While answering RJ, I missed remarking that the phone contained picture of naked underage girls. This sets aside the issue the photo of Martin in some public place with one (short) girl.
Kruidbos gave Bernardo the 900 page report with a thumb drive of all the reports (3.5 Gb, plus 100 Mb original, etc.), and Bernardo said that the plan was to have FDLE run the report again so that Kruidbos would not have to testify about having this information. Bernardo was scheming then, to put the onus on FDLE for any shortcoming in forensic analysis, even though SAO had done a better forensic analysis. I'm thinking this all went down in January.
O'Steen called Kruidbos back to the office with O'Steen, Bernardo, and prosecutor Guy. All were present as Kruidbos described what he had extracted from the BIN/UFD file. Kruidbos asked what would be happening. Bernardo said that SAO could send the source file to defense. Bernardo asked how much is the Cellebrite, Kruidbos told him $8,000. "Did Brenardo say anything about the defense can buy their own copy of Cellebrite?" (my paraphrase of question). Kruidbos does not recall. Yet another conversation, location services portion of report. Bernardo was there, maybe O'Steen. There is an Excel spreadsheet that has holes in the GPS locator activity. I'm thinking this went down in late January, Maybe February. All of the analytical activity, copies, meetings, etc. appear to me to have taken place over a few weeks time.
Rich Commando (Edit to add: this is Kruidbos direct supervisor) was told that Kruidbos thought the report (to defense) was incomplete. Kruidbos was told "good find." Commando is no longer with SAO. Is Kruidbos aware of FDLE activity making a new report from the BIN/UFD file. May 24 meeting with Bernardo. Asks if FDLE had redone the report from the bigger source file, and Bernardo says "yes."