I didn’t know that Bryan Burrough and John Connolly‘s piece about the adventures of indicted wiretapper Anthony Pellicano in the forthcoming June issue of Vanity Fair was available online, but it is — on the mag’s website. It’s 10,615 words long. The intro reads, “It looks as if the wiretapping investigation consuming L.A. may bring down some of the town’s top names. From the details of Anthony Pellicano’s electronic ‘War Room’ to the P.I.’ most damaging cases, to the impact of his divorce and his delusions of Godfather grandeur, the authors have a road map to the biggest scandal in Hollywood history.”