De Lorean vs. Almost Everybody

Was he entrapped, or just caught in the act of being himself?

Was he entrapped, or just caught in the act of being himself?

"This is the big guy, and they smell blood, blood." The lawyer's voice lowered ominously: "There is no stopping them now. It is like sharks in a feeding frenzy." Pacing before the jury of six men and six women, wiry, emotive Defense Attorney Howard Weitzman was a consummate showman. Stolid in contrast, Assistant U.S. Attorney James P. Walsh meticulously outlined the Government's case with the help of flow charts and excerpts from recorded conversations printed on large posters. The defendant followed each statement...

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