The Camera also notes that the defense is asking that investigative committee member Jose Limon be allowed to testify out of order. If that's okayed, it wouldn't be surprising if Churchill's testimony is pushed back another day.
For the final question CU attorney Patrick O'Rourke asked indigenous studies professor Michael Yellow Bird during his re-cross Wednesday morning, he pulled up [sic] a transcript of previous testimony the professor had given to CU's Privilege & Tenure Committee and asked him if he had made the statement that "fabricated, made-up accounts promote the truth."
With a slight pause, Yellow Bird said yes.
Update: Vince Carroll: "Churchill's lawyer says anything goes."