3 Tonight legislators in Northeast Florida are still trying to digest a surprise they found in their email boxes - a document from State Attorney Angela Corey's office, detailing their case against Marissa Alexander. The document points out what's been reported about the case - and what it says are the FACTS. The letter showed up at the same time lawmakers are debating changes in the Stand Your Ground law. Channel 4's Scott Johnson has been digging deeper - he joins us now live with more on what he's uncovered. 3 three pages laying out their case ... and I showed this to alexander supporters who don't feel it tells the whole story. 3 the letter from angela corey's office to state legislators says "It has been erroneously reported that Alexander fired a warning shot into the ceiling in order to escape her abusive husband".It says after an argument Alexander "walked through the kitchen, through the laundry room, and then into the garage, where she retrieved her 9mm handgun"... "Ms.Alexander had ample time and opportunity to leave the home" It goes on to poke holes in Alexander's stand your ground defense... "She claimed she could not leave the home because the garage door was not working. In fact, police checked the garage door and found it to be in normal working order" I showed this letter to Angie Nixon with Florida New Majority ... a group that supports alexander's release.ANGIE NIXON/FLORIDA NEW MAJORITY 16:51:06 - we feel this state attorney's office is cherrypicking which facts they want to present to the general public. Nixon says there's a lot left out of this letter. 16:51:14 - The state attorney's office has not told everyone what rico gray has in fact stated in his sworn deposition... as well as conflicting testimonies children gave. we asked local attorney gene nichols why the state attorney's office would send this to florida legislators from the duval delegation... he says current debates in tallahassee are the likely reason. GENE NICHOLS 18:10:13 - to send the legislature a signal that they believe marissa alexander's case that the legislators should be ocnsidering when considering laws like stand your ground and the like. Another aspect of this case the letter addresses - reports that Alexander had a restraining order on Rico Gray at the time of the shooting. The letter states that the couple had a mutual "no violence" court order - against each other - that did allow contact with one another. scott, you first reported to us last week that this group "florida new majority", has been looking at candidates to run against Angela Corey when she's up for re-election in 2016. Do we know the status of that push?