1) The lawsuit filed by Garland Camper, the former Pulaski County coroner, that alleges he was fired for improper racial reasons.
2) The steamy answer filed by Pulaski County detailing Camper's alleged extracurricular activities with an employee, including sex in the morgue. This was said to be the real reason he was fired. As opposed to the original story. Camper did get under the skin of law enforcement officials with his propensity to play Quincy for reporters at crime scenes.
All the allegations are there — strip club encounter, hot texting, spousal secrets, efforts at legal payoffs on a sexual harassment claim, sex in the morgue with a former employee followed by rehiring for a county job, Camper's many disputes with other public agencies.
One question lingers: How stupid is it to file a lawsuit against people known to possess this kind of damaging information?