STENOGRAPHER TO TAKE THE NOTES AND RUN

For 23 years, Denver court reporter Paul Zuckerman has labored in obscurity. But starting this week, he'll be taking notes on the national stage. Judge Richard Matsch has picked Zuckerman to be the sole stenographer on the Oklahoma City bombing trial, which begins jury selection this week and could generate 6,000 pages of transcript each month for upwards of five months. Zuckerman plans to cash in on the arrangement by selling copies of the transcript to the press--and anyone else who's interested--for $1 a page, a fee set by the federal courts. To get more exposure, he has also inked a...

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