I think you need to re-familiarize yourself with Rules Of Criminal Procedure - Rules Of Discovery.<quoted text>
It's not crap, if you take the time to think about it.
If there is no written report generated, there is no discovery violation.
Meaning, that doesn't prove they didn't know about the computer searches just because there was no written report (as rules of discovery mandate).
Convenient, right? Ask yourself why they would want to hide this, instead of telling me I'm posting crap. In other words, take off the rose-colored-good-guy-rah-rah- let's hear it for the hometeam-glasses........the justice system is not a Monday afternoon tea party.
PS> I "heard" JA has a history of not disclosing things to the other side.
Take note of "Constructive Possession" by "State Acting Agents.
I think you're implying that it's legal for the State to play hide the ball - so long as there isn't a report or a paper trail.
If so, your thinking is seriously flawed.