The Jew Bernard Madeoff admits to bilking investors out of $50 billion in one of “Wall Street’s biggest frauds in history” and is placed under House Arrest? Does one need anymore more proof than this that there are two standards of so called “justice” in the US today? This case is not about someone assumed innocent until proven guilty. Madeoff confessed. He wasn’t even tortured in Abu Ghraib to get the confession. He freely admits much of his later years has been spent promoting a Ponzi scheme which has robbed hundreds of individuals and organizations, including charities, out of billions, and yet, the judge gives him house arrest? Madeoff even gets to leave his house!
This all makes sense when you discover that the Judge in the case is one of the “Chosen Ones,” the U.S. Magistrate Judge Gabriel Gorenstein.
Ernst Zundel has questions about the alleged holocaust and, at 67 years old, gets five years in a Mannheim cross bar hotel, but Madeoff, steals an admitted $50 billion and gets house arrest?
With $50 billion [or will it actually be $100 billion?] of other people’s money to play with, you can be sure that his house is not the typical 1200 square foot three bedroom two bath the average American pays a mortgage on either. And which house is he confined to, the home in Montauk, New York, or the spread in Palm Beach, Florida?
Fredrick Toben gets 50 days behind bars for his thoughts regarding the alleged Jewish holocaust, but Madeoff, who actually does a crime and admits to it, gets to have dinner at expensive New York restaurants, as long as he is home by 9 p.m.?
Hey judge Gorenstein, steal $50 billion and get house arrest? That’s chutzpah.