For those who desire to go beyond the bare details into the full story of the face-down in federal court with Charles Hurwitz, here are some sources:
KMUD radio in Humboldt carried updates from court most days (interviews with myself, Remedy, Ken Miller) on its 6 pm news (starting on 4/20; no story on 4/22). At end of trial, news director Cynthia Elkins did an excellent story (4/28) with interviews with jurors and plaintiffs. It is all available at http://kmud.org/site001/program-schedule/302.html
the most comprehensive article was written for the Northcoast Journal: cover story 4/30/09.
Headwaters lawsuit settled for $4 million
Santa Rosa Press Democrat – Santa Rosa,CA,USA
Settlement reached in Maxxam case
Times-Standard – Eureka,CA,USA
Maxxam CEO at the time, Charles Hurwitz, was in the courtroom and was expected … Hurwitz and Maxxam were complicit in that alleged fraud, the plaintiffs …
Suit over Headwaters fraud settled – $4 million
San Francisco Chronicle – San Francisco,CA,USA
Hurwitz and his investment company, Maxxam Inc., bought control of Pacific Lumber in 1986 and substantially increased logging in Northern California to help …
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