BERNARD MADOFF - THIEF
Bernard Madoff was convicted of a Ponzie scheme that equated to the theft of $65,000,000,000, an all time record. He was thus one of the most notorious thieves in all of history. An ELS of BERNARD MADOFF is found to be in the yellow box below with the word for THIEF at skip -1, a special case skip. The other three special cases are skip +1, -N, and N, with N = the skip of the axis term (here BERNARD MADOFF at skip -144,195 on a rounded torus/wrapped matrix that can only be seen with software like CodeFinder). The word THIEF was a priori. An a posteriori verse that runs through his name (Genesis 31:37) refers to a dispute about theft of personal items (Laban’s idols). No probability can be computed for a posteriori terms, but the odds for a special case skip of THIEF being in the 40-letter yellow box were about one chance in 115.