Thursday, January 04, 2007

A Death in Denver - Couric & Co.

This observer was sort of struck by this and the possibility that the sports world has perhaps become too involved in gambling. Hunter S. Thompson, in his last column (and my first, though I've read other books by him) warned against ever betting on basketball, he who, after typing "Fourth Amendment" ("The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures..." on his typewriter was found suspiciously, in my view, dead. Perhaps Colorado is not the better choice for the Democrats Convention until its investigated, if its a problem as Mr. Thompson referred.

Posted by georgejmyers at 10:02 AM : Jan 03, 2007

Source: A Death in Denver - Couric & Co.

Ed. - "Smoking Gun" copy of the police report "On the typewriter in front of Thompson was a page bearing letterhead reading "Fourth Amendment Foundation". Upon this page, centered near the top was typed "Feb 22'05", and the page contained only one word, "counselor".

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