Thursday, January 29, 2015
Levant Lawsuit Lurches Towards Conclusion
Buckets has emerged from cryo-sleep to give us this post. After no less than two computer forensics companies declared that Richard Warman's computer had not even been turned on the day of the infamous "Cools Post", the judge has decided to put an end to at least this portion of the discovery phase. Don't worry if you don't know what that means in detail, but the implications for Ezra's defense are pretty clear; he accused Warman of posting the Cools material, and his case relies on Warman's having done so. Since there is no evidence of that on Warman's computers ("It's not there,"says the decision), we may assume with a good deal of confidence that when the case finally gets to a courtroom, Ezra will lose again. And badly.