- Oct 28, 2008
- Reaction score
What he was saying was that there was a glitch in the program when they initially ran it. When he "re-tooled" it, he fixed the problem with the program so that it did get the correct results. He then goes on to claim that he contacted the state after retooling it he ran new reports to disclose the proper number of searches and gave them to the state.
Weren't these mistakes brought out at trial. I remember thinking, ok so she really didn't do 84 searches, the number 84 was for something? So I'm having trouble understanding how the state was not being honest?