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FORMER ROCKIES STOCKHOLDER HAD THAT ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH
Published October 20, 1994
The attorney for the former president of the Phar-Mor discount drugstore chain, Michael Monus, claimed in federal Bankruptcy Court that Monus was "medicated and groggy" when he signed an agreement to sell his interest in the Rockies. Monus is suing Rockies investors to recoup money he believes he lost because he sold his stock for what he alleges was less than fair value (AP/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 10/19).