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Re: Odd experiences in Bookbinding



Did the woman who was killed appear in court and did she win her case?
G

John Freund wrote:
>
> A few years back I was hired by a law firm representing a car manufacturer
> who was being sued by a woman killed in a car crash.
> As a binder and restorer, they figured I would be able to examine and
> document the contents of the woman's leather purse which was burned and
> brittle.
> I showed up with my tools and there around the table were about 10 lawyers
> and a video camera. They taped the whole process as I worked down through
> the purse layer by layer and slipped the contents into mylar sleeves. They
> never told me what they were looking for, but seemed satisfied when I was
> done.
> They gave me a hard time at work for a while, introducing me as the local
> forensic bookbinder.
>
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> John Freund
>         University of Florida
>         Gainesville
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