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- Which boat of Bernie's floats your boat? The whole "flotilla" is to be auctioned today in Fort Lauderdale, with proceeds going toward a good cause: the scores of cheated investors. But mostly, attorney fees. [Sun-Sentinel]
- Dalia Dippolito, the Boynton Beach woman who's accused of plotting to kill her husband, is said to have hatched two murderous schemes before the third one, which involved hiring an undercover officer to do the deed. [Palm Beach Post]
- The Justice Department has concerns about entrusting the role of chief restructuring officer to someone who is under the thumb of Stuart Rosenfeldt, CEO of Scott Rothstein's law firm, who retained the right to fire that officer. Rather, the feds want an independent agent in that job who is free to point a finger back at the firm itself, if it turns out to have a role in Rothstein's massive fraud. [Miami Herald]