0n the afternoon of September 11, 2008, a few hours before police had him surrounded, Don C. Weir Jr. opened a Microsoft Word document and began to type. He was in his office at HFI Securities, Inc., a small brokerage firm in Clayton that he co-owned. Many knew the 55-year-old financial adviser as handsome and sharp. Friends described him as quiet,... More >>>
Courtesy Albert Watkins
Albert S. Watkins, the attorney representing Weir's former partner, Jim Winkelmann.