Asked about the dismissal of his client, former DA investigator Linwood Wilson, Wilson's attorney, Fred Battaglia, said "he didn't have enough information(!) to discuss the situation."
(Bill Thomas did: "Considering his conduct in the Duke lacrosse case, in my opinion he should leave. His interview [with Crystal Mangum] was very disturbing. It demonstrated they were not trying to seek the truth but wanted to conform their evidence against the defendants. Because of that, Linwood Wilson should be gone. As this case is investigated further, I would predict he will be the subject of future civil and criminal inquiry.")
From John Stevenson's article:
Superior Court Judge Orlando F. Hudson said a deputy sheriff attempted to serve the hearing notice at Nifong's November Drive home Monday evening, but Nifong's wife -- Cy Gurney -- would not accept it.
The deputy then posted the notice on Nifong's door, according to Hudson.
"That's proper service as far as I'm concerned," the judge added.