Day Three was deadly boring. Even Judge Burns thought so. One juror fell asleep listening to testimony that took about three times longer than necessary. There was a mountain of detail about the history of Pentagon document scanning and what Wilkes did or didn’t do in the 1990s. Burns warned prosecutors to move things along or he would cut them short. I chatted with one witness outside court and he was unsure why he was there He hadn’t seen Wilkes in more than a decade. At least he could retreat to the Westin when he was off the stand. Isn’t this a bribery case? With hookers?

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