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Reyn Bayard
Denver

Rules of the Trade
Regarding Tony Perez-Giese's article "The Word Is Out," in the December 5, 1996, issue:

Who could blame Oklahoma City bombing trial court reporter Paul Zuckerman for marketing his most valuable trade? I might add that the hours he will have to put in to deliver that transcript reach far beyond the hours sitting in court. I'm sure the rest of Mr. Zuckerman's life is on hold right now. He will live and breathe that case until it's over, and he deserves to be well-paid for it.

Carol Martin
via the Internet

Editor's Note: To read Perez-Giese's article--or any Westword stories published since July 1, 1996--check out our archives at www.westword.com/ archives/index.html

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