Done for the day -- weary reporters are happy

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I can personally say that this week's testimony has taken its toll on the reporting crew covering this trial.
We're looking haggard today, the hair's a little in disarray, we're splitting thermos' of coffee. Many of us are wearing jeans.
The testimony this week has been like nothing we've heard since the trial began in early March.
That means we've missed many dinners with our families this week as we put together stories for the evening news or the next day's paper (or in my case, paper, blog and online updates).

Here's to more good stuff next week.

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THANK YOU, THANK YOU,THANK YOU!!! I know I'm having a lot of fun. It's like I get to go to court in my pajamas, eat and I get to be the one in charge of all the breaks. I don't know about everyone else out there, but I love this new way of recieving information and participating. You Are Very Much Appreciated!! Give yourself a big hug from Bessie.

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Natasha Korecki

Natasha Korecki is the Federal Courts Reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, covering federal news, corruption investigations and trials.

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