I just read
your letter of October 28. It would be pointless to debate my
differences with you concerning this case. However, there is one
matter I cannot overlook. In our initial conversation concerning
this case, you told me that the case "would not be tried before
May." That is as close to a verbatim quote as I can come. I have no
doubts that you did not have a calendar at the time you said this,
but you did not "commit[ ] to a May date" as you indicated in your
last letter. You simply said the case "would not be tried before
May." I accept that you don't remember making this statement since
the time when the case might be tried was not a critical issue as it
was with me.
not you believe me is your business, but let me assure you that I
didn't make up what you said to me to accommodate Jack Hatfield's
vacation schedule or because Wally Harrleson suggested it to me.
W. David Lloyd