One of the more engrossing and amusing moments in the Martha Stewart trial-a spectacle that has produced precious little comic relief thusfar-occurred over a simple dash. The dash in question appeared on the same sheet of paper listing Ms. Stewart’s bountiful stock portfolio as the infamous notation “@60,” which had been penned beside the entry Read More
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