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Mar 5, 2011
Division at software company over Scientology apparent before 2009 shooting — Denver Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Monte Whaley
Source: Denver Post
Fowler Software Design ran smoothly and profitably for years, even as the staff was divided between Scientologists and nonmembers of the controversial group. But a full-blown schism developed after employees learned that the company's founder — 59-year-old William Rex Fowler — gave as much as $250,000 of the firm's money to the Church of Scientology, according to witness statements given to investigators. Those conflicts were readily apparent after 42-year-old Thomas Ciancio, a non-Scientologist, was shot and killed by Fowler on Dec. ...
Item contributed by: Sponge
Feb 25, 2011
Rex Fowler Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder — abc 7News Denver
More: thedenverchannel.com, 9news.com, denverpost.com, kwgn.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Tyler Lopez
Source: abc 7News Denver
DENVER — After just two hours of deliberation, an Adams County jury found Rex Fowler guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of his former business partner. Fowler, 59, was immediately sentenced to life in prison. The fact that Fowler shot and killed Thomas Ciancio was never in dispute. What was in dispute was whether the act was deliberate and pre-planned. Prosecutors argued the fact that Ciancio was shot three times in the face could not be an accident — it ...
Item contributed by: Sponge
Feb 24, 2011
Fowler trial day 2: Ex-Fowler Software CEO tears up on stand // Rex Fowler on trial for killing Thomas Ciancio — Denver Channel (Colorado)
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Gathright
Source: Denver Channel (Colorado)
BRIGHTON, Colo. – A software company founder is being tried for first-degree murder. Rex Fowler is accused of shooting and killing business partner Thomas Ciancio in December 2009. TheDenverChannel's Alan Gathright is in the courtroom and will be blogging throughout the trial. This is his blog on Day 2. 4:30 PM – The former president and CEO of Fowler Software choked back tears on the stand Thursday afternoon, recalling how she arranged the fateful meeting between Tom Ciancio and Rex Fowler ...
Feb 23, 2011
Fowler trial day 1: Fowler branded slaying victim 'extortionist,' DA says // Rex Fowler on trial for killing Thomas Ciancio — Denver Channel (Colorado)
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Gathright
Source: Denver Channel (Colorado)
BRIGHTON, Colo. – The trial of a software company founder is underway in Brighton. Rex Fowler is accused of shooting and killing business partner Thomas Ciancio in December 2009. TheDenverChannel's Alan Gathright is in the courtroom and will be blogging throughout the trial. This is his blog on Day 1. 4:30 PM -Battle Over Scientology Evidence In a dramatic moment, defense attorney Sarah Quinn objected to prosecutors introducing in evidence a manila folder belonging to Fowler. The judge had the jury ...
Feb 22, 2011
Software firm founder faces murder trial // Judge: Defendant's Scientology ties irrelevant in ex-partner's slaying — Denver Channel (Colorado)
Type: TV
Author(s): Alan Gathright
Source: Denver Channel (Colorado)
BRIGHTON, Colo. – The murder trial starts Wednesday morning for an Adams County software firm founder accused in the 2009 execution-style shooting of his former business partner. William Rex Fowler is charged with first-degree murder. He's accused of shooting Thomas Ciancio, 42, three times in the head with a 9mm Glock handgun when Ciancio came to collect a $9,000 severance payment at Fowler Software Design in Adams County on Dec. 30, 2009. Fowler, 58, has pleaded not guilty. If convicted, he ...
Feb 16, 2011
Judge: Scientology no issue in Fowler murder case — Denver Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Monte Whaley
Source: Denver Post
BRIGHTON — The upcoming first-degree murder trial of an Adams County business owner with links to the Church of Scientology will be about the facts of the case and not the defendant's religion, the presiding judge said today. "Someone's religion has never been an issue in my courtroom and it won't be in this case," said Adams County District Judge Francis Wasserman. Wasserman spoke in a pre-trial hearing for 58-year-old William Rex Fowler, accused of shooting his former business partner on ...
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