- Oct 7, 2008
- Reaction score
I do not recall anything noted in her probation terms that said it would be a violation to do a public interview. However, I might not have interpreted all the terms correctly. If it is a violation, it would explain Mason's ire when Casey released her videos, and why he immediately jumped on the explanation that she did not release them--her computer was hacked.
ETA: It would also explain why Casey had to report the "hacking" to her PO. It seemed to me an odd thing to report...so maybe Mason told her to do that.
Mason said it's a violation of her probation to...say whaaat? give an interview?
Reeeeealy...and what about the First Amendment Freedom of Speech?
IMO no intervew because he knows she will Lie and say something that will incriminate her while the Appeal case is open
Can someone post the Probation Order?
http://www.ninthcircuit.org/news/Hi...o Quash, Vacate, & Set Aside Courts Order.pdf
Attachment "A" is the Probation Order.....page 14