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Scott Rothstein Transcripts Released From Day One of Bankruptcy Deposition

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Ponzi mastermind Scott Rothstein sure seems to be talking quite a bit during his deposition in South Florida, as the first day of transcripts run over 350 pages.

Rothstein spent most of the first day of his deposition -- December 12 -- explaining away how the Ponzi scheme worked, throwing his old partners Stuart Rosenfeldt and Russell Adler under the bus in the process.

While we sift through Rothstein's ramblings, we'll post the transcripts from the morning and afternoon sessions after the jump:

Click here for Rothstein's corrections to the transcript.



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