There are a lot of items that could muddy the main thread on the transcripts. However, there are things that stand out. I'll start, shall I? After the video of (presumably) Bang-Bang Muhammad making gun gestures and grabbing Sparrow's camera, Ms. Belotte denies knowing him, stating, "These people come and go." "These people." Not part of her church, she claims. They come and go. I'm sure NOI would like to hear what the Executive Director of the DC Org really thinks of them. "These people." Heh. Next, the delicious testimony of a Moxon-coached witness and co-worker of Belotte. She proceeds to perjure herself on the stand, claiming she saw with her own eyes Sparrow trespass onto cult property to prevent Ms. Belotte from getting in her car. Unfortunately, as Mr. Key pointed out, Ms. Belotte also stated that Sparrow never left public property during protests. It was all very embarrassing for the little clammie, I'm sure. Kim never came up with the "erection and blocking car" story until after she made a police report. Her long email to a detective the next day also failed to mention these things. Surely a man with an erection approaching you or preventing you from getting in your car would sort of, excuse the pun, STAND OUT? Yet poor little Kim's brain was full. Remembering is HARD! Even when you're a Clear with perfect recall, as Mr. Key pointed out. I liked the part of the trial where Mr. Key leads Kim down memory lane, to a day when coworker Vickie was out with a video camera, and another Scilon was out with pad and pencil. Kim deliberately walks past Sparrow, ostensibly to get coffee, changes her mind, walks past him again. Clearly, they were hoping to get video of Sparrow "doing something." The judge noticed that, more than once, Ms. Belotte goes out of her way to engage Sparrow and call him names. Surely this is not the act of a terrorized woman? "I just wanted to make him leave me alone," she tells the judge. Yeah. Marching out and calling someone "Scarecrow" works well. With all these allegations of stalking and erections, Ms. Belotte took no measures to protect herself. She failed to bring keys to the side door, even though she knew he'd probably be out front. She never asked to see video from either security cameras or her fellow Scilons. She never asked anyone to escort her to her car. She never asked anyone to bring a camera out while she walked to her car. She didn't do any of these things, because none of this ever happened. You can see when her TR-L drills fail, and she retreats to "I don't know. I don't know what that is. I don't know. I don't know." Doesn't play well in court. She can't explain why her husband threatens Radio Paul with the Brian Treatment. Nor can she explain what the Brian Treatment is, but it sounds like hubby is threatening a law abiding protester with it. Some humor, Mr Keys, "I haven't read Dianetics, but I saw Battlefield Earth." Judge, "He's wearing another tie that defies easy description." This just shows what a sharp, well-informed lawyer and a whole pile of video can do.