In my prior post I noted that over a year after the US Attorney Brian Kelly said he gave defense counsel all the documents in the case it appears a few are still outstanding and there seem to be many problems, real or imagined, with what has already been produced. I’ve written that because of the special characteristics in this case the court should make every effort to insure defense counsel is properly prepared to defend an infamous man who is universally believed to be guilty in a case of watched throughout the nation.
On earlier dates I wrote that Whitey is not unhappy with the delay. He knows that after this case is tried or otherwise wrapped up things are only going to get worse for him. He’s content to be where he is until his clock runs out.