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Craig Carton's Lawyer: Feds Have 'Gross Misunderstanding' Of Alleged Ponzi Scheme

Outspoken WFAN radio personality Craig Carton hasn't made any public statements after being arrested and charged for allegedly orchestrating a $5.6 million Ponzi scheme to pay off gambling debts—but his lawyer is. [ more › ]
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