St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Articles from April 30, 1994

250,000 Rwandans Flee into Tanzania Exodus Called Largest Ever Seen by U.N
More than 250,000 refugees fleeing ethnic carnage in Rwanda have surged into neighboring Tanzania within 24 hours, U.N. officials said Friday, calling it "the largest and fastest exodus" the United Nations has ever seen.Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali...
5-Hole Hot Streak Puts Kite in Lead
Tom Kite had a five-hole run of four birdies and an eagle en route to a 7-under-par 65 Friday and a 2-shot lead over Mike Heinen after the second round of the Houston Open.Kite was 1-under through 11 holes before he birdied No. 12, eagled the 13th and...
Animal Doctor
Dear Dr. Fox: My calico cat, 5 years old, has been using the same litter and box with no problem for three years - until four months ago. Now she will urinate in her box but not "evacuate" there.She's just had a physical, and there's nothing wrong with...
April Rain Is Almost 10 Inches 101-Year-Old Record May Be Washed Away
Yes, folks, it has been a soggier April than you can remember. One more good downpour and you'd have to be 101 years old to boast otherwise.As of Friday, total rainfall for April at Lambert Field was 9.65 inches. That's only 1.19 inches shy of the record...
`Aryan' Guilty of Killing Plastic Surgeon
A self-styled Nazi who killed a plastic surgeon he blamed for giving people Aryan features was convicted of murder Friday and held eligible for the death penalty."I never denied that I killed Dr. (Martin) Sullivan," Jonathan Haynes told the court. "I...
Baseball"s Cruelty Sidelines Luzinski
The Oakland Athletics were here last weekend and Greg Luzinski wasn't.Baseball can be cruel.A year ago, the former Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago White Sox slugger was hitting instructor for manager Tony La Russa's A's. For the man called "Bull,"...
Bradley `Digs In' at Westminster
A promising new job led former major-leaguer Phil Bradley back into baseball at the ground level - literally.A former University of Missouri quarterback and major-league center fielder, Bradley is in his first year of coaching at Westminster College,...
Briefcase
ST. LOUIS HEALTH CARE Hospitals To Merge, Pursue Ties With BJC</P><P>Memorial Community Hospital and Still Regional Medical Center of Jefferson City said Friday that they will merge and pursue affiliation with the BJC Health System...
Briefcase
NATION WASHINGTON Desert Storm Illness Is Real, Say Experts</P><P>A mysterious illness suffered by many Desert Storm veterans is real and serious, a panel of experts concluded Friday, but they said it is impossible to define the disorder...
Briefs
MISSOURI ST. LOUIS Earth Day Festival Starts This Morning</P><P>The Earth Day Festival begins this morning near the Steinberg Rink in Forest Park. The two-day event has about 100 booths offering information, environmental products,...
Briefs
ILLINOIS BELLEVILLE Man Faces 20 To 60 Years For Slaying</P><P>Sentencing is scheduled for June 8 for Michael Barton, 31, formerly of East St. Louis. He was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder of a woman on April 17, 1993. He...
Briefs
NATION WASHINGTON Desert Storm Illness Is Real, Say Experts</P><P>A mysterious illness suffered by many Desert Storm veterans is real and serious, a panel of experts concluded Friday, but they said it is impossible to define the disorder...
Bruins, Devils Advance with Game 7 Victories
Boston scored three times between the pads of Patrick Roy as the Bruins eliminated the Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens with a 5-3 seventh-game playoff victory Friday night."It was just justice that was made," Montreal coach Jacques Demers said....
Bulls Roll over Crippled Cavs; Knicks Top Nets
Scottie Pippen scored 31 points Friday night as the Chicago Bulls beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-96 in a National Basketball Association playoff opener.Game 2 of the best-of-five series will be Sunday at Chicago Stadium.The Cavaliers played without...
Bulls Rout Cavs; Knicks, Rockets Win Openers
There was no Michael Jordan flying around Chicago Stadium to bail out the Chicago Bulls. But there was, as usual, Scottie Pippen, and that's why the Bulls got off to a running start in a bid for a fourth consecutive National Basketball Association title.As...
California Stalking Killer Mountain Lion Mauling of Woman Jogger Alarms Officials
In the final moments of her life, Barbara Schoener was ambushed by a mountain lion that knocked her down a hillside and killed her.The housewife and marathon runner, 40, is believed to be the first person killed by a mountain lion in California in 85...
Cards' New Righthander Cimorelli Found Relief in Relief
"Nasty stuff, nasty."Cardinals pitcher Tom Urbani shook his head to emphasize the unpleasant nature of righthander Frank Cimorelli's offerings to batters. Urbani was with Cimorelli at Class A Springfield in 1991, then again with Class AAA Louisville...
Carnahan Taps Group for High-Tech Study
Gov. Mel Carnahan has appointed the 14 commissioners who will help get Missouri on the road to the "information superhighway."Carnahan named Friday all but one member of the Commission on Informational Technology. The commission is made up of representatives...
Catholic Church Picks Up the Pieces after Roof Fire Cleanup Begun; Rites Continue at New Sites
"Love Is Our Business," the lamppost banners for the Franciscan Fathers announce along Meramec Street, where workers removed pews and other furnishings Friday from the fire-damaged St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church."A lot of love has been expressed...
Causes of Continuous Hiccups Can Be Serious
Dear Dr. Donohue: My brother is worrying me. He hiccups for days on end. It's not funny. I am sure it must be exhausting, and he tries to suppress them. What is the best advice I can give him?Hiccups of such persistence need to be evaluated.Hiccups are...
Children Create Symbols of Peace Book Inspires International Students to Make, Send 1,000 Cranes
In slightly more time than it takes a crane to take flight, Roberto Wong, 11, folded a crane from a shiny piece of green origami paper Friday at Bellerive School in west St. Louis County.As he lifted the two-inch paper bird aloft, his classmates crowded...
City Hopes It Won't Drop the Ball on U.S. Grant
Mindful of recent "sure things" that went sour, St. Louis is warily optimistic as it enters a competition for the largest federal handout to cities in more than a decade.Next fall, six lucky cities will each get a $100 million grant, with few strings...
Complaints Halt Teen Sex Survey Parents' Ire Causes Board to Pull Questionnaire at De Soto High
Parent complaints have put a stop to a survey asking De Soto High School students about their sexual activities, and girls whether they have had abortions.Mark Wilson, a school board member, said Friday: "It was deemed inappropriate. The whole thing...
Converts Join Assault on War Weapons
FOR HENRY CISNEROS, the fight to ban 19 of the most deadly assault weapons isn't just a matter of policy or politics."This is for me a personal cause," said Cisneros, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development who was among several in President Bill...
Coroner Rules in Fumes Case Autopsies Fail to Find Toxins in Calif. Woman
The coroner's office said Friday that Gloria Ramirez died of kidney failure as a result of cervical cancer.Coroner's officials also said that the fumes that caused the collapse of six staff members of a hospital emergency room while they tried to save...
Crash on Poplar Street Bridge Kills Siue Student, Passenger
A student at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and a former student there were killed early Friday when their car struck a rented truck on the Poplar Street Bridge.The victims were David M. Krauel and Samuel M. Reyes, both 21.SIUE officials...
Daughter Needs Help with Heavy Baggage
Dear Ann Landers: I am 23, and my parents have been divorced for 20 years. When I was 9, I was injured in a car accident. One month after my recovery, my mother married her boyfriend. Three months after the accident case was settled, Mom left for her...
De-Fense: Fed Intervenes to Prop Up Dollar
Calm down.That was the Clinton administration's message to financial markets Friday as it ordered the New York Federal Reserve Bank to buy dollars to slow the U.S. currency's swoon against the yen.The Fed's dollar buying came as the dollar threatened...
Destructive Guilt: Mantle Felt He Let Father Down
This was a tough place to live until the mines played out in the late 1950s, and then it became tougher. Mining was the only industry. Nearly every little town screwed down tight in this blustery northeastern corner of the state was tapped into the Eagle-Picher...
Disaster Relief Cardenal Is Teaching Baserunning Basics
The Runnin' Redbirds of the '80s have become the Dead-end Birds in the '90s.The team's running philosophy in this decade was best exemplified by the beloved Rex "Hurricane" Hudler: Hit the ball and run until you scored or got thrown out.That was exciting...
Extra Periods Add Up to 7th Game for Canucks, Flames
While Vancouver star Trevor Linden's math was a little off, the result is still a seventh game."We accomplished the six periods we wanted to put together," said Linden, who scored the winning goal Thursday night in the Canucks' 3-2 win and their second...
Finding a Legal Limousine Can Be Stretch Unlicensed Operators Take Advantage of Crush of Business in Prom Season
Perfect prom night: dream date, fancy dinner, shiny limousine.Dream-breaker: an illegal limousine.The Missouri Division of Transportation and the St. Louis Police Department will try to put the brakes on uncertified limousine services this prom season.Limousines...
Forces Building toward Women's Soccer at Mu
Soccer fans in Missouri long have considered it odd that the state's largest university doesn't have a soccer program. That may be about to change."We're studying the addition or the additions of sports here," athletic director Joe Castiglione said....
Four Boats Get OK for Gambling Licenses Likely by End of May
Missouri's on-again, off-again riverboat gambling industry moved toward a Memorial Day opening as the Missouri Gaming Commission on Friday approved four boats for blackjack and poker.Boats in St. Louis, St. Charles, St. Joseph and the Kansas City suburb...
Giants' Prospect Got His Intensity Playing Football
San Francisco-prospect Calvin Murray prides himself not just on his baseball skills; he is one of the top base stealing talents in the minor leagues. More than anything, Murray loves to compete."Football helps me a lot there," Murray said.Murray, 22,...
Haoua and the Butterflies
LONG AGO, when the world had just begun, when all was amber and gold, there was a sweet-smelling garden, lush and beautiful and filled with glorious flowers of many colors and shapes. In this garden, which was known as Djenna, there lived a woman named...
Hints from Heloise
Dear Heloise: I use my computer's word processor for storing recipes.Since taking over the dinner cooking chores from my wife five years ago, I had accumulated about 30 cookbooks. Trying to remember which one had a particular recipe I wanted soon became...
House Oks Bill Targeting Teen Crime More Would Be Tried as Adults, and Gang Members Would Face More Charges
More teen-agers would be tried as adults and more charges could be filed against gang members under a broad anti-crime bill approved Friday in the Illinois House.The Safe Neighborhoods Act passed 102-8 and now moves to the Senate.The wide-ranging measure...
Illinois Schools Haven't Hit the Jackpot
With legalized gambling very much in the news, the 20th birthday of the Illinois lottery is a good time to look at how well the game has lived up to its promise. As detailed by Tim Novak, Illinois state correspondent of the Post-Dispatch, lottery income...
In the Spotlight
Joe BiasucciPosition: Second basemanClass: AA ArkansasThrows: Right Bats: RightAge: 24Highlights: On Tuesday night, Biasucci blasted his sixth home run of the season to help give the Travelers a 7-1 victory over the visiting Tulsa Drillers. He moved...
Israel, PLO Sign Economic Pact in Prelude to Autonomy
Israel and the PLO signed a landmark agreement Friday that gives Palestinians broad control over their own economic affairs and creates the basis of a common market between Israel and the self-governing areas of Gaza and the West Bank town of Jericho.Officials...
It's Hard to Live Happily Ever after in the Real World
THE GIRLS stand in a circle on the blacktop playground of a city schoolyard, swinging tennis racquets. The air is so warm, so thick and soft it is narcotic and makes it hard to concentrate. The girls wait for the ball to bounce their way, swing and miss....
It's Time for Illinois, Everybody, to Let the Indian Mascots Go
It's no different than if I painted my face white, put on a paisley tie and polyester pants, and passed myself off as a Caucasian yuppie.Yet some universities - institutions reputedly of academic excellence and enlightenment - hold fast to their Indian...
Killer of Best Friend Gets Life without Parole
Choking back tears, the family of murder victim Vinay Singh confronted Singh's killer Friday in a courtroom in Clayton."No matter how hard I cry, Vinay will never hear or come to me," said Singh's mother, Raj. "Chris Santillan took our son's life and...
Late Boom Spells Doom for Cards Finley's Homer, Bagwell's Double Lift Astros to Win
Turnaround is fair play, not especially pleasant play.After stealing two games from Houston in late innings at Busch Stadium last weekend, the Cardinals were stung by the late-inning bug Friday, losing 4-3 to the Astros in 10 innings at the Astrodome.Rene...
Late Magic Boosts Pacers to Victory; Heat Stuns Hawks
If you believe in magic, try the Indiana Pacers' last possession as evidence it exists.If you believe in the Orlando Magic, you're having a hard time believing they didn't win Thursday night in their first playoff game in five years in the National Basketball...
Let a Hundred Candidates File
When candidate registration in the secretary of state's office closed at 5 p.m. March 29, one trend was obvious: More people are willing to run for public office. Despite tighter rules on ethics and more requirements for campaign-finance reporting, as...
Many Basements Throw in Towel amid Heavy Rain
This week's storms claimed several hundred victims in the St. Louis region in yet another battle of the age-old war between rainwater and basements."Basically, the water sees your basement as this wonderful hole in the ground, just waiting to be another...
Medicaid Eligibility Depends on Changes in the Rules
Q: How poor do you have to be for your children to qualify for Medicaid? I applied some time ago but was turned down. Do you have to be getting Aid for Families With Dependent Children to qualify for Medicaid?A: Eligibility for Medicaid varies depending...
Morning Briefing Eye Openers
The Benchwarmer, former Globe-Democrat sports editor BOB BURNES, is a master storyteller. He has a delightful one from years ago when the Chicago Blackhawks played five games at The Arena against National Hockey League opponents.The teams usually ate...
Muscle from Past Has as Much Hype as Horsepower
One thing about these motor sports promoters: They're never understated.Len Greco of Chesterfield recently put out a press release about his annual Muscle From The Past show that will take place today and Sunday at Gateway International Raceway.He wrote...
Myrl Taylor: `Big, Loud' Gloves Hall of Famer
For 31 amateur boxing teams, last weekend in Milwaukee was simply another Golden Gloves national tournament.For the 32nd team, the Ozark Boxing Association of St. Louis, it was a time for past glory to meet hoped-for future glory.Myrl Taylor, former...
Nature Pours It on in April Downpour Could Drown the Record Set in 1893
Yes, April has been soggier than you can remember. One more good drenching and you'll have to be 101 years old to boast otherwise.As of Friday, total rainfall for April at Lambert Field was 9.69 inches. That's only 1.15 inches shy of the record set in...
Nixon's Final Book Slams Clinton Criticism Centers on Handling of Somalia, Bosnia
HARDLY HAS Richard M. Nixon been laid to rest than his last thoughts are being given new life. His final book, to be released Monday, accuses President Bill Clinton of foreign policy failures and challenges the nation to find a 21st century "mission...
Nude, Poetic Cleaner Says His Work Is Artistic
RICHARD GALVIN, proprietor of a nude poet cleaning service here, founded his business because he wanted to show people that nudity is not sexual - it's poetry.I know that's a lot to absorb at once, so I'll go over it again.Galvin, 24, takes off his clothes...
Partnership Seeks to Mold Mores `You Can Talk and Talk . . , but It Takes Action to Really Put It into Place,' Says Participant
More than 80 representatives of various St. Louis area religions met this week to seek common ground and a single voice for social, racial and economic justice.If that voice is ever heard, it is likely to sound familiar to Bible readers. It will start...
People
Back east, 100,000 children ages 8 to 16 voted earlier this year for their favorite role model. Without a trace of irony, they selected pop nonesuch MICHAEL JACKSON.He made a rare public appearance this week to pick up his Children's Choice award. Hundreds...
People & Events
Church of the Living God Temple #1, 1034 South Kingshighway Boulevard, St. Louis, is holding the Women's Work Annual Day on Sunday with evangelists as guest speakers. Linda Freeman will speak at the 8 a.m. service, Gloria Hickman from Chicago at the...
Pope John Paul Falls Climbing from Bathtub, Fractures Thigh
Pope John Paul II fell and fractured his thigh as he climbed from his bathtub in the Vatican on Thursday night.In a two-hour operation Friday in Gemelli Hospital in Rome, surgeons inserted a metal replacement for part of the right thigh bone.Afterward,...
Powers Skated through Role of Tonya Harding
ALEXANDRA POWERS always wanted to be Grace Kelly, but, she says, "It turns out I really am white trash."Not in real life, she means, but certainly on the screen, where "as soon as they put me into trashy clothes and makeup, I just get right into it....
President Meets with Top Indians Health, Pollution Are Issues at First Summit since 1822
In a historic meeting, President Bill Clinton welcomed the nation's Indian leaders to the White House Friday for a meeting on Indian sovereignty, health care and environmental problems.Clinton, promising to respect the Indians' self-governing status,...
Press Assails Ruling in Texas Court
The notion that journalists have a privilege against giving evidence in criminal trials is "clearly contrary to well-settled law," a state appeals court has ruled.Media lawyers said the 5-4 ruling by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals this week could...
Reject Gacy Appeals, Officials Tell Court
State and local prosecutors have complained that appeals filed by mass murderer John Wayne Gacy are only a belated and invalid attempt to postpone his execution next month.Attorney General Roland W. Burris and Cook County State's Attorney Jack O'Malley...
Reporter: Tonya Movie Pales beside Real Thing
ALL RIGHT, I confess. I was one of the hundreds who chased Tonya, Jeff, Shawn, Shane, Derrick and the rest of the sad sack crew in that low-rent soap opera, detective yarn and numbskull conspiracy.I was a member of that slathering pack, and I'm glad....
Return by Seles? Players, Officials Not Sure She Will
Is the brilliant tennis career of Monica Seles over, destroyed by one moment of insanity and 12 months of mental anguish in a search for the meaning to it all?A year after she was stabbed in the back by an obsessed fan of Steffi Graf, the question of...
Reuters Beats Padres, Goes to 10-0 as Pro
Kirk Rueter became the first major-league pitcher since Fernando Valenzuela in 1981 to start his career with a 10-0 record, leading the Montreal Expos past the San Diego Padres 3-1 Friday night.Rueter, 23, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter in...
Rueter Beats Padres, Goes to 10-0 as Pro
Kirk Rueter became the first major-league pitcher since Fernando Valenzuela in 1981 to start his career with a 10-0 record, leading the Montreal Expos past the San Diego Padres 3-1 Friday night.Rueter, 23, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter in...
S. Africa Breaks New Ground in Dozens of Ways
WHAT, NO exit polls? No bellwether districts? No projections of the outcome minutes after the polls close?South Africa's multiracial election is something different. It's a question of figuring out that tribal runners are the best guides for helicopters...
S. Africa Winds Up Elections Ballots Finally Reach Mountain, Farm Areas
Helicopters carried ballots to remote mountain villages and trucks ferried rural voters to polling stations Friday on an improvised extra day of elections that are almost certain to make Nelson Mandela the country's first black president.Some apparent...
Scientists Find Disabled Gene That Leads to Kidney Cancer
A disabled gene that seems to let cells grow uncontrollably is responsible for the most common form of kidney cancer, scientists said.The identification of the gene was reported Friday. It may lead to earlier detection of kidney cancer and possibly better...
Simple Sophistication for Bride's Mom
Dear Eunice Farmer: I'm a very young mother of the bride, and I want to wear a sophisticated dress to my daughter's wedding. It will be a garden wedding, although we have decided to wear tea-length gowns. Please help with a pattern suggestion.I personally...
Smoke Detectors More Sensitive
Q: I want to replace my old smoke detectors with new, more sensitive ones, especially in my children's bedrooms. What is the best type to buy? Also, are the 110-volt super-sensitive models expensive to operate? - Y.H.A: Although most smoke detectors...
Social Security Blasted for Giving Workers Bonuses
THE SOCIAL SECURITY Administration spent $32 million on employee bonuses last year as it was pressing Congress for millions more to deal with serious problems in its disability programs.The largest single award - $9,256 - went to an executive who had...
Social Security Draws Criticism for Giving Workers Fat Bonuses
THE SOCIAL SECURITY Administration spent $32 million on employee bonuses last year as it was pressing Congress for millions more to deal with serious problems in its disability programs.The largest single award - $9,256 - went to an executive who had...
Sometimes, Legal Advice Makes Lots of Sense
SHE WAS a successful executive, in a high-powered job that paid her $150,000 a year. But she left it all behind when she moved to Florida and married the man she loved.A bad decision. Six months later, he wanted out of the marriage. She returned to New...
Spoon Should Have Set Table Differently
Bernie Bits:I'm a Charlie Spoonhour fan, but he's beginning to act like a basketball coach. Which, I guess, is only natural because he is one.Spoon is protesting - with a smile, of course - that media and fans made too much fuss over his delay in signing...
Sports Shorts
Iowa State Pursues Wisconsin's Jackson</P><P>University of Wisconsin basketball coach Stu Jackson said Friday he was considering an offer to coach at Iowa State. Jackson declined to elaborate except to say: "I think it warrants consideration."</P><P>The...
Sports Shorts
Iowa State Pursues Wisconsin's Jackson</P><P>University of Wisconsin basketball coach Stu Jackson said Friday he was considering an offer to coach at Iowa State. Jackson declined to elaborate except to say: "I think it warrants consideration."</P><P>The...
Stocks Rise despite Higher Interest Rates
U.S. stocks rose, bucking a decline in the bond market, as a barrage of economic reports convinced investors that higher rates have yet to dampen economic growth and corporate earnings.Stocks also got a boost as the Federal Reserve Bank stepped in to...
Super Handyman
Dear Al: I think you will like my idea for adding a special touch to old furniture and other spots around the house.I bought old serving spoons at a local antique auction and used them for handles on my drawers and cabinets. You just bend them to the...
Survey Says ... Let's Bash All the Lawyers
SCOTT HUNTER gave up an 18-year law practice to help other law firms overcome problems with management and morale. There's no shortage of potential clients, he says; most lawyers have never felt worse or so put upon.Lawyer-bashing dates back to the Bible,...
Teamster Strike Becomes New Fight
The 23-day Teamster strike against national trucking firms is temporarily over and some of the 70,000 striking drivers and dock hands started back to work late Friday.But the battle has now become a three-way struggle among the Teamster national leadership...
The New Forest Service
In subtle ways, the U.S. Forest Service is changing for the better. The New York Times reported recently that on April 4, when the federal government offered early retirement for senior civil servants, 2,300 employees agreed in four days to leave the...
These Legends Baseball Would Prefer to Forget
On Sunday, Major League Baseball will celebrate the benchmark by which it reckons its 125th birthday. That's when the Cincinnati Red Stockings, America's first acknowledged professional baseball team, officially were born.The team was bankrolled by a...
They Look a Lot Better When We're in Trouble
LAWYER-BASHING is a venerable tradition, but surely this is its Golden Age.Collections of lawyer jokes are available in books, on disks and from on-line computer services. Legal thrillers take up residence on best-seller lists, and lawyers' misdeeds...
Uncorking a Good Joke in a Good Wine Bottle
HAVING LABORED in the public relations vineyard for a decade, I have some patience with flacks. I understand the problems they face; most important, I know how frustrating it is to come up with a great idea - and have either the client call it silly...
U.S. Baby Death Rate Falls 29% but Black-White Gap Swelled in 11 Years
Black infants died at a rate more than twice that of white babies between 1980 and 1991, while the overall infant death rate fell by almost 30 percent, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.And by the turn of the century,...
U.S. Sales Help Ford Profit Jump
Ford Motor Co., powered by strong sales in the United States and a dramatic turnaround in Europe, on Friday reported a better-than-expected 58 percent rise in net profit to $904 million in the first quarter.The profit, equal to $1.66 a share, compared...
U.S. to Investigate Head of Cancer Study
FEDERAL INVESTIGATORS have ordered a formal inquiry into possible misconduct by Bernard Fisher of the University of Pittsburgh, the former coordinator of key international breast cancer studies, and his chief statistician, Carol Redmond.In addition,...
Wildness of Williams Works in Cubs' Favor
Mitch Williams' pitching is finally pleasing the Chicago Cubs.The Wild Thing, who recorded 52 saves for the Cubs in 1989-90 but walked more than he struck out, was on the mound for the Houston Astros in the 11th inning Thursday. Williams put the go-ahead...
Wisconsin to Allow Labeling of Diary Products without Bst
Wisconsin has become the third state this month to enact a law related to labeling dairy products and Monsanto Co.'s new drug that raises cows' milk production."This labeling bill . . .will give consumers peace of mind without impeding the growth of...
Wrong Call on Securities Fraud
For years, nearly every federal court that has dealt with the matter has routinely allowed defrauded investors to sue not only the perpetrators, but anyone who aided and abetted them in securities fraud. Until recently, virtually everyone believed it...