Nothing Too Late

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Potomac Books, Incorporated, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 285 pages
Nothing Is Too Late details the rise and fall of a man of inestimable depravity--Lucian Kozminski, a victim of the Holocaust who swindled fellow survivors and may have even faked his own death while serving out his prison sentence. The author, former assistant U.S. attorney Mark Kalmansohn, independently undertook a lengthy investigation and pro bono civil action. To this day, he continues to race against time and Kozminski's fading footprints, trying to uncover Kozminski's assets while trying to track down the thief himself.

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Nothing is too late: the hunt for a Holocaust swindler

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Kalmansohn, a former federal prosecutor now in private practice, recounts his experience prosecuting Lucian Kozminski for defrauding Holocaust survivors. Kozminski took money from elderly survivors ... Read full review


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