TS D.A. says he won't be pressured on Moore case
...Gallegos declined to be specific on the record about what key questions need answering before he'll release the Moore report.
But, he said, they involve two main issues: The lack of a decision-making process from the top down -- particularly regarding the timing of the raid on Moore's apartment, and whether he or the grand jury should decide if the shooting rises to the level of a criminal act.
Gallegos said he needed to go beyond the investigators' reports on some points and talk personally to experts “so that my mind can be resolved one way or the other.
...Gallegos said the primary reason for the delay is the “bottleneck” in his office which he said has not allowed him time for analysis of -- and deep reflection upon -- his investigators' findings.”
He doesn't need to feel pressured. He needs to send this case to the Attorney General where impartial officials can make a just determination.
And, boy, Cheri Moore's son's new lawyer doesn't have a clue about what is going on here: W. Gordon Kaupp, an attorney for Moore's son, David Moore of Medford, Ore., he's not surprised Gallegos hasn't made a decision, saying the district attorney and police are “on the same team.”