WAVE's embed code doesn't seem to work, so here's the direct link.
It's just more bad news.
...The following is part of Johnson's deposition:
Attorney: "The fact that two children went to the hospital on August 20th, one that died at the hospital, you have no documents whatsoever maintained in your office or anywhere relating to that event?"
Johnson: "Not personal documents, no."
Attorney: "If you received an e-mail from anyone who was in attendance at the soccer game or football practice, would it be your practice to retain it and forward it to the school board?"
Johnson: "If it's just an opinionated e-mail, I would delete them."
The attorneys asked what Johnson found out from Stinson. Johnson said two days after Gilpin collapsed, he talked to Stinson briefly at the hospital about the practice and he believed Stinson to be truthful.
Attorney: "Did Stinson tell you what his role was in assisting Max?"
Attorney: "To this day you don't know what Mr. Stinson did to assist Max?"
Attorney: "Have you ever asked him?"
In an attempt to possibly prove the school was interested in protecting itself, attorneys for the Gilpin family did enter into evidence several e-mails circulating among Johnson and other school officials looking into what kind of performance enhancing drugs Gilpin may have been taking. Johnson was also asked about a letter from the commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association asking for the school's final investigation of Gilpin's collapse. Johnson said he did not know if anything was ever turned over to the KHSAA.