February
2017

Vile People

Dishonoring hubris, entitlement, fraud, corruption, and good ‘ol unabashed greed among our most esteemed plutocrats.

Elliott Broidy

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Former Chairman of Markstone Capital Group, Elliott Broidy emerged on the main stage of New York’s pay-to-play scandal in early December 2009. His guilty plea to a felony charge of rewarding official misconduct could mean up to four years in prison, according to

Milowe Brost

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is suing two Canadian men (Milowe Brost and Gary Sorenson), accusing them of running a $300-million Ponzi scheme that promised returns of as much as 36% on investments in gold-mining companies.

Nicolas Cage

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Nicolas Cage, compulsive spender, mediocre talent, victim, sad-sack.

Joe Cassano

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Brooklyn born, Joseph J. "Joe" Cassano (age 53 in 2008) is the son of a cop who made good by becoming the president of AIG Financial Products. He ran the division from it's inception in 1987 until his resignation in February 2008.

Cassano is considered, not "a"

Jimmy Cayne

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James E. "Jimmy" Cayne (born February 14, 1934) is an American businessman, a former CEO of Bear Stearns (1993–2008), and bridge player. After losing about one billion dollars in net worth from the collapse of Bear Stearns' stock, he sold his entire stake in the

Jack Chartier

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Former New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi's top intergovernmental adviser and chief of staff Jack Chartier had influence over billions in state pension funds. He fell for aging, former "Mod Squad" actress Peggy Lipton and needed money to impress.

Richard “Dick” Cheney

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"Darth Vader", as Dick Cheney is often referred to, was Mary Poppins next to our illustrious former Vice President.

Jeffrey P. Chernick

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Jeffrey P. Chernick, a 70 year old New York toy magnate and UBS client, pleaded guilty to tax evasion for hiding $8 million in Swiss bank accounts.

Danielle Chiesi

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43 year old hedge fund manger and foul-mouthed crook, Danielle Chiesi, was charged on October 16, 2009 with securities fraud for her role in the biggest insider trading ring in decades.

Trevor Cook

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A former student bookie at the University of Minnesota, Cook rose to prominence as a commodities trader. He is charged with running an international Ponzi scheme that defrauded more than 1,000 people out of at least $190 million.

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Vile Quotes

"America does not have an aristocracy or a plutocracy."
Art Pope

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Vile Comments

I seriously doubt that if Michaele was indeed a socialite she’d be employed as a
receptionist, department store clerk or makeup artist… Paris Hilton she is not….
These two are posers who don’t pay their bills and are taking this reality/celebrity train
for all its worth…They are both idiots.

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