**Update, confirmed by TDO**The following is the latest reported comments from Jansen, Winston's attorney and while I agree it need to be said, I hope it does not antagonize the State Attorney Office and Meggs who has a history of questionable activity.. Posted this in the Winston update thread but given the length of thread figured it might be better served as it's own.. Not sure about the validity of the quote below or the site for that matter but what is everyone else’s thoughts, if this is correct, was it a good idea for Jansen to come out publically and say what most of us have been thinking???? - -
We are deeply concerned by State Attorney William Meggs unprecedented decision to engage in numerous press interviews and make extrajudicial statements about his ongoing investigation. The Tallahassee Democrat has reported that not only did Mr. Meggs engage in a press interview addressing a supposedly confidently law enforcement investigation, but his comments included inferences that witnesses whom have been available to law enforcement for nearly a year may have been effected by attorneys and collusion. Such extrajudicial public statements at this early point in his investigation raise concerns in the minds of Mr. Winston and the public that the Mr. Meggs may not be conducting the objective, fair, and unbiased investigation which is the right of every person involved in the criminal justice system. We respect the immense power Mr. Meggs has in his investigative process and pray that he will objectively analyze the facts as he finds them, refrain from further extrajudicial public comment, and take all necessary steps to ensure that this matter comes to a quick resolution. We are confident that if those steps are taken, this cloud will be lifted and Mr. Winston will be full exonerated of any wrongdoing.Read more at http://blacksportsonline.com/home/2013/11/jameis-winstons-attorney-concerned-about-fair-investigation/#7jPHPu5Vlf3zyDoY.99"