Petters made all kinds of excuses while he continued to live like a "big-time wheeler-dealer," "swashbuckling industrialist" with his "Blackberry abuzz."
Deanna Coleman said she couldn't take the lying anymore. She said she "couldn't stomach it."
"The Star Tribune was going to do a story about what a great entrepreneur Tom Petters was.... I went to my car chuckling."
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A federal judge released Michael Catain from custody because he wasn't a flight risk. His neighbors must be thrilled
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The "neighborhood bully" was busted trying to hide some of his assets and household goodies from the courts so he could still live the high life.
Neighbors shed no tears for Michael Catain