"Although the terms of the settlement have not been released to the public" ..........and even though the "Compromise" was approved by the court the day before the scheduled hearing and was then added to the docket information, you believe what Weiner writes?<quoted text>
No, Rambler, Casey's attorneys are not admitting that any of the allegations were true.
By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
10:41 a.m. EST, November 26, 2013
"The settlement, approved by May on Monday, does not require Anthony to admit liability."
If she doesn't have to admit liability as part of the settlement agreement, she most certainly does not admit that the allegations are true, and obviously, this omission as part of the settlement agreement should tell you what I've been saying all along....the lawsuit was frivolous, or simply put, not worth the paper it was written on.
Save face. Get it? Would you prefer that I dig out the media interviews and video links which prove it? Let me know after Thanksgiving, because it will take a lot of time and Topix space to post them all up, but I will be happy to do it if you need to see/read for yourself.
My but you your prior scepticism toward the reliability of media stories seems to have vanished.