NEW YORK (AP) -- The scope of Bernard Madoff's alleged fraud is detailed in 162 pages of minuscule type -- a list of the disgraced money manager's once-trusting customers, including a bevy of the rich, famous and powerful.
The list includes scores of famous names, from Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax, to World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein to actor John Malkovich and CNN host Larry King.
An analysis of the list shows that the people come from 44 states and at least 40 countries, from the Cayman Islands to Kenya to Switzerland. Florida has nearly 2,200 entries.
Not everyone on the list was a Madoff victim; some ended up in the document simply because they are lawyers or accountants whose clients are connected to Madoff, for example. Some had no dealings with Madoff whatsoever. But the sheer volume of the list demonstrates the reach of Madoff's world.
View the Madoff Ponzi Scheme Customer List database