In Wednesday’s closed door bail hearing for Alex Sanchez, the transcript of the hearing plus the identities of the various law enforcement and LA City officials who testified at Judge Manual Real’s request, were sealed.
But then later that same afternoon, both Tom Hayden and Tom Daiz checked the Fed Court site once more and found, low and behold, the government prosecutors had filed a public document listing their three experts.
That evening, when I got home from teaching at USC, I quickly followed suit, and slapped the list up on WLA.
On Thursday, however, Diaz discovered that the file he and the rest of us had accessed the day before, had now been sealed. Tight as a drum.
Maybe I’m missing something, but this would seem to be a classic case of locking the barn door after the horse has galloped down the street.
(Photo by Andy Klymer.)