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Madoff's Prison Number Wins NY Lottery

At least someone--other than the conman himself--- actually made money "investing in Madoff." The Daily News reported yesterday that a Queens construction worker used the swindler's prison number to play the lottery and won $1,500.

At least someone--other than the conman himself--- actually made money "investing in Madoff." The Daily News reported yesterday that a Queens construction worker used the swindler's prison number to play the lottery and won $1,500.After seeing the number numbers on the front page of the Daily News, he said, "I'm going to be a winner with this guy even though everyone lost money with him," the newspaper reported. "Somebody had to get a little lucky with him." And lucky, Ralph Amendolaro was.At least someone--other than the conman himself--- actually made money "investing in Madoff." The Daily News reported yesterday that a Queens construction worker used the swindler's prison number to play the lottery and won $1,500.

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