walker morris certainly were. caisley personally I don't know. All irrelevent though as the post i linked to was in relation to guilfoyle deciding who his preferred bidder was and ignoring other bidders - which seems to be the course he was pursuing in our case as well until the public meeting forced him to acknowledge the other potential investors.
You may have your suspicions but I really don't think the evidence stretches that far. I don't think making statements to the press asking bidders to come forward and then attending a public meeting which he didn't need to attend would support the conclusion he was seeking a private arrangement with a preferred bidder to serve some ulterior motive i.e a seperate and prior agreement with Chris Caisley.