I tried reading David Halbfinger‘s 3.1 story in the N.Y. Times about the second-tier wtinesses scheduled to testify at Anthony Pellicano‘s racketeering/wiretap trial, which begins next week, and I couldn’t even scan it without getting bored. This story is so dead you could wrap fish in it.
As Halbfinger notes, “The investigation captured Hollywood’s imagination when Mr. Pellicano’s office was raided in 2002 and his dossier on industry heavyweights was seized. But the case has fallen well short of earlier expectations.”