But as yet no substitute has ever been found for cross-examination as a means of separating truth from falsehood, and of reducing exaggerated statements to their true dimensions.
Francis L. Wellman
The Art of Cross-Examination
[I have lots of falsehood and exaggerated statements to wade through in the PNNL case. There is so much of it that there won’t be anything of substance left when I’m done with their so-called “evidence”. I disposed of probably half of it during my deposition. The rest will tossed in the trash during the course of discovery. It’s a very, very “target rich environment”.–Joe]