Witness signs affidavit he was at the Manoogian Mansion Party and Mike Cox WAS THERE.
I said it from day one when Mike Cox supposedly got handed this investigation on this Manoogian Party and that when over he would say it was just a Urban Myth. And that sooner or later it would all come out and it would be proven that Mike Cox was himself an attendee at that party he claimed didn’t ever exist.
In a Statement from Mike Cox: it is absolutely Ridiculous, we have over 800,000 jobless and you want to talk about HOW I COVERED THIS WHOLE KWAME MESS UP ALONG WITH EVERYONE ELSE?
WELL YES WE DO. And why? Not because you are some at the present moment Republican front runner in the Governor’s race because in reality if you do become the Republican nominee, there isn’t a Democrat you could beat. No, we want to talk about it because Mike Cox is a LIAR, PERIOD.
And it is no surprise to me that the individuals hired to be security would themselves have criminal records, after all isn’t that why they were ever hired to begin with? In case if anyone did find out this party did happen and they came forward and talk about being there that they could say. HEY LOOK AT THIS GUYS RECORD. HE’S NOT TRUST WORTHY, HE’S BEEN ARRESTED AND DID TIME.
And that is exactly why these kinds of people were HIRED. But just one thing here. Nobody anticipated Carlita Kilpatrick coming home to beat the dancer that was hired to perform at this kind of party. And that the dancer would end up being bullet riddled to death. And from that a chain train wreck would happen because of it. With this young woman ending up dead, why would even a Biker come forward and not be scared he’d end up the same damn way?
The reality of all this is, Paramedics in the past have spoken that they treated Tamara Green and she told them a party held by the at the time Mayor of Detroit took place. And that his wife beat her. So why is everybody now saying this is the first for anything. Information has came out, just not this concrete. Why in the world would somebody who has the chance of going to prison for two years if lying, sign his name to an affidavit? If somebody said hey do this and we will pay you a couple million bucks after you come out, I doubt anyone who has been to prison would want to give up two years of their freedom for such a thing. Just to burn Mike Cox? I rather think not. To me the only one from the start who could burn Mike Cox would be Mike Cox.
So save all these details that the man giving the details willing to sign his name has had a shady past. WE ALREADY KNOW THAT. THAT’S WHY THESE KINDS OF PEOPLE WERE CHOSEN.
So if they did talk it would be their character put under the magnifying glass and scrutiny, to once again DIVERT off what is the real story here. And believe me by time it really gets going your going to find out that Tamara Green’s murder was not only covered up by the Mayor, Mayors Family, Mayor’s Friends, Mayors Friends Friends and the Attorney General himself Mike Cox. But that some had a direct connection with her death. Kwame Kirkpatrick and Carlita Kirkpatrick are already saying they’re going to take the FIFTH on any Depositions about Tamara Green. And what does this tell you?
There is a ton of dirty laundry that nobody has yet to touch on. The former Mayor is in JAIL because he is a Liar.
A party took place but no one in their wildest imagination could of foreseen the chain of events that would come from it. Especially the death of a dancer hired to perform there. Mike Cox was already knee deep in shit for having been there to begin with. Do you actually think a Attorney General would admit OH YEAH, I got a Lap Dance from a stripper. Then the guys wife who threw the party ( who just happened to be the Mayor ) came home and beat her senseless, than she ended up DEAD. OH YEAH I ADMIT so entire career can be flushed down the toilet. Like this would be the first in a politicians life? It would be even worse for the Attorney General, whose job it is to uphold the law. And prosecute criminals.
Yes Knee Deep.
- January 25, 2010: AG Cox Finishes Greene Deposition
- December 4, 2009: Ex-MSP Lt. Col. Talks On Mansion Case
- December 2, 2009: 4Defender: Manoogian Mansion Probe
- December 1, 2009: MSP Trooper Testifies In Greene Case
- November 11, 2009: Deposition Date For Cox Set
- November 11, 2009: Judge Orders Review Of Greene File
- November 8, 2009: Lawyer: Greene Case Tapes Disappear
- October 30, 2009: AG Cox To Be Deposed In Greene Case
- October 22, 2009: Officer: Greene’s Case Was Stalled
- October 22, 2009: Detective Testifies In Greene Suit
- October 16, 2009: Cops File Motion To Prevent Testifying
- October 1, 2009: Authorities Reopen Tamara Greene Case
- September 25, 2009: Urban Legend — Or Is It More?
- September 25, 2009: Defenders: Tamara Greene Investigation
- August 13, 2009: Lawyers See Stripper’s Homicide File
- July 9, 2009: Son Of Tamara Greene Deposed
- February 15, 2009: Lawyer Won’t See Texts In Greene Case
- January 21, 2009: Motion Filed To See Texts In Greene Case
- December 18, 2008: Mayor’s Office Says Texts In Greene Case Are Private
- October 21, 2008: Released: Witness List In Slain Dancer Lawsuit
- September 14, 2008: Greene’s Attorney Closer To Obtaining Text Messages
- September 12, 2008: Judge Orders City Release More Text Messages
August 21, 2008: EMS Apologizes To Green’s Family For Not Coming Forward
- May 14, 2008: Yatooma Says Greene Case Takes Step In Right Direction
- May 5, 2008: Greene’s Other Children Join Brother In Lawsuit
- April 15, 2008: Judge Denies City’s Request To Halt Greene Lawsuit
- April 10, 2008: City Accused Of Stalling Murder Investigation
- March 27, 2008: City Gets New Lawyer in Greene Case
- March 26, 2008: City Lawyer Off Tamara Greene Case
- March 26, 2008: Greene Lawyer 1 Step Closer To Text Messages
- March 20, 2008: Yatooma: City Council Lawyer Playing Both Fields
- March 20, 2008: Greene’s Pastor: She Knew People Were Out To Kill Her
- March 18, 2008: Greene Case Could Lead To More Investigations
- March 14, 2008: Magistrate To Review Text Messages In Slain Stripper Case
- March 11, 2008: Crime Stoppers Says It Handled Greene Tip Properly
- March 11, 2008: Witness: Stripper Claimed Mayor’s Wife Assaulted Her
- March 6, 2008: Chief Denounces Claim Police Killed Tamara Greene
- March 6, 2008: Bowman: Police Killed Tamara Greene
- February 19, 2008: Crimestoppers To Aid In Green Murder Investigation
- February 12, 2008: 18,000 City Officials’ Records Subpoenaed
- February 9, 2008: Text Messages Of City Officials Sought In Greene Lawsuit
On a spring day in 2003, State Police detectives headed out of Detroit police headquarters with a box of evidence that had them wondering whether they might unlock the truth of a rumored wild party at the Manoogian Mansion. But they never found out.
As they pressed the down button on an elevator and tried to leave, Detroit police executives confronted them and refused to let the evidence — a cache of 911 dispatch tapes or cops’ computer files — out of the building, according to never-disclosed testimony obtained by the Free Press.
A day later, when State Police went back to a vault where both sides had agreed to store the 36 tapes in a sealed box, the investigators found the seal broken and 30 tapes missing, according to the testimony.
“We were appalled,” State Police Detective Sgt. Mark Krebs said in a six-hour deposition that provides other new details about the internal tensions that roiled the investigation of the alleged party and its purported connection to the slaying of Tamara Greene, a stripper who was said to have danced at the party.
Krebs testified that Attorney General Mike Cox rushed to wrap up the probe. “The investigation was shut down much too early,” the detective said under oath in a lawsuit filed by Greene’s family.
On Friday, Cox scoffed at any suggestion that he cut the investigation short. He said State Police interviewed scores of witnesses and looked at other evidence, but found nothing….. story continues…
I’m a Big Boy, I’m a Marine, I can take the shots.
We shall see. Kwame brought Kwame down, and Cox will bring down Cox. Lies always have a way of coming back to haunt people. And we can see where it’s gotten K. Kilpatrick. It wasn’t really the Investigators or the Prosecutor that got K.K. as much as it was his own lies. One lie told after another after another after another. So many lies being told you start to forget your own story. When your telling the truth, only one story can be told and it doesn’t ever get waivered because it is the truth. In the end a Liar will always keep changing the story inventing new lies to cover up the already existing ones they have told. In the end they tell on themselves. The first at a low volume until the last when it’s BLASTING SO LOUD IT BLOWS OUT THE EAR DRUMS. And blows your own ass right into prison where you belong. Who knows maybe Kwame and Mike can share a cell and laugh about the good old days. That’s what Delusions cause.
MIKE COX: Where was this guy 8 years ago, 7 years ago. This guy can’t be trusted because of his long criminal past.
Why he is even more believable. If your going to have security at a thing like this. Who would you hire, a BOY SCOUT? No you would have people with criminal pasts so you could fall back on this excuse if need be.
Is this guy telling the truth? We’ll find out. But don’t use the excuse look at the guys past criminal record. Because that’s exactly what you would want in case they ran their mouth to what was suppose to be very private. None of these people thought a murder would come from a party. It took a while for the EMS workers to come forward as well.
People lie to cover up so they won’t go to prison, they don’t invent a lie signing affidavit’s knowing they will. Unless they suffer from total stupidity or have zero brain function which means they couldn’t make up a lie if they wanted to. This man isn’t a prisoner exchanging information for a plea deal. He is a free man not awaiting any charges of any kind.
So why leak the name of this individual? But this part is still remarkably total idiocy by this K.K. lawyer.
Report: Detroit police removed 30 tapes from probe into Manoogian Mansion party
Published: Sunday, November 08, 2009, 6:26 PM Updated: Sunday, November 08, 2009, 8:00 PM
A Michigan State Police detective testified that Detroit police prevented him from reviewing tapes of 911 calls and computer files that might have contained evidence of a rumored party at the official mayoral residence in 2003, a newspaper reported Sunday.
The Detroit Free Press quoted Sgt. Mark Krebs as saying in a sworn deposition that senior city police officials barred him from taking a box of 36 tapes from Detroit police headquarters shortly after the April 30, 2003, drive-by shooting of exotic dancer Tamara Greene, who was said to have performed at the never-proven party.
Krebs testified that when he and other state detectives returned to police headquarters the next day to collect the box of tapes, they found 30 tapes missing.
“We were appalled,” Krebs said in a six-hour deposition obtained by the newspaper. He testified in a lawsuit brought by Greene’s family alleging city officials and police undermined the investigation of her death.
Former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, police officials and lawyers for the city have denied the allegation.
Krebs said he was unsure whether the tapes that investigators had subpoenaed contained 911 dispatch calls or backup files from police executive computers. In either case, Detroit police officials would not let the tapes leave headquarters, Krebs said.
In a compromise, the tapes were sealed in a box and locked in a walk-in vault. The next day, Krebs said, investigators discovered the seal was broken and 30 tapes were missing.
Detroit Police Cmdr. Russell Decrease, who Krebs said refused to hand over the tapes on orders from senior officials, declined to comment on Krebs’ testimony.
State Police Lt. Curtis Schram, who also worked the investigation of Greene’s death, has testified in a separate case that Detroit police told state investigators they removed the 30 tapes because they had turned over too much information.
Krebs also testified that Attorney General Mike Cox impeded the state’s investigation, but Cox said that was not the case.
“To this day, no one in the State Police, our office or the media has identified someone who was there or could provide any evidence in a courtroom that there was a party,” Cox said.
Krebs testified he never found anybody who attended the party.
Attorney Jeffrey Morganroth, who represents former Kilpatrick chief of staff Christine Beatty in the lawsuit, said it was curious that “most of the focus seems to be on the rumored party when the case is supposed to be about Greene’s death.”
Cox has agreed to sit for a deposition in the Greene case, but a date hasn’t been set.
Detroit Police Chief Warren Evans recently assigned the investigation of Greene’s murder to a local, state and federal violent crimes task force. Detroit police and the FBI declined to comment on the investigation.
_ Information from: Detroit Free Press, http://www.freep.com
Well Warren Evans is certainly not here anymore? Every local news channel reporter questioned why such a big deal was made over Warren Evans so called Reality Show Tape. And that SOME OTHER TYPE OF POLITICS was really behind Evans demise.
Just posing the ?
Biker can be overshadowed with Shady Past. But what about State Police who also stated and testified in depositions long ago that they felt Detroit City Police conspired to hide tapes. Again there is more to this story than meets the eye.
But if I was a reporter I would start inquiring what happened with Brook Jordan/Liszak.
Or maybe this is the ace in the hole?
Again Stay Tuned……
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