Conrad Black Trial Judge Denies Mistrial, Won't Recall Radler
, E&P, Editor & Publisher
Former Chicago Sun-Times Publisher David Radler, who came under withering cross-examination earlier in the fraud trial of deposed newspaper mogul Conrad Black, will not have to re-take the stand, a U.S. District judge ruled Wednesday.
In a separate decision in the 12th week of the trial in Chicago, Judge Amy J. St. Eve also denied a motion for a mistrial from one of Black's co-defendants, former Hollinger International Inc. General Counsel Mark Kipnis. Lawyers for Kipnis argued that some $150,000 in bonuses that Kipnis received were for his legal work, and not because he was part of the alleged scheme among to Hollinger executives to loot the publishing company of about $60 …
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