I missed the show because I was with my grandson all day. But it was well attended. Everyone - from Bill White to Sarah Cassi to WFMZ - was there. But none of these sources mentions something the Bulldog himself observed. It was probably no big deal to them, but it bothers Angle. About six court employees - law clerks and judges' secretaries who refused to identify themselves - were in the audience. They certainly had every right to be there. They also had no obligation to identify themselves. Perhaps they even skipped their lunch break on a Friday afternoon just to listen to Ron's pearls of wisdom. More likely, they were there because the unbiased Court Administrator wanted them there.
Of course, no actual judge attended. Not on a Friday afternoon. They're too busy working out of their NCC "home offices".
Angle's question? If six judicial employees have time during the middle of the day to attend one of his news conferences, could the Courts really be as busy as they claim? Angle has previously called for a 5% reduction in all departments, including the judiciary.