Dollars and Jens
Friday, April 02, 2004
Judge Declares Mistrial in Tyco Case
A judge declared a mistrial Friday in the trial of two former Tyco International executives accused of looting the company of $600 million, citing intense outside pressure placed on one of the jurors.

"It is certainly a shame that this has to be done at this time," state Supreme Court Justice Michael Obus told jurors after announcing his decision.

I still have some Tyco stock.

Incidentally, I don't think Kozlowski should be found guilty if he didn't break the law. I don't know how radical a position that is these days, but it's heartfelt. (Mind, he should be found guilty if he did.)

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