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ARCHIVE: 'Phage List' - Archives (1988 - 1989)
DOCUMENT: phage #368 [Immunity] (1 message, 544 bytes)
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From: Gene Spafford <spaf>
To: phage
Date: Tue 22:21:44 07/02/1989 EST
Subject: Immunity
References: [Thread Prev: 367] [Thread Next: 369] [Message Prev: 367] [Message Next: 369]

On page A2 of the 8 Feb. edition of the "Chronicle of Higher Education"
there is a story that claims tha Robert T. Morris has been granted
limited immunity by the Feds in return for cooperation in the
investigation of the Worm.

Just three days ago I was talking with someone from Syracuse who was
tracking the progress of the grand jury there and he had not heard
of anything like this.

Anybody know more information?  Any idea what kind of cooperation
the prosecutor could possibly want that would lead him to offer
limited immunity?  Sounds suspicious....maybe RTM wasn't acting alone?

--spaf

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