On Friday Mr. Wilson, hired gun from the Senate Ethics Committee, arrived to find a small group of people in the Senate cafeteria. I decided to invite an attorney and a couple of friends to observe. (Translation: I didn't want him to lie.)
Mr. Wilson introduced himself as having worked for the attorney general and other agencies in the past, but not CPS. He said he is retired now and just took on a few special assignments. This probably qualifies as it is the first time a State Senator is being investigated for writing a public blog.
He started by asking a few questions that seemed unnecessary if he had seen the KING5TV coverage. I asked him and he said he had not seen the coverage. That seemed a little far fetched to me. If he was investigating this blog how could he NOT have gone to the links?.
He asked if I had help in putting the blog together. I said ''Yes.'' The Morning News Tribune had asked me to blog about my daughter-in-law as she participated in the Beijing Olympics. The Tribune put the blog up!
My friends later said he seemed to want to put the paper down at that point. But, he continued.
I told him that I had not posted any other blog on the subject. That was something he already knew. He knew who wrote the blog the judge had been told was the work of the teen mother in the Stuth case.
I chided him again for not having seen the KING5 coverage as that was really an important part of the coverage of the events.
In the end I mentioned how excited the Stuth's grandchild was when they were reunited. Mr. Wilson then agreed that it was was very nice.
So, what did we learn?
We learned that Mr. Wilson is just like the rest of them. He told us twice that he had not seen the blog and then he said it was a nice to see.
I think the only ones who have told the truth in this whole thing have been the Stuths and me.