A local bank branch knowingly aided and abetted the Ponzi scheme that amounted to the largest financial crime in Marin County’s history, a new class-action lawsuit alleges. After real estate mogul Ken Casey died in 2020, it became clear that his companies had defrauded more than 1,200 investors, including some West Marin residents, of hundreds of millions . . .

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