But why is White's bias important? I agree that Kruidbos' would be.
Bernardo could argue that White either took or allowed an improper response to what Kruidbos told him. In short, that had the state been informed, rather that informing O'Mara, that any deficiency in turnover of evidence would have been remedied.
I think he's going to argue that anyway, but if White has animus against Bernardo, then Bernardo's going to argue that White is looking for ways to hurt the state.
Bernardo is going on to a new source of information on White, a Mr. Hughes. Bernardo asks if White ever said that Corey would rather have him outside, pissing in (complaining about the SAO)
Bernardo accuses White of grandstanding for a run against Corey in four years. Heck, Bernardo is giving White more face time by his own examination. O'Mara asks if the "pissing in" conversation was about the Corey / de la Rionda retirement. White doesn't recall.
Nelson looks very unhappy.