"Oh, yeah," he said.
"If you believe David Wray that he knew nothing about what was going on, then he deserved to go for being incompetent. If he knew about it -- and many believe he was a micromanager -- then he deserved to go."
On the lockout: "I wouldn't have given that guy the weekend. Mitch was trying to be a nice guy. No good deed goes unpunished."
On what the Council will decide to release tomorrow: "I'd imagine not a whole lot."
It's not a matter of the City taking sides in the court case, he says, but of letting the legal system work. "The Duke situation changed a whole lot -- Mike Barber wanted to put everything out there, but we don't want to have these guys tried in the media."