Re: Due Process, but Quickly (308 Views)
Posted by: BitPlayer
Date: May 10, 2021 04:50PM
Quote from Craig Robertson, Baffert's attorney, in Wall Street Journal:
"They provide that list [list of labs for split-sample testing], we choose a laboratory from that list. The sample gets sent to that laboratory and they perform the testing. And then the results come back. There's no way that can possibly happen before Saturday."
Are you kidding me? KHRC must have a list at the ready. Baffert presumably already chose a lab from that list for the Gamine positive. Fed Ex delivers overnight, and there are faster courier services. Someone calls the lab and tells them to expect this and rush it. They do the testing (allow a day). And they e-mail back the results, hard copy to follow.
If this doesn't happen before Friday, it's because someone either does not want it to happen fast or someone can't be bothered.
If a Wall Street firm wanted this done in a hurry, they would have results by tomorrow.