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Exhibits and Transcripts from Comes v. Microsoft
Thursday, February 22 2007 @ 10:14 AM EST

The Register is crying about the loss to historians of the exhibits and transcripts from Comes v. Microsoft lawsuit. However, Groklaw will not let these Microsoft documents disappear. We have all of the materials, thanks to Groklaw members who had the foresight to save it all as it appeared, just in case.

Here are some of the exhibits and the court trial transcripts. You'll find the Bill Gates video deposition played to the jury here.

Eventually we'll make a permanent page. It's not finished yet, as we will be adding more descriptions on all the exhibits and notations on who was on the witness stand in each transcript, more exhibits will be added when time permits. You can help by leaving a comment on what you found of interest in a particular exhibit or transcript.

These documents are all public domain materials by order of the judge in the case.

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