It's too late to say anything in depth or start any new diatribe. But I've heard from several parties implicated in last night's blog post that my post was not complete, and they are correct.
I work in the courts, sometimes daily. After the horrific shooting in Fulton Superior Court in 2005, the trial attorneys' world grew more dangerous. In family law, we always know that danger can lurk from that nut-job opposing party who doesn't have any better angels, let alone can listen to them, but the shooting, in addition to robbing us of an excellent jurist and fine man, Judge Rowland Barnes, made us all intimately aware of just how vulnerable we can be.