Episode: E133: “Silk Pajama Strangling” - Serge Rubinstein

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E133: “Silk Pajama Strangling” - Serge Rubinstein

He learned everything from his father. How to become obscenely wealthy, but also how to become obscenely corrupt. By 1955, Serge Rubinstein had become a prominent investment banker on Wall Street, but his list of enemies had grown as long as his financial portfolio. Rubinstein's murder would lead authorities to one of the most extensive investigations in New York history. 



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