I already answered you regarding the Dell testimony elsewhere, as i said that testimony proves nothing. What else are you referring to? Care to be specific?
I would say it is equally likely that the jury is asking to review evidence and testimony because they are still debating question number one, which is "was there collusion by MM's to drive Rambutt out of business", obviously I'm paraphrasing. Anyhow, if they are still on question 1, then that means they don't have a majority, which means Rambutt gets nothing unless someone is persuaded to change their mind.
"The question of collusion was the first point of business for the jury. If the answer was no, then the case would be over after only an hour of deliberation.
The jury has obviously determined that collusion existed, price fixing occurred, and now on to the damages."
I wonder what part of this is not clear to some people on this board who are hell bent on MINDLESS arguments. They all need brain booster shots(shots = one is not enough) to increase their IQ above zero.