Monthly Archives: April 2012

Where’d it go?

How far mighty RIM has fallen. Can you remember what things looked like for Research In Motion 3 years ago? Well, basically, it was the proverbial 800 lb. gorilla in the room. It was riding high and could (supposedly) feel … Continue reading

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A Wrenching Decision

The Tori Stafford murder trial has turned a crucial corner; we now know the landscape of the issues. The pathologist has provided the gruesome details of horrific injuries sustained by Tori; ones that even reading about, cause me to cringe. … Continue reading

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Murder trials as “Showtime”

A couple of notorious recent murder trials have me thinking that prosecutors and their investigators have gotten a taste of the spotlight created by intense media coverage and have gotten to like it just a little too¬†much. (First) case in … Continue reading

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