A Manhattan court stenographer’s job dissatisfaction is part of the official record after he repeatedly typed, “I hate my job, I hate my job” into the transcripts of 30 trials.
Missing: Any record of what judges, attorneys and witnesses said in court. Ten convictions currently on appeal may be tossed out. The man was fired.
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