The Securities and Exchange Commission contends that Rabbi Harold Ten played a key role in an alleged scheme by L.A. investment broker Michael A. Horowitz to profit from the deaths of terminally ill patients that Ten was assisting though his L.A. nonprofit Bikur Cholim, the Jewish Journal reports.
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