That was one-sided, they should have sent someone a little more knowledgable, Mathis didn’t even know the factual basis behind the allegations. Considering he was one of the researchers, that does not bode well for the film. Of course, it sounds like the Nat’l Geographic publisher was not really forced out.
I read the Dover opinion and that 92% claim is demonstrably false. A good part of the opinion related to whether the court had the power to intervene. I sincerely doubt the Court lifted the ACLU’s brief. In these cases it is necessary to set forth the legal standard (in the is case the Lemon Test) and it is possible all sides used the same language since the prongs of the test come from the same source. Some judges do lift parts of the briefs of one side when making their ruling, but it’s considered lazy.