So you thought you would clarify the heart attack claim by mentioning he had coke and money and talk about his guilt when he was never convicted of the crime?
And of course, the documentation of the search warrant contradicted itself, first saying they seized nothing and then saying they did (they’re only supposed to check one box). This was a bought and paid for, in full house, by someone who had drug issues in the past and all that information was advertised locally when he had an issue with his heart. And who the heck swarms a house like that? There have been discussions, including on NPR, about why police use that kind of technique on low level and often low risks search warrants
So no, not cut and dry he was guilty nor does it even matter with CAF… and yes, it was pretty much public knowledge he had a heart condition.