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(January 27, 2009)-- Peg Nadel, center, the wife of Sarasota hedge fund manager Arthur G. Nadel, with family members from left, Chris Nadel, (son of Arthur Nadel) Geoff Quisenberry (son of Peg Nadel) and his wife Cindy Quisenberry, and unidentified women,left, leave the Federal Courthouse in Tampa after her husband's hearing Jan. 27, 2009. Aurthur Nadel turned  himself in to federal authorities Tuesday morning Tuesday...Oct. 22, 2010 -- Arthur Nadel, a fund manager whose $168 million fraud was one of several that collapsed in the declining economy and left hundreds of investors without their money, was sentenced to 14 years in prison. Nadel, 77, dubbed "mini-Madoff" in his home state of Florida after epic swindler Bernard Madoff, was excoriated as "evil" and "a loser" by one of his victims during the sentencing proceeding in U.S. District Court in New York. The Sarasota-based fund manager obtained more than $300 million from investors across the United States in managing six different funds, stealing about $168 million between January 1999 and January 2009 through his Scoop business...CONTACT: Carla Hotvedt at SILVER IMAGE® Photo Agency at 352.373-5771 or