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,” http://blogs.courant.com/capitol_watch/2010/03/blogger-irvin-muchnicks-foi-cl.html.

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

Blogger Irvin Muchnick’s FOI Clash With The Stamford Police Regarding Death Of WWE’s Chris Benoit

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