Thursday, March 25, 2010

Courant’s Capitol Watch Blog Reviews ‘Benoit Wikipedia Hacker’ Story

On the day of my event at Borders Book Shop in Stamford for CHRIS & NANCY (tonight, Thursday, 7-9 p.m.), the Hartford Courant’s Capitol Watch has become the first Connecticut media outlet to delve into my book’s coverage of the strange case of the “Benoit Wikipedia hacker” — the local college kid who posted online news of Nancy Benoit’s death 14 hours before the world knew that World Wrestling Entertainment star Chris Benoit had committed double murder/suicide in Fayette County, Georgia.

See Courant reporter Christopher Keating’s post, “Blogger Irvin Muchnick’s FOI Clash With The Stamford Police Regarding Death Of WWE’s Chris Benoit,”

I’ll be discussing all this further tonight at Borders.

And I invite Stamford Police Captains Richard Conklin and Tom Wuennemann — as well as the former mayor (and current gubernatorial candidate) Dan Malloy — to join me.

Irvin Muchnick

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