Here is an interview his would-be attorney gave recently, which seems like an attempt to drum up legal defense funds for both an appeal and a related case. I didn't listen to the whole thing, but found the attorney didn't sound crazy at all. Significantly, he didn't characterize the prosecuting attorneys as being stupid, ignorant fools, talk sovrun, or engage in any other major stupidity (though he did entertain the thoughts of an obviously sovrun-brain-addled caller who rambled on about how there was a conflict of interest because the judge is paid by the government). He did raise all of the salient points one would expect him to raise, questioning use of informants and entrapment defense points, credibility of state witnesses, alleged unfair treatment of Cox, etc.
I totally disagree with the whole sovcit mindset, but I have to say it says something at least "decent" about Cox if he can get along with this guy, in that most sovruns would be busy saying that they want no attorney involved and spouting gibberish. The attorney in this interview didn't espouse any gibberish (at least not at the beginning), and seemed to give credit to the other professionals involved. From the brief part I listened to, he represented him before and they still are on speaking terms. Put it like this - I can't imagine hearing the same from an attorney that Dean Clifford would want to hire!
Not saying Cox is an angel, not saying I have any kind of firsthand knowledge here (unlike others) but there are some talking points that go beyond the whole "he thinks he is his own country" nonsense that we hear from these guys usually. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drkate/201 ... -our-minds