Dramatic suicide

Denice Denton (about whom I wrote critically) took her life yesterday, in one of the most dramatic manners possible, jumping 43 floors from the roof of "San Francisco's tallest luxury rental apartment building."  On leave and on probably payroll, she was still not slumming, choosing the "tallest luxury rental apartment building" in the city as her departure point.

I expect to comment in the future, as a story of waste and possible corruption in the University of California unfolds. But for now may she rest in peace, her evident torments ended.

Thomas Lifson   6 25 06

Denice Denton (about whom I wrote critically) took her life yesterday, in one of the most dramatic manners possible, jumping 43 floors from the roof of "San Francisco's tallest luxury rental apartment building."  On leave and on probably payroll, she was still not slumming, choosing the "tallest luxury rental apartment building" in the city as her departure point.

I expect to comment in the future, as a story of waste and possible corruption in the University of California unfolds. But for now may she rest in peace, her evident torments ended.

Thomas Lifson   6 25 06