin:

--Levin lawyers up
--Levin memo on hiring lawyer (interesting comments on that one)

According to the South Florida Business Journal, a "creditors committee" was formed, of entities owed money in the alleged Ponzi -- but the committee is missing an important name. From the article:

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Originally Posted by South Florida Business Journal
A formal committee of creditors has been named in the bankruptcy case of Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm Ė and itís missing an important name: the largest creditor, the Banyon investments funds.

A creditors committee is usually made up of the largest entities owed money in a bankruptcy. The committee makes decisions about investigating the bankrupt company and about distribution of recovered funds.

Altogether, the Banyon funds reported losses of $775 million in the RRA bankruptcy, but the funds and their manager George G. Levin arenít named on the creditors committee.
Also, the Fort Lauderdale police chief is feeling some heat over an "interesting" crash involving a Bentley.

I'm working on getting some more court documents from lawsuits involving George G. Levin. They should also be "interesting".
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