Terrorist Entropy vs Extropic Liberty

Lyle Burkhead (LYBRHED@delphi.com)
Sat, 03 Aug 1996 20:22:19 -0500 (EST)

Ian Goddard writes,

> Consider the testimony of former Grand Juror Hoppy Heidelberg,
> in charge of evidence in the Oklahoma City bombing case, who told
> the press that, "No one who saw McVeigh with other suspects,
> [ such as John Doe #2 ] was ever allowed to testify before the Federal
> Grand Jury."
> Mr. Heildelburg was eventually thrown off the jury after he refused
> to stop asking questions about John Doe #2.

Greg Burch writes,

> one of McVeigh's lead lawyers, Michael Tigar, is known to me
> to be a tough, bright, creative and highly capable lawyer.
> Tigar will see to it that McVeigh gets the fairest possible trial,
> leaving no stone unturned and exploiting every weakness and error
> in the state's case.

In view of what happened with the Grand Jury, will Michael Tigar be
allowed to explore all the issues? Or is it understood that some questions
must not be asked?