Shore Lion wrote:I didn't read the reports that way. My understanding is that MM never talked to Spanier about it, only Curley and Shultz.
That was my impression, too. I thought MM spoke to Curley and Schultz, and C&S spoke to Spanier. I guess we will find out soon enough. I also think it's highly likely Spanier beats this. Based only on media reports, it sounds like the case against him is based on the testimony of 2 people who cut a deal to avoid going to prison. Those are probably not the most credible witnesses and a any competent defense attorney should be able to cast serious doubt. Maybe they have more evidence beyond the testimony of Curley or Schultz but, if not, I think Spanier walks away from this. And, I also suspect that Curley and Schultz are less than enthusiastic witnesses here.