After meeting with Gerhart and his attorney Tuesday, Burnett withdrew the accusation.
“Based on the court order and the proceedings, we believe that he was not in indirect contempt,” Burnett told The Oklahoman. “We just wanted to ferret out the issues that were in your article.”
In his blackmail case, Gerhart is accused of promising in an email to make a state senator a laughingstock unless legislation passed. Gerhart admits he sent the email March 26 to Sen. Cliff Branan, R-Oklahoma City. Gerhart contends the email is constitutionally protected free speech.
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