Update: The award for the morally warped TV station that hired Brizzi goes to WISH-TV. Here is Brizzi getting paid to defend his judgment as the former prosecutor in the Bisard case. I can't say I'm surprised it's WISH-TV.
In case you were thinking Brizzi simply refused to offer comment to Fox59 News because of all of the hard-hitting investigative pieces Russ McQuaid did on the corruption in his office, think again. He refused to comment to WRTV-6 News as well, citing his contract with WISH-TV:
Brizzi told WISH-TV, where he now serves as a legal analyst, that he believes Curry is taking a risk by bringing back in the blood draw evidence. He said the move could be seen as political, and that it could cause the jury to question the handling of the overall investigation.
Brizzi declined to comment on the case to 6News, citing his exclusive contract with another television station.