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Submitted by mike (United States), Dec 29, 2007 at 11:06

I'm curious about the conclusion this author takes here in this book. He is supposedly a bankruptcy judge in Florida. Thats quite different than being a judge in a criminal proceeding. There are still other witnesses to call here, from what I read. There are many more survivors to interview, but then again, that tends to lead away from the conclusion one wants to arrive at. Call the witnesses and all relevant evidence before coming to a summary judgement.

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