In February of 2000, Graphic Witness owner
Cal Deal appeared for an hour on a New York City radio program
hosted by Dick Cavett.
Deal was invited on the show to discuss his
role as a newspaper reporter in the Hurricane
Carter triple murder case and why he believes Carter is guilty.
The other side was represented by Lewis Steel, former attorney
for Carter's co-defendant, John Artis.
Interestingly -- at least in the context of
this lawsuit -- when Cavett introduced Deal, he referred to him
as the owner of a "trial graphics" business in Florida.
He did not ask "What are trial graphics?" He did not
say "Isn't that a company in Miami?" He did not seem
confused or mystified or at all perplexed by the phrase. He just
said it and moved on.
Oddly, in a deposition given for this lawsuit,
TrialGraphix CEO Steve Stolberg said the generic phrase "trial
graphics" has no meaning.
Date of program: Feb. 23, 2000