Here are 3 *indisputable* facts - form your own opinion about the reporter's motivations and intent:
1) If Broder had charged just 10 to 15 minutes AT MOST longer at the Milford Supercharger (rather than only to 72% as he did, he would likely easily have had the estimated and (well over actual range) for his ~55 mile return in the AM. (Tesla instructed him to fully charge at the Superchargers)
2) If Broder had plugged in overnight L1 120v at the hotel, " " (he claims ignorance about this being recommended)
3) If Broder had charged just 15 to 30 minutes more AT MOST at the Norwich Public Utilities L2 stations (6.6 kWh, ~"25 miles per hour" range added) " "
This facts combined with his reported pre-scandal level of detail in understanding his kWh charged, state of charge, and estimated range are entered into evidence.