I think this is very interesting and it isn't really being mentioned much in the MSM as far as I can see.
What could this information related to "judicial misconduct on behalf of the public defender" be? She mentions it will "do the victims' families
justice to have this information". What information could benefit both the defense and the victims' families? Information on another shooter, perhaps?
I could see the prosecutor not bringing up charges on another suspect due to evidence that wasn't necessarily outstanding. They already have 'ol
Jimmy's neck in the noose, why not just let it be a huge win for the prosecutors?
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