No time to blog on this now but wanted you to be able to see the document for yourself. Click here to view.
UPDATE: Some have asked me about a term used in the motion. It says that on December 7, the government, pursuant to a discovery request, provided the defendants with a copy of a 90-minute "consenual recording made in the course of its investigation . . . [that] contains statements by the four defendants." What is a consensual recording? Here is the answer from a government website. It is where one of the participants (an agent is also considered a participant) consents to the recording, as opposed to a wiretap or other form of non-consenual monitoring. Under the allegations of the indictment and Tim Balducci’s later guilty plea so early in the case, one would have to assume the consensual participant was Balducci. Ninety minutes? That’s a lot of talk.