Originally Posted by BenHayes
My question is why out of all the clinics he could have chosen to consult did he choose this one? Did he know of the bussinesses affilliation with users? Or was it from his own experiences with them? Any way its sliced it doesnt look good for any involved even if no suspensions or punishments come from it.
Ben, according to Braun's primary lawyer, one of the secondary lawyers (Chris Lyons?) suggested they confer with Bosch, but after a quick review they decided that he would not be a useful expert. That comes accross as credible due dilligence to me... and I think this is indirectly supported by the records.
Again, I think it is because Braun's defense team is probably telling the truth about this that makes it so interesting.