The four are expected to speak on Tuesday at
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Krzak said on Monday that seven of the women recently hired his firm,
While the firm has not yet filed any lawsuits, he said it is conducting an in-depth investigation into what happened. He said the firm is waiting to get access to several pieces of evidence, including a broken carabiner clip, which held up the mechanism that suspended the women and which local investigators said snapped into three pieces.
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