I think perhaps the takeaway from here is to not trust what is being said, go with your gut... and move any services off GoDaddy ;). Would be nice if like Google or Amazon they would release a real post-mortem post. Even if it's an internal 'uh-oh' I trust companies that are willing to admit to mistakes.
Possible but highly unlikely. Godaddy is "old school" which means they will release as little info as necessary and move on. They aren't interested in the hacker community. Their primary market is SMB's.