Weekend Reads

“He drilled holes in flash drives, hard drives, and cell phones, fried their circuits in a microwave, then broke them to shards with a hammer. He shredded documents and flushed them down the toilet and erased servers in Russia and Ukraine.” Bloomberg goes deep with Andrés Sepúlveda, a guy who spent years manipulating elections across Latin America. (I wonder if he’s available for a November gig in the U.S.?)

+ “Fifty years ago, when Claire Wilson was eighteen, she was critically wounded during the 1966 University of Texas Tower shooting—the first massacre of its kind. How does the path of a bullet change a life?” From Pamela Colloff in Texas Monthly: The Reckoning.

+ Golf: What Happened to Tiger Woods? It’s the Most Vexing Question in Sports. What’s even more surprising is that people are still asking it.

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