limiting Pinkerton liability to subsequent coconspirator
the] confession or admission by one coconspirator
after he has been apprehended is not in any sense a furtherance of the criminal enterprise.
Albert Gonzalez, 28, of Miami, and two unnamed Russian coconspirators
targeted large corporations by scanning the list of Fortune 500 companies and exploring corporate websites before setting out to identify vulnerabilities.
And we know for certain that by August, federal authorities had identified several key coconspirators
, and had one in custody.
In the compressed, theatrical space they construct, artifice and reality neither overlap nor remain at odds with one another, but become coconspirators
in silent, one-act dramas: the plots may escape us, but the puppet-size stars stand before simplified backdrops, totally exposed to our gazes and patiently waiting for our visual participation and imaginary engagement.