The Intelligence Community has finished vetting the redactions. The ball’s in your court.
The Maryland Rules relating to court audio and court transcripts are such that both are made available to the public.
While the transcripts are public documents and can be freely reproduced, the audio recordings are not cannot be reproduced or broadcast. They are available for purchase and are provided on data CDs. The CDs cannot be played on a standard player. They can played on a PC running Windows. XP or a newer version is required.
Anyone who would like to get a copy of the trial audio from the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit trial can order the 4 CD set from the court. Technical Services is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm ET. Their phone number is (240) 777-9150. To process a CD order Technical Sevices needs the case number (380966V), the case name (Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.), the dates (11 and 12 August, 2014), and the judge’s name (Judge Johnson).
One more thing … someone briefly posted the trial audio on the Internet. That was a violation of the Maryland Rules, and The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is making noise about trying to pin that violation on one of the defendants. If you do get a copy, please don’t post it.