Law and Orders

As in “gag orders.”

It seems that it is in the best interest Christopher Handley’s defense that I remove the correspondence I had posted yesterday.

It’s frustrating, obviously, but the last thing I want to do is anything that might result in a harsher sentence for Mr. Handley.

For what its worth, both Ms. Handley and I were acting in “good faith,” but you know what they say about the road to hell being paved with good intentions.

I honestly don’t know what I can do or say at the moment that would have a positive impact on the proceedings, so I am just going to quietly continue to collect information and observe from the sidelines until Mr. Handley’s sentence has been handed down.

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