Abd Ul-Rahman Lomax
Are you saying the ERV report is likely to contradict what the Judge has reported and is in fact garbage as Jed suggests?
Generic answer, I have not said what I did not say. Jed's comment is not relevant here. Whether or not the report is garbage (did Jed say that?) is irrelevant. The judge simply quoted the Complaint. You are looking for meaning where there is none. There is no information in the Order that tells us anything about the Report, other than what Rossi said in the Complaint. And "Garbage/Not-Garbage" are not legal terms. The report is relevant to the Complaint because without that report being alleged as it was, there would be no $89 million due. And that is really all that we have. The claim of Rossi. We have no other public information about the Report.
Jed claims to have seen data that may have been from the Report, and from that, he has come to some conclusions. That's Jed's right, and he can tell us what those conclusions are, but none of this is of great weight, unless one decides to simply trust Jed and his assessement of evidence that we cannot see and know not the provenance of.
It is possible that we will never see the Report. That will depend on details that are not a matter of public knowledge, AFAIK, and choices that the parties make. I pointed out that Rossi could formally and publicly request IH to release the report, and that would put the shoe on the other foot, so to speak. He has not done that.
However, neither party is highly motivated by "how things look." Neither one is your ordinary blogosphere junkie.