You can typically say that something is amiss when you begin to spot inconsistencies, denial and sudden changes in stories. And that, according to Groklaw, is what we are beginning to find in the latest mysterious investment in SCO.
PJ has the details:
Now this is interesting enough to highlight. It’s about the private equity firm looking to loan SCO money so they can sue Linux users again full speed ahead, Stephen Norris & Co Capital Partners, or SNCP. Timothy Prickett Morgan on ItJungle wrote a glowing piece about their connection to military contractors and Middle Eastern money and retired general Wesley Clark, and then something peculiar happened…
We summarised some of the most recent observations about this here. By all means remember the BayStar story (Microsoft asking BayStar to invest in SCO) and consider a possible new connection. If they did this before, might they be doing it again to fuel unnecessary legal battles? █