Quote from the last two pages of the testimony:
...He couldn't have had this revelation while still in a position to actually DO anything about it?
Nope, that would have been contrary to his own self interests and borderline ethical.
His statements reek (at least to me) of obvious diversion sprinkled heavily with pre-thought tripe. Well thought and practiced, long before being uttered in front of those that may faux-judge him.
This whole thing stinks the more I learn and hear. I wish I could spin something positive on the matter to myself and others but I'm lacking for words to that effect at the moment.