There's Something About Larry
After serving 10 years, Larry Levine did what any respectable criminal would do: He became a consultant.
people called me; I refused to help him," Levine
then added, "I don't help child molesters either."
, 47, said he
spent a decade in jail for "narcotics
trafficking, securities fraud, racketeering, obstruction of
traffic in justice but Levine
is more practical about the ins
and outs of criminal law.
"It's not who's right or wrong -- it's who's a better liar."
The recent turmoil on Wall Street
and the Bernie Madoff
case inspired Levine
to augment his American Prison
Consultants brand with the trendier Wall Street Prison
said that he's
"tired of seeing people get
burned by the system."
recently received a call from someone who claimed to
be associated with the Madoff case.
33-month sentence in June and refers to Levine
"This is a moneymaking idea, so I jumped on it,"
Levine's phone is ringing off the hook and he's
making the media rounds, appearing on Fox News
and MSN and in Forbes
As the financial press
covers Wall Street's continuing meltdown, Levine
front and center, riding the wave of the only sure bull