Twelve (Actually One) Angry Twitterers ICEBREAKER Russell Wright and his construction company, Stoam Holdings, recently lost a $12 million dollar lawsuit brought by investors. If Wright and his lawyer get their way, however, one juror's Twitter posts before, during, and after the proceedings may be cause for a mistrial. Johnathan Powell, a Wal-Mart photo department manager who served on the jury, posted various inane details of his experience to Twitter throughout the day via SMS from his cell phone. While most of the updates were harmless, the appeal filed by Drew Ledbetter, Wright's lawyer, hinges on Twitter post timestamps and whether some of Powell's posts betray bias before the jury finished deliberating. From Ars Technica "'So, Johnathan, what did you do today?' Oh, nothing really. I just gave away TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS of somebody else's money!"
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