Testimony: Slaying victim left troubled firm, sought severance - 2011-02-24

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F0.png Testimony: Slaying victim left troubled firm, sought severance February 24, 2011, Monte Whaley, Denver Post

Murder victim Thomas Ciancio was happy and upbeat about working at Fowler Software until early 2009, when the business began to fail, witnesses said Wednesday.

Many of the company's financial woes could be linked to a decision by the company's founder, William Rex Fowler, to funnel as much as $250,000 of the company's funds to an outside group.

That organization was the Church of Scientology, according to testimony.


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