Here’s what the Judge said in denying the motion to dismiss: The motion is whether Judge Lackey asking for money created the crime. To obtain dismissal for outrageous government conduct, the defendant must not have participated in any active way. They did. The defendants are unable to show they are merely passive participants. It is clear they were active participants.
Keker asks for more witnesses, which the judge denies, and then denies the motion to dismiss. This was the point for the lunch break.