MF Global (OTC: MFGLQ), the futures broker that was run by former Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) Chairman Jon Corzine, folded in spectacular fashion and left a crater in its wake. In addition to destroying the eighth largest futures broker in the country and putting thousands of jobs at risk, the bankruptcy also revealed a gaping, $1.2 billion hole in the customer segregated accounts at the brokerage. That's cash that belongs to tens of thousands of farmers, fund managers, and independent traders all over the country.

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