I would suggest that your best source of your deposition is your own attorney or
your personal files.
I provided Steve with his deposition -- although I think
his best source would be his own files -- because I
asked questions directly
based on testimony he gave. I have not asked any questions from your deposition
or other testimony. If you know of testimony that might add perspective to the
subject, I would welcome receiving it.
have asked about a very small portion of Steve's deposition -- the disposition
of $5,000 that he says was
converted into a cashier's check and hidden under a
mattress to keep the funds from the IRS. And, of less
disposition of $30 that Steve testified was used for lawn care work -- a
mistake, Steve says.
Steve's statements in the deposition, especially about the
$5,000, are clear and unambiguous. Feel free to add to them.
communications to us you have said that no money from the Citizens' Fund was
misused. Thus, the
disposition of these funds is relevant. I would be surprised
if you don't recall testimony you gave on these matters;
or if you gave
testimony. If you would like to disclose records that show the disposition of
the funds, I would certainly
consider those records. Of, if you recall facts
other than those related by Steve in his deposition, that would be helpful.
"Absolute truth is a very rare and dangerous commodity
in the context of professional journalism."
-- Hunter S. Thompson
From: Jane Akre [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 5:12 PM
To: John Sugg
Subject: Re: Use of funds
In order to further this discussion along and to answer your questions, I've
found mr mcdaniels often
asks the same questions of steve as of me. I
dont recall what was said in october 99 only that a depo was taken .
you please provide me with my deposition taken in october 99-- so i can refresh
my recollection about
the events you are asking about.
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