Talking to the authors behind the book about New Jersey’s biggest Ponzi scheme

    Josh Margolin and Ted Sherman were reporters for the Star-Ledger when 44 people in New Jersey were arrested for money laundering, black market organ sales and other corruption offenses as part of a $400 million Ponzi scheme.

    Today on Radio Times, Margolin and Sherman will talk about their book, The Jersey Sting: A True Story of Crooked Pols, Money-Laundering Rabbis, Black Market Kidneys, and The Informant Who Brought It All Down, with Radio Times host Marty Moss-Coane.

    Listen live at 10 a.m. on 91 FM.

     

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