Rogue bankers Tom J. Billman and Joseph Mollicone Jr. aren't household names. But in some law enforcement circles, they're more notorious than Charles H. Keating Jr.

True, Mr. Keating has become the symbol of the thrift debacle, and his trials for fraud and embezzlement have made headlines across the country. But like most bank and thrift executives charged with a crime, Mr. Keating was easy to find.

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