Ms. Martin’s counsel have now filed an opposition to the United States’ motion to file its opposition (with supporting documents) to the preliminary injunction motion under seal. We’ve posted it here.
The opposition provides some limited information about what is in the four exhibits to the opposition.
Exhibit A, the opposition to the motion to file under seal indicates, includes Defendant LtCol Sean Sullivan’s declaration concerning “two subjects: (1) a general description of the contents of the Law Center at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (“MCRD”) San Diego and (2) statements that Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents and an Assistant United States Attorney informed Sullivan that Plaintiff is under criminal investigation.”
Exhibit B is a letter to Ms. Martin apparently signed by a Marine Corps colonel acting in his official capacity. (I think we can all make a good guess as to the content of that letter.)
Exhibit D is described as “a heavily redacted transcript of testimony from an apparently completely public criminal proceeding in South Carolina.” And Exhibit C is described as “cumulative of the public information in Exhibit D.”