Snyder, Gabriel
July 2006
Daily Variety;7/21/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 13, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the continuing U.S. federal investigation into Anthony Pellicano's alleged wiretapping. The case was once hyped as Hollywood's version of Watergate. Pellicano and seven other co-defendants are scheduled to go on trial in October 2006. Reporters assigned to the Pellicano trail have scrutinized the case in the past six months only to find so little. No major Hollywood players is included in the 14 people who have either been indicted or pleaded guilty.


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