I have to tweak you again, just when you were being so nice to me.
There is a story in the 'Local' section of former associates suing Jay Audia's estate, alleging that he diverted funds from mutually owned development companies to "buy a race car, pay for his gambling habit, and have his home remodeled."
The third paragraph. "Jay Audia died in July 2008 at the age of 48. His obituary did not list cause of death."
Oh, for grief's sake.
We all know by now. Who are you protecting? You're publishing an article alleging that he gambled, diverted funds for his racing, and had his home remodeled on the company dime, but you can't say the word 'suicide?'
I mean, how can you publish the defense by his brother of "...so he took some advances, and he expected to pay them back"...."In this case, he borrowed some money, and he just died before he could pay it back."
..."he just died..."...
Pretty much loses the context, doesn't it. "...he just died..."
"My brother, any time he borrowed a penny from anyone, he always paid it back."
Well, no. He didn't. He chose a different solution.
Where's the context?
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