Pellicano: either he’s guilty or he has ESP

Today’s NYT gives us the most concrete example yet of Pellicano’s alleged use of wire-tapping to acquire specific information, in the case of Bo Zenga’s suit against Brad Grey:

Now, the first direct evidence of eavesdropping by Mr. Pellicano has surfaced in newly filed court documents: excerpts of what prosecutors have described as Mr. Pellicano’s summaries of conversations he intercepted in 2001 between Vincent Zenga, a screenwriter and producer known as Bo, and his lawyer, Gregory S. Dovel, during their contentious suit against the influential Hollywood executive Brad Grey, now head of Paramount Pictures.

As this handy chart illustrates, Pellicano is either very very intuitive or very very not innocent.