Saturday, January 12, 2008

Tom Mulvihill on the front page of the NY Times

Interesting article here about the Venezuelan case that's been getting lots of national and international press.
From the intro to the article:
One day last August, an airport policewoman in Buenos Aires noticed something peculiar as she was monitoring a baggage scanner: the appearance of six perfect, dense rectangles inside a suitcase.
She asked the passenger, Guido Alejandro Antonini Wilson, one of eight people aboard a private plane chartered by
Argentina’s national oil company that flew from Caracas, to open the case. “He became frozen and did not say a word,” the policewoman later said in a radio interview.
When he did open it, nearly $800,000 in cash spilled out.
Mr. Antonini, a businessman with Venezuelan and American citizenship, is now at the center of a spy mystery and diplomatic imbroglio involving Argentina, Venezuela and the United States. American officials portray the episode as a rare glimpse into President
Hugo Chávez’s use of oil wealth to spread his influence, saying the cash was destined for the campaign of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Argentina’s new president.
Venezuela and Argentina describe it as an amateurish American attempt to smear their governments. Mrs. Kirchner has called the case a “garbage operation” by Americans, while Venezuela’s official news agency claimed this week that it was a plot by the
Central Intelligence Agency.
And for those of you who read Spanish, here's' an article in which I am asked about Mulvihill.

P.S. The Sun-Sentinel ran a story this morning about our blog here. Surely, I can post it, right?


Rumpole said...


will be up and running shortly.

Thank you.

HR, esq.

Anonymous said...

Is it a violation of the Bar rules to say that a judge has her thumb on the scales of justice?

McGillis4Clerk said...

The McGillis4Clerk Blog have you seen it?