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Jaffe's Role Studied In Madoff Case

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Jaffe's Role Studied In Madoff Case

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Jaffe's Role Studied In Madoff Case

Jaffe's Role Studied In Madoff Case

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The Massachusetts Secretary of State has subpoenaed Robert M. Jaffe for questioning in an offshoot of the investigation into Bernard Madoff's financial dealings. Jaffe, who married into the wealthy Shapiro family of Boston, appears to have set up a company primarily to bring in clients for Madoff. Boston Globe investigative reporter Beth Healy discusses Jaffe with Robert Siegel.

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