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Old 09-27-2009, 07:58 PM
Location: Utopia
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This is just incredible that a Jury Foreman would be so totally stupid as to admit he had previous dealings with crooked Hart Galleries--and talk to a Private Investigator about it, too. Who is this Robert Ryan? And has there been any update on this in the media lately? This is just pathetic.
I love the press clippings about the Hart's not using computers for their books. Are they kidding? They had computers all over that building. Don't you just love these lawyers and their lies????
Wow, I am blown away by this whole thing:

Houston antique dealers in jail for theft get new trial - 7/09/09 - Houston News - abc13.com

Anyway, has there been anything lately on this retrial in the news lately there?
I knew the Harts, so this is really interesting to me.
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