Alleged mini-Madoff does impromptu—and ill-advised—interview with ABC News

Did everyone see the ABC News interview with investor and alleged Ponzi schemer Allen Stanford? His lawyers and PR counsel are kicking themselves right now. In the parking lot outside a restaurant, Stanford talked to ABC News. He started crying. He talked about how much he loves his employees. He told ABC News that he will die and go to hell if he ran a Ponzi scheme; he will punch the next person who makes an accusation against him; he had to fly commercial for the first time in 16 years because the gove…

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