Attorney Cory Briggs. Photo by Sam Hodgson.

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Brad Racino is the assistant editor and senior investigative reporter at inewsource. He's a big fan of transparency, whistleblowers and government agencies forgetting to redact key information from FOIA requests. Brad received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri...

2 replies on “Deposition and deeds convey ambiguity of Briggs-Cacciatore relationship”

  1. From my perspective, inewsource is seriously injuring its reputation with this investigation. The original implication was that Mr. Briggs was in some way benefiting through inside information from his partner or wife (if they are married). It would seem at this point that there is nothing to demonstrate any benefit whatsoever, but only an implication that there might have been one. At least one commenter here has mentioned that he is on his father’s business as a vice-president although he has no real involvement in the business. Whether these two people claim to be (or not) husband and wife is rather immaterial in my view.

  2. ANOTHER of Jan Goldsmith’s overzealous prosecutors was found, by Judge Rubin, to have committed prosecutorial misconduct by not disclosing full witness statements, but cutting and pasting portions helpful to them. How about researching the City Attorneys patterns of overzealous prosecution and prosecutorial misconduct- starting in courtroom 39? Remember the sidewalk chalk case? If you aren’t bias, that is, and believe all sides deserve investigating.

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