There is nothing stopping the baker's lawyers from posting the information on their website. In fact, the links I provided came from there. And yet there is nothing available in written form regarding the allegations you've quoted. And these allegations aren't mentioned in the appeal of the Commission's confirmation of the judge's ruling. All of those things are wholly within the control of the baker's lawyers. If they fail to raise these as issues or errors in the proceedings, then one must conclude either the allegations did not actually occur or the lawyers are incompetent.I know, right?! It’s so frustrating that the media chooses to omit information in favor of a personal agenda. It’s a disservice to all Americans.
Nor did I but I don't know what the documentation requirements are in Colorado for a public hearing of that sort. Presumably one could request it under a Freedom of Information request. Regardless, the decision was communicated and the absence of a publicly available written order of the Commission's decision wasn't raised as an issue on appeal by the baker's lawyers.I can’t find anywhere that the Colorado Civil Liberties Commission has released a written order either… Which is concerning.
Personal opinions expressed in a radio interview do not prove or corroborate allegations. The fact these allegations were not raised in the appeal is rather impugning of their validity.The only thing I can find is a radio interview with Phillip’s Lawyer.