Another chapter in San Francisco’s storied history of bare-knuckle politics began Monday in U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker’s courtroom.

Built on a foundation of thin ice and marked by lawyers from three different camps trying to spin the essentially undisputed facts of the case in their favor, the much-scrutinized trial over Hearst Corp.’s acquisition of the San Francisco Chronicle got under way.

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