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Day 3 of the Trial, Through the Eyes of Groklaw and the SL Tribune

Mar 12, 2010, 11:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"Here's what the Salt Lake Tribune reports happened today at the SCO v. Novell trial, all of which it records as if it were all so. Let's see if it is, by comparing what is reported about the testimony with what we already know. Part of what Groklaw does is insist on checking facts. So, let's do that. And then I'll share with you what our reporter there today has to say.

"I'll comment throughout, but feel free to add any links to further evidence in your comments. Starting with the opening paragraphs, today at the trial in Salt Lake City, the article tells us that there was testimony from Duff Thompson and Ed Chatlos:

"The top two negotiators for Novell Inc. in its 1995 deal to sell the Unix computer operating system testified Wednesday their former employer believed it sold the copyrights to that software along with the entire Unix business."

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