Originally Posted by Kilgore_Trout
Based on a few articles I have read, Braun's own lawyer indicated that the value Anthony Bosch brought to the defense's case was "negligible." Why would they owe a guy who provided only "negligible" insight upwards of $20,000?
Might this be the reason that Braun was listed as owing Anthony Bosch money? I believe it was Braun himself who mentioned that they owed him. Supposedly they were in 'dispute' over the amount of money they should pay him for his 'negligible' (there's that word again) contribution to their case. Still sounds to me like they have a legitimate defense here.
I'm just trying to look at this as objectionably as possible. But boy do I sound like a Braun homer.