First is the Court ruling denying the sealed Affidavit request. Frankly, I'm a bit surprised and have yet to read the two-page opinion but I will JPEG it when it comes in the mail. I posted a copy of the Motion in yesterday's post and will post it again in the comments. I would anticipate by this ruling that the Court will demand the same level of transparency from the Defendants and their information, and that will indeed clear the air. I am not going to post those Affidavits online unless my sources tell me to.
Second is my interview with Robbie Hayward, who told ABC News' Juju Chang that
"Both men had good qualities about them but that MCKay was a liability and that the State had a greater responsibility to monitor the situation, and that Liko was pushed into a corner."
So I'll expect to see that in their final edit.
Third is my interview with the young lady "M" who knew Liko and who was the recipient of a LOT of unwanted attention from Gregory P. Floyd; this attention is a substantial reason for her leaving the State this weekend before her last year as a high school senior. Ouch.
Fourth (but not last, just last for today) I'm going to bring attention back to the question I asked Franconia Attorney Dan Mullen about whether Attorney Troy Watts issued a written complaint about Bruce McKay lying in Court, among other things. He wrote me that there was no such complaint in McKay's personnel file and that he was unaware of one. Somebody's lying there and I'm going to flush that out.
That's it for now; the short film will indeed be out soon.