Editor’s Note

Thank you all for following this blog over the past couple of weeks.  I have attempted to take down a great deal of information manually with a good old-fashioned pen and paper and then transcribe those scribbles to a document that is legible for all to read.  I have strived for accuracy, clarity and objectivity in this task, however, the process was difficult.  The blog contains reports and these are not intended to be transcripts.  I have paraphrased much of the testimony, but where I have used quotation marks I have attempted to quote the speaker directly.

I have attached links to documents and transcripts that have become available and will continue to add documents as they become available, and hope that the readers cross check any of my reports with actual transcripts if the reader is relying on a particular passage for any reason.

Please be forgiving if a detail was missed or not quoted exactly correctly.  Also, please do not assume that spelling or grammar contained in this blog is reflective of examples of my usual work, as speed of delivering the information took priority over proof reading.

Thank you.


2 thoughts on “Editor’s Note

  1. Being able to follow what was said in the courtroom with as much detail as you have provided is a tremendous service. Thank you so much for your work and dedication.


  2. Hey, just wanted to thank you for going to such lengths to get down the details of the trial. I’ve been watching this case with a great deal of interest, and in lieu of being there, your hard work allowed me to follow the trial in depth. Thank you so much!


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