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My older brother, Richard Morrow, (now deceased) was the Superintendent at the time of the Pico case. My family is compiling research on our family members' contributions in the world and I'd like to know if someone knows how to contact Steven Pico, the student who started the case.
Any information (email or phone number) of Mr. Pico would be very much appreciated.
Robert D. Morrow, Ed.D
Professor Emeritus
University of the Pacific
209-244-5319 or rmorrow@pacific.edu

Thanks Dan!

Mary, that was your first podcast, and is was EXCELLENT! What an interesting interview! It was so good I added it to the Wikipedia page on the case under "External Links."


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