"We did not have those CDs at the time, but we have them now and are making copies available to the public [since I busted their heineys]."
Query, why didn't they mention at the time that there was additional audio even if not in CD form? Remember, the only reason given to me from Strelzin was that there were more interviews done without recording and that was the alleged reason why, but then I was like, "Dude you're telling me you didn't audio record these guys and they were the first ones there?" As I noted, talking to Sam the other day in Franconia was a Real Experience I'll tell you that. I won't get into exactly what he said about how it took more than one attempt to get Liko's car off of McKay, nor will I delve into other things he told me about McKay's history at this juncture, but I will say this: He is one stand up fella and a great conversationalist.
Also for reasons unbeknownst to me, the investigative file hard copy and CD now reflect a total of 902 pages rather than the 1,000 noted before. I guess you win some, lose some, right? I'm not dismissing my ethics complaint and I want to see what the Supreme Court says about this for the record.
I say post hoc, ergo propter hoc is not always a fallacy.