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I am sure you meant to say, "Capitalize after the colon if there IS a succession of sentences," not "ARE."
I am a non-native English speaker. But with all due respect to Gregg, my loyalty remains with the period. We can't have two chiefs; we can't have two presidents. The renegade, envious colon can make trouble and try to convince others, but this reader will capitalize following only one punctuation mark: the period.
March 17, 2013, 9:54pm
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