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Meek campaign tries to debunk Greene's financial claims

One of the biggest challengers for Jeff Greene, the billionaire turned Democratic latecomer in the U.S. Senate race, will be explaining how he made a fortune on the backs of struggling homeowners. He says he invested in credit default swaps only to protect his investments as the real estate market soured -- a claim that U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek of Miami, the leading Democratic candidate for Florida's open U.S. Senate seat, seeks to undercut in this memo: Download 2010.05.06. Abe Dyk Memo 

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