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Madoff languishes in prison, lessons to learn

...have questions about a particular person or entity, or think you might have been scammed, you can call the CFTC at 1-866-FON-CFTC and talk with someone in our offices. Crooks: Madoff bilked billions and actually thought he "made off" with the loot...

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Recognitions

...Gross-Alaska Theatre; Summer Walker, two passes from Mount Roberts Tramway and Goldbelt; and Leo Steele, an adventure tour for two fon the glacier from Temsco Helicopter Tours. The winners and prizes awarded Thursday were: James Connally, a gift certificate...

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Neighbors
'Bangkok' too dark to entertain

...over in spite of his flaws. The woman, Fon (Charlie Yeung), is probably the beginning of the end for our hit man. Fon also represents the few true moments of tenderness in "Bangkok Dangerous." Fon, who by the way is a deaf-mute (kudos...

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Blake Adam Sanford

...He was born May 7, 1983 in Juneau to Mary Ann Sanford and Jon Fon. Blake was raised in Juneau, and attended the Juneau schools...death by his grandfather, Arthur Sanford, and his father, Jon Fon. He is survived by his mother, Mary Ann Sanford; brother...

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Headshot

Now Playing Synopsis: A man sees things in a whole new way after he's forced into a life of crime in this thriller from Thai filmmaker Pen-ek Ratanaruang. Tul (Nopachai "Peter" Jayanama) was a policeman before he fell under the sway of powerful crime boss Demon, who embraces a philosophy that human nature is rooted in evil rather than good. Demon and his underlings have fabricated evidence that Tul is involved in drug dealing and murder, and they're blackmailing the cop into doing their bidding. Tul becomes an assassin for Demon, and he's ordered to kill a powerful local politician. Posing as a Buddhist monk, he carries out the assignment, but gets caught in the cross fire with police and bodyguards and takes a bullet in the head. When he's released from the hospital three months later, his vision has turned upside down, and he struggles to clear his name while tracking down the men who betrayed him. Fon Tok Kuen Fah (aka Headshot) received its North American premiere at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Nopachai Jayanama, Sirin Horwang, Chanokporn "Dream" Sayoungkul, Apisit "Joey Boy" Opasaimlikit, Krerkkiat Punpiputt Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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