SCO & NSA: The Great Digital Whack-A-Mole Game

It seems that McBride invested $286,000 with businessman Mark Robbins, who had promised a $5 million return which McBride had hoped to use to cover legal expenses in the SCO vs. IBM case. Unfortunately for McBride, Robbins skipped town to avoid being served a bench warrant in an unrelated civil case and was nowhere to be found. In an attempt to collect the debt, McBride established a website, Skyline Cowboy, which the Tribune described as “a sort of virtual bounty-hunting operation aimed at flushing out Robbins.”

That led to a breakfast meeting at a Salt Lake City cafe with DA Shurtleff in May of 2009, which resembled a scene from a Coen brothers??? movie.