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In the first trial to take place since Bernard Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme shocked the world more than five years ago, five former employees at Madoff's investment firm were convicted by a New York federal jury for their participation in Madoff's scheme. After nearly 3 days of deliberations, a federal jury found former staffers Daniel Bonventre, the firm's back-office director of operations, Annette Bongiorno, Madoff's administrative assistant, Joann Crupi, an account manager, and computer programmers Jerome O'Hara and George Perez, guilty of all charges. Perhaps fittingly, the five-month trial now ranks as the longest white collar trial in decades.
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