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  • The Tom & Dave Show

    How the Olympic bid scandal flunked Hollywood.
      Maybe the story needed a happy ending, just like those in the made-for-television movies Saving Jessica Lynch and The Elizabeth Smart Story. But two Hollywood docudramas about the Utah Olympic scandal got axed after network executives reviewed their storylines....
  • Patriot Games Part II

    How constitutionalists played an integral role in one of Utah’s largest spates of securities fraud.
      EDITOR’S NOTE: Lynn Packer, who freelances for City Weekly, is a trial consultant and has worked on several Utah cases, among them Caldera v. Microsoft and Jensen v. KTVX. Packer specialized in white-collar fraud stories, broke the Afco fraud story...
  • Mr. Big: Part II

    Identifying the ringleader of Utah’s largest-ever mortgage fraud.
      EDITOR’S NOTE: Lynn Packer, who freelances for City Weekly, is a trial consultant and has worked on several Utah cases, among them Caldera v. Microsoft, Lantec v. Novel, Jensen v. KTVX and State v. Weitzel. As a television reporter, Packer specialized...
  • Kicking the Dailies’ Butts

    City Weekly: 10 Years Later …
      It’s about information. Competitive news organizations are supposed to provide readers, viewers and listeners with comprehensive coverage of their community. Based on American journalism tradition, they’re also supposed to serve as watchdogs...
  • Olympic Poker: Part II

    Did Sen. Orrin hatch and his LDS mission friend Judge David Sam foil the government’s case in the Olympic Bid Scandal?
      You can just imagine how Mark Shurtleff felt as he was thrust into the ranks of the B Team—by the governor, no less. Wouldn’t you know, it’s your friends who hurt you most?“They have this attitude about this office because of...
  • Olympic Poker, Part I

    Why won’t the government fold its case against Welch and Johnson?
      It was like the last straw for City Councilwoman Nancy Saxton, she was so dang miffed. Some newspaper reporter had called her about the pending appointment of Salt Lake City’s Redevelopment Agency Director. What did the redevelopment board (City...

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Mr. Big: Part II Identifying the ringleader of Utah’s largest-ever mortgage fraud. October 10, 2002

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