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News Burst: Rolling Stones dragged into DoJ trial

Microsoft attorney Steven Hoelley tried to get McGeady to admit he was comparing Microsoft to the devil when he used the reference to the Rolling Stone song "Sympathy for the Devil" in a memo. McGeady countered, saying it was a literary reference, quoting some of the song, and saying his colorful language was a product of his "misspent liberal education.
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Microsoft attorney Steven Hoelley tried to get McGeady to admit he was comparing Microsoft to the devil when he used the reference to the Rolling Stone song "Sympathy for the Devil" in a memo. McGeady countered, saying it was a literary reference, quoting some of the song, and saying his colorful language was a product of his "misspent liberal education."

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