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Lord Black of Crossharbour

by JP Bill / March 13, 2007 10:02 PM PDT

The basics of what Conrad Black calls 'the putsch' against him are well known. Along with three other executives, he will be appearing in a Chicago court this week to answer allegations that they took more than $80-million (U.S.) from Hollinger International. All have pleaded not guilty. And Lord Black -- who faces charges including fraud and money laundering -- does have some sound defences. So what kind of fight can we expect?

Lord Black of Crossharbour speak>

Expunge this oleaginous acervation of pusillanimous sebaceous putridity from the proximity of our eschatological mentations.


Buzz off.
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