By Julia Rosen
Well this one was a long one, with Judge Walker continuing the cross-examination of Dr. Meyer well past 5 pm.
As has become tradition here, the compiled liveblogging from Rick Jacobs is below. You can find all of the Daily Summaries here. They will all be categorized and appear there. Same with liveblogging, all of the posts are here. Per a reader’s suggestion, we have added a category cloud on the right side bar. It should make navigating the site easier.
Rick will be back in that hard seat hammering out the live coverage of day five tomorrow morning first thing. (more…)
9 CommentsJanuary 14, 2010
By Rick Jacobs
Sorry had some Internet issues, but I’m back online.
We’re back. 3:15.
Boies: We believe we will finish our case on Wednesday, whether we call Ms. Dia today or not.
Judge: Let’s keep moving.
Al Wilson is up for the Defendant interveners to cross-examine Dr. Meyer.
AW puts up expert report by Prof. Herrick says this 1950s is considered a classic study in the analysis of homosexuality in mental health. The study is by Dr. Hooker. The men were recruited from non-clinical settings. Half homosexual and half hetero.
AW: Is not your conclusion at odds with those of Dr. Hooker?
M: Not at all.
AW: Moving PX 1003 into evidence. Look at page 683 of the article (pagination of journal in which it was published). You write, “Despite a long history of interest in studies about gay men…” studies tried to show that homosexual men were not more often mentally ill than heterosexual men. You wrote that and you agree with that?
M: Yes. I wrote the entire article. [MUCH LAUGHTER] (more…)
141 CommentsJanuary 14, 2010