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Slate's Dispatches from the Martha Stewart Trial

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Slate's Dispatches from the Martha Stewart Trial

Slate's Dispatches from the Martha Stewart Trial

Slate's Dispatches from the Martha Stewart Trial

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Slate contributor Henry Blodget offers his own unique perspective on testimony in the Martha Stewart case. Blodget, a former securities analyst who was once charged with fraud by the Securities and Exchange Commission, says the government put together a strong case, but still may not win a conviction.

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