I read his whole multipage microscopic print letter, and read the stories posted at The Miles City Star web site. I think the original letter is posted here somewhere.
I don't exactly see what he's trying to clear or accomplish. The case against him was dismissed.
If he would have just shut up no one would have even remembered by now, however, since he keeps picking at a scab the wound won't heal, and he's spent an immense amount of time, effort, and money over essentially nothing. He took it all the way to the Montana Supreme Court losing at every step.
I haven't heard the radio ads, but as far as I understand it, the jist of his original argument was that he wanted his case dismissed "with prejudice" instead of being dismissed "without prejudice".
I also heard through the grapevine that he likely did sell alcohol to the minor, but because it was around midnight or whenever, the cop made a mistake and put the wrong date on a form.
If he wants to clear his name, IMO, he should not be creating a pile of paperwork, probably a foot high, all the way to the Montana Supreme Court, and then publicly announcing he intends to get arrested over what would be a completely different issue.
One thing you can say about Dick is that he apparently supports his local economy -- printers, the local newspaper, radio station, etc. Too bad he got a lawyer out of Billings.