Aaron's been a friend of mine for a bit over a year now. He really gives everything he's got to this, and I can't believe the tenacity he shows.
He announced today that Don Sorokin, the lead counsel, will be staying with this one case, despite retirement. They have also added a new lawyer to the team, one Andrew Hentz, recently called to the bar, previously an RCR officer with two Kandahar tours. Someone who gets it.
Last I talked with Aaron, they expect a ruling soon that will allow the case to go to trial. Still a long haul ahead, but the team is staying strong.