Like so much of the Chris Benoit double murder/suicide investigation, second-by-second analysis of the Stamford police interrogation of Benoit Wikipedia hacker Matthew Greenberg is tantalizing. It supports the idea that the authorities in two states were indifferent to the 30-hour gap between Chris Benoit’s final text messages and the discovery of the bodies. They should not have been so indifferent.
Cross-posted from freelancerights.blogspot.com Monday, November 17th, 2008 Here’s another nugget for connoisseurs of under-the-radar news: According to the Supreme Court website, the justices placed on the […]
Little noticed in the controversy over the unauthorized edit by Matthew Greenberg of Chris Benoit’s entry at Wikipedia — stating, 14 hours before Chris, Nancy, and Daniel’s bodies were found, that Nancy was dead — was a second Wiki edit.
Below are the texts of a November 17 email to Captain Richard Conklin, supervisor of the Stamford Police Department Bureau of Criminal Investigations, and a November 17 fax to Detective Chester Perkowski of the Darien Police Department.
In February — remember the good old days? — the House Energy, Commerce and Consumer Protection subcommittee, chaired by Congressman Bobby Rush, held a hearing on steroids in sports. The heads of every invited major sports or sports-entertainment organization testified, with the exception of World Wrestling Entertainment’s Vince McMahon, who said his lawyer was busy.