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Meanwhile in an unrelated development, former Qwest legal affair VP Drake Tempest is being asked to show up in court and justify why SEC should fry his rear-end. “Tempest’s testimony appears relevant and material to the commission’s investigation,” Chief Judge Lewis T. Babcock said in his […]

Meanwhile in an unrelated development, former Qwest legal affair VP Drake Tempest is being asked to show up in court and justify why SEC should fry his rear-end. “Tempest’s testimony appears relevant and material to the commission’s investigation,” Chief Judge Lewis T. Babcock said in his order, handed down in U.S. District Court in Denver on Monday.

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