KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh reported that attorney Calvin Dunlap, who represents McNulty, said that Georgia authorities sought to interview his client. Dunlap told the station he only allows clients with pending litigation to discuss cases under extraordinary scenarios.
Dunlap, who is also looking into the Georgia case, did not rule out the possibility of making McNulty available to the GBI.
"They need information from us, and frankly we need information from them, so I will make a decision on how to proceed as the need arises," Dunlap told KDKA.
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Looks like the GBI and the DA are ready to bring McNaulty into the mix.