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January 31, 2011

N.J. judge to decide whether to reopen Robert Brennan's bankruptcy case so regulators can recover funds

"After spending almost a decade in prison for bankruptcy fraud, notorious penny stock promoter Robert E. Brennan became a free man this month."

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