There are no more indignities that can be heaped upon the onceproud name of Conrad Moffat Black. Already labelled a kleptocrat, a self-delusional fantasist, a windbag, charlatan and a bore, the former chairman, chief executive and architect of the crumbled Hollinger media empire has now been branded with the most devastating mark of all—convicted felon.By STEVE MAICH12 min
YOUR STORY on fan theories and the culture surrounding the July 21 launch of J.K. Rowling’s book Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was well-researched and thought-provoking (“But she can’t kill Harry!”, Media, July 9). While not every theory you presented is new (for example, the theory that Harry is a Horcrux has been around since Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince two years ago), I definitely appreciate the care writer Brian Bethune took to make this a readable and thoroughly enjoyable article from start to finish.
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