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Dec 12, 2009, 18:04 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Most intriguing notations? The ones surrounding Darl's termination, the planning around it. It was a very big deal indeed. We see a lot of emails about it, including to Kevin McBride, and then on October 16th a teleconference with SCO's General Counsel, Ryan Tibbitts, "regarding security of business records" and the next day a Fatell/Trustee teleconference "reporting on activities by D. McBride and company security; discussions regarding litigation." Company security, eh? Security of business records?

"Not our Darl, surely?

"And the next most interesting detail is that they read Groklaw. You'll find us on page 29 of Exhibit A, the entry for October 21 and 22. There was a hearing on October 23, so presumably there could be that connection. On the 22nd, it says that the reading included comments on a new article about the "SCO development". That could be about Darl being terminated on the 19th and/or the AutoZone settlement, I assume, although there was also the Cahn preliminary report, all on the 22nd."

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