The Article That Should Join Madoff in the Prison Cell

...Is this one, from the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Maureen Ebel is a 60-year-old retired nurse whose physician husband died when he was 53 and whose life savings were part of a $7.3 million retirement fund entrusted entirely to Bernard Madoff.

Ebel's selling most everything of value, though the Palm Beach County condo is going to be the toughest item to move. She's also returning recent purchases and adjusting to a new diet of canned foods. She has to get recertified as a nurse so she can go back to work.

Asked what she would do if she were left alone with Madoff, Ebel told the reporter, "You can't print it." Well, whatever that is, he's got it coming and then some.

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Thomas Francis