Buhl was also a respondent in another lawsuit by another slimeball financier, Bernie Cornfield, in 1978.
Robert Vesco would later be accused by the U.S. Government of looting a
quarter billion dollars (426 million in 1986) from Bernard Cornfeld's
Investors Overseas Services. (See Arthur Herzog, VESCO copyright©1987
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Vesco was backed by Henry Buhl, who introduced Vesco to investment
bankers Lazard Frères; Salomon Brothers; Allen & Co.; John Loeb, Sr.
of Loeb & Rhoades; Lehman Brothers; Smith Barney; and to his
accountant Arthur Andersen. "As Honore de Balzac, French novelist and playwrite, wrote: "Being every fortune there is a crime."