First of all, Judge Arnold's goddamn court ORDER, as noted in Albrecht's motion, reads as follows although Albrecht left out the Good Part I have highlighted
"...[T]he Court finds that the State's argument that Chief Dunn's Deposition is important to the State's case in light of recent disclosures that [Mr. King] made potentially incriminating statements during the course of the civil deposition compelling. The State shall obtain a transcript of Chief Dunn's deposition at its own expense within 30 days or request an extension for good cause."
Second, the Rule requires production of exculpatory evidence. The indictment was issued the next business day after I sent this email notifying Dunn and NAACP of this blawg, with the critical post "Why the NAACP is a sellout organization." That is relevant because in the Deposition Dunn states the he finds this blawg "despicable," and a reasonable trier of fact could find that the entire indictment was set forward out of malice and irrespective of the law. And if that's not good enough, I catch him red-handed issuing lies about how I allegedly proceeded to write the Demand Letter without conducting any investigation -- even though it is obvious by the letter that I did indeed read the police reports -- all of which is exculpatory because it shows Good Faith. Duh. Now that they bought it, it has to be produced. Sorry, guys ordering it was your mistake :)
Third, they got the extension to call former Eden & Rafferty file manager Devon Saywer, J.D. - who gave me police abuse victim Willie Toney's name on a matchbook because Mr. Toney's friend was an E&R client, contrary to what NAACP and Chief Dunn represented to the media at large - yet as of 21 May 2006 more than 6 weeks have passed and they still haven't called that lil' nigger boy.
Blawg yahtzee: Doomsday for Dunn: Deposition Transcript Due.