I dont know who the woman is other than a poster at websleuths but I wrote mark since I have him on my email list from FB!
here is his response to my asking him if they can do this!!
Thanks. Some people were known outside the review and have appeared in the prosecution discovery.
As such, they would have been given to the defense by the prosecution in accordance with Florida
discovery rules. Also, the 32 searchers and all the groups that were with the 32 were released long
ago. As such, it’s likely the person contacted was on one of those forms.
Without specific names there is little I can do. If someone lets me know their identity and it can be
established that a violation occurred with the defense, than action will be taken. However, not
knowing which person was contacted and how they came to be contacted makes it rather impossible
to evaluate the situation without more.
We know it’s frustrating but no identities have been made public to my knowledge. The defense
appears desperate and are attempting to show that the area wasn’t underwater. I believe that
the abundant witnesses who know otherwise are letting that be known. The prosecution is aware
of the defense’s position.
Please remember though that Judge Perry was clearly heading in the direction of opening up the
full files to the defense. In an effort to redirect that and to avoid the probability of a point of appeal
or request for a new trial, we work towards the settlement which is in place. It’s not perfect, but it
does seem to provide the best protection for public confidentiality to the searchers and halt the
defense from appealing as to this point.
As always, thank you and all the others for their compassion and support. This tragedy has
touched so many and hopefully the truth will prevail.