chudawgjnkz 5pts All that the Smoking Gun Argues is that the prosecutor who was representing James Rosemond was confused and denies being at the "Queen for a Day" proffer. So, first Mr. Shargel states he was there, then after Ms. Dayananda suggest they use Mr. Rosemond's statement, Mr. Shargel states it was a mistake, he was confused, he actually was not there, therefore, he is inelligable to state if Mr. Rosemond made such confessions. That was the "smoking gun." That his layer is unable make statement to criminalize his defendant. Chuck Phillips investigation and reports are hardly centered on the 302's either. They were merely added to give his article more substance and supposedly Mr. Rosemond's lawyer was given copies to contest the validity three weeks before the article was published.