So, by your own words, Mr. Gardner adds *nothing* to the discussion: he is merely piling on.
No, he's not piling on, he's reiterating some of points of the case that have already been considered and rejected by another court, in stating they might not have much merit this time around, either. "Already thrown in the trash" was my wording.
And the exact same can be said about you and your qualifications (or lack thereof).
Of course that's the case, but I'm not the one who's constantly been railing against every decision made in this case by the courts and the racing officials as legally wrong, unconstitutional, and so on, and trashing every opinion or story written about this case that doesn't look at Mr. Dutrow through rose-colored glasses as well as the writers. That's been you, a meaningless nobody horseplayer with zero legal qualifications, zero racing industry experience or qualifications, and zero experience with racing's regulatory mechanisms. Your only actual qualifications are betting horses and owning an ADW account. Perhaps your family took you to one or more of the local tracks when you were younger, like this blogger's. Based on your qualifications, your opinions have zero weight of authority, and really are worth zero consideration.