From the report by KOAM's Jordan Aubey:
Bajjali, according to his attorney, did nothing wrong and doesn't owe the city or residents of Joplin anything.
We asked if people are entitled to an explanation of what really happened with Wallace Bajjali.
"No, I do not think people are entitled to have an answer from my client. I think my client has the right to respond in court where it should be responded to," says Fleischaker.
Bajjali claims he was never told that the city was suing him. A judge will decide if he gets a new trial.