Former Judge Andrew Napolitano filled in for Glenn Beck and proceeded to cast his own Beck-like aspersions about lack of testimony in the General Motors’ bankruptcy case. Napolitano stated, “[t]here was no testimony whatsoever in court.”

From the court’s Finding of Fact:

In accordance with the Court’s Case Management Order #1, direct testimony was presented by affidavit and cross-examination and subsequent questioning proceeded live. After cross-examination, the Court found all witnesses credible, and takes their testimony as true.

The Court accepted as accurate and truthful the testimony by GM CEO Fritz Henderson at the hearing:

Q. Now, if the U.S. Treasury does not fund on July 10th and the sale order is not entered by that date, what options are there for GM at that point?

A. Well, if they don’t continue, we would liquidate

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