Brian Callahan is going to miss his ocean views. The Long Island Ponzi schemer — who used millions in pilfered funds to buy a beachfront resort in Montauk — will be spending his next 12 years in the clink, the Justice Department said Friday. “For years, Brian Callahan peddled lies to unsuspecting investors, causing some...
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