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Who is worse?

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    yoop
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    Robert Stokes, the dermatologist, reused needles/sutures, and was convicted of fraud for wrongly billing insurance companies.  By the way, he also told some people they had melanoma when they didn't.

    Stokes is getting  10.5 years prison time

    http://blog.mlive.com/grpress/2008/07/patients_of_1_doctor_robe.html 

    or….

    Bernie Madoff

    Robert Stokes, the dermatologist, reused needles/sutures, and was convicted of fraud for wrongly billing insurance companies.  By the way, he also told some people they had melanoma when they didn't.

    Stokes is getting  10.5 years prison time

    http://blog.mlive.com/grpress/2008/07/patients_of_1_doctor_robe.html 

    or….

    Bernie Madoff

    Bernie has 150 years to serve

    yoop

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