After 15 weeks of testimony, the Jury has reported back to the judge that they are deadlocked. The jury can't come to a concensus decision. The judge, along with the two legal teams, will now need to decide how to proceed.Read Full Story
At the centre of the prosecution case are so-called "non-compete payments", which were demanded by Conrad Black when he sold community newspapers to new owners during his time as Hollinger's chief executive officer. The money that accompanied these promises not to set up rival publications was allegedly kept by the Conrad Black, rather than passed on to the company shareholders.Read Full Story
What'll the final verdict be in the racketeering trial of former media mogul Conrad Black? Results will be posted here.