Back In Business: John “I Don’t Know Where The Money Is” Corzine Considers Starting a New Hedge Fund

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Because these days in America we reward theft and fraud with the promise of more riches and freedom, as opposed to the traditional handcuffs and a 10×10 prison cell reserved only for the plebs:

Jon Corzine would like you to trust him with your money. And what could possibly go wrong?

That’s right. Corzine, the former CEO of now-bankrupt MF Global, the company that lost hundred of million of dollars in customers funds, is mulling starting a hedge fund, The New York Times reports, citing “people with knowledge of his plans.”

Luckily, Corzine should have the time to open his hedge fund should he want to. That’s because he likely won’t be bogged down by criminal charges and annoying things like that, according to the NYT. Despite overseeing the loss of so many customer funds before their firm collapsed — you may remember a cringe-worthy December hearing in which Corzine told lawmakers “I simply do not know where the money is” — Corzine and other MF Global executives will likely escape the probe relatively unscathed.

If Corzine manages to make a comeback, even after the bankruptcy and lawsuits, it would be just another career change for a career-changing man. In addition to running MF Global, Corzine was also the CEO of Goldman Sachs, as well as a U.S. senator and the governor of New Jersey.

Source: Huff Post

Two words: Dirt Bag.

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  • White Knuckle Driver

    Vanish Capital, LLC

  • jr

    Oh gee… where can I invest my life savings with this guy! Funny thing – Key Lay basically got life, this guy runs scot free. Nice gig, if you can get it

  • jr

    I’m not worried about Jonny-boy. All I want is to be protected from the horrid, evil little 9 yr old girls selling lemonaide on the street corner

  • Evie

    Ken Lay died. How convenient. This is a diversion.

    • SKIP

      I believe Ken Lay is in the fed witness protection program, when you have several billions of other peoples’ money, you simply do not die, you continue to live in exotic splendor. I find it to convenient that high profile criminals taken into custody and known to have lots of info that the fed wants suddenly die of “previously undiagnosed illness”

  • Ed_B

    “Ken Lay died.”

    Did he? One can only wonder about that. Seems as if they cremated his (or at least a) body awfully fast after his “death”. My bet is that he is living in opulent obscurity somewhere in South America… at least until his plastic surgery is complete.

    As to Jon Boy (Give me all the effin money!) Corzine, only a complete idiot would invest with this thief. Anyone who does invest with Corzine deserves EXACTLY what is going to happen to them.

  • Nexus789

    The whole ‘system’ is well and truly busted. There is no assurance that any monies or assets you own will be protected.