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Globe reporters tweet live from Nortel trial

Former Nortel Networks chief executive Frank Dunn leaves court in Toronto on Monday January 16, 2012. Court is hearing that three former Nortel executives accused of defrauding millions from the now insolvent tech firm did so by knowingly participating in a "cookie-jar accounting" scheme

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Today, Nortel Networks Corp. former chief executive officer Frank Dunn, former chief financial officer Douglas Beatty and former controller Michael Gollogly were acquitted in their long-running fraud trial.

Globe and Mail reporters Janet McFarland and Richard Blackwell were at the trial and tweeted as the verdict was handed down.

View a mobile-friendly version of the tweets here.

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