What happened in Vegas did not stay in Vegas. Improbably, it went to New Britain. This week, reporters in Connecticut and Nevada have been unsnarling the threads of a gnarly plot.
Can you explain it in a nutshell?
In November, around the time the son-in-law of gaming mogul Sheldon Adelson was finalizing a deal to buy a Las Vegas newspaper (according to that paper), the newspaper was investigating several judges, including one hearing a messy case against the Adelson-led Sands Corp.
The Vegas newspaper didn't run the story, but one focusing on the role of business courts – including passages critical of the judge in the Sands case...