De Lorean gets his day in court
Claims the defense: "This is a fictitious crime. Without the Government there would be no crime. This is one of the most insidious and misguided law-enforcement operations in history."
Claims the prosecution: "This is a classic case of a guilty defendant caught redhanded, desperately trying to transfer blame for his apprehension and disgrace to the Government. It is difficult to imagine a more willing participant in a narcotics transaction than John Z. De Lorean."
The legal arguments, sharply drawn in pretrial statements, are reminiscent of those heard...