O.J. Simpson’s  Pro Football Hall of Fame ring; a report that Minnesota could even suffer because of Bernard Madoff’s suspected $50 billion Ponzi scheme; and Liechtenstein’s new Tax Information Exchange Agreement; are the focus of this "Asset Search News Roundup":

  • By interdicting O.J. Simpson’s diamond encrusted Pro Football Hall of Fame ring, Judgment Creditor Fred Goldman hopes to satisfy part of his $33.5 million judgment arising from the slaying of his son, Ron Goldman.  "O.J. Simpson victim denies he has Hall of Fame ring", reports that memorabilia dealer Alfred Beardsley specifically claims he does not possess the ring.  According to an Associated Press article, Mr. Beardsley further alleged during forced collection proceedings, that O.J. Simpson may have "lost the ring on a golf course years ago".

Copyright 2008 Fred L. Abrams