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Groklaw Refutes LinuxWorld Story About AIX Sources
The Courts
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IBM
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Posted by timothy on Sun Oct 24, '04 06:44 AM
from the truth-will-out dept.
rimberg writes "Maureen O'Gara printed a story about what allegedly was said in the last court hearing between IBM and SCO. Groklaw had eyewitnesses at the hearing. None of them reports seeing Ms. O'Gara there. Furthermore, none of them heard any of what she 'reports' about IBM supposedly claiming not to be able to find code. Let me repeat that. IBM never said anything like that, according to groklaw eyewitnesses."

 

 
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