“That revelation came at the end of Southern Transplant, Marc Perrusquia’s front page story Thursday in the Memphis Commercial Advocate,” P.E.D. reports “The fact that Eason paid a bargain price to an Apple-owned shell company for Jobs’ two story, 13-room house came out when he was asked about it at a June 2012 hearing. ‘It’s a fair question,’ Eason said, assuring local commissioners there was ‘absolutely not’ any deal cut to secure a liver for Jobs. But according to the Commercial Appeal, Eason didn’t tell commissioners everything he knew.”
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