Many people have been following the stories regarding Magistrate Scott Davis’ problems with his company, DerbyDeals.com. There have been several stories in the press within the last three days so I will not belabor the issue any more here.
The purpose of this story is to take you back to a news report on FOX 41 TV News in which Larry Wilder, one of the attorneys representing University of Louisville assistant basketball coach Steve Masiello asserted that Masiello had never met Magistrate Scott Davis, did not know him, had not conducted any business with him. Remember, this is the same Larry Wilder who dumped the trash from his neighbor’s trash can and then crawled into the can and went to sleep where he was found the following morning.
Now, according to an affidavit filed by Officer Sean Kennedy of the Jeffersonville, IN police department, Masiello has admitted that he had met with Davis on several occasions and that he had taken money from Davis for the purpose of providing Kentucky Derby tickets to him. Actually Masiello essentially verified everything that Magistrate Scott Davis alleged in a lawsuit that he filed against Masiello.
In order for people to make their own comparisons of what Davis alleged in his lawsuit and what Masiello has admitted to, I have posted both the lawsuit and the affidavit of the police officer on this web site. You can view the lawsuit by clicking here and you can view the affidavit by clicking here.
If nothing else, this should expose Attorney Larry Wilder for making statements that are less than candid. Is Wilder going to continue to deny that his client knew Davis or is he going to say that his client was less than truthful with him?