We had taken a bit of a posting break from the Page Six scandal — following, certainly, but letting the Js and Ps cool off on the keyboard, at least temporarily. But, as one of our readers — who absolutely does not spend his days obsessing over the case at home in the Catskills — points out, there’ve been enough stories of late to warrant a roundup:
The FBI investigation into the Anthony J. Pellicano wiretapping trial trips up a connection to Ron Burkle. [via FishbowlLA]
Slate delivers it’s own roundup. So does Jossip.
Gawker points out a strangely timed omission by the New York Times in a story relating to Pellicano.
Myrna Blythe doesn’t get Ron Burkle.
The Clintons’ association with RB is going to be trouble for Mrs. Clinton’s run for the White House, says the New York Post.
It seems models have taken to blogging about Burkle, occasionally referring to him as a “sea slug.”
Vanity Fair, perhaps sensing its lead time is killing the impact of its upcoming June feature that references the Burkle-Pellicano connection, offers a “Sneak Peak” of its story online.
Could all this apparent (mostly) anti-Burkle press mean the tide of public opinion has turned in Jared Paul Stern‘s favor?