What Madoff's Money Bought

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    'Bull,' a $7 million yacht owned by Ruth Madoff, is moored in Port of Gallice in Antibes, France. The boat may become a target for prosecutors who are seizing as much as they can of Madoff's personal fortune, hoping to sell off those assets in order to recover whatever possible for the investors he swindled.

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    The $3 million oceanfront home jointly owned by Bernard Madoff and his wife, Ruth, in Montauk, N.Y.

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    The main entrance to a vacation home in Antibes, France, owned by Bernard Madoff's wife Ruth

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    The Manhattan apartment building on New York City's Upper East Side where Bernard Madoff owns a luxury unit. The apartment may one day be seized by prosecutors who are going after as much as they can of Madoff's personal fortune.

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    March 10, 2009: Bernard Madoff leaves Manhattan federal court in New York. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan issued its written ruling March 20 that Madoff will remain in prison until he is sentenced in one of history's largest frauds.

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    March 12, 2009: Bernard Madoff arrives at Manhattan federal court in New York.

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