This article discusses an unsealed internal SCO email regarding a code comparison between Linux and proprietary UNIX code. It's pretty interesting, in that the code comparison by an outside consultant found no copyright violations, and the SCO employee didn't think there were any copyright violations either.
All of this implies that the SCO CEO Darl McBride is deliberately lying or is completely ignorant of UNIX and Linux. Does he have any idea what he's talking about? Corporations are absolutely fascinating.
Once a company gets that stupid, something drastic has to be done.