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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

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Plaintiff ,
-against-

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DONTAE SEBBERN,
DEXTER WAITERS,

United States Courthouse
Brooklyn, New York

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Defendant.

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10-CR-87

December 12, 2012
9:30 o'clock a.m.

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TRANSCRIPT OF TRIAL
BEFORE THE HONORABLE SANDRA L. TOWNES
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE, and a jury.

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APPEARANCES:

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For the Government:

LORETTA LYNCH
United States Attorney
BY: SHREVE ARIAIL
KEVIN TROWEL
DAVID SARRATT
Assistant United States Attorneys
271 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York

For the Defendants:

LLOYD EPSTEIN, ESQ.
ANDREW GABLE, ESQ.
Attorneys for D. Sebbern

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MARK DeMARCO, ESQ.
KARLOFF COMMISSIONG, ESQ.
Attorneys for D. Waiters

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Court Reporter:

Charleane M. Heading
225 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York
(718) 613-2643

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Proceedings recorded by mechanical stenography, transcript
produced by computer-aided transcription.

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(In open court; jury not present.)

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THE CLERK:

Criminal cause for trial, docket number

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10-CR-87, the United States of America versus Dexter Waiters

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and Dontae Sebbern.

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Counsel, please state your names for the record
beginning with the government.

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MR. ARIAIL:

Good morning, Your Honor.

Shreve

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Ariail, David Sarratt and Kevin Trowel with Joel Kaleta for

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the United States.

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THE COURT:

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MR. EPSTEIN:

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Sebbern.

Good morning.

Good morning, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

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MR. DeMARCO:

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for Mr.

Lloyd Epstein and Andrew Gable for Mr.

Good morning.
Mark DeMarco and Karloff Commissiong

Waiters who is here.

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THE COURT:

Good morning.

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Juror Number Five called.

Please be seated.
You know, I don't let

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them have their cell phones upstairs, but when he went down to

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get his cellphone last night, he had a message that his mother

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had been rushed to the hospital and he called to say that she

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is having emergency surgery this morning and he will not be

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here.

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He gave us a telephone number for Long Island Jewish

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Hospital, but they won't give us any information and, you

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know, that's understandable.

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So what's your position, beginning with the
government?

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MR. SARRATT:

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THE COURT:

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(Pause.)

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MR. SARRATT:

Can we have just a moment, Your Honor?

Yes.

Your Honor, under the circumstances, I

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don't know what else we can do except excuse the juror or

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wait, but given the holidays looming, we do still have two

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alternates.

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I think from my perspective, the best course is

to move ahead.

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THE COURT:

Yes.

We have three alternates.

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MR. SARRATT:

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THE CLERK:

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MR. SARRATT:

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us with two remaining alternates.

I thought we excused one last night.

Yes.

You had four.

Sorry.

I meant to say this will leave

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THE COURT:

Yes, you're correct.

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MR. SARRATT:

If we excuse the juror.

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MR. EPSTEIN:

Your Honor, I would prefer to wait.

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It seems to me the juror probably will be able to come back

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either later today or tomorrow.

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THE COURT:

Well, I'm not going to wait until

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tomorrow.

I do have his cell phone number.

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to contact him to see if he can give me any time.

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We will adjourn just for a few minutes.

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(Recess taken.)

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(In open court.)

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THE COURT:

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I spoke with Juror Number Five who

indicates that his mother is 85.
As I said, she was rushed to the hospital.

She has

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had surgery.

The family has not spoken to the doctors yet so

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he doesn't know the results of that and he can't give me any

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time limitations at this point.

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He asked if I could wait until noon and if he hears

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anything before that, he'll call me, but he thinks definitely

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he can give me information by noon time so I am going to hold

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off until noon to begin.

All right.

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MR. SARRATT:

Yes, Your Honor.

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MR. EPSTEIN:

Thank you, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

Thank you.

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A F T E R N O O N

S E S S I O N

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(In open court; jury not present.)

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THE CLERK:

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10-CR-70.

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Dexter Waiters.

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United States of America versus Dontae Sebbern and

government.
MR. ARIAIL:

Good afternoon.

THE COURT:

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MR. EPSTEIN:
Mr. Sebbern.

Good afternoon.
Lloyd Epstein and Andrew Gable for

Good afternoon, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

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MR. DeMARCO:

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Good afternoon.
And Mark DeMarco and Karloff

Commission for Mr. Waiters.

Good afternoon, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

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Can Counsel come up?

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Good afternoon.
I just have a question to ask

you.

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(Side bar conference.)

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THE COURT:

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Does the government intend to call

Officer Edelman?

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Shreve Ariail, David

Sarratt, Kevin Trowel and Joe Kaleta for the United States.

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Docket

Counsel, state your appearances beginning with the

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Criminal cause for trial.

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He will be our first witness in just a

moment.
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Well, I do have to give a limiting

instruction with regard to his testimony and if no one has

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suggestions --

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MR. DeMARCO:

Actually, Mr. Sarratt and I discussed

broaching the subject with you at the side bar.

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THE COURT:

Oh, okay.

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MR. DeMARCO:

I'm sure the Court's general

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instruction about the evidence is to be, the statement is to

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be viewed against, as evidence against Mr. Sebbern, how --

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THE COURT:

The statement.

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MR. SARRATT:

Correct.

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THE COURT:

But the selling itself, where he was

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arrested, he was in possession.

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being offered to show the existence of the conspiracy.

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MR. SARRATT:

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THE COURT:

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Yes.

I thought that was

That's true.

And evidence of the conspiracy in Count

Nine, the drug distribution.

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MR. SARRATT:

That's correct.

We think

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Detective Edelman's testimony is admissible against both

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defendants.

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MR. DeMARCO:

No, but there's a stipulation -- I'm

MR. SARRATT:

But the statement, Mr. DeMarco and I

sorry.

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agreed a limiting instruction would be appropriate and he and

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I were discussing it just before.

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THE COURT:

Yes.

I think the limiting instruction

has to go to the testimony of Officer Edelman because it's

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testimony about an incident that is not charged in this

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indictment.

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MR. SARRATT:

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THE COURT:

Oh, so you're saying --

So I would have have to tell them that

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it's being offered by the government of proof, as proof that

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the conspiracy in Count Nine existed at this time and they can

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only consider it for that purpose and not propensity or --

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which it's being offered.

That is the purpose for

I don't know if defense counsel

wants that instruction.

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You're right.

MR. DeMARCO:

I think that that would be more the

government's argument in summation, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

You don't want the limiting instruction?

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MR. DeMARCO:

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-- no, not as to Officer Edelman.

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the statement that's going in by stipulation.

Well, we never thought as to Officer

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THE COURT:

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MR. SARRATT:

Is it okay with you?

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MR. EPSTEIN:

The statement is coming in against

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Mr. Sebbern in any circumstances.

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THE COURT:

Yes.

I do want a limiting as to

And I wanted to give a limiting

instructions for the statement no matter what.

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Definitely.

Right.

But now I'm talking about the actual

incident.

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MR. EPSTEIN:

No.

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MR. SARRATT:

You do not want one?

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MR. EPSTEIN:

No.

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MR. DeMARCO:

Nor do I, Your Honor.

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THE COURT:

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If you don't want one, then I won't give

it.

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THE COURT:

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THE COURT:

Thank you.

Okay.

I'm glad I called you up.

Thank you, Your Honor.

We'll bring the jury in.

We have juror

number five now.

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MR. SARRATT:

Thank you, Your Honor.

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(Sidebar ends.)

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(In open court.)

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THE COURT:

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(Jury enters.)

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THE COURT:

Please be seated.

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THE COURT:

Good afternoon everyone.

Well bring the jury in.

Let the record

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reflect that all of the jurors are present, Counsel, both

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defendants.

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Mr. Sarratt?

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MR. SARRATT:

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calls Detective Matthew Edelman.

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THE CLERK:

Thank you, Your Honor.

Good afternoon.

The government

Please raise your right

hand.

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(Witness sworn.)

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THE CLERK:

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Please state your name and spell it for the record.

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THE WITNESS:

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Thank you.

Please take a seat.

Detective Matthew Edelman, last name

is E-D-E-L-M-A-N.

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THE COURT:

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THE WITNESS:

M-A-T-T-H-E-W.

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MR. SARRATT:

May I proceed, Your Honor?

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THE COURT:

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MATTHEW

EDELMAN

How do you spell your first name?

Yes.
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called as a witness, having been first duly sworn,

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was examined and testified as follows:

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DIRECT EXAMINATION

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BY MR. SARRATT:

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Detective Edelman, good afternoon.

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Good afternoon.

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How are you employed?

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By the New York City Police Department.

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And how long have you been with the NYPD?

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Approximately eleven years.

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What's your current assignment within the NYPD?

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I'm a detective in the Staten Island gang squad.

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How long have you been in that position?

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Approximately six years.

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What was your assignment with the NYPD before that?

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I was assigned to the Staten Island anti-crime unit.

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And what about before that?

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Before that, I was in the 123 precinct.

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was a housing cop in Brooklyn.

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Okay.

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That's the south shore of Staten Island.

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I want to direct your attention now to June of 2005.

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Before that, I

Where's the 123 precinct?

What was your assignment at that time?

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My assignment was the Staten Island anti-crime unit.

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And specifically now, I'll direct your attention to the

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date of June 13, 2005.

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Were you working that day?

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Yes, I was.

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Did you arrest anyone?

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Yes, I did.

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Who did you arrest?

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I arrested an individual by the name of Dontae Sebbern.

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Where, where did you make that arrest?

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I made that arrest on Castleton Avenue and Port Richmond

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Avenue and I see that individual in court today.

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The individual you arrested?

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Yes, I do.

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If you will, please, stand and then you can indicate

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where he's sitting by an article of clothing he's wearing?

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He's wearing a black suit with a blue shirt.

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second person sitting at that table right there.

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MR. SARRATT:

Indicating the defendant, if the

record may reflect that.

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THE COURT:

Yes.

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MR. SARRATT:

The witness has identified the

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defendant.

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Castleton Avenue and Port Richmond Avenue?

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Yes.

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What neighborhood is that?

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Port Richmond.

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And that's on Staten Island?

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Yes, it is.

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How is it that you came to arrest the defendant Dontae

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Sebbern?

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Accord, traveling on Castleton Avenue.

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license plate on the vehicle so I conducted a car stop on that

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vehicle.

You arrested Dontae Sebbern that day and you said on

I observed a vehicle, it was an older model tan Honda

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There was no rear

I exited my vehicle and as I approached the Honda

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Accord, I observed what appeared to be a temporary

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registration plate hanging in the back window.

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A temporary license plate?

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Right.

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Okay.

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window was tinted so heavily.

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specifics of the paper plate.

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Unfortunately, I couldn't make it out because the back

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I could not make out the

As I approached the driver's side of the Honda

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Accord, I observed the defendant, Mr. Sebbern, he was seated

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in the car, in the driver's seat by himself.

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in the vehicle.

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hand me the paper plate for inspection.

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You asked him to give you the paper plate?

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Yes.

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Okay.

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Yes, he did.

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Okay.

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At that point, I inspected the paper plate and realized

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it was fake.

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How could you tell it was fake?

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Well, the color scheme was completely off.

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supposed to be blue and the colors were yellow.

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was supposed to fill out his information.

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was no information, the address of the dealership.

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no dealer signature and there was no expiration date on the

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paper plate.

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you believed that the temporary tag was a fake?

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Nobody else was

I asked him to step out of the vehicle and

Did he do that?

What happened next?

It was
The dealer

It wasn't.

There

There was

So based on your experience then, just by observation,

Yes.

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Okay.

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Well, I asked him where he received the plate from and he

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stated to me that he paid $150 on the street for it.

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So what did you do at that point?

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At that point, I placed him under arrest for possession

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of a forged instrument.

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Okay.

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So what did you do at that point?

What happened after you placed him under arrest?
Did you ask him for a driver's license or anything

like that?

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believe he had a driver's license.

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It was just a learner's permit?

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I believe so.

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Okay.

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I remembered he had a New York State permit.

I don't

So you placed him under arrest, you said.
What did you do?

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Well, we went back to Staten Island central booking which

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is located at the 112 precinct.

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search incident to lawful arrest of the defendant and during

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that search, I recovered 27 small purple Ziploc bags of crack

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inside his left sneaker in the front where your toes would be

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wrapped in plastic Saran wrap.

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larger bag?

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plastic wrapper.

At that point, I conducted a

They were all, all of the bags of crack were in one

All those smaller purple zips were located in like a

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Okay.

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Twenty-seven.

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I want to back up for a second.

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How many bags did you say it was?

As you're on the way to the precinct, do you

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remember the defendant saying anything to you?

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To me?

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Let's say to anyone else.

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Well, as I was putting him in the, in my police vehicle,

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he recognized somebody walking down Castleton Avenue.

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unidentified.

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from the neighborhood but I remember him yelling to this

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individual to go to his house and get his sneakers in his

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house because he didn't want to go to the precinct with the

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sneakers he was wearing.

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my sneakers, go home, switch my sneakers, go home, get my

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sneakers.

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I don't know who he is.

He's

He must have known him

So he kept repeating:

Go home, get

I didn't allow that to happen and just drove away

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from the location.

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Okay.

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In the sneaker.

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Now, you said it was crack cocaine.

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did you know it was crack cocaine?

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well as a lab result from the police lab.

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And where did you find the crack?

How did you or how

Well, from my prior arrests and training, experience, as

Okay.

But at the time, you simply observed that it

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appeared to you to be crack cocaine?

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Yes.

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And that was based on your training and experience as a

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police officer?

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Correct.

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Can you just describe for the jury what the substance

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physically looked like?

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MR. EPSTEIN:

We'll stipulate that it was crack

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MR. SARRATT:

That's fine.

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cocaine.

All right.

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What did you do with the crack cocaine after, after you

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recovered it then?

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department custody.

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future reference and that crack was sent to the police

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laboratory for analysis.

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check with the property clerk to see if that crack cocaine

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that you had vouchered was still in existence?

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Yes, I did.

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And was it still in existence?

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No.

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And were you informed that it had been destroyed?

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Yes.

I vouchered it which is taking it into official police
It's assigned a unique voucher number for

In preparation for your testimony here today, did you

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Your Honor, no further questions for

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Detective Edelman at this time.

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THE COURT:

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MR. EPSTEIN:

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THE COURT:

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MR. DeMARCO:

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THE COURT:

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(Witness steps down.)

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MR. SARRATT:

Mr. Epstein?
No questions.

Mr. DeMarco?
No questions.

You may step down.

Thank you.

Your Honor, at this time, the

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government would like to read a stipulation which has been

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marked ST-10.

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THE COURT:

Yes.

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MR. SARRATT:

It is hereby stipulated and agreed by

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and between the United States and the defendant Dontae Sebbern

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as follows.

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On July 5, 2005, the defendant Dontae Sebbern

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appeared in an official proceeding in Staten Island and

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New York during which he was represented by counsel.

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being placed under oath, Dontae Sebbern was asked whether on

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the date of June 13, 2005, in the vicinity of Castleton Avenue

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and Port Richmond Avenue on Staten Island, he knowingly and

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unlawfully possessed a substance containing more than

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one-eighth of an ounce of a substance that is against the law.

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Dontae Sebbern answered yes, stating that those facts are

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true.

After

Dontae Sebbern was then asked what substance did you

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possess.

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is admissible in evidence at trial.

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Dontae Sebbern answered cocaine.

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This stipulation

And that's marked Government Exhibit ST-10.

The

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government moves to admit Government Exhibit ST-10 at this

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time.

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THE COURT:

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I signed the stipulation, Your Honor.

Well, I know you did, but I have to make

a record of this, okay?

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I will receive Government's Exhibit ST-10.

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THE COURT:

Members of the jury, I do have a

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limiting instruction for you at this time and it's very

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important because we have two defendants who are being tried

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here.

They are tried separately, even though this is a single

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trial.

You must consider every count separately and against

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each defendant separately.

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The stipulation that we have just had received into

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the record and read to you is a stipulation regarding a

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statement made by Mr. Sebbern.

You may not consider that

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statement against Mr. Waiters.

It is entered only for your

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consideration as to Mr. Sebbern.

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Can everyone follow that instruction?

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the government would request that we take a very brief recess

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so that we can be prepared to move forward with the testimony

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of our next witness.

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THE COURT:

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Just a few minutes and we'll

call you back in.

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All right.

Please remember my admonitions.
case.

Do not discuss the

Keep an open mind.

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THE COURT:

All right.

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MR. ARIAIL:

Thank you, Your Honor.

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(Witness takes the stand)

2

(Jury now present)

3

THE COURT: Please be seated.

The jurors are

4

present, counsel and both defendants, and we have a witness on

5

the stand who must be sworn.

6

A M O S

7

testified as follows:

8
9

B O O N E

THE CLERK:

,

having been first duly sworn,

Please state your name and spell it for

the record.

10

THE WITNESS: Amos Boone A-M-O-S B-O-O-N-E.

11

MR. SARRETT: May I approach, Your Honor?

12

THE COURT:

Yes, you may.

13

DIRECT EXAMINATION

14

BY MR. SARRATT:

15

Q

Mr. Boone, good afternoon.

16

A

Good afternoon.

17

Q

Mr. Boone, are you in prison?

18

A

Yes.

19

Q

Why are you in prison?

20

A

Conspiracy to distribute drugs with firearm.

21

Q

Did you plead guilty to those charges?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Have you also commented other crimes?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

You have been in prison before, correct?

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Yes.

2

Q

Did you plead guilty before Judge Townes or before a

3

different judge?

4

A

Different juge.

5

Q

How much time are you facing for the crimes that you

6

pleaded guilty to?

7

A

Fifteen to life.

8

Q

You said you pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute

9

drugs, what drug have you distributed?

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10

A

Crack cocaine.

11

Q

How long have you been dealing crack cocaine?

12

A

About 16 years, 18 years.

13

Q

When did you first start selling crack cocaine?

14

A

I was about 16.

15

Q

Mr. Boone, where are you from?

16

A

Staten Island, New York.

17

Q

What part of Staten Island?

18

A

West Brighton, Mariners Harbor.

19

Q

Are those both on the north shore of Staten Island?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Have you lived in that area most of your whole life?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Are you familiar with the Port Richmond area of Staten

24

Island?

25

A

Yes, I am.

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Q

Where is Port Richmond in relation to West Brighton and

2

Mariners Harbor?

3

A

In the middle.

4

Q

Mr. Boone, in the course of your drug dealing on Staten

5

Island do you know an individual who goes by the name of KD?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

I ask you to stand up, Mr. Boone, and tell me if see that

8

person in the courtroom today?

9

A

Yes, I do.

10

Q

Can you point him out by telling the jury what he's

11

wearing and where he's sitting?

12

A

13

stripe tie.

14

Q

And is he's wearing a striped tie?

15

A

Yes.

He's sitting right there, second to the attorney with a

16
17

MR. SARRATT:

Your Honor, may the record reflect he

has identified the defendant Dontae Sebbern?

18

THE COURT:

Yes.

19

Q

Do also know a person by the name of Dex?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Is he also from Port Richmond?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Do you see that person in the courtroom today?

24

A

Yes, I do.

25

Q

Can you identify him to the jury by something he's

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wearing and by where he's sitting?

2

A

3

over there.

He's wearing a gray top fifth person sitting at the table

4
5

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MR. SARRATT: May the record reflect that the witness
has identified the defendant Dexter Waiters?

6

THE COURT: Yes, the record will so reflect.

7

Q

Mr. Boone, how is it that you know the defendants KD and

8

Dex from Staten Island?

9

A

Throughout my years on Staten Island, early 2000s I met

10

them through a mutual friend.

11

Q

Who is the mutual friend?

12

A

Kid by the name of Pito.

13

Q

How did you know Pito?

14

A

We were selling drugs together.

15

Q

You were selling drugs with Pito?

16

A

Yes.

17

Q

And who did Pito hang out with?

18

A

Dex, couple of Port Richmond dudes, he was younger than

19

me so he hung with them dudes out there.

20

Q

21

KD and Dex?

22

A

23

our friend's house to go to school early in the morning. Pito

24

and another one of my men, Milton, was going to another school

25

in their area, but they all came over there to the West

And do you recall how it is that you were introduced to

One morning they was all -- they came to another one of

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Brighton area to get Milton and Pito, so they could all go to

2

school.

3

time, and you know, it was running kind of late.

4

I was driving there.

5

school.

6

asked questions, something like I'm a driver so I want to the

7

make sure nobody was in my car that was going to throw

8

anything in my car so I asked everybody was, was they dirty.

9

Like did they have drugs or if they had drugs all the drugs on

They was going to Port Richmond High School at the
I had a car.

Pito asked me to drive all of them to

I wound up driving them to school.

Before we left I

10

them belong to them and --

11

Q

12

wanted to make sure they were --

13

A

14

But I didn't get pulled over, I wound up driving them --

15

Q

16

response?

17

A

18

they had their drug, they owned up to their own drug. I didn't

19

get pulled over I wound up taking them, driving them, to the

20

school, but I didn't drop them off at the school.

21

Q

Where did you drop them off?

22

A

At a corner store on Captain --

23

Q

Why did you drop them off at Castleton and Sharpe at the

24

store?

25

A

Are you saying that in case you got pulled over you

Everybody know they take responsibility for their own.

When you said that what, if anything, did people say in

They all, you know, they all agreed, like, they knew if

Castleton

and Sharpe.

They seen some customers that they wanted to make sales

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to.

2

Q

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What do you mean customers?

3

MR. EPSTEIN: Objection.

4

MR. SARRATT: I am about to inquire as to the basis.

5

THE COURT:

All right.

6

Q

What do you mean by customers?

7

A

Crack fiends.

8

Q

How do you know the people were crack fiends?

9

A

I sell to the same people.

10

Q

And so you left them off at the store?

11

A

Yes.

12

Q

To make a sale?

13

A

Yes, Pito, Tell, Dudu.

14

Q

So did you actually take them to school or you dropped

15

them off at the store?

16

A

I dropped them of a couple of blocks from the school.

17

Q

What did you do?

18

A

I pulled around the corner, waited and pulled off and

19

went home.

20

Q

21

period of 2008, 2009. Were KD and Dex in a gang?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

What gang was that?

24

A

Bloods.

25

Q

Were they in a particular set of The Bloods?

I went back to my neighborhood.

Now, Mr. Boone, I want to move forward in time to the

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A

Yes.

2

Q

What set was that?

3

A

Gorilla Stone Nation?

4

Q

They were within the Gorilla Stone Nation?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

Do you know -- was there a group of The Bloods they are

7

involved in a smaller level than that?

8

A

Can you rephrase that like?

9

Q

You said they were Gorilla Stones -- well, we will

10

discuss The Bloods hierarchy later but is the Gorilla Stones a

11

group within The Bloods?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

And were you also a Blood?

14

A

Yes.

15

Q

What when did you become a Blood?

16

A

1994.

17

Q

And are you still a Blood?

18

A

No.

19

Q

When did you stop being a Blood?

20

A

August of this year.

21

Q

Now, did you see the defendant KD and Dex on the night of

22

November 6th and into the early morning hours of November 7,

23

2009?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

And Mr. Boone, were you also at the Holland Houses on the

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night that an individual named Big Den was skilled?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

Mr. Boone, I want to go through your criminal history.

4

You mentioned that you have been in jail before. What years

5

have you been in prison since you first went to jail?

6

A

1991, 2004, 2008.

7

Q

Those are the years you went to prison.

8

were you in -- between what years, in other words?

9

A

For how long

'94 to 2000, and 2004 to 2007, and nine months, and in 08

10

and now.

11

Q

When did you go to jail for the time you are in now?

12

A

January 2010.

13

Q

Mr. Boone, when did you first start committing crimes?

14

A

When I was about 16.

15

Q

And what were you doing?

16

A

Selling crack cocaine, stealing newspapers, little petty

17

crimes like stealing clothes and stuff.

18

Q

How did you start selling crack?

19

A

Started hanging with a group of older guys.

20

Q

Where was that?

21

A

In the Markham Garden Projects.

22

Q

Where is that?

23

A

In West Brighton.

24

Q

When was the first you were arrested on a major case?

25

A

1991 December 28th.

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Q

Can you tell the members of the jury what happened with

2

that case?

3

A

4

a group of guys asked me to watch a staircase.

5

nobody got up and down the staircase in the house.

6

more like protecting the staircase. I was watching the

7

staircase. Make sure nobody got in.

8

people that went upstairs, couple of females.

9

females came downstairs. I was standing on the staircase with

We was at a house party.

The house party, you know, umm,
Make sure
It was

There was couple of
Couple of

10

a chick named Michelle and once Michigan left I decided to

11

take a peak upstairs to see what was going on upstairs.

12

I looked upstairs I seen a group of guys having oral sex with

13

a female.

14

older guys peeping around the corner.

15

asked me have I ever had oral sex.

16

I'm going to have it now.

17

oral sex. It wasn't a long period of time. One of the older

18

dudes send me back to the watch the steps again, and like 15,

19

20 minutes later everybody came downstairs -- running down

20

stairs and you know pretty much they were shutting the party

21

down after that.

22

Q

Mr. Boone, did that young lady want to be there?

23

A

No.

24

Q

She was being kept there against her will by the group of

25

guys?

When

Backroom door opened up I got caught by one of the
So he call me over and

I said no. And he told me

And he told the girl to give me

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A

Yes.

2

Q

Were you arrested for this offense?

3

A

Yes.

4

Q

Did you go to trial or did you take a plea?

5

A

I took a plea.

6

Q

What kind of plea did you take?

7

A

Serano plea.

8

Q

When you say a Serano plea, what do you mean?

9

A

No contest.

10

Q

But did you not admit your guilt at that time?

11

A

No.

12

Q

Do you admit your guilt here today?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

What was your sentence in that case?

15

A

Time I had already spent in jail and five years

16

probation.

17

Q

18

connection with this case, were you truthful about your

19

involvement in this sexual assault?

20

A

No.

21

Q

Why not?

22

A

Because it was something that always like shut down an

23

close down within myself.

24

and I never really had to tell too many people about it.

25

Q

I didn't want to go to trial.

When you first met with the U.S. Attorneys Office in

Like I was always in denial of it,

Now, you said you were sentenced to five years probation;

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is that right?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

Did there come a point after that, that you were arrested

4

again?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

How did you get arrested?

7

A

I was coming from a girlfriend's house one night and a

8

cab got pulled over and in the cab it had multiple passengers

9

in the cab already.

I made the sixth person getting in the

10

cab.

The cab got pulled over by an unmarked police car and

11

they found a machine gun in the car.

12

Q

Was it your machine gun?

13

A

No.

14

Q

Did you get charged with it?

15

A

Yes.

16

Q

What happened with that case?

17

A

Eventually they threw it out.

18

Q

What do you mean by that?

19

A

They dismissed it.

20

Q

They dismissed the case against you?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

Did you get written up for a probation violation?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Did you have to appear in court for that?

25

A

Yes.

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1

Q

What happened?

2

A

Pretty much got scared and I did not appear in court.

3

Q

When were you supposed to appear in court?

4

A

It was on December 7th, I forget the year but I know it

5

was December 7th '93.

6

Q

You said instead of showing up you pled?

7

A

Yes, I moved to one of my friend's houses.

8

Q

How long were you hiding out?

9

A

Few months.

10

Q

Did you get caught?

11

A

Yes.

12

Q

How did you get caught?

13

A

I had just -- I had a baby.

14

was born. I was going to his house and an unmarked car seen me

15

and they followed me, and I had my son in my arms when they

16

jumped out on me, so I couldn't run.

17

So they arrested me right there.

18

Q

And did you then get taken to the court on the violation?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

What happened?

21

A

Then I got bailed out.

22

a Brooklyn court.

23

time.

24

another court date to appear in Staten Island.

25

Q

I had my son -- my first son

I couldn't do nothing.

Apprehended me then.

Then I went to -- they took me to

We was going to Brooklyn court around that

I got bailed out in Brooklyn court and they gave me

Did you show up?

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Yes.

2

Q

Did you get sentenced on the violation?

3

A

Yes, I did.

4

Q

What was the your sentence?

5

A

Two to six years.

6

Q

Why did you think you got such a long sentence for

7

failure to appear?

8

A

9

pretty much told us if I violated I was getting a hard

1409

Kind of, umm, behind the sexual assault case the Judge

10

sentence.

11

Q

And that's what happened?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

You said you got sentenced to two to six years?

14

A

Yes.

15

Q

How long did you actually serve in prison?

16

A

Six years.

17

Q

Why you did you serve the whole six years?

18

A

Numerous reasons -- misbehavior reports, fights, you

19

know, just being a knuckle head upstate -- first time upstate.

20

Q

You had disciplinary violations while you were in jail?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

When you were in jail did you also join a gang?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

How did it happen that you joined a gang?

25

A

Sticking up for somebody else.

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Q

What gang did you join?

2

A

The Bloods.

3

Q

Where did you join The Bloods?

4

A

Brooklyn House of Detention.

5

Q

Is that the facility on Atlantic Avenue?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

Can you tell the members of the jury how it is that you

8

came to join The Bloods?

9

A

A group of Latin inmates was picking on another black

10

inmate.

I stepped in the middle of that.

I spoke up and once

11

I spoke up, like, all that attention came on me. I wound up

12

having a fight with one of the Latins - one of the Latin

13

inmates and that Latin inmate just happened to have a ranking

14

position in another gang. So throughout that -- after the

15

fight I got -- pretty much got a little reputation around the

16

building because I got the best of that fight, and it got back

17

to the members of The Bloods because they was already beefing

18

with them, and they was sending kites to find out who I was

19

and I wound up on CMC which is Close Monitoring Custody, and

20

it was a Blood member there and he had got a kite and he was

21

asking what I do, I had a fight in the orientation house.

22

Q

What is a kite?

23

A

A letter.

24

in it.

25

Q

Like pretty much a letter with codes and stuff

It's a letter in the jail?

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A

Yes.

2

Q

Go ahead.

3

A

So like I started explaining, like things to me about The

4

Bloods, like were they -- what they stood for and stuff and

5

he's asking did I want -- you know, did I want to be down. I

6

told him yeah. I told him yeah.

7

put work in.

8

Q

What do you mean by put work in?

9

A

I didn't have to commit no other acts of violence.

10

Q

What does that have to do with joining The Bloods?

11

A

It you have to do some -- you have to get initiated in

12

the gang somehow. You have to -- you have to do something to

13

the enemy.

14

to take an order.

15

Q

16

have to commit an act of violence in order to be into The

17

Bloods?

18

A

Yes.

19

Q

You have to commit that act of violence on behalf of The

20

Bloods?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

You used some terms there.

23

explain. You said take a plate, right?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

What does take a plate mean?

At the time I didn't have to

I already put that work in right there.

You have to -- you have to take a plate, you have

You said a lot of things there. Are you saying that you

I want to see if you can

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One of your enemies is, like, he's on the menu, and

2

Blood's terms it a means he is on the menu, so he can be

3

public enemy number one, number two, but he is on menu. So you

4

have to -- if they tell you to take that plate you got to take

5

that plate.

6

that person.

7

Q

Before you can be initiated into The Bloods?

8

A

Yes.

9

Q

Now, you talked about this a little bit a moment ago.

You got to commit some type of act of violence on

10

Are The Bloods now broken into various sub groups?

11

A

Yes.

12

Q

What do you call those sub groups?

13

A

Sets.

14

Q

What are the different sets of The Bloods?

15

A

There are various sets.

16

their own.

17

G-shon.

18

Q

19

reporter.

20

A

21

Brims they branched off to independent sets.

22

other sets amongst inside their own, like, Brims but it's not

23

other branches to their set.

24

the four pillars, and you got somebody serving in each one of

25

those pillars but it could be numerous different sets under

A lot of sets spilled off into

Like, you got Valentine, you got Brims, you got

If you would go slowly through these for the court

You got the Stones, but like, sets, like the Stones,
So they have

Like the Stones, they fall in

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those pillars.

2

Q

3

that?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

What set of The Bloods were you in before you left?

6

A

I was in two sets, the Five Nine Brims, the Brims, and

7

Valentine.

8

Q

9

Treys?

In the Stones there might be variety subsets beneath

Are you familiar with the set of The Bloods called Nine

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

What do you know about Nine Treys?

12

A

Nine Treys stands for Nine Treys Gangster, the original

13

birth of The Bloods in 1993.

14

Q

15

at the time as a set of The Bloods?

16

A

No, ws just Stone.

17

Q

And do the Gorillas exist underneath I think you called

18

it a pillar?

19

A

Yes. Stone banner.

20

Q

Underneath the Stone banner?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

Do people in The Bloods sometimes refer to the Stones as

23

Stone Nation?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

Are there are other nations of The Bloods?

At the time you joined The Bloods did the Gorillas exist

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Yes.

2

Q

What are those nations called?

3

A

We have you Blood Nation, you got the Brim Nation, and

4

Stone Nation.

5

Q

6

and Bloods was?

7

A

About 08.

8

Q

Does that make it a relatively new or relatively old set

9

of The Bloods?

You know when the first time you heard about the Gorilla

10

A

New.

11

Q

I want to go back to your time in jail.

12

a number of disciplinary infractions.

13

disciplinary violations did you have?

14

A

15

disobeying direct order, various.

16

Q

17

The Bloods?

18

A

Several of them, yes.

19

Q

Give us an example.

20

A

The Bloods wanted to -- they wanted to get an enemy and

21

they needed somebody to cause a diversion.

22

there they asked to cause the diversion.

23

the diversion.

24

Q

Was he a Blood member?

25

A

Yes, and it was pretty much like he wanted to be out of

You said you had

What kind of

Fights, weapons possession, assault on officers,

Did you get in those fights as part of your membership in

One of the kids
Didn't want to cause

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The Bloods but they wanted him to do that.

He wanted to be

2

out so, like, that was like your walking papers.

3

fight.

4

Give us the diversion.

5

Q

What was the diversion going to be?

6

A

Him fighting another inmate on the basketball court.

7

Q

That was going to create a diversion for The Bloods

8

members to do some other act of violence?

9

A

Yes, they was going to cut another rival gang member.

10

Q

How did you get involved?

11

A

The kid didn't want to do it, so we all sitting there.

12

And like me and the kid was cool, but like I took an oath to

13

the Nation and then he wanted to be out, so that was -- gives

14

him his walking papers, and he didn't want to do it.

15

decided to start a fight with him to give him the diversion.

16

Q

Did you fight him?

17

A

Yes.

18

Q

Were you disciplined for that?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

What was it?

21

A

Thirty days in long-term keep lock.

22

Q

Keep look like a box?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Solitary basically, right?

25

A

Pretty much.

Start this

Give us an opportunity to do something else over here.

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Q

Now, you said you also had a weapon in jail, right?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

What kind of weapon did you have in jail?

4

A

Double edge razor.

5

Q

How did you get a double edge razor in jail?

6

A

Purchased it.

7

it from another gang member.

8

Q

How did you keep a double edged razor in jail?

9

A

In several different places.

Somebody else smuggled it.

You purchase

In your mouth you make a

10

holster, you check it, you move it. Depends on like what

11

you're doing at the time, like where you want to keep it at.

12

Q

Let's go through that.

13

You said you could keep it in your mouth?

14

A

Yes.

15

Q

How do you keep a razor blade in your mouth?

16

A

Flat against your check to the back of your jaw, or you

17

put it under your tongue.

18

of their jaw, against their cheek.

19

maneuver with your tongue when you spit out and be ready for

20

war.

21

Q

22

blade in your mouth?

23

A

Just a razor blade.

24

Q

You said you could cheek it?

25

A

Yes.

Lot of people keep to it the back
It is easier like to

Is it in a case in your mouth or just you have a razor

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Q

What does that mean?

2

A

You put it between your buttocks in the case.

3

Q

What kind of case are you talking about?

4

A

Electrical tape.

5

lot of people make it out of electrical tape -- black

6

electrical tape so that way it don't ring on the medical

7

detector.

8

Q

9

your membership in The Bloods?

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However you decide to make a case. A

Now, did you keep this razor blade with you as part of

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

Were you required to keep a weapon on you in jail as part

12

your membership in The Bloods?

13

A

It is required to have a weapon on you all the time.

14

Q

What do you call that in the The Bloods?

15

A

What, your weapon?

16

Q

What do you do call it when you have a weapon?

17

A

You're married.

18

Q

Have you ever heard the term -- so when you say you're

19

married, that means you have a weapon?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Have you ever heard term passport?

22

A

Passport is pretty much when you just come through, like

23

somewhere in -- you got your weapon buff.

24

Q

25

your weapon buff?

So everybody understands, what do you do mean by you got

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A

Got it in your rectum.

2

Q

That is where you were carrying it?

3

A

Yes.

4

Q

That's when you were ready to travel, right?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

Ready -- to use your term -- put in work, right?

7

A

Yes.

8

Q

Just to be clear, what do you mean when you say put in

9

work?

10

A

Commit violence.

Act of violence.

11

Q

On behalf of The Bloods?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

Mr. Boone, were there benefits being in The Bloods in

14

jail?

15

A

Yes.

16

Q

What do you think those were?

17

A

You got stronger outreach.

18

likely somebody take advantage of you. You know, if I don't

19

have family support at home and all of that, you got brothers

20

fighting right amongst you. You know, they take care of each

21

other.

22

some of them you feel like are your real brothers, you know.

23

Some of them won't let nothing happen to you.

24

Q

25

jail, did you get a disciplinary violation for something

You know, like it's less

Certain people, you know, I go close to some of them,

Going back to disciplinary infraction while you were in

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called roll call?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

What is roll call, can you explain that to the jury?

4

A

Yes.

5

enemies know, like that you're strong, like in the building,

6

like intimidating, everybody in -- around let you know that

7

The Bloods are on the set.

8

Q

When you say The Bloods are on the set, what do you mean?

9

A

Pretty much that The Bloods control wherever they are at.

10

Q

How do those chants go? How do the chants intimidate

11

people?

12

A

13

intimidate your viable, like if they want -- then bring the

14

ruckus case, whole lot of Bloods ain't nothing to fuck with.

15

Different chants for -- you know, depends on how they read it,

16

how you keep -- want to keep going.

17

different --

18

Q

That is was one of the chant you why did, though?

19

A

Yes.

20

When you are making Blood chants so that your

A lot of them, like, start with, you know, like

Different sayings for

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22
23
24
25

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BY MR. SARRATT:

2

Q

3

think you said it was in 2000; is that right?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

What did you do when you got out of jail?

6

A

I was away for a while, so I chilled with my family for a

7

minute.

8

Q

9

when you went back to selling drugs?

Now, at some point, you said you got out of jail.

I

Eventually, I started selling drugs again.

How long do you think it was from the time you got out to

10

A

About five, six months.

11

Q

Why did you go back to selling drugs?

12

A

I just wanted to get more money.

13

Q

Were you selling drugs by yourself or with somebody else?

14

A

With my right-hand man.

15

Q

Who is that?

16

A

My man Wally.

17

Q

Do you know Wally's last name?

18

A

McMillan.

19

Q

You and Wally were selling drugs together?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Why did you sell drugs with somebody else rather than

22

just yourself?

23

A

24

you become an easy target, unless you have a strong

25

reputation.

Somebody would have your back.

When you sell drugs dolo,

When somebody has your back, it makes it harder

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for other people to try to do anything.

2

Q

3

dolo?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

What does that mean?

6

A

Selling by yourself.

7

stickup kids or other people that want to take your money

8

easy.

9

Q

What do you mean by "stickup kids"?

10

A

A lot of people can't sell drugs.

11

they want to just rob drug dealers.

12

Q

What do you mean they can't sell drugs?

13

A

They don't have the patience.

14

brains.

15

selling the drugs.

16

Q

17

because you might get robbed?

18

A

Yes, there's a chance.

19

Q

If you sell drugs with other people, that gives you more

20

protection?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

When you got out of jail, did you stay in the Bloods?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Did you continue to participate in Bloods' meetings and

25

associate with Bloods members?

You started that answer by saying when you selling for

It makes you an easy target for

They got a habit that

They don't have the

They pick the gun up and go rob the person that is
Stickup kid.

If you are selling drugs by yourself, that is dangerous,

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A

Yes.

2

Q

Why did you stay as a member of the Bloods when you got

3

out?

4

A

5

was like a lot of us was gang-affiliated.

6

neighborhood.

7

We all stayed to each other.

8

Q

9

Bloods when you were out of the jail?

Some of the people was like, they was my homeboys, so it
We all was from the

A lot of neighborhood kids was gang-affiliated.

Were there benefits to continuing to be a member of the

10

A

Yes, there was benefits.

11

Q

Like what?

12

A

You had a strong alliance of people, you know.

13

making money, you got an alliance of people behind you,

14

backing you up.

15

Q

16

talking about?

17

A

18

crowd, because you're making money.

19

behind you.

20

Q

Is that for protection?

21

A

Some use it for protection.

22

reputations more.

23

Q

24

right?

25

A

You're

So, when you say you are making money, what are you

You are selling drugs, you know.

You're more in the in

You got a gang of people

Some use it to boost their

Now, you said you started back selling drugs with Wally;

Yes.

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Q

What were you selling?

2

A

Crack cocaine.

3

Q

How long did you sell drugs with Wally?

4

A

At this time, about a year and some change.

5

Q

Were you successful?

6

A

Pretty much.

7

Q

Like how much money were you making?

8

you selling?

9

A

How much crack were

Between the both of us, we made a couple of hundred,

10

couple of thousand, a day.

11

Q

12

thousand a day?

13

A

14

hundred dollars a day.

15

Q

16

proceeds?

17

A

Yes.

18

Q

Did you also pool your money to purchase drugs to sell?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Who were you buying drugs from at this point?

21

A

We had a connect in Canarsie.

22

Q

You had a connect?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

You mean a supplier?

25

A

Yes.

Between the two of you, you might make a couple of

Yes, 1500, 1700 between the both of us.

Like eight, nine

When you were selling together, were you sharing the

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Q

How much crack would you buy at a time?

2

A

It all depends.

3

drugs, you know, forty grams, twenty grams, an ounce, it all

4

depend, if we had drugs, we would buy just enough to carry us

5

over.

6

what we had to get more.

7

Q

8

it ready to sell?

9

A

Chop it up and put it in bags.

10

Q

How did you chop it up?

11

A

With razor blades.

12

Q

In what quantities would you sell the drugs on the

13

street?

14

A

Tens and twenties.

15

Q

What do you mean by tens and twenties?

16

A

We chop them up into small rocks, make $10 glassine bags

17

and $20 glassine bags.

18

Q

At some point, you said you stopped selling with Wally?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Why did you do that?

21

A

We had a falling out over money and a female.

22

Q

Did you continue to sell drugs at that point?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Did you start selling with other people?

25

A

No.

If we still had -- if we still had

If we didn't have drugs, we would pretty much spend

What did you do with the crack once you bought it to get

I was by myself at this time.

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

CSR

Until for about

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another half year or so, I was by myself.

2

Q

And then you started selling with someone else again?

3

A

Yes.

4

Q

Who was that?

5

A

My man Killer.

6

Q

Do you know Killer's real name?

7

A

No, I don't know his real name.

8

Q

You started selling with him; is that right?

9

A

Yes.

10

Q

Now, at some point in this period, were you injured in a

11

car crash?

12

A

Yes, I was.

13

Q

When were you injured in a car crash?

14

A

June 2002.

15

Q

How is it that you came to be injured in a car crash?

16

A

Over drugs.

17

Q

How did that drug beef result in a car crash?

18

A

We wind up getting -- we watched -- we was coming from

19

one of my friends's house, my friend Killer's house, watching

20

a NBA playoff game, and we was dropping another one of my mans

21

off, my man Yah, we were dropping Yah off at his house on

22

Castleton.

23

Reese, we was coming back from dropping Yah off, and he was

24

dropping me off at another girl's house.

25

dropping me off, kids we had problems with from around the

A drug beef.

Me and my friend James Clayson, we called him

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

CSR

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way --

2
3

Q

Why did you have problems with them?

4

A

They wanted to sell in the same spot that I was selling

5

at.

6

Q

You were competing for a location to sell crack?

7

A

Yes.

8

Q

Keep going.

9

A

As he was dropping me off, I was like laid back in the

10

seat, had my seat reclined back, and he told me that, The kids

11

is following us.

12

Q

Do you know who the kids were who were following you?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

Who?

15

A

Otis Grayson and Barry Van Dunn.

16

Q

What happened?

17

A

Yes.

18

was from the neighborhood, so they know that I was messing

19

with this girl that lived in the projects, in another project,

20

in the Arlington Projects.

21

Q

Where is that?

22

A

In the Holland area.

23

Q

Holland Houses?

24

A

Yes.

25

Forest down to the harbor, down to Mariner's Harbor.

The kids is following us.

They followed you?

But we cut up to Forest and we lost them.

But they

So, we wound up cutting up to Forest and taking

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

CSR

Once we

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get down there, he cuts down South and comes in through the

2

back of the Holland Houses, that way.

3

65's parking lot off of what's his name, he wakes me again,

4

like, Yo, these niggers are in front of what's his name.

They

5

got the street blocked off.

They

6

had the street blocked off.

7

Q

Which street?

8

A

To turn into the parking lot.

9

Q

Of the Holland Houses?

10

A

Yes.

11

of their car and they was pointing their weapons at the car.

12

As he's turning into

I get up and I'm like, nah.

They had it blocked off, and they was on the sides

He went straight.

I told him to keep going

13

straight, so he goes straight and comes around, goes straight

14

down Benjamin and comes around Holland Houses.

15

same time, the kids that was blocking the parking lot came

16

through the parking lot.

17

goes all the way through.

18

Q

19

that's right in front of you there?

20

A

It's a connecting parking lot that

Would it help you to explain by reference to the map

I can't see it too much.

21

MR. SARRATT:

22

THE COURT:

23

Q

24

permission?

25

But at the

Can I approach the witness?

Yes, you may.

Mr. Boone, you can step down, with the Court's

THE COURT:

Yes.

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CSR

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Take a look at Government's Exhibit 132-A.

2

First of all, have you seen this map before.

3

A

No.

4

Q

Do you recognize the area, though, depicted on the map?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

Okay.

7

A

Yes.

8

Q

When you're away from the microphone, if you can keep

9

your voice up?

Does that help you explain your story?

10

A

We came down here, down South Avenue off of Forest

11

Avenue, and we turned down off of Arlington Place, turned onto

12

Northfield Avenue.

13

Benjamin.

14

Arlington to the Terrace.

15

Q

When you say the "Terrace," do you mean Richmond Terrace?

16

A

Yes.

17

all the way through.

18

We had to come down here to go into

There's a parking lot that goes all the way through

This is Richmond Terrace.

There parking lot goes

When we got here, they got the parking lot blocked

19

off, so we couldn't go in.

20

this way.

21

Reese to turn into here, to my sister building.

22

over here.

23

We come all the way around and go

My sister lived in this building, and I was telling
He want to go

He lived in the Port Richmond area.
When we came around this way, they was already

24

coming through this way.

By the time we came here, they was

25

coming out, and they seen us, and they started pretty much a

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CSR

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bumping crash all the way down Richmond Terrace, hitting the

2

back of us, us hitting in the side of them, all the way to

3

Richmond Terrace until we get to Morningstar.

4

Q

Is Morningstar on this map?

5

A

It's not on this map here.

6

Q

I think you can have a seat.

7

What happened when you got to Morningstar.

8

A

The driver of my car lost control of his car.

9

Q

Why did he lose control?

10

A

Because he got side-swiped from the back, like the dude

11

clipped him from the back with the front of his car, and made

12

our car fishtail out of control.

13

Q

And what happened?

14

A

Our car ended up into a building.

15

on the car, crushed the car.

16

James died.

17

two cracked ribs.

18

Q

19

injuries, though?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Did you go to the hospital?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

How long were you in the hospital?

24

A

Two months at one point, then back into the hospital

25

couple of weeks.

The bricks came down

The car was on fire.

My man

I had a broken hip, broken knee, broken foot and

Now, you survived, obviously.

Did you have serious

Altogether, I was in the hospital for about

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CSR

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anywhere from two and a half months to three months.

2

Q

3

the time you crashed?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

Did you get charged with that gun, as well?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

What happened with that case?

8

A

They threw it out.

9

Q

It was dismissed?

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

Relating to your injuries, though, from the wreck, did

12

you bring a civil lawsuit, trying to recover money for your

13

injuries?

14

A

Yes, I did.

15

Q

Did you have counsel in that case?

16

A

Yes.

17

Q

What happened with that case?

18

A

Pretty much, we lost the case.

19

Q

You went to trial?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

And you lost?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Did you testify at trial?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

Did you testify truthfully at trial?

Was there a gun in the car that you were traveling in at

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CSR

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A

No.

2

Q

You were under oath; right?

3

A

Yes.

4

Q

But you did not testify truthfully?

5

A

No.

6

Q

What did you say when you went to trial?

7

A

I left out the whole them hitting the back of us and

8

things like that.

9

Q

Why did you leave that out?

10

A

At the advice of my lawyers at the time.

11

Q

What did they say?

12

A

If we wanted to receive a certain amount of money, that I

13

shouldn't say that another person bumped us off the road, that

14

I should keep my man negligent of all actions.

15

Q

Who were you suing?

16

A

His car insurance that was under a company's car

17

insurance, James Clay's.

18

to find out it was insured under his father's company's

19

insurance, and they was trying to sue Enterprise Rent a Car.

20

Q

21

get money from the insurance company if you said it was James

22

Clay's fault, rather than through the criminal activity of the

23

people who were chasing you?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

At some point, did you get arrested again?

James Clay's car insurance.

I come

You testified falsely because you thought you could only

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CSR

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A

After that, yes, I got arrested again.

2

Q

How did you get arrested that time?

3

A

Right.

4

Driving, I was selling drugs.

5

Q

Who did you start selling drugs with?

6

A

Pretty much me by myself at the time.

7

started back off with.

8

Q

9

for a while while you were injured?

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Probably a couple of -- driving after that.

That's what I

After that --

Let me ask you this:

Did you have to stop selling drugs

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

How did you get back into selling drugs?

12

A

Me myself, I was going to therapy.

13

the front of my left foot off, but I wouldn't let them do

14

that.

15

I went to therapy.

16

of months.

17

was on crutches and could move, I started selling drugs begin.

18

Q

You say you started at first selling by yourself?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Shortly after that, did you start selling with somebody

21

else?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

What was that person's name?

24

A

My man Pito.

25

Q

Can you spell Pito?

They wanted to take

I have messed up and all that behind the car accident.
I was in a wheelchair for another couple

I was on crutches.

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It's P I T O.

2

Q

You were selling with Pito, and did you start selling

3

with anybody else?

4

A

5

a few months after that.

6

Q

When you say he "came home," what do you mean by that?

7

A

He came home from doing a jail bid.

8

Q

Then what happened?

9

A

He started selling drugs with us.

Around that time.

Not right then.

My brother came home

After that, it was

10

only a few months that he was home, and I was selling to an

11

undercover cop, and they raided my mother's house behind that.

12

Q

Did you get arrested for selling to an undercover cop?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

What happened with that case?

15

A

I got bailed out on the first.

16

house, I got bailed out.

17

the time.

18

had my youngest daughter when they raided my mother's house.

19

Q

20

that case?

21

A

I pled guilty.

22

Q

Did you get sentenced?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

You got sentenced to two to four years?

25

A

Yes.

I was in the process of moving at

So, I came home.

Let me ask you:

After they raided the

I just had my daughter.

I just

Did you go to trial or plead guilty in

To two-to-four.

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CSR

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Were you facing more time than that?

2

A

Yes, I was.

3

Q

What were you facing?

4

A

Like anywhere from six to eight years.

5

Q

Why did you get a lesser sentence?

6

A

I had some information for the DA that I thought would

7

help them and help me with my case.

8

Q

Information about what?

9

A

Another murder.

10

Q

Who was murdered in that case that you are talking about?

11

A

This kid named Prince.

12

Q

How did you have information about it?

13

A

Because I sat there and when he got murdered, I was in my

14

car.

15

Q

Where was the murder?

16

A

In the Holland Houses.

17

Q

So, you cooperated with the district attorney's office in

18

that case?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Was that the first time that you had cooperated with the

21

district attorney's office?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Did you also cooperate with the district attorney's

24

office in another case?

25

A

In the Arlington Projects.

Yes.

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Q

When did that case happen?

2

A

It happened around the same time, but I caught the

3

information in jail.

4

Q

You caught the information in jail?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

Are you talking about a different murder now?

7

A

Yes.

8

Q

How did that happen?

9

A

A kid was pretty much, you know, he trusted me, so he was

Explain what you are talking about.

10

telling me things that he did in the murder, and he wanted me

11

or my brother to take care of another witness in the street.

12

Q

What do you mean "take care of another witness"?

13

A

To harm another witness in the street.

14

Q

Harm another witness?

15

A

Yes.

16

Q

Or kill another witness?

17

A

Kill, harm, just make them not come to court.

18

Q

Who are we talking about and what happened?

19

A

So, from there, once he told me that, like I brung it to

20

the attention of my lawyer, and my lawyer brung it to the

21

attention of the DA.

22

down with me, talked with me, see what I had, and from there,

23

they wanted to know if I could possibly get him to say it

24

again or talk about it again.

25

Q

The DA came and they pulled me in, sat

So, did you do that?

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CSR

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Yes.

2

Q

Did you wear a recording device?

3

A

Yes, I did.

4

Q

So, what happened?

5

A

He pretty much, you know, said the same things, that he

6

wanted me and my brother to take out a witness that lived in

7

our neighborhood at the time.

8

Q

What neighborhood what is that?

9

A

In West Brighton.

And, you know, he pretty much, you

10

know, trusted me and my brother.

But, you know, it never made

11

it to my brother's ears.

12

took it to the DA.

13

willing to wear a recording device on him.

14

Q

You did that; right?

15

A

Yes, I did.

16

Q

Were you successful?

17

A

Yes.

18

Q

Did you have to testify at trial, or did that case plead

19

guilty after that?

20

A

They pled out.

21

Q

So, you didn't have to testify?

22

A

No.

23

Q

So, you cooperated, then, with the DA's office on two

24

murder cases?

25

A

I took it to my lawyer.

My lawyer

From there, they asked me would I be

Yes.

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CSR

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Q

The other murder case that you mentioned, the one that

2

happened in Arlington, did you have to testify in connection

3

with that case?

4

A

No.

5

Q

So, you assisted them with two murder cases; right?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

And you said you got a reduced sentence -- what was it

8

you were facing?

9

A

Anywhere from six to eight years.

10

Q

Instead, you got what?

11

A

Two years.

12

Q

How long did you actually -- was it two, or two to

13

something?

14

A

It was a two-to-four.

15

Q

You wound up serving three years on that sentence?

16

A

Yes.

17

Q

Why did you serve three years?

18

disciplinary violations in jail?

19

A

20

Rikers Island correction.

21

I didn't have no programming, and it's like what you need,

22

they call programming.

23

belt when you go to the board.

24

Q

When you say the "board," what are you talking about?

25

A

The release board.

No.

He pled out, too.

I wound up doing three years.

Did you have additional

At the time, I did a lot of my time in like the
So, by the time I made it upstate,

You have to have programming up your

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The parole board?

2

A

Yes, the parole board.

3

have to take, like ASAP.

4

take an ASAP course, KSAP, or whatever.

5

your GED, you have to have it.

6

I only was required to take ASAP.

7

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They give you certain things you

If you are on drugs, you have to
If you don't have

By the time I made it upstate,

I couldn't get into an ASAP program before I go to

8

see the board.

By the time I made it upstate, I had seventeen

9

months in in New York, in Rikers Island and Manhattan Tombs.

10

So, I went to see my board at twenty months.

11

later, when I made it upstate, so I didn't have no ASAP

12

certificate, I was required to take ASAP.

13

Q

14

enough good programming on your record to show that you should

15

get out early on the two-to-four; right?

16

A

17

until my conditional release date.

18

Q

What happened?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

You said you served three years; is that right?

21

A

Thirty-something months.

22

Q

Thirty-something months?

23

Two months

When you first went before the board, you didn't have

Yes.

So, they held me.

They give me ten extra months

Did you get out on that date?

What happened when you got out?

Where did you go?

24

A

I moved from my sister in the Holland Houses.

25

Q

Which building did your sister live in in the Holland

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Houses?

2

A

65.

3

Q

Who is your sister?

4

A

Danielle.

5

Q

What happened when you moved in with your sister?

6

A

You know, was good times for a while.

7

back into selling drugs, you know.

8
9

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I move in with my sister.

You know, I wasn't

I had my family support.

After a while, times started getting harder.
back to certain things I knew.

I went

Started seeing certain people,

10

you know.

A lot of people started moving into the Holland

11

Houses from different neighborhoods, and it became like old

12

times all over again.

13

different neighborhoods moved into one big neighborhood.

14

Q

What people are you talking about?

15

A

A lot of members of the gang.

16

Bloods.

17

Q

You were still in the Bloods at this time?

18

A

Yes.

19

Q

Why did you continue to be a member of the Bloods after

20

all this time?

21

A

22

know, just I had trust with some of the people, you know.

23

Some of the people, I felt, was like they was really my

24

homeboys.

25

Q

I don't know.

Like all the same people just from

A lot of members from the

Certain things beneficial to me, and, you

You said at some point, you went back to doing the things

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you used to do.

What do you mean?

2

A

3

going to clubs.

4

Q

5

that work?

6

A

7

But when you do sell and you have a big gang behind you, like

8

it's more like boosting your reputation.

9

things like you wouldn't be able to do individually.

Selling drugs, you know, smoking marijuana, drinking,

When you sell drugs as a member of the Bloods, how does

It's no different from just selling like individually.

You could do certain

10

Q

If you were successful selling drugs, how does that

11

affect your set?

12

A

13

your set to being one of the dominant sets of the area.

14

Q

15

increase their reputation?

16

A

Yes.

17

Q

And increase the prestige of their gang?

18

A

Yes.

19

Q

When you say become one of the dominant sets of the area,

20

what does that mean?

21

A

22

wants their set to be, you know, the cream of the crop.

23

Everybody wants their set to be the set.

24

what you rep your set for, to bring --

25

Q

You all pooling, and you all try to build and establish

By selling drugs with a set of the Bloods, it can

Everybody wants their set to be successful.

Everybody

I mean, like this is

You say rep your set?

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A

This is

2

what your set is set up to be, the best you can be.

3

to your set.

4

Q

5

drugs?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

You said you went back to selling drugs?

8

A

Yes.

9

Q

What year are we talking about at this point?

10

A

Probably say like end of '07 into '08.

11

Q

Were you selling by yourself or with somebody else?

12

A

With somebody else.

13

Q

Who were you selling with?

14

A

I decided to help another one of my mans that got locked

15

up, and I started selling with this kid called Shiesty.

16

Q

How did you know Shiesty?

17

A

From back in the days like we went to school together.

18

We grew up together.

19

Q

Where does Shiesty live?

20

A

In the Mariner's Harbor Projects.

21

Q

At some point, did you move to the Mariner's Harbor

22

Projects?

23

A

Yes, I did.

24

Q

Where were you and Shiesty selling?

25

A

In front of 153.

Give all

Is one of the ways to do that by making money selling

15 Trey.

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15 Trey means 153?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

Is that the number of a building?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

What is that?

6

A

It's a building in the middle of Mariner's Harbor,

7

630 Building.

8

Shiesty and another individual controlled the square.

9

What building is that?

It's the square, pretty much, you know.

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EXAMINATION CONTINUES

2

BY MR. SARRATT:

3

Q

And you and Sheisty started selling drugs?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

How were you selling drugs at that time?

6

A

Just in front of the building, off our phones.

7

pretty much we would be in front of the building, you know.

8

People call.

9

just walk by and see us at the building and come over there.

Like,

We tell them to come to the building or they

10

Q

And were you controlling that territory at the time?

11

A

Yes.

12

Q

When you said selling off our phones, can you tell the

13

jury what you mean by that?

14

A

15

your phone, like, you tell them the location that you at or if

16

-- nine times out of ten, like, if they calling you on that

17

phone, they want to know like where you at to purchase, so you

18

tell them where you at, they'll come, or if not, you'll tell

19

them.

20

you're driving, in your mobile, you'll meet them at a

21

different location.

22

Q

23

were at this point in time, you're making most of your sales

24

in that place, is that right?

25

A

Certain clientele will call your phone.

When they call

Like, you'll meet them at a certain location.

If

Now, if you're selling at a particular spot, like you

Yes.

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Are you familiar with the term selling from a route?

2

A

A route?

3

Q

A route.

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

What's selling from a route?

6

A

Pretty much you got your main clientele on your phone,

7

all your, all your heavy spenders are on your phone, and you

8

don't want the competition to get you, get your clientele.

9

you'll tell them at the same time, like, you'll be driving

So

10

around.

11

lot of money, you don't want them to come to Port Richmond,

12

West Brighton, anywhere to where your competition can see

13

them.

14

Q

Competition being other crack dealers?

15

A

Yes, other dealers.

16

Like, say if they live in Tot. Hill, and they spend a

So you'll tell them to -- I'll meet you at such and

17

such, I'll meet you at a safe haven.

Know what I'm saying?

18

Somewhere where people can't get in contact with them.

19

People, like your other dealers can't see them and know that

20

they clientele, that they spend money, or you won't get them

21

jammed up with the police.

22

neutral zone for both of y'all, a safe haven for both of

23

y'all.

24

Q

25

do you mean by that?

So you'll meet them.

It's a

You say you won't get them jammed up by the police.

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A

2

pulling up into the projects and they're coming to see you in

3

the projects.

4

Island, you know, the north shore is only so big.

5

much everybody on the Staten Island north shore that sells

6

drugs, the police know.

7

for instance, they see me dealing with two white people, they

8

know like, oh, he's selling them drugs so now it makes it

9

more, it makes it more difficult for them to get out from the

10

Let's just say two white people pull up in a car and they

You know, a lot of police know in Staten
So pretty

So if the police see dealing, like,

area that they in with their drugs and being happy.

11

Now, if you meet them somewhere, if you meet them

12

and, all right, meet me over here at this subways on Victory

13

Boulevard or whatever, whatever, it's less chance the police

14

being around.

15

chance of you getting caught.

16

Q

17

deliveries in areas that are mostly outside of where you live?

18

A

Outside of the neighborhood.

19

Q

Have you ever sold off a route?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

And when did you do that?

22

A

Several times.

23

right now before I got locked up.

24

Q

25

the phone with somebody else or you sell off a route by

It's less chance of them getting caught.

Less

So if you're selling off a route though, you're making

In '04 before I got locked up and '09,

If you're selling off a route, would you usually share

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yourself?

2

A

3

didn't -- I wasn't dealing with nobody else.

4

Q

At the time, you were selling off the route?

5

A

Yes.

6

me, but other people would pass their money phones off, you

7

know.

8

Q

When you say money phone, what are you talking about?

9

A

Like the money phone is a phone that doesn't stop

I was pretty much using my phone for myself because I

So I was open just for myself all day, 24, 7, just

And they would take shifts on the money phone.

10

ringing, like your clientele phone, you know.

Selling drugs

11

is like a 24-hour business.

12

so they're going to call no matter what, no matter what times,

13

when, so you break it up into shifts.

14

dealing with a crew of people, you break it into shifts.

15

pass the money phone to different people.

16

dealing with a crew of people, sometimes you -- it's just you.

17

You're just dealing with a money phone by yourself, 24, 7.

18

Q

19

phone number that you give to your customers, right?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

And you use that phone just for crack sales?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

Now, you mentioned that you were selling drugs in

24

Mariner's Harbor with Sheist, right?

25

A

People want it when they want it

If you got -- if you're
You

If you're not

And so the money phone, just to be clear, is a phone, the

Yes.

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Sheisty?

2

A

Yes.

3

Q

How long did you sell with Sheisty?

4

A

A couple of months.

5

Q

And then did you have a falling out or what?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

What happened with that?

8

A

He tried to stiff me on some money.

9

Q

What did you do?

10

A

Right then I didn't do nothing but eventually like I

11

retaliated.

12

Q

Tell me about the robbery.

13

A

One day, I was in the Mariner's Harbor projects and me,

14

me and one of my man's was coming through the Mariner's Harbor

15

project, just cutting through the projects, and we just

16

happened to see Sheisty making sales to a bunch of, a bunch of

17

customers, so I knew that he had to have my money.

18

came around the building, and I came to, you know, approach

19

him to speak to him about my money, he was dusted.

20

PCP.

21

was serious and, like, I wanted my money.

22

taking things.

23

Dolce Gabbana glasses and I started digging his pockets.

24

Q

When you say digging his pockets, what do you mean?

25

A

Like going through his pockets, rummaging through his

A couple of months.

We had a big falling out.

I robbed him.

So when we

He was on

So like he, he really wasn't comprehending, like, that I

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pockets.

2

Q

Trying to get the money?

3

A

Yes.

4

with Sheisty, the guy that I was with, Don P, turns around and

5

he shoots one of Sheisty's fiends, one of Sheisty's clientele.

6

Q

Did you know Don P had a gun?

7

A

Yeah, I knew he had a gun, but I didn't know he was going

8

to turn around and do something like that.

9

only trying to get away.

But at this point, as I'm, you know, doing this

Like, the guy was

He just got served his crack and he

10

was just trying to walk away.

So when he seen the -- when he

11

seen the gun, I guess he decided to move quicker.

12

as I'm rummaging Sheisty, like tussling with Sheisty, we both

13

hear a gunshot go off.

14

spin Sheisty around because I didn't know that he let the gun

15

off either.

16

gun off.

17

and you see that Manol (ph) is running up the block.

18

Q

Who is that?

19

A

Manol.

20

Q

Who is that?

21

A

He's a fiend.

22

Q

This is the fiend who got shot?

23

A

Yes.

24

unexpected what he did because there's really no need for what

25

he did.

And, like,

When we hear the gunshot off, I try to

I didn't know that the guy was going to let the

So when we turn around, we see he got the gun out

So, you know, at the time, it's like it was, it was

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You know, like Sheist was already -- like, he's

2

PCP'd out.

We didn't need a gun.

3

was already in his pocket, taking stuff out of his pockets and

4

taking his glasses, so there was no need for the guy to shoot.

5

So, like, we was both caught off guard that he shot.

6

after that, like, like, it's like a botched robbery now

7

because he done shot this dude and now it's, like, I don't

8

want to stand here and go through all of this so we broke out.

9

Q

You and Don P left?

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

At some point, did you get arrested for that shooting?

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A

Yeah, because Sheisty didn't know the kid's name so he

13

knew my name.

14

Q

He didn't know Don P's name?

15

A

Yeah, he didn't know Don P's name.

16

Q

But he knew your name?

17

A

Yeah, when Manol got found shot on Lockman, he had crack

18

on him, so they was going to arrest Manol.

19

up, that he brought the crack from Sheisty and he wasn't

20

saying who shot him.

21

turned around and gave me up.

22

saying that the guy that did the shooting was with me.

23

Q

And what did you do?

24

A

I didn't, I didn't know about all of that until I got a

25

phone call from a detective.

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We didn't need nothing.

I

And

Manol gave Sheisty

So when they arrested Sheisty, Sheisty

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told me to call the ADA.

I called --

2

Q

The assistant district attorney?

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A

Yeah.

4

Q

You had dealt with the DA's office before?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

Did you decide to give Don P up?

7

A

Eventually, after he made statements collaborating on to

8

me, like not wanting to own up to the weight that he did.

9

eventually I did wind up giving him up.

So

He wound up pleading

10

out.

11

Q

So you didn't have to testify?

12

A

No.

13

Q

Were -- did you have to plead guilty to something?

14

A

Yes.

15

endangerment.

16

Q

Plead guilty to reckless endangerment for robbing Sheist?

17

A

Yes, something like that.

18

Q

Were you sentenced to jail?

19

A

I was already in jail for almost like nine months so it

20

was like time served.

21

Q

By the time you were sentenced --

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

-- you had been in jail for nine months?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

And so you said you were sentenced to time served?

I think I pled guilty to something like reckless

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A

Yeah, after, you know, after they -- whatever they made

2

me, I'm not sure if it was reckless endangerment but it was

3

pretty much time served.

4

Q

5

cooperation?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

And what, what were you facing if you know, for that, for

8

that robbery and the shooting Don P did?

9

A

I got out after that.

And was that a reduced sentence in exchange for your

If they convicted us of the shooting and the robbery,

10

eight years, and he was facing 20 years.

11

Q

12

period was it?

13

A

I came out like towards the end of the summer of '08.

14

Q

And what did you do when you got out?

15

A

I moved back with my sister in the Holland Houses, you

16

know, started hanging with the same old people.

17

Q

Who are we talking about?

18

A

Dang, E-man we call him, a couple of people.

19

not really too much me and Booquan but, you know, Sha, Den,

20

Power, Boy Boy, a few, a few members of the Bloods.

21

Q

The people you just listed were members of the Bloods?

22

A

Yes.

23

Q

You started hanging out with them.

24

A

Got back into the, in the drug game again.

25

Q

And were you selling with somebody else at this point?

Now, when you got out of jail after that, what time

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A

At this time, I

2

was all by myself.

3

Q

Where were you selling?

4

A

In the Holland Houses and in the Mariner's Harbor

5

project.

6

Q

And how did you find your clientele at this point?

7

A

I pretty much -- I been living there now for a better

8

part of the year.

9

of people from the Mariner's Harbor area.

So, like, prior to that, like, I knew a lot
You know, they

10

throwing on bad times so, like, I used to deal with them when

11

I was in West Brighton, you know, and I guess for some reason

12

they liked the way I dealt with them so they continued to deal

13

with me.

14

Q

Now, at some point, did you get arrested again?

15

A

Yeah.

16

to my, my parole office, see my parole officer.

17

parole office and he's like, I got some bad news to tell you.

18

And I'm like, bad news, like?

19

detectives are here to, uh, to arrest you for robbery.

20

like, robbery?

21

A few months later, I got arrested.

I was going
I go into the

Yeah, he's like, some
I'm,

I'm, like, I ain't do no robbery, you know.

So when the detectives come in, you know, they know

22

me, you know, so they like, uh, they, like, yeah, nut,

23

somebody picked you out of a lineup.

24

the lineup?

25

Q

You called yourself nut there.

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That's my nickname, peanut.

2

Q

How long have you been called peanut?

3

A

All my life.

4

Q

Okay.

5

A

So when the detectives came and, like, they see me and

6

they said, somebody picked you out of the lineup.

7

pretty bad like that.

8

me up out of a lineup?

9

of a lineup.

All my life.

Since I been living.

Go ahead.

So I'm

I'm like, I just came home.

Who picked

He was like someone picked you up out

Like, I didn't know.

Like, I'm thinking it's

10

another drug dealer, but when I get to the precinct, they tell

11

me that, that I'm being held for snatching a purse.

12

I was really, like, I was confused.

13

purse?

14

in my probation office, like, I had $1,200 in cash on me, two

15

cell phones, jewelry, you know, a diamond chain, diamond pinky

16

ring.

17

Q

18

that point?

19

A

20

why would I snatch a purse.

21

detectives was, like, yeah, we was bugging for a minute too,

22

like we didn't think it was you but somebody picked you out.

23

So, you know, we're going to put you -- I said put me in a

24

lineup, let her pick me out in person.

25

that I did get picked out again in the lineup.

So, like,

I'm like, snatching a

Like when you arrested, when you took me under arrest

You're saying you were being successful selling drugs at

Yes.

You know, I had a pair of black Pradas on so, like,

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So now when, like, I'm really -- I'm bugging out,

2

like I'm, I'm pretty much frustrated.

3

judge now and I'm in court and I'm telling the judge, like,

4

you know, I don't rob people, I don't rob civilians, I don't

5

snatch purses.

I sell drugs.

6

dealers, like.

I don't rob people in the street, I never had

7

none of that.

8
9

I'm talking to the

I argue and I fight with drug

So the judge is getting mad, calling me, telling me
to calm down or I will be in contempt and all of that.

I'm

10

screaming on the, the ADA because, like, they know, like,

11

that's not my MO, I don't rob nobody for a purse.

12

she have in her purse at the time that I could possibly want?

13

A couple hundred dollars?

14

nothing.

15

substantial amount of nothing.

16

Q

So you're saying you didn't do the purse snatching?

17

A

No, I did not do the purse snatching.

18

Q

Did you ultimately -- did the DA's office insist of going

19

forward with that case?

20

A

For about another two months, they did.

21

Q

And then what happened?

22

A

They called me into the office one day, asked -- every

23

time I went to court, I put up a fit, you know, to certain DAs

24

that I would see and, you know, that, you know, I didn't talk

25

to in the past and none of that.

I don't use no credit cards or

So, like, what could she have?

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What could

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Come on, I didn't have

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nothing to do with no purse snatching.

2

you had me for something, you had me for something, I would

3

admit it, do my time or whatever if I had something to bargain

4

with.

So I didn't do that.

5

Come on, y'all.

If

So I got time.

Like, I was really frustrated.

So when they called

6

me into the office to talk to me, well, you know, we pretty

7

much had a feeling, everybody is saying that you didn't do it,

8

like, but there wasn't much we could do if she picked you out.

9

So it was, like -- so my whole thing was, like, all right, but

10

y'all, like, know what I do.

11

that.

12

do that.

13

Q

So did you resolve the case?

14

A

Yeah.

15

Q

How did you resolve the case?

16

A

They wound up -- they made me cop to something of a

17

misdemeanor effect and they let me go.

18

Q

So you got out?

19

A

Yes.

20

I don't do no shit.

I don't do

You know, I sell drugs and I commit crimes, but I don't

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MR. SARRATT:

I don't know if you would

like to take a break.

3

THE COURT:

4

MR. SARRATT:

5

Your Honor.

Yes.

Let's take a break.

We're transitioning to a slightly

different subject.

6

THE COURT:

All right.

7

Members of the jury, we're going to take our

8

afternoon recess.

Please remember my admonitions.

9

discuss the case.

Keep an open mind.

10
11

THE COURT:

Do not

Can I get one of the CSOs to let them

out and take them to the jury room?

Thank you.

12

(Jury exits.)

13

THE COURT:

14

(Recess taken.)

15

(In open court; jury not present.)

16

THE COURT:

All right.

17

THE CLERK:

Yes, Judge.

18

(Jury enters.)

19

THE COURT:

Please be seated.

20

THE COURT:

The jurors are present, counsel and both

21

defendants.

22

oath.

Ten after 4:00.

We'll bring the jury in.

Mr. Boone is still on the stand, still under

23

Mr. Sarratt?

24

MR. SARRATT:

25

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Thank you, Your Honor.

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BY MR. SARRATT:

2

Q

3

said at some point, you pled guilty to a misdemeanor and was

4

released from jail.

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

When was that?

7

A

Like February, day before Valentine's Day, February 13th,

8

'09.

9

Q

2009?

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

What did you do when you got out?

12

A

Went back to the, the Arlington projects, to the

13

Holland House.

14

Mr. Boone, I think we covered the purse snatching and you

Is that right?

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DIRECT EXAMINATION CONTINUED

2

BY MR. SARRATT:

3

Q

And who were you living with?

4

A

My sister.

5

Q

Danielle?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

And what did you do when you got out?

8

A

I went to see my kids.

9

same old thing, selling drugs.

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Before long I was back doing the

10

Q

Why is that?

11

A

Needed money.

12

Q

Were you a still a member of The Bloods?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

Were you hanging out with The Bloods?

15

A

Yes.

16

Q

Like look who?

17

A

Me, Dang (ph), Sha (ph), Scooter, few of us, you know,

18

other members, too, like that wasn't from the area come over

19

there.

20

Q

21

you carry a gun?

22

A

No.

23

Q

You say not directly. Did you have access to a gun?

24

A

Yes, I had access to a gun.

25

Q

Why did you have access to a gun?

When you came out and were selling drugs this time, did

Not -- not -- not directly.

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A

Just, you know, never know what could happen.

Never know

2

what's going to happen. So I had access.

3

had guns.

4

Q

What are the ways you had access to the guns?

5

A

One of my homeboys, you know.

6

But one of my men sold it to -- so you know I had access

7

through other people, other Bloods.

8

Q

9

in The Bloods is it gave you access to weapons?

Couple of my mens

Before that I had my own.

Being in The Bloods was -- one of the things about being

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

Why did you feel like you needed access to weapons?

12

A

Anything could happen, like, you know even with -- just

13

'cause your Blood don't mean like you wouldn't have problems.

14

Like, we had in-house problems. We had internal problems --

15

Blood on Blood so, you know anything could happen. If people

16

-- you know there's real people everyone that, you know,

17

people don't feel just like because you're gang you -- I'm not

18

going to bother.

19

Q

When you say real people what do you do mean?

20

A

Like tough people everywhere, you know.

21

lot of people that's in a gang, they're not tough.

22

them use the gang as, you know, use it as leverage on other

23

people. Like more power than the next person that's not in the

24

gang but you got some people that's not in the gang that

25

they're just as tough as you.

You can't get with.

Just because a
A lot of

Just as tough as the toughest

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gang member you got.

2

Q

You mentioned there were Blood on Blood beefs, right?

3

A

Yes.

4

Q

Did you ever have a beef with a guy named Elvis?

5

A

Yes.

6

Q

When did you have a beef with Elvis?

7

A

Around at 09.

8

Like end of March to April.

9

that.

Right before the summer of 09, like March.
End of April.

Something like

10

Q

Who is Elvis?

11

A

I'm not sure if he is a Gorilla -- one of the Gorilla

12

Stones, but he hangs with that click.

13

Q

14

Who is in it?

15

A

That is KD, Dex, Fresh, Tel.

16

Q

Tell, do you know Tel's real name?

17

A

Jontel. His real name Jontel.

18

Q

How did you have beef with Elvis?

19

A

He was calling -- he got arrested and when he got

20

arrested one of my cousins was working in the precinct.

21

works the precinct.

22

Q

What precinct?

23

A

120 Precinct.

24

Q

Is she a cop or just works there?

25

A

She works there.

When you say that click, what click are you referring to?

She

She is not a cop, like. She's like a

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secretary or something there. So Elvis was meting with her

2

little sister, and he figured that since he was messing with

3

the sister, he could say something to her, but she don't know

4

him.

5

She ain't even know that he Elvis was messing with her sister.

6

So Elvis was calling her trying to get her help or whatever

7

but she's ignoring him.

8

Q

Get her help with his arrest?

9

A

Yeah.

Like she is not a person -- she don't be in the streets.

Like she see why he was arrested or whatever, but

10

she like ignored him.

She brushed him off. So, you know, she

11

just continued to go and like, after awhile he started cursing

12

her out. I had another aunt there at the time that worked

13

there.

14

area crying or whatever.

15

cop.

16

-- why are you calling her, she don't have nothing to do with

17

you, she not coming to you, but make long story short, my

18

cousin told me about that.

19

the ice cream parlor. There's an ice cream parlor in Staten

20

Island.

21

Q

You said we, who was with

22

A

Me, my cousin Zetta and my niece Blessa?

23

Q

And your cousin Zetta is the one who works at the

24

precinct?

25

A

She was a cop there.

She seen my cousin at their rest

So she is telling -- my aunt is a

She went over to Elvis and like, yo, she didn't know who

One way day we was on our way to

you?

Yes.

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Q

What happened?

2

A

So as she's telling me, like, she's telling me the story

3

that happened a couple of days ago.

4

the kid Elvis. Yeah I know him.

5

know, what happened with him and you know, she's telling me,

6

like she was crying and like he had her really hysterical.

7

was like why would he even curse you out, you know what I

8

mean.

9

Garnetta whatever. So, however -- just what happened passing

She's asking me do I know

So she's telling me what, you

I

So he supposedly mess with Garnetta (ph), he mess with

10

him and the crew that he rides motorcycles, Little Shadow

11

Riders (ph) motorcycle click -- motorcycle group.

12

Q

Who else was in the motorcycle click?

13

A

It's a bunch of people.

14

people. Like a lot of them like COs on Rikers Island and stuff

15

like that.

16

Q

Okay. So you saw Elvis.

17

A

Seen Elvis.

18

him right there.

19

store.

20

Q

What store?

21

A

On Van Pelt and Mariners Harbor right around from --

22

Q

Mariners Harbor?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Go ahead.

25

A

So, you know, I tell her to stop the car.

Like it's varies from different

She said, yes, ain't that something, that's
He was sitting on his bike in front of a

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and I like I confront him, you know. Why would you

2

disrespected my little cousin, so --

3

Q

What did he say?

4

A

Pretty much I went at him. You know, told him, like, if

5

you know you feel like disrespect her disrespect her now.

6

can do it, whatever we want to do now.

7

He was, like, I wasn't disrespecting her. I was just, like,

8

just because you deal with Garnetta don't mean you know her,

9

you are calling her a lot of names, calling her B --

10

Q

11

the Court?

We

Disrespect her now.

Wait. You can just say what you said if that's okay with

12

THE COURT: I will stop you if it is not all right.

13

MR. SARRETTT: Thank you, Your Honor.

14

A

All right. But you know, he was calling her -- out her

15

name, calling her B, and I told him like, you know, don't call

16

out her name next time.

17

you. And a couple of Shadow Riders just chill be easy, you

18

know what I mean.

19

doing, like, she got people that fight her battles for her.

20

Q

You felt he shouldn't be calling her that?

21

A

Yeah, he shouldn't be disrespecting her, not knowing who

22

she is, or who she could get to come in. So now in a few weeks

23

later -- not even -- like two weeks later, probably less than

24

two weeks later, my sister and my other cousin, they kids were

25

was born around the same day.

She got cousins that will deal with

I know he shouldn't be doing what he was

So, like, they picked that

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weekend in the middle to go partying for both of them.

My

2

sister got a sickly daughter.

3

party with my other cousin and their son. It was like a

4

neighborhood thing.

5

aunt and all of them grew up -- and we group up in another

6

building.

7

from the neighborhood, but it just so happens that Elvis'

8

friends' mother lives in the same building as my aunt and they

9

all know each other.

So, you know, she throws a

My father lives in one building and my

So my father's side was there, we was there, people

So, like, they threw a big barbecue

10

party.

Elvis winds up coming there.

He came. No words were

11

said between me and him.

12

at the time.

13

Q

What kind of dog?

14

A

I had a pit bull.

15

Q

Okay.

16

A

He is running in the grass. Elvis walked around me.

17

to over building where they got the grill.

18

over there and like he is saying his, hi, to his man's

19

mother-in-law, you know, all of them, but at the same time,

20

like, he's talking to my cousin, the one that he messed with

21

but her sister is there, Zetta, my other little sister, my

22

mother, my cousin, my sister Danielle, all of them. All of

23

them done heard about what happened.

24

him, like, you, you punk, you know what I am saying, why you

25

ain't -- you ain't saying nothing to a man. So whatever went

He walked around me.

I had my dog

I had my dog in the grass.

Goes

He got the grill

So, like, there teasing

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on over there I found out later because big incident happened

2

afterwards. Whatever went on over there I don't know what went

3

on at the time, me and my cousin John (ph) was standing back

4

toward my father's building and --

5

weed. So we're back over to my father's building.

6

comes.

7

something under his breath to me.

8

didn't hear him?

9

you.

you know we're smoking
Elvis

He comes, when he comes walks past he mumbles

No.

So my cousin was, like, you

I think he was directing that towards

So I'm, like, you got something to say, say it, you

10

know.

I mean he says like, yo, who do you think you are, you

11

ain't, you ain't you ain't all that tough, this, that and the

12

third. So I said, oh, yeah, I grabbed the dog chain off the

13

gate and I chase him to his car with the dog chain. He runs to

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his car but when he gets to his car I am like in front of his

15

car.

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you know, I wasn't really -- if he would have came forward I

17

would have smashed the glass with the dog chain.

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other way. Like the party was going on, you know.

19

sister, like, because they, like, yo, what was happening, what

20

did you say to him over there.

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punk, this that and third.

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girl, why don't he talk to you like that.

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punk.

24

Q

Your cousin who works in the precinct?

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A

Yeah. So, you know, that's when he came back in.

He backed his car out and he goes the other way. Now,

He goes the
I asked my

Zetta said I called him a

He got enough mouth to talk to a
I called him a

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what he said to me and that was that. So, you know, the party

2

still goes on. Keeps going. About 20 minutes later my other

3

cousin is like, yes, Elvis and him like right there in that

4

truck.

5

truck.

6

Q

What kind of truck was it?

7

A

It was a dark colored SUV.

8

was it like a dark blue or black, but it was a SUV big truck.

9

They park it like half a block down.

So I look at the truck.

I see him get out of the

I don't know exactly, like,

Came out like the back

10

of the building.

They park it toward the back of the building

11

and came out to the front.

12

Q

Who is they?

13

A

Elvis and Dex.

14

Q

So what happened?

15

A

Elvis Gets out of the truck and comes to the front of the

16

building.

17

grass. Both of them -- both have weapons, Elvis had a chrome

18

weapon and Dex has a black weapon.

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Q

You say weapon, what are you talking about?

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A

Gun.

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Q

What happened?

22

A

It was like I couldn't run because it's like a bunch of

23

kids there.

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my grandmother, you know.

25

everybody's right there.

Dex gets out of truck and goes toward more into the

I am going to run and leave kids, leave my moms,
My father, he is crippled.
So like I am not running.

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Like

You going

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to shoot me, you are going to shoot me in front of everybody?

2

He got the gun out, and you know he just pretty much making

3

idle threats at me.

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don't know who you're dealing with and all of that.

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right. Well, you got the gun. Shoot. You going to shoot. You

6

know, two kids grabbed him up and tell him like be easy,

7

whatever, whatever, whatever. His man is telling him he is

8

bugging, like my moms is over there, whatever, whatever. So my

9

whole thing is like I am pretty pissed off.

Elvis, he is making idle threats.

You

All

Like, my moms,

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you, kids.

This in front of other people, like my moms, my

11

kids, my nieces, my sister, my father.

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of junk back to him.

13

This ain't going to stop here, you know. And that's when my

14

other cousin, you, watch the one in the grass, watch the one

15

in the grass, you know. Zito (ph) and Melli (ph)

16

grab Elvis up and told him why you even come back here doing

17

all of that.

18

Q

What what do you mean the one in the grass?

19

A

The other kid in the grass that was Dex.

20

first I thought he went over the building but he can't go over

21

the building but --

22

Q

What happened.

23

A

Nothing. They going back to his truck. You know, we

24

stayed talking junk to each other, but they pulled off.

25

left.

So I am talking a lot

Like, you, yeah, you mess up, you know.

and them

So you know, at

They

My moms and everybody was pretty much upset, you know.

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They spoil the party or whatever. You know, I felt I had a

2

beef with them.

3

Like my moms mad.

4

she said I need a vacation.

5

Q

How long did you stay about?

6

A

About two weeks.

7

Q

And then what did you do?

8

A

I come back to New York.

9

Q

Staten Island?

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

To where?

12

A

At the time I was dealing with this girl Michelle

13

Figueroa.

14

Q

Dealing with, what do you mean?

15

A

I was in a relationship with her.

16

Q

Okay.

17

A

That's when I moved to 331 Grandview (ph).

18

over there.

19

Q

That is Mariners Harbor?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

So what happened with the beef with Elvis, did you --

22

A

It eventually died itself down. My brother came home

23

couple of weeks after I came back from down South.

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Q

He came home from jail?

25

A

Yes. He wound up calling Elvis in West Brighton, and you

Then I seen Elvis -- not right off the bat.
She sen me down South.

Tell you the truth,

I went to Ralley, North Carolina.

Clear my head.

Came back to Staten Island.

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OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER

I was staying

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know, he already had called one of the girl friend's that was

2

cool with me and cool with him and he was telling her, like,

3

he really didn't want no beef with me.

4

was, whatever, whatever.

5

me but at the same time she's talking to me about it, like she

6

called Elvis and told Elvis like I'm over here, you know, what

7

I mean. And he was, like, he's in the neighborhood.

8

came over there but he didn't know I was there -- me and my

9

bother was there.

He didn't know who I

So, you know, she was -- she called

So he

So when he came over he seemed like he got

10

out of the car like he was apologizing, oh, I didn't know you

11

was going to hit me with a dog chain.

12

just like you just pulled out a weapon.

13

there, you know, what I mean. So him and my brother got into

14

some words.

15

what I mean. You know, from there I -- he -- he pretty much

16

apologizes his situation and you know we made amends with it.

17

Q

It died out?

18

A

It died out right there.

19

Q

Right there?

20

A

Yeah, it died out.

21

that.

22

dealing with one of my cousins, he was speaking to my sister,

23

and all of that, so he didn't really have no animosity.

24

Q

25

February of 2009?

I am just not -- I'm
My moms and everybody

My brother, so some shit you can't do, you know

I seen him couple of times after

We don't -- he started speaking, you know.

He was

So during this time -- you said you got out of jail in

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A

Yes.

2

Q

This beef with Elvis happened during the summer; is that

3

right?

4

A

5

summer, like April.

6

Sometime around there.

7

brother came home in May.

8

Q

You said you were selling drugs at this time?

9

A

Yes.

10

Q

Who were you selling drugs with?

11

A

By myself.

12

Q

How is it that you were able to sell by yourself?

13

A

I had a pretty lengthy reputation, you know.

14

Q

Reputation for what?

15

A

Handling my own -- handling my business, like, you know.

16

I made a reputation in jail, carried it over to the street,

17

you know.

18

Q

Reputation for being tough; is that what you mean?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

So you were selling drugs by yourself at this point, did

21

there come a point later when you started selling for somebody

22

else?

23

A

24

started doing a little together, and pretty much selling

25

together, and he got his money right and he start doing his

Umm it was, no, like it was beginning right before the
Towards the end of April.

April.

My brother came home in May. My

My bother came home. Put him on his feet.

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You know, he

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own thing.

2

Q

3

mean?

4

A

I helped him get money.

5

Q

By doing what?

6

A

You know, giving him money to buy drugs.

7

taking care of him like when he didn't have, and I had.

8

Q

You gave him some money to get started selling crack?

9

A

Yes.

10

Q

Now, at some point while you were out at this time, did

11

you have a dispute with a guy named Pauly?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

What happened with Pauly?

14

A

When I came home in 09 February 13th -- before I went in

15

I was dealing with Michelle Figueroa.

16

up dealing with another -- she wound up having another

17

relationship with a kid Pauly.

18

my sister, you know, they close friends. They are besties and

19

all that, how girls call each other besties and all that, so

20

yu know, and she was cool with my moms and al of them and you

21

know.

22

Q

Michelle was?

23

A

Yes.

24

kid Pauly but like I really didn't care, you know. So, as I

25

told you, I was back with my sister so on Friday nights and

When you saw you pit him on his feet, what does that

You know,

When I was in she wound

Now, when I came home her and

So when I -- I came out she was dealing with the

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Saturdays she will come over to Arlington.

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over to Arlington.

3

Q

Michelle came over to your sister's house?

4

A

Yes.

5

over there so she didn't have too many friends over there, so

6

she would come over there and mingle with my sister and her

7

friends in Arlington.

8

like she was already in that relationship.

9

doing -- me I was mingling with everybody one else, you know.

Drink, listen to music.

She would come

There were a lot of people

So, you know, when I came home it was
So I was just

10

I started getting money again. Wasn't paying no mind but she

11

would have to see me because she would be in my sister's house

12

I would have to see her.

I would come in, change, go out, go

13

to a party, or whatever.

She would be there, whatever.

14

would come the next morning Saturday, and pass out in the

15

living room, you know.

16

Q

You're saying you got back together?

17

A

No, not at that point. She starts telling me things about

18

the relationship she's in, and how she didn't like the

19

relationship.

20

the bed you chose, so you chose that. Long story short, one

21

night we were drinking and she wanted me to come spend the

22

night at her house. I wound up spending the night at her

23

house.

24

that -- all of that I tell her like if your man comes, like,

25

I'm not -- I am not jumping out the windows, I'm not getting

He's abusive or whatever.

She

I told her that's

So, you know, the next morning, like before prior to

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under the beds, I'm not doing none of that. Not going to do

2

none of that.

3

just letting you know.

4

like, one of my sister's daughters is in special hospital in

5

Vaughn (ph), New Jersey so we made plans to go visit her the

6

next morning.

7

come pick me up.

8

It's like eight, nine o'clock in the morning.

9

decided that she was going to go with us, so she's in the

So she's like he's not coming, ha-ha.

I was

So in the morning after everything,

So my sister and them, they were supposed to
I'm sitting there early in the morning.
So she just

10

bathroom like getting ready to do her hair and all of that.

11

So I'm joking with her.

12

to, look, like, your man's coming, your man's coming.

13

is like stop playing, stop playing.

14

know, we got the music playing.

15

watching New York 1.

16

banging on the door, boom, boom, boom.

17

music down a little and she's like got the blow dryer so she

18

can't really hear.

19

you don't hear the door?

20

Go answer your door.

21

somebody's really banging on the door. So and you hear I hear

22

you in there, answer the door. I go to the door and I look out

23

the peephole.

24

yo, I see you.

25

fucking in there. Michelle, open the door. So I'm like that's

You know, really pretty much trying
So she

He ain't coming. So, you

I'm in the room.

I am

You know, next thing you know it is
So like I turn the

She's blowing her hair out.

So I'm like

She's like stop playing at the door.

So it starts banging again, like

When I look out the peephole he's like I see,
Open, the door, open the door. I know you

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your man. So she's like -- she's a caught, she don't know what

2

to do.

3

yeah, open the door, I'm fully dressed.

4

the door.

5

peephole, open the door. So she don't want to open the door.

6

So I'm a man, I go to open the door. When I go to open the

7

door he done kicked the door so much that I got to lean into

8

the door and twist the knob.

9

door and unclick the knob -- I already took the two top

I'm sitting there.

I'm just looking at her, like,
We both dressed. Open

Open the door, you know what I mean, see me at the

So now, as I'm leaning into the

10

latches off, so I'm just turning the lock that is on the

11

doorknob.

12

kicked the door open I jumped behind the door.

13

door in front of me.

14

her.

15

commences to beat her up, but he doesn't see me behind the

16

door.

17

from hitting her, that's when he realized like, oh, yeah, this

18

is what you were doing, this is what you were doing, that's

19

how you're going to me?

20

forget who did who first. So, you know -- and you know from

21

there I'm telling him pretty much like you know I'm not

22

letting you beat her up.

23

going to let you beat her. Know what I mean, this, that and

24

the third.

25

you're going to do me?

I'm turning that.

He kicks the door open.
I

When he

hold the

His first -- he sees her. He goes after

He chokes her up and throws her on the floor.

He

So now when I come and I grab him and I grab his arm

How you're going to do me?

You know what I'm saying.

Oh, that's how you're getting down.

You

I'm not

That's how

What do you mean, that's how I'm going

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to do you. Like it is what it is.

2

beat her up. I'm not going to let you beat her up so that's

3

how you're feeling?

4

outside.

5

outside and we do what we go to do.

6

Yeah.

Like you can't come here to

Me and you got a problem, let's go

I want don't want to destroy your house.

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BY MR. SARRATT:

2

Q

All right.

3

A

We go outside, and like he pretty much just keeps

4

talking.

5

in close quarters.

6

me, stomach and all that, I didn't want to fight him in the

7

hallway.

He's a big dude, so I didn't want to like fight him

So, I tried to get myself an advantage.

8
9

Be in the hallway, he was much bigger than

I tell him to go outside.
doesn't want to fight.

We go outside.

He's talking.

I have the razor out,

10

and I have it in my hand, and he can't see it.

11

going to do me like that?

12

already happened.

13

of it?

14

that's it, you know what I mean.

It is what it is.

15

Get over it.

You know.

How are you

It happened.

It

Is you going to make something

I was with her last night, and

He is walking back.

I got you, you know what I am

16

saying.

What you mean you got me?

17

When you say you got me, how you got me?

18

See me now.

19

He

I'm from the streets.
You going to see me.

Another one of my mans was coming around the corner,

20

and, you know, he seen the altercation taking place, you know

21

what I'm saying.

22

He's like, Yo, what do you need your little brother for?

23

like, Yo, son, I got that thing on me right now.

24

Q

25

in code?

I'm telling him to call my little brother.
He's

When you say "call my little brother," were you speaking

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CSR

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A

No.

2

call my little brother.

3

Q

Okay.

4

A

He's like, Yo, what you need him for?

5

going to deal with me.

6

right now.

7

car.

8

Q

Wait.

9

A

He's walking off still talking.

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Calling my little brother, that's my cousin that I

Call him.

This nigger is

He's like, Yo, I'm strapped

I'm like, Let me see that.

Boom, I jump in the

Has Paulie walked off at this point?
He's half a block away,

10

talking about he's going to see me, you got to come back to A

11

Town.

12

Q

You took that as a threat?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

So, what happened?

15

A

I got in the car.

16

through in the harbor to where you could come up onto South

17

Avenue.

18

to go up to South Avenue, the shortcut, instead of walking all

19

the way around.

I'm going to see you.

You got in the car?
It's a path where you could cut

That's where he was going.

20

He was taking that path

I had to get in the car and go all the way around.

21

By the time I got all the way around, he was coming up over

22

the hill.

23

but he wasn't sure he seen me in the car.

24

double-taked.

25

jumped out the car.

When he came over the hill, he seen me in the car,
He looked.

He

We zoomed past him and pulled the car over.

I

He's looking for the car, but he doesn't

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CSR

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see the car now.

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sure if I was in the car, too.

3

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He don't know where the car is.

He was not

As he's coming into the street on South Avenue, I

4

jumped out from behind another car.

I got a gun showing, and

5

I'm asking him like, What you mean you got me?

6

how?

How you got me?

7

now.

What you mean you got me?

8

me now.

9

Q

You were showing him the gun?

10

A

He's like not even like that.

11

you're not even built like that to be telling me you're going

12

to see me when.

13

it like that.

14

now, and I let two shots over his head.

15

Q

You shot two shots over his head?

16

A

Yes.

17

Q

Were you shooting at him?

18

A

No.

19

Q

Were you trying to scare him?

20

A

Yes, pretty much.

21

Q

What happened?

22

A

After that, you know, his -- he lived in the same

23

building my sister lived in.

24

sister lived in.

25

the time.

Like I got you now.

You got me

Like I got you

You going to see me how.

I'm telling him like, Yo,

How are you going to see me?
I wasn't telling you.

See

I wasn't saying

I was like, Yeah, see me

He lived in the same building my

His cousin lived next door to my sister at

So, you know, right after that, I got in the car

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CSR

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and went to my sister's house.

2

Like in the Arlington Houses, like the kitchens like

3

got little vents, like you could hear what's going on in each

4

other's apartments or whatever, so I pretty much heard like

5

when he made the phone call or whatever to his cousin, and

6

told his cousin that, you know, I had just shot him or

7

whatever.

8
9

So, she called my sister.
Her and my sister had a conversation on the phone.

Like, Yo, why are you shooting at Paulie, you know what I

10

mean?

11

could hear the conversation through her phone, and I could

12

also hear her screaming out of her apartment.

13

her and her baby father arguing about it.

14

We're in the kitchen.

Like the conversation is, I

I could hear

Eventually, like it was like, you know, I grabbed

15

the phone, because I was tired of like letting her talk to my

16

sister when I'm right there.

17

what he said.

18

Yo, Paulie shouldn't have said

It was more than that.

She was like, Yo, are you doing this over the girl?

19

That's his girl.

20

was not letting her beat her up.

21

was.

22

leave or whatever.

All right.

I slept with her that night, whatever.

I

He took it more than what it

That's your girl.

You deal with her after I

23

So, you know, she was like, But you know Paulie.

He

24

ain't that type of street dude, you know what I am saying.

At

25

the same time he shouldn't have been addressing me like he was

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CSR

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trying to threaten me.

2

father John, we know each other.

3

had kids, you know.

Changes his life.

4

we're kind of cool.

We know the same group of people.

5

know, Paulie ain't about that life.

6

So, you know, me and Tina's baby
He a kid from Brooklyn.

He

So, like me and John,
You

I'm telling John like the way he was acting was like

7

he was about that life.

8

crib or whatever.

9

night.

All right.

It is what it is.

He caught me in your girl

You deal with her afterwards.

10

you beat her up while I'm there.

11

was beating her up.

12

Your girl chose me that
I'm not going to let

That was like Tina was, he

Me and him, I grabbed him from finish choking her

13

and smacking her on the floor.

That's how me and him got into

14

an altercation.

15

nothing to do with that.

Paulie is on his own.

16

nothing to do with that.

Tina is like, Just leave him.

17

no problem with Paulie.

18

going to see my niece, and that's it.

19

Paulie.

20

Q

21

dispute?

22

A

Yes, I talk to Paulie to this day.

23

Q

You were able to resolve it without more violence?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

You got arrested one more time, in August 2009?

So, you know, John was like, I ain't got
I don't want

He's the least of my concern.

I got
I'm

I'm not thinking about

When you come back, did you and Paulie resolve the

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Yes.

2

Q

What did you get arrested for?

3

A

They raided Michelle Figueroa's house and found five bags

4

of crack.

5

Q

The police raided Michelle's house?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

Did you plead guilty to that?

8

A

Yes, I did.

9

Q

Was it your crack?

10

A

Yes.

11

Q

But they only found five bags?

12

A

Five bags.

13

Q

What did you get sentenced to for that?

14

A

Thirty days.

15

Q

When did you come home?

16

A

Beginning of September.

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thirty days.

18

Q

You only actually did twenty days?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Even though the sentence was thirty days?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

Now, between the period when you came home in September

23

2009 and the time you got arrested that left you in jail as

24

you are now, were you out that whole time?

25

A

Only do twenty days off of

Yeah.

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Q

So, you were out from September all the way to?

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A

January.

3

Q

January is when you got arrested; right?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

I want to direct your attention to November 6 and 7 of

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2009.

7

the evening of the November 6 and into the day or the early

8

morning of November 7.

9

A

Early that day, pretty much rode around selling drugs.

10

Q

Were you selling on a route at that point?

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A

Yes.

What did you do -- I'm talking about the overnight or

12

What did you do that day?

Came back to the Mariner's Harbor Projects.

13

Q

Where were you living at that time?

14

A

In 331 Grandview.

15

Q

With who?

16

A

Michelle Figueroa.

17

Q

You were back with Michelle?

18

A

Yes.

19

Q

You were living at her house?

20

A

Yes.

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Q

You said you were selling drugs that day.

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you doing?

23

A

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Mariner's Harbor Projects, my sister and all of them was

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outside in front of my father's building.

Drinking, smoking.

What else were

When I came back to the projects,

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CSR

A bunch of girl

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cousins.

So, like they was all over there drinking with their

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friends, but pretty much, they was all getting a little tipsy

3

before they was ready to go to a party.

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Q

There was a party that night?

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A

Yes.

6

Q

Where was the party going to be?

7

A

My uncle had a lounge.

8

Q

Who is your uncle?

9

A

My Uncle Derrick.

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Q

What's Derrick's last name?

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A

Field.

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Q

Derrick had a lounge, you said?

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A

Yes.

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Q

Where was the lounge?

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A

Right behind South Avenue off of Arlington.

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the harbor and Arlington.

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Q

Who was planning to go to the party?

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A

Pretty much all the girls there, you know.

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them was trying to get me to go.

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that time was Michelle.

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go to parties like that.

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Q

Did you plan on going?

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No, I wasn't planning on going.

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money.

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Q

In between

My sister and

The only one wasn't going at

She was not going to go.

She doesn't

I was too busy making

Selling drugs?

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Yes.

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So, I wasn't really thinking about the party.
But a week prior to that, the Halloween party, I

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missed the Halloween party and all that.

4

cousins and everybody's like, You missed the last party.

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should come.

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was pretty much antagonizing me to come, until finally I said,

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I'll go.

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Q

What about Michelle, did she change her mind?

9

A

Yes.

You know.

My sister and my

They just wanted me to come.

You

They

F it, and I'll go.

My sister told me, Talk her into going.

She never

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went out with us before.

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nothing with us.

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eventually wound up talking her into going, you know.

13

walked from my father's building, which is only a building

14

away from Michelle's building, to get ready to go to the

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party.

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She never went to no parties or

My sister told me to talk her into going.

I

We

A couple of my cousins and them sat outside.

A

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couple of them came upstairs with me, my sister and Michelle

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and my sister's baby father.

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clothes.

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running around.

21

wanted to put more appropriate party clothes on.

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Q

Like a what?

23

A

I put on my black Gucci boots.

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Gucci's I had.

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had the black Gucci belt and Gucci scarf.

You know, I went in to change my

Michelle went in to change her clothes.

I was

I think I had a sweatsuit on at the time.

A bunch of the black

Michelle put on a tan Gucci's belt and bag.

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After that, you know, my cousins and them, they

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drinking in the front, and like the living room area had a

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little bar in there.

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drinks.

So, you know, they helping themselves to

It was kind of stocked.

5

When I came out from getting dressed, Michelle and

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my sister still in the back.

My sister and another one of my

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little cousins Dominique, they are in the back.

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I go into the front.

9

smoking a blunt in the living room.

I roll a weed blunt.

So, you know,

Me and Eric

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Q

Who is Eric?

11

A

My sister baby father.

12

Q

Danielle's?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

Continue.

15

A

We smoking in the front, waiting for them to get ready.

16

We got this like a concoction of drinks mixed into one that

17

everybody is drinking.

18

pitcher, like that, and we all poured drinks.

19

Eric poured the last.

20

We got that inside a cooler, like a
We and me and

Them and we go outside with the blunt.

My little

21

cousins and them are still outside, and a couple of their

22

friends, they got their cars in the parking lot.

23

their cars into your parking lot and leave from there.

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anywhere from 10:30, 10:45.

25

Q

They pulled
It's

You were getting ready to go?

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CSR

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My sister and them, we were waiting for them to

2

come downstairs.

As soon as they come downstairs, we are

3

going to leave.

When my sister and them came downstairs,

4

everybody wound up taking pictures off of their phones,

5

cameras and all that before we went over there.

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the only boys.

7

bunch of girls.

8

Q

How did you get there?

9

A

I drove my car -- I didn't drive it.

10

Q

What kind of car did you have at the time?

11

A

I had a black Lexus.

12

Q

So, you went in your car, but Michelle drove?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

Who else went in your car?

15

A

My sister and her baby father.

16

Q

That's Eric; right?

17

A

Yes.

18

Q

And you said there were a couple of other cars who went

19

with you?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

How many people were in your crew total who went over

22

there?

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A

24

girls.

25

Q

It's a bunch of girls.

Me and Eric's

Three cars with a

Me and Eric is the only boys.

Michelle drove it.

It was two boys and, if I'm not mistaken, eight or nine

All right.

So, how far is it from Mariner's Harbor to

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CSR

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where the party was?

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A

Couple of blocks.

3

Q

Not far?

4

A

No.

5

Q

You could have walked?

6

A

A block over, a block up, and a block over.

7

Q

When you got to the party, what was the scene?

8

A

It was a few people in the party, you know.

9

Q

What do you mean by a "few"?

10

A

Give or take, like forty-something people in the party.

11

Q

What was going on?

12

A

Pretty much nothing.

13

was not really crowded.

14

little size area.

15

everybody off to their secluded sides, or sitting at -- on

16

their little sofa or on the stool near the bar.

17

Q

What time do you think it was when you first got there?

18

A

Probably a little after 11:00, anywhere from 11:00,

19

between 11:00 and 11:30.

20

Q

What did you do when you first got there?

21

A

I said hi to a couple of people, chilled, went and

22

started talking to my uncle.

23

of my cousin's baby father, Black, we started talking, you

24

know.

25

them a drink, continued to talk with my uncle.

A block.

Just a -- everybody mingling.

People had drinks.

This was not crowded.

I ordered a drink.

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

It

It was a nice

You could see

That was it.

Me and my uncle and another one

I ordered my sister a drink.

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And I told my uncle, like, You know, I need to

2

smoke.

Where is the designated smoking area at?

3

smoking weed.

4

shows me.

5

bathrooms, and we go over there and we rolled a blunt, you

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know.

7

of girls there at the time.

8

Q

He's like, Black will show you.

I was

So, Black

We walk out of the little club area towards the

A couple of girls come with us, because it was a couple

Let me stop you right there?

9

Mr. Boone, I'm going to show you on the screen in

10

front of you a diagram, which has been marked as a

11

demonstrative exhibit, which is marked as Government's Exhibit

12

207.

13

THE COURT:

14

MR. SARRATT:

15

Is that in evidence?
I think we only offered it as a

demonstrative, your Honor.

16

THE COURT:

Yes.

17

MR. SARRATT:

I recall.

It's not officially in evidence.

18

Q

You see what's on Government's Exhibit 207?

19

A

Yes.

20

Q

Does this appear to be a rough approximation of how the

21

club was laid out?

22

A

Yes, it is.

23

Q

Do you see any things that are missing?

24

A

A few things.

25

Q

What are we missing here?

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CSR

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a loveseat over there, like a sofa up there.

3

Q

4

want.

5

A

Right up here, all up in there.

6

Q

There's a loveseat over there?

7

A

Yes, it's a loveseat.

8

Q

Anything else?

9

A

A table over there.

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Over near the front exit, where it says "Closet," there's

You can put a mark on the screen with your finger, if you
Show the jury where you are talking about.

More over here.

There's a table

10

right here.

There's a table where the couch is.

11

Q

12

couch, there's a table, you said?

13

A

Yes.

14

Q

Otherwise, does it seem to you --

15

A

Pretty much a couple of chairs, give or take, missing

16

along the exit wall.

17

same.

18

Q

19

the party?

20

A

Over here.

21

Q

Is that what you are calling the front door?

22

A

Yes.

A table, and what we're looking at to the right of the

There's a table right there.

Pretty much everything.

Can you show the jury on here the door where you entered

The first exit sign over here.

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THE COURT:

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MR. SARRATT:

25

Looks about the

Protect your record, please.
For the record, the witness has just

marked the area marked "Exit" at the top-left of Government's

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CSR

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Exhibit 207.

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Thank you, your Honor.

3

Q

So, Mr. Boone, that's where you came in, on the top-left?

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

You said you went and talked to your uncle?

6

A

Yes.

7

Q

Where did you go and talk to your uncle?

8

A

Right near the bar area.

9

Q

Did he hang out by the bar area?

10

A

Yes, he was over there when we came in.

11

Q

Is the bar area accurately depicted on this diagram?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

So, you said you asked your uncle about a place to smoke;

14

right?

15

A

Yes.

16

Q

And he said for you to talk to a guy named Black?

17

A

Yes.

18

says "Restrooms."

19

Q

20

bottom-right of the screen, where it says "Restrooms"?

21

A

Yes.

22

Q

That was the smoking area?

23

A

Yes.

24

Q

Who went out there to smoke?

25

A

Me, Fresh, this girl Tyesha, Ilene.

We went out through the other exit to where it
We went over there.

It's like a hallway.

So, you are referring to the place in the very

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

CSR

That was it at the

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time.

After that, halfway through

2

the blunt, my cousin Dominique came over there with Fresh.

3

Q

4

or did he come in later?

5

A

6

back to smoke.

7

Q

Who was there when you first went back to smoke?

8

A

Me, Ilene, Tyesha, Black and Nana.

9

Q

Who is Ilene?

10

A

A chick I had a relationship with.

11

Q

You had a relationship with her and Michelle at the time?

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

So, you went back there to smoke weed.

14

A

You know, I had half a blunt from when -- from when I put

15

it out before we left from the building, and we rolled another

16

blunt.

17

finished the other blunt, like my cousin and Fresh come.

18

cousin Dominique and Fresh come.

Was Fresh over there when you first went back to smoke,

He came in later.

He wasn't there when we first went

What happened?

So, as we finished the half a blunt and almost
My

19

When they come, Fresh is asking me to smoke some of

20

the blunt, but I'm telling him like, It's already five people

21

on the blunt, and it's almost gone.

22

unless you have your own.

23

roll it up.

24

rolling the blunt, I let Fresh get on the blunt that we have.

25

He rolls another blunt.

No, you can't get in

I got a bag, too.

So, he passes it to Dominique.

We sitting there.

ANTHONY M. MANCUSO,

CSR

All right, we'll
As Dominique

We smoked.

We

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there for about another fifteen minutes.

2

So, we go back in to the club area to the dance

3

area, and now it's like it's more packed.

4

there.

5

whole time we was over there.

6

good thirty-five minutes.

7

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It's a party now.

It's more people

It was people coming in and out the
We was over there about for a

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BY MR. SARRATT:

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Q

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people were there.

5

A

6

you seen Dex, KD, Tel.

7

Q

8

the people we're talking about.

So who did you see when you came back out?

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You said more

Who did you see?

You know, a few more girls.

You seen, you seen Elvis,

We seen other kids from the Harbor.

I'll stop you right there and I want to identify some of

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Your Honor, can I approach the witness?

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THE COURT:

11

Q

12

Exhibit 1.

Yes.

I'm showing you what's been admitted as Government

13

Do you recognize this person?

14

A

Yes.

15

Q

Who is that?

16

A

That's KD.

17

Q

I'm showing you what's been admitted as Government

18

Exhibit 2.

19

Do you recognize this person?

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

I'm showing you what's been admitted as Government

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Exhibit 7.

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That's Dex.

Do you recognize this person?

24

A

Yes.

25

Q

Who is that?

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That's Fresh.

2

Q

I'm showing you what's been admitted as Government

3

Exhibit 11.

4

A

Yes.

5

Q

Who is that?

6

A

That's Elvis.

7

Q

Is that the same Elvis that you had the dispute with that

8

you talked about earlier?

9

A

Yes.

10

Q

Now, you said when you came out from smoking weed, that

11

the Port Richmond clique was there.

12

A

Yes.

13

Q

Was anybody with the Port Richmond clique?

14

A

They had a couple of Brooklyn kids with them, how they

15

was introduced, they was from Brooklyn.

16

Q

You said there were a couple?

17

A

Yes.

18

Q

I'm showing you now what's been admitted as Government

19

Exhibit 6.

20

A

Yes.

21

Q

Who is that?

22

A

A fellow that got introduced to us as Big Homie of the

23

Gorillas.

Do you recognize this person?

Right?

Do you recognize this person?

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THE COURT:

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THE WITNESS:

CMH

The what?

OCR

The Big Homie of the Gorillas, the

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Gorilla Stone.

2

Q

3

Exhibit 10.

4

A

They just said that he was a homie.

5

Q

Do you recognize the person depicted in Government

6

Exhibit 10?

7

A

Yes.

8

Q

And where did you see that person?

9

A

The night of the party.

10

Q

At the club?

11

A

Yes.

12

Q

And was he introduced to you?

13

A

Yeah, he was introduced, but I don't recall him or his

14

name.

15

like out of our minds, like.

16

Q

17

you understand that to mean?

18

A

A member of the Bloods.

19

Q

Was he a member of the Gorilla Bloods?

20

A

Yes.

And I'm showing you what's been admitted as Government

Like, it was really -- after he left our sights, it was

You said he was introduced to you as a homie.

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22

near being finished?

All right.

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MR. SARRATT:

24

THE COURT:

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It's after 5:00.

All right.

OCR

Are you

I'm sorry to say no.
Members of the jury, we're

going to recess for today.

CMH

What did

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Please remember my admonitions.
case.

Keep an open mind.

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(Jury exits.)

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Do not discuss the

We'll begin at 9:30 tomorrow.

All right.

We are adjourned until

tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m.

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MR. SARRATT:

Thank you, Your Honor.

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1398:14, 1404:14
1700 [1] - 1423:13
18 [1] - 1398:12

1991 [2] - 1404:6,
1404:25
1993 [1] - 1413:13
1994 [1] - 1403:16

2
2 [1] - 1493:18
20 [3] - 1405:19,
1451:10, 1466:2
2000 [2] - 1404:9,
1420:3
2000s [1] - 1400:9
2002 [1] - 1425:14
2004 [2] - 1404:6,
1404:9
2005 [4] - 1388:7,
1388:11, 1394:16,
1394:20
2007 [1] - 1404:9
2008 [2] - 1402:21,
1404:6
2009 [7] - 1402:21,
1403:23, 1457:9,
1469:25, 1480:25,
1481:23, 1482:6
2010 [1] - 1404:12
2012 [2] - 1379:7,
1496:7
207 [3] - 1488:12,
1488:18, 1490:1
225 [1] - 1379:22
24 [2] - 1446:5,
1446:17
24-hour [1] - 1446:11
27 [1] - 1391:19
271 [1] - 1379:16
28th [1] - 1404:25

3
331 [2] - 1468:17,
1482:14

4
4:00 [1] - 1456:13

5
5 [1] - 1394:16
5:00 [1] - 1495:21

6
6 [3] - 1482:5, 1482:7,
1494:19
613-2643 [1] - 1379:23
630 [1] - 1442:7
65 [1] - 1439:2

CMH

OCR

65's [1] - 1427:3
6th [1] - 1403:22

7
7 [6] - 1403:22,
1446:5, 1446:17,
1482:5, 1482:8,
1493:22
718 [1] - 1379:23
7th [2] - 1408:4,
1408:5

8
85 [1] - 1382:3

9
9:30 [4] - 1379:8,
1496:2, 1496:5,
1496:7

A
a.m [3] - 1379:8,
1496:5, 1496:7
able [4] - 1381:19,
1440:9, 1470:12,
1480:23
abusive [1] - 1472:19
access [8] - 1458:23,
1458:24, 1458:25,
1459:2, 1459:4,
1459:6, 1459:9,
1459:11
accident [1] - 1432:14
Accord [3] - 1389:17,
1389:21, 1390:5
accurately [1] 1490:11
act [5] - 1411:16,
1411:19, 1412:5,
1415:8, 1418:10
acting [1] - 1480:6
actions [1] - 1431:14
activity [1] - 1431:22
acts [1] - 1411:9
actual [1] - 1385:24
ADA [2] - 1450:1,
1454:10
additional [1] 1437:17
address [1] - 1390:20
addressing [1] 1479:25
adjourn [1] - 1381:24
adjourned [2] 1496:4, 1496:7
admissible [2] -

RMR

1384:17, 1395:2
admit [4] - 1395:4,
1406:10, 1406:12,
1455:3
admitted [6] 1493:11, 1493:17,
1493:21, 1494:2,
1494:18, 1495:2
admonitions [3] 1396:6, 1456:8,
1496:1
advantage [2] 1418:18, 1476:7
advice [1] - 1431:10
affect [1] - 1440:11
affiliated [2] - 1422:5,
1422:6
afternoon [13] 1383:8, 1383:10,
1383:12, 1383:13,
1383:15, 1383:16,
1386:18, 1386:24,
1387:15, 1387:16,
1397:15, 1397:16,
1456:8
afterwards [3] 1465:2, 1480:9,
1491:1
ago [2] - 1412:9,
1462:3
agreed [3] - 1384:22,
1394:13, 1401:17
ahead [4] - 1381:10,
1411:2, 1453:4,
1462:24
aided [1] - 1379:25
ain't [15] - 1419:14,
1452:20, 1454:14,
1461:5, 1462:17,
1464:25, 1465:11,
1467:13, 1473:13,
1479:24, 1480:5,
1480:14
al [1] - 1471:20
alliance [2] - 1422:12,
1422:13
allow [1] - 1392:17
almost [3] - 1450:19,
1491:16, 1491:21
altercation [2] 1476:20, 1480:14
alternates [3] 1381:9, 1381:11,
1381:15
altogether [1] 1429:25
amends [1] - 1469:16
AMERICA [1] - 1379:3
America [2] - 1380:3,
1383:4

CRR

FCRR

Amos [1] - 1397:10
AMOS [2] - 1397:10,
1497:7
amount [2] - 1431:12,
1454:15
analysis [1] - 1393:17
Andrew [2] - 1380:11,
1383:11
ANDREW [1] 1379:18
animosity [1] 1469:23
answer [3] - 1421:2,
1473:20, 1473:22
answered [2] 1394:24, 1395:1
antagonizing [1] 1484:6
anti [2] - 1388:1,
1388:9
anti-crime [2] 1388:1, 1388:9
apartment [1] 1479:12
apartments [1] 1479:4
apologizes [1] 1469:16
apologizing [1] 1469:10
appear [6] - 1407:24,
1408:2, 1408:3,
1408:24, 1409:7,
1488:20
APPEARANCES [1] 1379:12
appearances [1] 1383:6
appeared [3] 1389:21, 1393:1,
1394:17
apprehended [1] 1408:17
approach [4] 1397:11, 1427:21,
1447:18, 1493:9
approached [2] 1389:20, 1390:4
appropriate [2] 1384:22, 1484:21
approximation [1] 1488:20
April [5] - 1460:8,
1470:5
area [24] - 1398:21,
1398:23, 1400:25,
1401:1, 1426:22,
1428:4, 1428:22,
1440:13, 1440:19,
1445:10, 1452:9,

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1458:18, 1461:14,
1485:2, 1487:14,
1488:2, 1488:4,
1489:25, 1490:8,
1490:9, 1490:11,
1490:22, 1492:2,
1492:3
areas [1] - 1445:17
argue [1] - 1454:5
arguing [1] - 1479:13
argument [1] 1385:12
Ariail [2] - 1380:8,
1383:8
ARIAIL [4] - 1379:14,
1380:7, 1383:8,
1396:10
Arlington [12] 1426:20, 1428:11,
1428:14, 1434:16,
1437:2, 1457:12,
1472:1, 1472:2,
1472:7, 1479:2,
1483:15, 1483:16
arm [1] - 1474:16
arms [1] - 1408:15
arrest [13] - 1388:14,
1388:16, 1388:18,
1388:19, 1389:14,
1391:5, 1391:7,
1391:14, 1391:18,
1449:18, 1452:19,
1453:13, 1461:8
arrested [25] 1384:11, 1388:17,
1388:21, 1389:7,
1404:24, 1406:2,
1407:3, 1407:6,
1408:17, 1431:25,
1432:1, 1432:2,
1433:12, 1449:11,
1449:20, 1452:14,
1452:15, 1453:13,
1460:19, 1460:20,
1461:9, 1480:25,
1481:2, 1481:23,
1482:3
arrests [1] - 1392:23
article [1] - 1388:24
ASAP [6] - 1438:3,
1438:4, 1438:6,
1438:7, 1438:11,
1438:12
assault [3] - 1406:19,
1409:8, 1414:14
assigned [2] - 1388:1,
1393:15
assignment [4] 1387:21, 1387:25,
1388:8, 1388:9

assistant [1] - 1450:2
Assistant [1] 1379:15
assisted [1] - 1437:5
associate [1] 1421:25
Atlantic [1] - 1410:5
attention [6] - 1388:7,
1388:10, 1410:11,
1435:20, 1435:21,
1482:5
Attorney [1] - 1379:13
attorney [2] - 1399:12,
1450:2
attorney's [3] 1434:17, 1434:21,
1434:23
Attorneys [4] 1379:15, 1379:18,
1379:20, 1406:17
August [2] - 1403:20,
1480:25
aunt [4] - 1461:12,
1461:14, 1464:5,
1464:8
Avenue [16] - 1388:19,
1388:20, 1389:8,
1389:17, 1392:9,
1394:20, 1394:21,
1410:5, 1428:10,
1428:11, 1428:12,
1477:17, 1477:18,
1478:3, 1483:15
awhile [1] - 1461:11

B
B-O-O-N-E [1] 1397:10
baby [7] - 1408:13,
1479:13, 1480:1,
1484:18, 1485:11,
1486:15, 1487:23
backed [1] - 1465:15
backing [1] - 1422:14
backroom [1] 1405:13
bad [4] - 1452:10,
1452:17, 1452:18,
1453:7
bag [3] - 1391:23,
1484:24, 1491:22
bags [9] - 1391:19,
1391:22, 1392:1,
1424:9, 1424:16,
1424:17, 1481:3,
1481:11, 1481:12
bailed [4] - 1408:21,
1408:23, 1433:15,
1433:16

CMH

OCR

banging [3] - 1473:16,
1473:20, 1473:21
banner [2] - 1413:19,
1413:20
bar [7] - 1383:19,
1384:3, 1485:3,
1487:16, 1490:8,
1490:9, 1490:11
barbecue [1] - 1464:9
bargain [1] - 1455:3
Barry [1] - 1426:15
based [2] - 1390:23,
1393:3
basis [1] - 1402:4
basketball [1] 1415:6
bat [1] - 1468:2
bathroom [1] 1473:10
bathrooms [1] 1488:5
battles [1] - 1463:19
beat [7] - 1474:15,
1474:22, 1474:23,
1475:2, 1479:20,
1480:10
beating [1] - 1480:11
became [1] - 1439:11
become [3] - 1403:15,
1420:24, 1440:19
bed [1] - 1472:20
beds [1] - 1473:1
beef [9] - 1425:16,
1425:17, 1460:4,
1460:6, 1460:18,
1468:2, 1468:21,
1469:3, 1470:2
beefing [1] - 1410:17
beefs [1] - 1460:2
BEFORE [1] - 1379:10
begin [3] - 1382:11,
1432:17, 1496:2
beginning [5] 1380:6, 1381:1,
1383:6, 1470:4,
1481:16
behalf [2] - 1411:19,
1418:11
behind [10] - 1409:8,
1422:13, 1422:19,
1432:14, 1433:11,
1440:7, 1474:12,
1474:15, 1478:4,
1483:15
belong [1] - 1401:10
belt [3] - 1437:23,
1484:24, 1484:25
beneath [1] - 1413:2
beneficial [1] 1439:21

RMR

benefits [3] - 1418:13,
1422:8, 1422:10
Benjamin [2] 1427:14, 1428:13
best [3] - 1381:9,
1410:16, 1441:2
besties [2] - 1471:18,
1471:19
better [1] - 1452:7
between [10] 1394:14, 1404:8,
1417:2, 1423:9,
1423:11, 1423:13,
1464:11, 1481:22,
1483:15, 1487:19
bid [1] - 1433:7
Big [3] - 1404:1,
1494:22, 1494:25
big [8] - 1439:13,
1440:7, 1445:4,
1447:6, 1464:9,
1465:1, 1466:8,
1476:4
bigger [1] - 1476:5
bike [1] - 1462:18
birth [1] - 1413:13
bit [1] - 1412:9
Black [5] - 1487:23,
1488:3, 1490:16,
1491:8
black [10] - 1388:25,
1410:9, 1417:5,
1453:19, 1466:8,
1466:18, 1484:23,
1484:25, 1486:11
blade [4] - 1416:15,
1416:22, 1416:23,
1417:8
blades [1] - 1424:11
Blessa [1] - 1461:22
block [7] - 1448:17,
1466:9, 1477:9,
1487:4, 1487:6
blocked [4] - 1427:5,
1427:6, 1427:10,
1428:18
blocking [1] - 1427:15
blocks [2] - 1402:16,
1487:2
Blood [13] - 1403:13,
1403:15, 1403:17,
1403:19, 1410:20,
1414:3, 1414:24,
1419:4, 1459:13,
1459:15, 1460:2
Blood's [1] - 1412:2
bloods [1] - 1402:24
Bloods [55] - 1402:25,
1403:6, 1403:10,
1403:11, 1410:2,

CRR

FCRR

1410:3, 1410:8,
1410:17, 1411:4,
1411:10, 1411:17,
1411:20, 1412:7,
1412:10, 1412:14,
1413:5, 1413:8,
1413:13, 1413:14,
1413:15, 1413:22,
1413:25, 1414:6,
1414:9, 1414:17,
1414:20, 1415:1,
1415:7, 1417:9,
1417:12, 1417:14,
1418:11, 1418:13,
1419:7, 1419:8,
1419:9, 1419:14,
1421:22, 1421:25,
1422:2, 1422:9,
1439:16, 1439:17,
1439:19, 1440:4,
1440:14, 1451:20,
1451:21, 1458:12,
1458:14, 1459:7,
1459:8, 1459:9,
1495:18, 1495:19
Bloods' [1] - 1421:24
blow [1] - 1473:17
blowing [1] - 1473:18
blue [3] - 1388:25,
1390:18, 1466:8
blunt [14] - 1485:8,
1485:9, 1485:20,
1488:5, 1491:2,
1491:14, 1491:16,
1491:17, 1491:20,
1491:21, 1491:24,
1491:25
board [8] - 1437:23,
1437:24, 1437:25,
1438:1, 1438:2,
1438:8, 1438:10,
1438:13
booking [1] - 1391:16
boom [3] - 1473:16
Boom [1] - 1477:6
BOONE [1] - 1497:7
Boone [18] - 1397:10,
1397:15, 1397:17,
1398:15, 1399:4,
1399:7, 1400:7,
1402:20, 1403:25,
1404:3, 1404:13,
1405:22, 1418:13,
1427:23, 1456:21,
1457:2, 1488:9,
1490:3
Booquan [1] 1451:19
boost [1] - 1422:21
boosting [1] - 1440:8

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boots [1] - 1484:23
born [2] - 1408:14,
1463:25
botched [1] - 1449:6
bother [3] - 1459:18,
1469:9, 1470:23
bottom [1] - 1490:20
bottom-right [1] 1490:20
bought [1] - 1424:7
Boulevard [1] 1445:13
box [1] - 1415:22
Boy [2] - 1451:20
boys [3] - 1486:6,
1486:7, 1486:23
brains [1] - 1421:14
branched [1] 1412:21
branches [1] 1412:23
break [4] - 1446:13,
1446:14, 1456:2,
1456:3
breath [1] - 1465:7
bricks [1] - 1429:14
brief [1] - 1396:1
Brighton [8] 1398:18, 1399:1,
1401:1, 1404:23,
1436:9, 1444:12,
1452:11, 1468:25
Brim [1] - 1414:3
Brims [5] - 1412:16,
1412:21, 1412:22,
1413:6
bring [6] - 1386:10,
1386:15, 1419:13,
1430:12, 1440:24,
1456:16
broaching [1] - 1384:3
broke [1] - 1449:8
broken [4] - 1412:10,
1429:16
Brooklyn [11] 1379:5, 1379:16,
1379:23, 1388:4,
1408:22, 1408:23,
1410:4, 1480:2,
1494:14, 1494:15
brother [14] - 1433:4,
1435:11, 1436:6,
1436:10, 1468:22,
1469:13, 1469:14,
1470:6, 1470:7,
1476:21, 1476:22,
1476:24, 1477:1,
1477:2
brother's [1] - 1436:11
brothers [2] -

1418:19, 1418:22
brought [1] - 1449:19
brung [2] - 1435:19,
1435:20
brushed [1] - 1461:10
buff [2] - 1417:23,
1417:25
bugging [3] - 1453:21,
1454:1, 1467:8
build [1] - 1440:12
building [32] 1410:16, 1419:5,
1428:20, 1428:21,
1429:14, 1438:25,
1442:3, 1442:5,
1442:6, 1443:6,
1443:7, 1443:8,
1443:9, 1447:18,
1464:4, 1464:6,
1464:8, 1464:17,
1465:4, 1465:5,
1466:10, 1466:16,
1467:20, 1467:21,
1478:23, 1482:25,
1484:13, 1484:14,
1491:15
Building [1] - 1442:7
built [1] - 1478:11
bull [1] - 1464:14
bumped [1] - 1431:13
bumping [1] - 1429:1
bunch [8] - 1447:16,
1462:13, 1466:22,
1482:25, 1484:23,
1486:6, 1486:7
business [2] 1446:11, 1470:15
busy [1] - 1483:23
buttocks [1] - 1417:2
buy [3] - 1424:1,
1424:4, 1471:6
buying [1] - 1423:20
BY [9] - 1379:14,
1387:14, 1397:14,
1420:1, 1443:2,
1457:1, 1458:2,
1476:1, 1493:2

C
cab [5] - 1407:8,
1407:9, 1407:10
Cadman [2] - 1379:16,
1379:22
calm [1] - 1454:9
cameras [1] - 1486:5
Canarsie [1] - 1423:21
cane [1] - 1432:16
Captain [1] - 1401:22
car [55] - 1389:18,

CMH

OCR

1390:6, 1401:3,
1401:7, 1401:8,
1407:10, 1407:11,
1408:14, 1425:11,
1425:13, 1425:15,
1425:17, 1427:11,
1429:8, 1429:11,
1429:12, 1429:14,
1429:15, 1430:2,
1431:16, 1431:17,
1432:14, 1434:14,
1445:1, 1462:25,
1465:13, 1465:14,
1465:15, 1469:10,
1477:7, 1477:14,
1477:15, 1477:20,
1477:22, 1477:23,
1477:24, 1477:25,
1478:1, 1478:2,
1478:4, 1478:25,
1486:9, 1486:10,
1486:12, 1486:14
Car [1] - 1431:19
cards [1] - 1454:13
care [5] - 1418:20,
1435:11, 1435:12,
1471:7, 1471:24
Carolina [1] - 1468:4
carried [1] - 1470:16
carry [2] - 1424:4,
1458:21
carrying [1] - 1418:2
cars [4] - 1485:22,
1485:23, 1486:6,
1486:18
case [33] - 1396:7,
1401:11, 1404:24,
1405:2, 1406:14,
1406:18, 1407:16,
1407:20, 1409:8,
1416:21, 1417:2,
1417:3, 1417:4,
1419:14, 1430:7,
1430:15, 1430:17,
1430:18, 1433:14,
1433:20, 1434:7,
1434:10, 1434:18,
1434:24, 1435:1,
1436:18, 1437:1,
1437:3, 1454:19,
1455:13, 1455:15,
1456:9, 1496:2
cases [2] - 1436:24,
1437:5
cash [1] - 1453:14
Castleton [8] 1388:19, 1389:8,
1389:17, 1392:9,
1394:20, 1401:22,
1401:23, 1425:22

RMR

caught [10] - 1405:13,
1408:10, 1408:12,
1435:2, 1435:4,
1445:14, 1445:15,
1449:5, 1474:1,
1480:7
cell [3] - 1380:18,
1381:22, 1453:15
cellphone [1] 1380:19
central [1] - 1391:16
certain [10] - 1418:21,
1431:12, 1438:2,
1439:9, 1439:21,
1440:8, 1443:14,
1443:19, 1454:23
certificate [1] 1438:12
chain [5] - 1453:15,
1465:12, 1465:13,
1465:17, 1469:11
chairs [1] - 1489:15
chance [4] - 1421:18,
1445:13, 1445:14,
1445:15
change [5] - 1423:4,
1472:12, 1484:8,
1484:18, 1484:19
changes [1] - 1480:3
chant [1] - 1419:18
chants [4] - 1419:4,
1419:10, 1419:15
charged [3] - 1385:1,
1407:14, 1430:5
charges [1] - 1397:21
Charleane [1] 1379:22
chase [1] - 1465:13
chasing [1] - 1431:23
check [3] - 1393:19,
1416:10, 1416:16
cheek [2] - 1416:18,
1416:24
chick [2] - 1405:10,
1491:10
chill [1] - 1463:17
chilled [2] - 1420:6,
1487:21
chokes [1] - 1474:14
choking [1] - 1480:12
chop [3] - 1424:9,
1424:10, 1424:16
chose [3] - 1472:20,
1480:8
chrome [1] - 1466:17
circumstances [2] 1381:6, 1385:20
City [1] - 1387:18
civil [1] - 1430:12
civilians [1] - 1454:4

CRR

FCRR

Clay's [3] - 1431:17,
1431:22
Clayson [1] - 1425:22
clear [3] - 1418:8,
1446:18, 1468:8
CLERK [7] - 1380:2,
1381:13, 1383:3,
1386:24, 1387:2,
1397:8, 1456:17
clerk [1] - 1393:19
click [5] - 1460:12,
1460:13, 1462:11,
1462:12
clientele [7] - 1443:14,
1444:6, 1444:8,
1444:20, 1446:10,
1448:5, 1452:6
clipped [1] - 1429:11
clique [2] - 1494:11,
1494:13
Close [1] - 1410:19
close [4] - 1406:23,
1418:21, 1471:18,
1476:5
Closet [1] - 1489:1
clothes [4] - 1404:17,
1484:19, 1484:21
clothing [1] - 1388:24
club [4] - 1488:4,
1488:21, 1492:2,
1495:10
clubs [1] - 1440:3
CMC [1] - 1410:19
cocaine [12] 1392:21, 1392:22,
1393:1, 1393:9,
1393:12, 1393:19,
1395:1, 1398:10,
1398:11, 1398:13,
1404:16, 1423:2
code [1] - 1476:25
codes [1] - 1410:23
collaborating [1] 1450:7
color [1] - 1390:17
colored [1] - 1466:7
colors [1] - 1390:18
coming [18] - 1385:19,
1407:7, 1425:18,
1425:23, 1428:24,
1428:25, 1445:2,
1447:14, 1461:17,
1464:10, 1473:2,
1473:12, 1473:13,
1476:19, 1477:21,
1478:3, 1492:4
commences [1] 1474:15
commented [1] 1397:23

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Commission [1] 1383:15
COMMISSIONG [1] 1379:20
Commissiong [1] 1380:14
commit [6] - 1411:9,
1411:16, 1411:19,
1412:5, 1418:10,
1455:11
committing [1] 1404:13
company [1] 1431:21
company's [2] 1431:16, 1431:18
competing [1] 1426:6
competition [3] 1444:8, 1444:12,
1444:14
completely [1] 1390:17
comprehending [1] 1447:20
computer [1] 1379:25
computer-aided [1] 1379:25
concern [1] - 1480:17
concoction [1] 1485:16
conditional [1] 1438:17
conducted [2] 1389:18, 1391:17
conference [1] 1383:19
confront [1] - 1463:1
confused [1] 1453:12
connect [2] - 1423:21,
1423:22
connecting [1] 1427:16
connection [2] 1406:18, 1437:2
consider [3] - 1385:7,
1395:15, 1395:19
consideration [1] 1395:21
conspiracy [5] 1384:12, 1384:14,
1385:6, 1397:20,
1398:8
contact [2] - 1381:23,
1444:18
containing [1] 1394:22
contempt [1] - 1454:9

contest [1] - 1406:9
continue [4] 1421:24, 1424:22,
1439:19, 1485:14
continued [7] 1442:9, 1452:12,
1457:14, 1461:11,
1475:6, 1487:25,
1492:7
Continued [3] 1419:20, 1455:20,
1456:25
CONTINUED [2] 1458:1, 1493:1
CONTINUES [1] 1443:1
continuing [1] 1422:8
control [4] - 1419:9,
1429:8, 1429:9,
1429:12
controlled [1] - 1442:8
controlling [1] 1443:10
conversation [3] 1479:8, 1479:10,
1479:11
convicted [1] - 1451:9
cool [5] - 1415:12,
1469:2, 1471:20,
1480:4
cooler [1] - 1485:17
cooperate [1] 1434:23
cooperated [3] 1434:17, 1434:20,
1436:23
cooperation [1] 1451:5
cop [8] - 1388:4,
1433:11, 1433:12,
1455:16, 1460:24,
1460:25, 1461:13,
1461:15
corner [4] - 1401:22,
1402:18, 1405:14,
1476:19
correct [5] - 1381:16,
1384:9, 1384:16,
1393:5, 1397:25
correction [1] 1437:20
COs [1] - 1462:14
couch [2] - 1489:10,
1489:12
counsel [7] - 1380:5,
1383:6, 1385:9,
1394:18, 1397:4,
1430:15, 1456:20
Counsel [2] - 1383:17,

CMH

OCR

1386:19
count [1] - 1395:15
Count [2] - 1384:14,
1385:6
couple [31] - 1400:18,
1402:16, 1405:7,
1405:8, 1423:9,
1423:10, 1423:11,
1429:25, 1432:3,
1432:15, 1447:4,
1451:18, 1454:13,
1459:2, 1462:3,
1463:17, 1468:23,
1469:20, 1484:16,
1484:17, 1485:21,
1486:18, 1487:2,
1487:21, 1488:6,
1489:15, 1494:14,
1494:16
course [4] - 1381:9,
1399:4, 1425:24,
1438:4
COURT [67] - 1379:1,
1380:10, 1380:13,
1380:16, 1381:4,
1381:11, 1381:16,
1381:21, 1382:2,
1382:14, 1383:10,
1383:13, 1383:16,
1383:20, 1383:24,
1384:4, 1384:8,
1384:10, 1384:14,
1384:24, 1385:4,
1385:13, 1385:17,
1385:21, 1385:24,
1386:5, 1386:8,
1386:10, 1386:15,
1386:17, 1386:18,
1387:6, 1387:9,
1389:4, 1393:11,
1394:3, 1394:5,
1394:7, 1394:12,
1395:7, 1395:11,
1395:24, 1396:4,
1396:9, 1397:3,
1397:12, 1399:18,
1400:6, 1402:5,
1427:22, 1427:25,
1456:3, 1456:6,
1456:10, 1456:13,
1456:16, 1456:19,
1456:20, 1463:12,
1488:13, 1488:16,
1489:23, 1493:10,
1494:24, 1495:21,
1495:24, 1496:4
Court [2] - 1379:22,
1463:11
court [19] - 1380:1,
1382:1, 1383:2,

RMR

1386:14, 1388:20,
1407:24, 1408:2,
1408:3, 1408:18,
1408:22, 1408:23,
1408:24, 1412:18,
1415:6, 1435:17,
1454:3, 1454:23,
1456:15
Court's [2] - 1384:5,
1427:23
Courthouse [1] 1379:5
courtroom [2] 1399:8, 1399:23
cousin [21] - 1461:13,
1461:18, 1461:22,
1461:23, 1463:2,
1463:24, 1464:3,
1464:20, 1464:22,
1465:3, 1465:7,
1465:24, 1466:3,
1467:14, 1477:1,
1478:24, 1479:5,
1479:6, 1491:2,
1491:17, 1491:18
cousin's [1] - 1487:23
cousins [9] - 1460:20,
1463:16, 1469:22,
1483:1, 1484:4,
1484:16, 1485:1,
1485:7, 1485:21
covered [1] - 1457:2
crack [30] - 1391:19,
1391:22, 1392:19,
1392:21, 1392:22,
1393:1, 1393:8,
1393:12, 1393:16,
1393:19, 1398:10,
1398:11, 1398:13,
1402:7, 1402:8,
1404:16, 1404:18,
1423:2, 1423:7,
1424:1, 1424:7,
1426:6, 1444:14,
1446:21, 1448:9,
1449:17, 1449:19,
1471:8, 1481:4,
1481:9
cracked [1] - 1429:17
crash [5] - 1425:11,
1425:13, 1425:15,
1425:17, 1429:1
crashed [1] - 1430:3
cream [3] - 1440:22,
1461:19
create [1] - 1415:7
credit [1] - 1454:13
crew [4] - 1446:14,
1446:16, 1462:10,
1486:21

CRR

FCRR

crib [1] - 1480:8
crime [2] - 1388:1,
1388:9
crimes [5] - 1397:23,
1398:5, 1404:13,
1404:17, 1455:11
criminal [4] - 1380:2,
1383:3, 1404:3,
1431:22
crippled [1] - 1466:24
crop [1] - 1440:22
crowd [1] - 1422:18
crowded [2] 1487:13, 1487:14
crushed [1] - 1429:15
crutches [2] 1432:16, 1432:17
crying [2] - 1461:14,
1462:6
CSOs [1] - 1456:10
current [1] - 1387:21
curse [1] - 1462:7
cursing [1] - 1461:11
custody [1] - 1393:15
Custody [1] - 1410:19
customers [5] 1401:25, 1402:2,
1402:6, 1446:19,
1447:17
cut [3] - 1415:9,
1426:17, 1477:15
cuts [1] - 1427:1
cutting [2] - 1426:24,
1447:15

D
DA [4] - 1434:6,
1435:21, 1436:12
DA's [3] - 1436:23,
1450:4, 1454:18
dance [1] - 1492:2
Dang [2] - 1451:18,
1458:17
dangerous [1] 1421:16
Danielle [3] - 1439:4,
1458:5, 1464:22
Danielle's [1] 1485:12
dark [2] - 1466:7,
1466:8
DAs [1] - 1454:23
date [6] - 1388:11,
1390:21, 1394:20,
1408:24, 1438:17,
1438:18
daughter [3] 1433:17, 1433:18,
1464:2

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daughters [1] - 1473:4
DAVID [1] - 1379:15
David [2] - 1380:8,
1383:8
days [8] - 1415:21,
1441:17, 1462:3,
1481:14, 1481:16,
1481:17, 1481:18,
1481:20
deal [7] - 1452:10,
1452:12, 1463:8,
1463:16, 1477:5,
1479:21, 1480:9
dealer [3] - 1390:18,
1390:21, 1453:10
dealers [5] - 1421:11,
1444:14, 1444:15,
1444:19, 1454:6
dealership [1] 1390:20
dealing [15] - 1398:11,
1399:4, 1445:6,
1445:7, 1446:3,
1446:14, 1446:16,
1446:17, 1467:4,
1468:12, 1468:14,
1469:22, 1471:15,
1471:16, 1471:23
dealt [2] - 1450:4,
1452:12
December [5] 1379:7, 1404:25,
1408:4, 1408:5,
1496:7
decide [2] - 1417:4,
1450:6
decided [5] - 1405:10,
1415:15, 1441:14,
1448:11, 1473:9
defendant [12] 1389:2, 1389:6,
1389:14, 1390:5,
1391:18, 1392:5,
1394:14, 1394:16,
1395:16, 1399:17,
1400:5, 1403:21
Defendant [1] 1379:8
defendants [6] 1384:18, 1386:20,
1395:13, 1397:4,
1400:7, 1456:21
Defendants [1] 1379:17
defense [1] - 1385:9
definitely [2] - 1382:9,
1385:17
deliveries [1] 1445:17
DeMarco [16] -

1379:19, 1380:14,
1383:14, 1384:2,
1384:5, 1384:19,
1384:21, 1385:11,
1385:14, 1385:23,
1386:4, 1386:7,
1394:5, 1394:6
demonstrative [2] 1488:11, 1488:15
Den [2] - 1404:1,
1451:19
denial [1] - 1406:23
Department [1] 1387:18
department [1] 1393:15
depicted [3] - 1428:4,
1490:11, 1495:5
Derrick [1] - 1483:9
derrick [1] - 1483:12
Derrick's [1] - 1483:10
describe [1] - 1393:6
designated [1] 1488:2
destroy [1] - 1475:4
destroyed [1] 1393:24
Detective [3] 1384:17, 1386:23,
1394:2
detective [5] - 1387:4,
1387:15, 1387:22,
1449:25
detectives [4] 1452:19, 1452:21,
1453:5, 1453:21
detector [1] - 1417:7
Detention [1] - 1410:4
device [2] - 1436:2,
1436:13
Dex [13] - 1399:19,
1400:8, 1400:18,
1400:21, 1402:21,
1403:21, 1460:15,
1466:13, 1466:16,
1466:18, 1467:19,
1493:6, 1493:20
DEXTER [1] - 1379:7
Dexter [3] - 1380:3,
1383:5, 1400:5
diagram [2] - 1488:10,
1490:11
diamond [2] - 1453:15
died [5] - 1429:16,
1468:22, 1469:17,
1469:18, 1469:20
different [16] - 1398:3,
1398:4, 1412:14,
1412:25, 1416:9,
1419:15, 1419:16,

CMH

OCR

1419:17, 1435:6,
1439:11, 1439:13,
1440:6, 1443:21,
1446:15, 1456:5,
1462:13
difficult [1] - 1445:9
digging [2] - 1447:23,
1447:24
DIRECT [5] - 1387:13,
1397:13, 1458:1,
1497:6, 1497:8
direct [4] - 1388:7,
1388:10, 1414:15,
1482:5
directing [1] - 1465:8
directly [2] - 1458:22,
1458:23
dirty [1] - 1401:8
disciplinary [6] 1409:20, 1414:12,
1414:13, 1418:24,
1418:25, 1437:18
disciplined [1] 1415:18
discuss [4] - 1396:6,
1403:10, 1456:9,
1496:1
discussed [1] 1384:2
discussing [1] 1384:23
dismissed [3] 1407:19, 1407:20,
1430:9
disobeying [1] 1414:15
dispute [3] - 1471:11,
1480:21, 1494:7
disrespect [3] 1463:5, 1463:6
disrespected [1] 1463:2
disrespecting [2] 1463:7, 1463:21
distribute [2] 1397:20, 1398:8
distributed [1] 1398:9
distribution [1] 1384:15
district [4] - 1434:17,
1434:21, 1434:23,
1450:2
DISTRICT [3] 1379:1, 1379:1,
1379:11
diversion [7] 1414:21, 1414:22,
1414:23, 1415:4,
1415:5, 1415:7,

RMR

1415:15
docket [2] - 1380:2,
1383:3
doctors [1] - 1382:5
dog [7] - 1464:11,
1464:12, 1464:13,
1465:12, 1465:13,
1465:17, 1469:11
Dolce [2] - 1447:22,
1447:23
dollars [2] - 1423:14,
1454:13
dolo [2] - 1420:23,
1421:3
dominant [2] 1440:13, 1440:19
Dominique [5] 1485:7, 1491:2,
1491:18, 1491:23
Don [7] - 1448:4,
1448:6, 1449:9,
1449:14, 1449:15,
1450:6, 1451:8
done [3] - 1449:7,
1464:23, 1474:7
Dontae [12] - 1380:4,
1383:4, 1388:17,
1389:7, 1389:14,
1394:14, 1394:16,
1394:19, 1394:24,
1394:25, 1395:1,
1399:17
DONTAE [1] - 1379:6
door [29] - 1405:13,
1473:16, 1473:19,
1473:20, 1473:21,
1473:22, 1473:24,
1473:25, 1474:3,
1474:4, 1474:5,
1474:6, 1474:7,
1474:8, 1474:9,
1474:11, 1474:12,
1474:13, 1474:16,
1478:24, 1489:18,
1489:21
doorknob [1] 1474:11
double [4] - 1416:4,
1416:5, 1416:8,
1477:24
double-taked [1] 1477:24
down [30] - 1380:18,
1392:9, 1394:7,
1394:8, 1405:5,
1405:19, 1405:21,
1406:22, 1406:23,
1411:5, 1426:25,
1427:1, 1427:14,
1427:23, 1428:10,

CRR

FCRR

1428:11, 1428:12,
1429:1, 1429:14,
1435:22, 1454:9,
1466:9, 1468:3,
1468:22, 1468:23,
1473:17, 1474:24
downstairs [5] 1405:9, 1405:19,
1486:2, 1486:3
dressed [3] - 1474:3,
1485:5
drink [4] - 1472:4,
1487:24, 1487:25
drinking [6] - 1440:2,
1472:21, 1482:23,
1483:1, 1485:2,
1485:17
drinks [4] - 1485:4,
1485:16, 1485:18,
1487:13
drive [2] - 1401:4,
1486:9
driver [2] - 1401:6,
1429:8
driver's [4] - 1390:4,
1390:6, 1391:8,
1391:11
driving [8] - 1401:4,
1401:5, 1401:14,
1401:19, 1432:3,
1432:4, 1443:20,
1444:9
drop [3] - 1401:20,
1401:21, 1401:23
dropped [2] - 1402:14,
1402:16
dropping [6] 1425:20, 1425:21,
1425:23, 1425:24,
1425:25, 1426:9
drove [4] - 1392:17,
1486:9, 1486:12
drug [11] - 1384:15,
1398:9, 1399:4,
1401:18, 1421:11,
1425:16, 1425:17,
1451:24, 1453:10,
1454:5
drugs [63] - 1397:20,
1398:9, 1400:14,
1400:15, 1401:9,
1420:7, 1420:9,
1420:11, 1420:13,
1420:19, 1420:21,
1420:23, 1421:10,
1421:12, 1421:15,
1421:16, 1421:19,
1422:17, 1422:23,
1423:3, 1423:18,
1423:20, 1424:3,

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1424:4, 1424:5,
1424:12, 1424:22,
1425:16, 1432:4,
1432:5, 1432:8,
1432:11, 1432:17,
1433:9, 1438:3,
1439:7, 1440:2,
1440:4, 1440:10,
1440:14, 1441:5,
1441:7, 1443:3,
1443:5, 1445:6,
1445:8, 1445:10,
1446:10, 1446:23,
1453:17, 1454:5,
1455:11, 1458:9,
1458:20, 1470:8,
1470:10, 1470:20,
1471:6, 1482:9,
1482:21, 1483:25
dryer [1] - 1473:17
dude [4] - 1429:10,
1449:7, 1476:4,
1479:24
dudes [3] - 1400:18,
1400:19, 1405:18
Dudu [1] - 1402:13
duly [2] - 1387:11,
1397:6
Dunn [1] - 1426:15
during [4] - 1391:18,
1394:18, 1469:24,
1470:2
dusted [1] - 1447:19

E
E-D-E-L-M-A-N [1] 1387:5
E-man [1] - 1451:18
early [7] - 1400:9,
1400:23, 1403:22,
1438:15, 1473:7,
1482:7, 1482:9
ears [1] - 1436:11
easier [1] - 1416:18
East [2] - 1379:16,
1379:22
EASTERN [1] - 1379:1
easy [5] - 1420:24,
1421:6, 1421:8,
1463:17, 1467:6
EDELMAN [2] 1387:10, 1497:5
Edelman [7] 1383:21, 1384:25,
1385:15, 1386:23,
1387:4, 1387:15,
1394:2
Edelman's [1] 1384:17

edge [2] - 1416:4,
1416:5
edged [1] - 1416:8
effect [1] - 1455:17
eight [6] - 1423:13,
1434:4, 1437:9,
1451:10, 1473:8,
1486:23
eighth [1] - 1394:23
either [2] - 1381:20,
1448:15
electrical [3] - 1417:4,
1417:5, 1417:6
eleven [1] - 1387:20
Elvis [29] - 1460:4,
1460:6, 1460:10,
1460:18, 1461:1,
1461:5, 1461:6,
1461:15, 1462:4,
1462:16, 1462:17,
1464:10, 1464:16,
1465:5, 1466:3,
1466:13, 1466:15,
1466:17, 1467:3,
1467:16, 1468:2,
1468:21, 1468:25,
1469:6, 1470:2,
1493:5, 1494:6,
1494:7
Elvis' [1] - 1464:7
emergency [1] 1380:21
employed [1] 1387:17
end [5] - 1441:10,
1451:13, 1460:8,
1470:5
endangerment [3] 1450:15, 1450:16,
1451:2
endeavor [1] 1381:22
ended [1] - 1429:14
ends [1] - 1386:13
enemies [2] - 1412:1,
1419:5
enemy [3] - 1411:13,
1412:3, 1414:20
entered [2] - 1395:20,
1489:18
Enterprise [1] 1431:19
enters [2] - 1386:16,
1456:18
EPSTEIN [12] 1379:17, 1380:11,
1381:18, 1382:13,
1383:11, 1385:19,
1386:1, 1386:3,
1393:8, 1394:4,

CMH

OCR

1395:6, 1402:3
Epstein [3] - 1380:11,
1383:11, 1394:3
Eric [5] - 1485:8,
1485:10, 1485:19,
1486:7, 1486:16
Eric's [1] - 1486:5
ESQ [4] - 1379:17,
1379:18, 1379:19,
1379:20
establish [1] 1440:12
evening [1] - 1482:7
eventually [8] 1407:17, 1420:7,
1447:10, 1450:7,
1450:9, 1468:22,
1479:14, 1484:12
everywhere [1] 1459:20
evidence [6] - 1384:6,
1384:7, 1384:14,
1395:2, 1488:13,
1488:17
exactly [1] - 1466:7
EXAMINATION [7] 1387:13, 1397:13,
1443:1, 1458:1,
1493:1, 1497:6,
1497:8
examined [1] 1387:12
example [1] - 1414:19
except [1] - 1381:7
exchange [1] - 1451:4
excuse [2] - 1381:7,
1381:17
excused [1] - 1381:12
Exhibit [14] - 1395:3,
1395:4, 1395:9,
1428:1, 1488:11,
1488:18, 1490:1,
1493:12, 1493:18,
1493:22, 1494:3,
1494:19, 1495:3,
1495:6
exhibit [1] - 1488:11
EXHIBITS [1] 1497:11
exist [2] - 1413:14,
1413:17
existed [1] - 1385:6
existence [3] 1384:12, 1393:20,
1393:22
exit [4] - 1489:1,
1489:16, 1489:20,
1490:17
Exit [1] - 1489:25
exited [1] - 1389:20

RMR

exits [3] - 1396:8,
1456:12, 1496:3
experience [3] 1390:23, 1392:23,
1393:3
expiration [1] 1390:21
explain [5] - 1411:23,
1419:3, 1427:18,
1428:6, 1435:8
explaining [1] 1411:3
extra [1] - 1438:16

F
facility [1] - 1410:5
facing [6] - 1398:5,
1434:1, 1434:3,
1437:8, 1451:7,
1451:10
facts [1] - 1394:24
failure [1] - 1409:7
fake [3] - 1390:15,
1390:16, 1390:24
fall [1] - 1412:23
falling [3] - 1424:21,
1447:5, 1447:6
falsely [1] - 1431:20
familiar [3] - 1398:23,
1413:8, 1444:1
family [4] - 1382:5,
1418:19, 1420:6,
1439:7
far [2] - 1486:25,
1487:3
father [9] - 1464:4,
1466:24, 1467:11,
1479:13, 1480:2,
1484:18, 1485:11,
1486:15, 1487:23
father's [6] - 1431:18,
1464:6, 1465:4,
1465:5, 1482:25,
1484:13
fault [1] - 1431:22
February [4] - 1457:7,
1469:25, 1471:14
feet [2] - 1470:23,
1471:2
fellow [1] - 1494:22
felt [3] - 1439:23,
1463:20, 1468:1
female [2] - 1405:13,
1424:21
females [2] - 1405:8,
1405:9
few [14] - 1381:24,
1396:4, 1408:9,
1433:5, 1433:10,

CRR

FCRR

1451:20, 1452:15,
1458:17, 1463:22,
1487:8, 1487:9,
1488:24, 1493:5
Field [1] - 1483:11
fiend [2] - 1448:21,
1448:22
fiends [3] - 1402:7,
1402:8, 1448:5
fifteen [2] - 1398:7,
1492:1
fifth [1] - 1400:2
fight [12] - 1410:12,
1410:15, 1410:16,
1410:21, 1415:3,
1415:15, 1415:16,
1454:5, 1463:19,
1476:4, 1476:6,
1476:9
fighting [2] - 1415:6,
1418:20
fights [3] - 1409:18,
1414:14, 1414:16
Figueroa [3] 1468:13, 1471:15,
1482:16
Figueroa's [1] 1481:3
figured [1] - 1461:2
fill [1] - 1390:19
finally [1] - 1484:6
fine [1] - 1393:10
finger [1] - 1489:3
finish [1] - 1480:12
finished [3] - 1491:16,
1491:17, 1495:22
fire [1] - 1429:15
firearm [1] - 1397:20
first [26] - 1383:22,
1387:6, 1387:11,
1397:6, 1398:13,
1404:5, 1404:13,
1404:24, 1406:17,
1408:13, 1409:19,
1414:5, 1428:2,
1432:18, 1433:15,
1434:20, 1438:13,
1467:20, 1474:13,
1474:20, 1487:17,
1487:20, 1489:20,
1491:3, 1491:5,
1491:7
fishtail [1] - 1429:12
fit [1] - 1454:23
Five [3] - 1380:17,
1382:2, 1413:6
five [9] - 1386:11,
1406:15, 1406:25,
1420:10, 1481:3,
1481:11, 1481:12,

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1491:20, 1492:6
flat [1] - 1416:16
floor [2] - 1474:14,
1480:13
follow [1] - 1395:22
followed [2] 1408:15, 1426:16
following [3] 1426:11, 1426:12
follows [3] - 1387:12,
1394:15, 1397:7
foot [2] - 1429:16,
1432:13
Forest [4] - 1426:17,
1426:24, 1426:25,
1428:10
forged [1] - 1391:6
forget [2] - 1408:4,
1474:20
forty [2] - 1424:3,
1487:10
forty-something [1] 1487:10
forward [4] - 1396:2,
1402:20, 1454:19,
1465:16
four [6] - 1381:13,
1412:24, 1433:23,
1433:24, 1437:14,
1438:15
Fresh [9] - 1460:15,
1490:25, 1491:2,
1491:3, 1491:17,
1491:18, 1491:19,
1491:24, 1494:1
Friday [1] - 1471:25
friend [4] - 1400:10,
1400:11, 1425:19,
1425:22
friend's [3] - 1400:23,
1408:7, 1469:1
friends [5] - 1471:18,
1472:5, 1472:7,
1483:2, 1485:22
friends' [1] - 1464:8
friends's [1] - 1425:19
front [22] - 1391:20,
1427:4, 1427:19,
1429:11, 1432:13,
1441:25, 1443:6,
1443:7, 1462:18,
1465:14, 1466:11,
1466:15, 1467:1,
1467:10, 1474:13,
1482:25, 1485:2,
1485:8, 1485:15,
1488:10, 1489:1,
1489:21
frustrated [2] 1454:2, 1455:5

fuck [1] - 1419:14
fucking [1] - 1473:25
fully [1] - 1474:3
future [1] - 1393:16

G
G-shon [1] - 1412:17
Gabbana [2] 1447:22, 1447:23
GABLE [1] - 1379:18
Gable [2] - 1380:11,
1383:11
game [2] - 1425:20,
1451:24
gang [22] - 1387:22,
1402:21, 1402:23,
1409:22, 1409:24,
1410:1, 1410:14,
1411:12, 1415:9,
1416:7, 1422:5,
1422:6, 1422:18,
1439:15, 1440:7,
1440:17, 1459:17,
1459:21, 1459:22,
1459:24, 1460:1
gang-affiliated [2] 1422:5, 1422:6
Gangster [1] 1413:12
Garden [1] - 1404:21
Garnetta [3] - 1462:8,
1462:9, 1463:8
gate [1] - 1465:13
GED [1] - 1438:5
general [1] - 1384:5
girl [12] - 1405:16,
1426:19, 1465:22,
1468:12, 1469:1,
1479:18, 1479:19,
1479:21, 1480:7,
1480:8, 1482:25,
1490:25
girl's [1] - 1425:24
girlfriend's [1] 1407:7
girls [8] - 1471:19,
1483:18, 1486:6,
1486:7, 1486:24,
1488:6, 1488:7,
1493:5
given [1] - 1381:8
glad [1] - 1386:8
glass [1] - 1465:17
glasses [3] - 1447:22,
1447:23, 1449:4
glassine [2] - 1424:16,
1424:17
Gorilla [9] - 1403:3,
1403:4, 1403:9,

CMH

OCR

1403:10, 1414:5,
1460:11, 1495:1,
1495:19
Gorillas [4] - 1413:14,
1413:17, 1494:23,
1494:25
government [9] 1380:6, 1381:2,
1383:7, 1383:20,
1385:5, 1386:22,
1394:10, 1395:4,
1396:1
Government [10] 1379:13, 1395:3,
1395:4, 1493:11,
1493:17, 1493:21,
1494:2, 1494:18,
1495:2, 1495:5
Government's [5] 1395:9, 1428:1,
1488:11, 1488:18,
1489:25
government's [1] 1385:12
grab [3] - 1467:16,
1474:16
grabbed [4] - 1465:12,
1467:6, 1479:14,
1480:12
grams [2] - 1424:3
grandmother [1] 1466:24
Grandview [2] 1468:17, 1482:14
grass [7] - 1464:12,
1464:16, 1466:17,
1467:14, 1467:15,
1467:18, 1467:19
gray [1] - 1400:2
Grayson [1] - 1426:15
grew [2] - 1441:18,
1464:5
grill [2] - 1464:17
group [10] - 1403:6,
1403:11, 1404:19,
1405:4, 1405:12,
1405:24, 1410:9,
1462:11, 1464:5,
1480:4
groups [2] - 1412:10,
1412:12
guard [1] - 1449:5
Gucci [3] - 1484:23,
1484:25
Gucci's [2] - 1484:24
guess [2] - 1448:11,
1452:11
guilt [2] - 1406:10,
1406:12
guilty [12] - 1397:21,

RMR

1398:2, 1398:6,
1398:8, 1433:19,
1433:21, 1436:19,
1450:13, 1450:14,
1450:16, 1457:3,
1481:7
gun [21] - 1407:11,
1407:12, 1421:14,
1430:2, 1430:5,
1448:6, 1448:7,
1448:11, 1448:14,
1448:16, 1449:2,
1458:21, 1458:23,
1458:24, 1458:25,
1466:20, 1467:2,
1467:5, 1478:4,
1478:9
guns [2] - 1459:3,
1459:4
gunshot [2] - 1448:13
guy [8] - 1448:4,
1448:8, 1448:15,
1449:4, 1449:22,
1460:4, 1471:11,
1490:16
guys [5] - 1404:19,
1405:4, 1405:12,
1405:14, 1405:25

H
ha-ha [1] - 1473:2
habit [1] - 1421:10
hair [2] - 1473:10,
1473:18
half [6] - 1425:1,
1430:1, 1466:9,
1477:9, 1491:14,
1491:16
halfway [1] - 1491:1
Halloween [2] 1484:2, 1484:3
hallway [3] - 1476:5,
1476:7, 1490:18
hand [4] - 1386:25,
1390:8, 1420:14,
1476:10
handling [2] - 1470:15
hang [2] - 1400:17,
1490:9
hanging [5] - 1389:22,
1404:19, 1451:16,
1451:23, 1458:14
hangs [1] - 1460:12
happy [1] - 1445:10
Harbor [18] - 1398:18,
1399:2, 1426:25,
1441:20, 1441:21,
1442:6, 1446:24,
1447:13, 1447:14,

CRR

FCRR

1452:4, 1452:9,
1462:21, 1462:22,
1468:19, 1482:12,
1482:24, 1486:25,
1493:6
harbor [3] - 1426:25,
1477:16, 1483:16
hard [1] - 1409:9
harder [2] - 1420:25,
1439:8
harm [3] - 1435:13,
1435:14, 1435:17
haven [2] - 1444:17,
1444:22
head [4] - 1409:19,
1468:8, 1478:14,
1478:15
Heading [1] - 1379:22
hear [11] - 1448:13,
1465:8, 1473:18,
1473:19, 1473:21,
1479:3, 1479:11,
1479:12
heard [5] - 1414:5,
1417:18, 1417:21,
1464:23, 1479:4
hears [1] - 1382:8
heavily [1] - 1390:2
heavy [1] - 1444:7
held [2] - 1438:16,
1453:11
help [7] - 1427:18,
1428:6, 1434:7,
1441:14, 1461:6,
1461:8
helped [1] - 1471:4
helping [1] - 1485:3
hereby [1] - 1394:13
hi [2] - 1464:18,
1487:21
hiding [1] - 1408:8
hierarchy [1] 1403:10
High [1] - 1401:2
hill [2] - 1477:22
Hill [1] - 1444:10
himself [1] - 1390:6
hip [1] - 1429:16
history [1] - 1404:3
hit [1] - 1469:11
hitting [4] - 1429:1,
1429:2, 1431:7,
1474:17
hold [2] - 1382:10,
1474:12
holidays [1] - 1381:8
Holland [13] 1403:25, 1426:22,
1426:23, 1427:2,
1427:9, 1427:14,

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1434:16, 1438:24,
1438:25, 1439:10,
1451:15, 1452:4,
1457:13
holster [1] - 1416:10
home [21] - 1392:14,
1392:15, 1402:19,
1418:19, 1433:4,
1433:6, 1433:7,
1433:10, 1433:17,
1453:7, 1468:22,
1468:24, 1470:6,
1470:7, 1470:23,
1471:14, 1471:17,
1472:7, 1481:15,
1481:22
homeboys [3] 1422:4, 1439:24,
1459:5
Homie [2] - 1494:22,
1494:25
homie [2] - 1495:4,
1495:16
Honda [3] - 1389:16,
1389:20, 1390:4
Honor [29] - 1380:7,
1380:12, 1381:3,
1381:6, 1381:18,
1382:12, 1382:13,
1383:12, 1383:15,
1385:12, 1386:4,
1386:9, 1386:12,
1386:22, 1387:8,
1394:1, 1394:9,
1395:6, 1395:25,
1396:10, 1397:11,
1399:16, 1456:1,
1456:24, 1463:13,
1488:15, 1490:2,
1493:9, 1496:6
HONORABLE [1] 1379:10
hospital [7] - 1380:20,
1382:4, 1429:21,
1429:23, 1429:24,
1429:25, 1473:4
Hospital [1] - 1380:24
hours [1] - 1403:22
House [2] - 1410:4,
1457:13
house [26] - 1392:12,
1392:13, 1400:23,
1405:3, 1405:5,
1407:7, 1408:14,
1410:21, 1425:19,
1425:21, 1425:24,
1433:11, 1433:16,
1433:18, 1459:14,
1472:3, 1472:11,
1472:22, 1472:23,

1475:4, 1479:1,
1481:3, 1481:5,
1482:19
Houses [12] 1403:25, 1426:23,
1427:2, 1427:9,
1427:14, 1434:16,
1438:24, 1439:1,
1439:11, 1451:15,
1452:4, 1479:2
houses [1] - 1408:7
housing [1] - 1388:4
hundred [3] - 1423:9,
1423:14, 1454:13
hung [1] - 1400:19
hysterical [1] - 1462:6

I
ice [2] - 1461:19
identified [3] - 1389:5,
1399:17, 1400:5
identify [2] - 1399:25,
1493:7
idle [2] - 1467:3
ignored [1] - 1461:10
ignoring [1] - 1461:7
Ilene [3] - 1490:25,
1491:8, 1491:9
important [1] 1395:13
in-house [1] - 1459:14
incident [4] - 1385:1,
1385:25, 1391:18,
1465:1
increase [2] 1440:15, 1440:17
independent [1] 1412:21
indicate [1] - 1388:23
indicates [1] - 1382:3
indicating [1] - 1389:2
indictment [1] 1385:2
individual [7] 1388:17, 1388:20,
1388:21, 1392:12,
1399:5, 1404:1,
1442:8
individually [2] 1440:6, 1440:9
information [9] 1380:24, 1382:10,
1390:19, 1390:20,
1434:6, 1434:8,
1434:12, 1435:3,
1435:4
informed [1] - 1393:24
infraction [1] 1418:24

CMH

OCR

infractions [1] 1414:12
initiated [2] - 1411:11,
1412:7
injured [4] - 1425:10,
1425:13, 1425:15,
1432:9
injuries [3] - 1429:19,
1430:11, 1430:13
inmate [3] - 1410:10,
1410:13, 1415:6
inmates [2] - 1410:9,
1410:13
inquire [1] - 1402:4
inside [3] - 1391:20,
1412:22, 1485:17
insist [1] - 1454:18
inspected [1] 1390:14
inspection [1] 1390:8
instance [1] - 1445:7
instead [3] - 1408:6,
1437:10, 1477:18
instruction [8] 1383:25, 1384:6,
1384:22, 1384:24,
1385:10, 1385:13,
1395:12, 1395:22
instructions [1] 1385:22
instrument [1] 1391:6
insurance [5] 1431:16, 1431:17,
1431:19, 1431:21
insured [1] - 1431:18
intend [1] - 1383:20
internal [1] - 1459:14
intimidate [2] 1419:10, 1419:13
intimidating [1] 1419:6
introduced [6] 1400:20, 1494:15,
1494:22, 1495:12,
1495:13, 1495:16
involved [2] - 1403:7,
1415:10
involvement [1] 1406:19
Island [25] - 1380:23,
1387:22, 1388:1,
1388:6, 1388:9,
1389:12, 1391:16,
1394:17, 1394:21,
1398:16, 1398:17,
1398:19, 1398:24,
1399:5, 1400:8,
1400:9, 1408:24,

RMR

1437:20, 1438:9,
1445:4, 1445:5,
1461:20, 1462:14,
1468:9, 1468:10
itself [2] - 1384:10,
1468:22

J
jail [32] - 1404:4,
1404:5, 1404:11,
1406:15, 1409:20,
1409:22, 1410:25,
1414:11, 1416:1,
1416:3, 1416:5,
1416:8, 1417:11,
1418:14, 1418:25,
1420:2, 1420:5,
1421:22, 1422:9,
1433:7, 1435:3,
1435:4, 1437:18,
1450:18, 1450:19,
1450:23, 1451:11,
1457:4, 1468:24,
1469:24, 1470:16,
1481:23
James [5] - 1425:22,
1429:16, 1431:17,
1431:21
jammed [2] - 1444:21,
1444:24
January [3] - 1404:12,
1482:2, 1482:3
jaw [2] - 1416:16,
1416:18
Jersey [1] - 1473:5
jewelry [1] - 1453:15
Jewish [1] - 1380:23
Joe [1] - 1383:9
Joel [1] - 1380:8
John [5] - 1465:3,
1480:2, 1480:3,
1480:6, 1480:14
join [4] - 1409:22,
1410:1, 1410:3,
1410:8
joined [2] - 1409:24,
1413:14
joining [1] - 1411:10
joking [1] - 1473:11
Jontel [2] - 1460:17
Judge [3] - 1398:2,
1409:8, 1456:17
JUDGE [1] - 1379:11
judge [4] - 1398:3,
1454:3, 1454:8
juge [1] - 1398:4
July [1] - 1394:16
jump [1] - 1477:6
jumped [4] - 1408:16,

CRR

FCRR

1474:12, 1477:25,
1478:4
jumping [1] - 1472:25
June [4] - 1388:7,
1388:11, 1394:20,
1425:14
junk [2] - 1467:12,
1467:24
Juror [1] - 1382:2
juror [5] - 1380:17,
1381:7, 1381:17,
1381:19, 1386:10
jurors [3] - 1386:19,
1397:3, 1456:20
JURY [1] - 1395:23
jury [22] - 1379:11,
1380:1, 1383:2,
1386:10, 1386:15,
1386:16, 1393:6,
1395:11, 1399:10,
1399:25, 1405:1,
1410:7, 1419:3,
1443:13, 1456:7,
1456:11, 1456:15,
1456:16, 1456:18,
1489:4, 1489:18,
1495:24
Jury [4] - 1396:8,
1397:2, 1456:12,
1496:3

K
Kaleta [2] - 1380:8,
1383:9
KARLOFF [1] 1379:20
Karloff [2] - 1380:14,
1383:14
KD [8] - 1399:5,
1400:7, 1400:21,
1402:21, 1403:21,
1460:15, 1493:6,
1493:16
keep [18] - 1396:7,
1415:21, 1415:22,
1416:8, 1416:11,
1416:13, 1416:15,
1416:17, 1417:8,
1417:11, 1419:16,
1426:8, 1427:12,
1428:8, 1431:14,
1456:9, 1496:2
keeps [2] - 1466:2,
1476:3
kept [2] - 1392:14,
1405:24
KEVIN [1] - 1379:14
Kevin [2] - 1380:8,
1383:9

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kicked [2] - 1474:7,
1474:12
kicks [1] - 1474:11
kid [12] - 1400:12,
1415:11, 1415:12,
1421:15, 1434:11,
1435:9, 1441:15,
1462:4, 1467:19,
1471:17, 1471:24,
1480:2
kid's [1] - 1449:12
kids [19] - 1414:21,
1421:7, 1421:9,
1422:6, 1425:25,
1426:10, 1426:11,
1426:12, 1427:15,
1458:8, 1463:24,
1466:23, 1467:6,
1467:10, 1467:11,
1480:3, 1493:6,
1494:14
kill [2] - 1435:16,
1435:17
Killer [1] - 1425:5
Killer's [2] - 1425:6,
1425:19
kind [11] - 1401:3,
1406:6, 1409:8,
1414:12, 1416:3,
1417:3, 1464:13,
1466:6, 1480:4,
1485:4, 1486:10
kitchen [1] - 1479:10
kitchens [1] - 1479:2
kite [2] - 1410:20,
1410:22
kites [1] - 1410:18
knee [1] - 1429:16
knob [2] - 1474:8,
1474:9
knowing [1] - 1463:21
knowingly [1] 1394:21
known [1] - 1392:10
knuckle [1] - 1409:19
KSAP [1] - 1438:4

L
lab [2] - 1392:24
laboratory [1] 1393:17
lady [1] - 1405:22
laid [2] - 1426:9,
1488:21
larger [1] - 1391:23
last [8] - 1380:19,
1381:12, 1387:4,
1420:17, 1476:13,
1483:10, 1484:4,

1485:19
latches [1] - 1474:10
late [1] - 1401:3
Latin [3] - 1410:9,
1410:12, 1410:13
Latins [1] - 1410:12
law [2] - 1394:23,
1464:19
lawful [1] - 1391:18
lawsuit [1] - 1430:12
lawyer [4] - 1435:20,
1436:11
lawyers [1] - 1431:10
lean [1] - 1474:7
leaning [1] - 1474:8
learner's [1] - 1391:12
least [1] - 1480:17
leave [8] - 1381:14,
1431:9, 1466:23,
1479:22, 1480:16,
1485:23, 1486:3
left [14] - 1391:20,
1401:5, 1402:10,
1405:10, 1413:5,
1431:7, 1432:13,
1449:9, 1467:25,
1481:23, 1489:25,
1490:3, 1491:15,
1495:14
lengthy [1] - 1470:13
less [5] - 1418:17,
1445:13, 1445:14,
1463:23
lesser [1] - 1434:5
letter [3] - 1410:23,
1410:25
letting [4] - 1473:3,
1474:22, 1479:15,
1479:20
level [1] - 1403:7
leverage [1] - 1459:22
Lexus [1] - 1486:11
license [4] - 1389:18,
1389:23, 1391:8,
1391:11
life [7] - 1398:7,
1398:21, 1453:3,
1480:3, 1480:5,
1480:7
likely [1] - 1418:18
limitations [1] 1382:7
limiting [7] - 1383:24,
1384:22, 1384:24,
1385:13, 1385:15,
1385:21, 1395:12
lineup [7] - 1452:23,
1452:24, 1453:6,
1453:8, 1453:9,
1453:24, 1453:25

CMH

OCR

listed [1] - 1451:21
listen [1] - 1472:4
live [4] - 1438:25,
1441:19, 1444:10,
1445:17
lived [10] - 1398:21,
1426:19, 1428:20,
1428:22, 1436:6,
1478:22, 1478:23,
1478:24
lives [2] - 1464:4,
1464:8
living [8] - 1452:7,
1453:3, 1458:3,
1472:15, 1482:13,
1482:19, 1485:2,
1485:9
LLOYD [1] - 1379:17
Lloyd [2] - 1380:11,
1383:11
located [2] - 1391:17,
1391:24
location [5] - 1392:18,
1426:6, 1443:15,
1443:19, 1443:21
lock [2] - 1415:21,
1474:10
locked [3] - 1441:14,
1445:22, 1445:23
Lockman [1] 1449:17
long-term [1] 1415:21
look [7] - 1415:22,
1428:1, 1458:16,
1466:4, 1473:12,
1473:22, 1473:23
looked [3] - 1393:7,
1405:12, 1477:23
looking [3] - 1474:2,
1477:25, 1489:11
looks [1] - 1489:16
looming [1] - 1381:8
LORETTA [1] 1379:13
lose [1] - 1429:9
lost [4] - 1426:17,
1429:8, 1430:18,
1430:21
lounge [3] - 1483:7,
1483:12, 1483:14
loveseat [3] - 1489:2,
1489:6, 1489:7
LYNCH [1] - 1379:13

M
M-A-T-T-H-E-W [1] 1387:7
machine [2] -

RMR

1407:11, 1407:12
mad [2] - 1454:8,
1468:3
main [1] - 1444:6
major [1] - 1404:24
man [13] - 1420:14,
1420:16, 1425:5,
1425:21, 1429:15,
1431:14, 1432:24,
1451:18, 1464:25,
1467:7, 1472:24,
1474:1, 1474:6
man's [4] - 1447:14,
1464:18, 1473:12
maneuver [1] 1416:19
Manhattan [1] 1438:9
Manol [5] - 1448:17,
1448:19, 1449:17,
1449:18
mans [3] - 1425:20,
1441:14, 1476:19
map [5] - 1427:18,
1428:2, 1428:4,
1429:4, 1429:5
March [2] - 1460:7,
1460:8
marijuana [1] - 1440:2
Mariner's [12] 1426:25, 1441:20,
1441:21, 1442:6,
1446:24, 1447:13,
1447:14, 1452:4,
1452:9, 1482:12,
1482:24, 1486:25
Mariners [5] 1398:18, 1399:2,
1462:21, 1462:22,
1468:19
MARK [1] - 1379:19
Mark [2] - 1380:14,
1383:14
mark [1] - 1489:3
marked [7] - 1394:11,
1395:3, 1395:10,
1488:10, 1488:11,
1489:25
Markham [1] 1404:21
married [2] - 1417:17,
1417:19
matter [4] - 1385:22,
1446:12, 1496:7
Matthew [2] - 1386:23,
1387:4
MATTHEW [2] 1387:10, 1497:5
McMillan [1] - 1420:18
mean [47] - 1402:2,

CRR

FCRR

1402:6, 1406:8,
1407:18, 1411:8,
1411:25, 1417:1,
1417:24, 1418:8,
1419:8, 1421:5,
1421:9, 1421:12,
1423:24, 1424:15,
1428:15, 1433:6,
1435:12, 1440:1,
1440:20, 1440:23,
1443:13, 1444:25,
1447:24, 1459:13,
1459:19, 1462:8,
1463:8, 1463:18,
1465:10, 1467:18,
1468:14, 1469:7,
1469:13, 1469:15,
1470:18, 1471:3,
1474:4, 1474:23,
1474:25, 1476:14,
1476:16, 1478:5,
1478:7, 1479:10,
1487:9, 1495:17
means [3] - 1412:2,
1417:19, 1442:1
meant [1] - 1381:14
mechanical [1] 1379:24
medical [1] - 1417:6
meet [8] - 1443:19,
1443:20, 1444:16,
1444:17, 1444:21,
1445:11, 1445:12
meetings [1] 1421:24
Melli [1] - 1467:15
member [12] 1410:20, 1414:24,
1415:9, 1416:7,
1422:2, 1422:8,
1439:19, 1440:4,
1458:12, 1460:1,
1495:18, 1495:19
members [13] 1395:11, 1405:1,
1410:7, 1410:17,
1415:8, 1421:25,
1439:15, 1451:20,
1451:21, 1456:7,
1458:18, 1495:24
membership [3] 1414:16, 1417:9,
1417:12
men [2] - 1400:24,
1459:6
mens [1] - 1459:2
mentioned [4] 1404:4, 1437:1,
1446:23, 1460:2
menu [3] - 1412:1,

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1412:2, 1412:3
mess [3] - 1462:8,
1467:12
message [1] - 1380:19
messed [2] - 1432:14,
1464:20
messing [3] 1426:18, 1461:2,
1461:5
met [2] - 1400:9,
1406:17
meting [1] - 1461:1
Michelle [18] 1405:10, 1468:12,
1471:15, 1471:22,
1472:3, 1473:25,
1481:3, 1482:16,
1482:17, 1483:20,
1484:8, 1484:17,
1484:19, 1484:24,
1485:5, 1486:9,
1486:12, 1491:11
Michelle's [2] 1481:5, 1484:14
Michigan [1] 1405:10
microphone [1] 1428:8
middle [4] - 1399:3,
1410:10, 1442:6,
1464:1
might [3] - 1413:2,
1421:17, 1423:11
Milton [2] - 1400:24,
1401:1
mind [5] - 1396:7,
1456:9, 1472:10,
1484:8, 1496:2
minds [1] - 1495:15
mingle [1] - 1472:6
mingling [2] - 1472:9,
1487:12
minute [2] - 1420:7,
1453:21
minutes [6] - 1381:24,
1396:4, 1405:19,
1466:2, 1492:1,
1492:6
misbehavior [1] 1409:18
misdemeanor [2] 1455:17, 1457:3
missed [2] - 1484:3,
1484:4
missing [3] - 1488:23,
1488:25, 1489:15
mistaken [1] 1486:23
mixed [1] - 1485:16
MO [1] - 1454:11

mobile [1] - 1443:20
model [1] - 1389:16
moment [3] - 1381:3,
1383:23, 1412:9
moms [8] - 1466:23,
1467:8, 1467:9,
1467:10, 1467:25,
1468:3, 1469:12,
1471:20
money [33] - 1420:12,
1421:7, 1422:13,
1422:15, 1422:18,
1423:7, 1423:18,
1424:21, 1430:12,
1431:12, 1431:21,
1441:4, 1444:11,
1444:20, 1446:6,
1446:7, 1446:8,
1446:9, 1446:15,
1446:17, 1446:18,
1447:8, 1447:17,
1447:19, 1447:21,
1448:2, 1458:11,
1470:25, 1471:4,
1471:6, 1471:8,
1472:10, 1483:24
Monitoring [1] 1410:19
months [21] - 1404:9,
1408:9, 1420:10,
1429:24, 1430:1,
1432:16, 1433:5,
1433:10, 1438:9,
1438:10, 1438:16,
1438:21, 1438:22,
1447:4, 1450:19,
1450:23, 1452:15,
1454:20
morning [17] - 1380:7,
1380:10, 1380:12,
1380:13, 1380:16,
1380:21, 1400:22,
1400:23, 1403:22,
1472:14, 1472:23,
1473:3, 1473:6,
1473:7, 1473:8,
1482:8, 1496:5
Morningstar [3] 1429:3, 1429:4,
1429:7
most [2] - 1398:21,
1443:23
mostly [1] - 1445:17
mother [5] - 1380:19,
1382:3, 1464:8,
1464:19, 1464:22
mother's [2] 1433:11, 1433:18
mother-in-law [1] 1464:19

CMH

OCR

motorcycle [3] 1462:11, 1462:12
motorcycles [1] 1462:10
mouth [6] - 1416:9,
1416:13, 1416:15,
1416:21, 1416:22,
1465:21
move [8] - 1381:10,
1396:2, 1402:20,
1416:10, 1432:17,
1439:4, 1441:21,
1448:11
moved [6] - 1408:7,
1438:24, 1439:5,
1439:13, 1451:15,
1468:17
moves [1] - 1395:4
moving [2] - 1433:16,
1439:10
MR [73] - 1380:7,
1380:11, 1380:14,
1381:3, 1381:6,
1381:12, 1381:14,
1381:17, 1381:18,
1382:12, 1382:13,
1383:8, 1383:11,
1383:14, 1383:22,
1384:2, 1384:5,
1384:9, 1384:13,
1384:16, 1384:19,
1384:21, 1385:3,
1385:8, 1385:11,
1385:14, 1385:18,
1385:19, 1385:23,
1386:1, 1386:2,
1386:3, 1386:4,
1386:7, 1386:9,
1386:12, 1386:22,
1387:8, 1387:14,
1389:2, 1389:5,
1393:8, 1393:10,
1394:1, 1394:4,
1394:6, 1394:9,
1394:13, 1395:6,
1395:25, 1396:10,
1397:11, 1397:14,
1399:16, 1400:4,
1402:3, 1402:4,
1420:1, 1427:21,
1443:2, 1456:1,
1456:4, 1456:24,
1457:1, 1458:2,
1463:13, 1476:1,
1488:14, 1488:17,
1489:24, 1493:2,
1495:23, 1496:6
multiple [1] - 1407:8
mumbles [1] - 1465:6
murder [7] - 1434:9,

RMR

1434:15, 1435:6,
1435:10, 1436:24,
1437:1, 1437:5
murdered [2] 1434:10, 1434:13
music [3] - 1472:4,
1473:14, 1473:17
must [3] - 1392:10,
1395:15, 1397:5
mutual [2] - 1400:10,
1400:11

N
nah [1] - 1427:5
name [25] - 1387:3,
1387:4, 1387:6,
1388:17, 1397:8,
1399:5, 1399:19,
1400:12, 1420:17,
1425:6, 1425:7,
1427:3, 1427:4,
1432:23, 1449:12,
1449:13, 1449:14,
1449:15, 1449:16,
1460:16, 1460:17,
1463:15, 1463:16,
1483:10, 1495:14
named [6] - 1404:1,
1405:10, 1434:11,
1460:4, 1471:11,
1490:16
names [2] - 1380:5,
1463:9
Nana [2] - 1491:1,
1491:8
Nation [7] - 1403:3,
1403:4, 1413:23,
1414:3, 1414:4,
1415:13
nations [2] - 1413:25,
1414:2
NBA [1] - 1425:20
near [4] - 1487:16,
1489:1, 1490:8,
1495:22
need [9] - 1437:21,
1448:24, 1449:2,
1449:4, 1468:4,
1476:22, 1477:4,
1488:1
needed [3] - 1414:21,
1458:11, 1459:11
negligent [1] 1431:14
neighborhood [13] 1389:10, 1392:11,
1402:19, 1422:6,
1426:18, 1436:7,
1436:8, 1439:13,

CRR

FCRR

1445:18, 1464:4,
1464:7, 1469:7
neighborhoods [2] 1439:11, 1439:13
neutral [1] - 1444:22
never [8] - 1385:14,
1406:24, 1436:10,
1454:6, 1459:1,
1484:9, 1484:10
NEW [1] - 1379:1
new [2] - 1414:8,
1414:10
New [11] - 1379:5,
1379:16, 1379:23,
1387:18, 1391:10,
1394:18, 1398:16,
1438:9, 1468:8,
1473:5, 1473:15
news [2] - 1452:17,
1452:18
newspapers [1] 1404:16
next [16] - 1390:13,
1396:3, 1419:20,
1442:9, 1455:20,
1456:25, 1457:14,
1459:23, 1463:16,
1472:14, 1472:23,
1473:6, 1473:15,
1475:6, 1478:24,
1492:7
nice [1] - 1487:13
nickname [1] - 1453:1
niece [2] - 1461:22,
1480:18
nieces [1] - 1467:11
nigger [1] - 1477:4
niggers [1] - 1427:4
night [13] - 1380:19,
1381:12, 1403:21,
1404:1, 1407:7,
1472:21, 1472:22,
1476:13, 1479:19,
1480:9, 1483:4,
1495:9
nights [1] - 1471:25
Nine [6] - 1384:15,
1385:6, 1413:6,
1413:8, 1413:11,
1413:12
nine [8] - 1404:9,
1413:12, 1423:13,
1443:16, 1450:19,
1450:23, 1473:8,
1486:23
nobody [6] - 1390:6,
1401:7, 1405:5,
1405:7, 1446:3,
1454:11
none [4] - 1454:7,

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1454:25, 1473:1,
1473:2
noon [3] - 1382:8,
1382:10, 1382:11
North [1] - 1468:4
north [3] - 1398:19,
1445:4, 1445:5
Northfield [1] 1428:12
nothing [15] 1408:16, 1418:23,
1419:14, 1447:10,
1449:2, 1454:14,
1454:15, 1455:1,
1461:16, 1464:25,
1467:23, 1480:15,
1480:16, 1484:11,
1487:12
November [5] 1403:22, 1482:5,
1482:7, 1482:8
number [10] - 1380:2,
1380:23, 1381:22,
1386:11, 1393:15,
1412:3, 1414:12,
1442:3, 1446:19
Number [2] - 1380:17,
1382:2
numerous [2] 1409:18, 1412:25
nut [2] - 1452:22,
1452:25
NYPD [3] - 1387:19,
1387:21, 1387:25

O
o'clock [2] - 1379:8,
1473:8
oath [4] - 1394:19,
1415:12, 1431:2,
1456:22
objection [1] - 1402:3
observation [1] 1390:23
observed [4] 1389:16, 1389:21,
1390:5, 1392:25
obviously [1] 1429:18
OF [3] - 1379:1,
1379:3, 1379:10
offense [1] - 1406:2
offered [4] - 1384:12,
1385:5, 1385:9,
1488:14
Office [1] - 1406:17
office [11] - 1434:17,
1434:21, 1434:24,
1436:23, 1450:4,

1452:16, 1452:17,
1453:14, 1454:18,
1454:22, 1455:6
Officer [4] - 1383:21,
1384:25, 1385:14,
1385:15
officer [2] - 1393:4,
1452:16
officers [1] - 1414:14
official [2] - 1393:14,
1394:17
officially [1] - 1488:17
old [4] - 1414:8,
1439:11, 1451:16,
1458:9
older [4] - 1389:16,
1404:19, 1405:14,
1405:17
once [7] - 1405:10,
1410:10, 1424:7,
1426:25, 1432:16,
1435:19
one [58] - 1381:12,
1383:25, 1386:2,
1386:5, 1391:22,
1394:23, 1400:22,
1400:24, 1405:13,
1405:17, 1407:7,
1408:7, 1410:12,
1412:1, 1412:3,
1412:24, 1414:21,
1419:18, 1425:19,
1425:20, 1429:24,
1437:1, 1439:13,
1440:13, 1440:19,
1441:4, 1441:14,
1447:13, 1447:14,
1448:5, 1454:22,
1456:10, 1459:5,
1459:6, 1459:8,
1460:11, 1460:20,
1461:18, 1461:23,
1464:4, 1464:20,
1467:14, 1467:18,
1469:1, 1469:22,
1472:9, 1472:20,
1473:4, 1476:19,
1480:25, 1483:19,
1485:6, 1485:16,
1487:22
one-eighth [1] 1394:23
open [21] - 1380:1,
1382:1, 1383:2,
1386:14, 1396:7,
1446:5, 1456:9,
1456:15, 1473:24,
1473:25, 1474:3,
1474:4, 1474:5,
1474:6, 1474:11,

CMH

OCR

1474:12, 1496:2
opened [1] - 1405:13
opportunity [1] 1415:3
oral [3] - 1405:12,
1405:15, 1405:17
order [3] - 1411:14,
1411:16, 1414:15
ordered [2] - 1487:24
orientation [1] 1410:21
original [1] - 1413:12
otherwise [1] 1489:14
Otis [1] - 1426:15
ounce [2] - 1394:23,
1424:3
outreach [1] - 1418:17
outside [11] - 1445:17,
1445:18, 1475:4,
1475:5, 1476:3,
1476:8, 1482:25,
1484:16, 1485:20,
1485:21
overnight [1] - 1482:6
own [10] - 1401:13,
1401:18, 1412:16,
1412:22, 1450:8,
1459:5, 1470:15,
1471:1, 1480:15,
1491:22
owned [1] - 1401:18

P
P's [2] - 1449:14,
1449:15
packed [1] - 1492:3
page [7] - 1419:20,
1442:9, 1455:20,
1456:25, 1457:14,
1475:6, 1492:7
paid [1] - 1391:3
pair [1] - 1453:19
paper [5] - 1390:3,
1390:8, 1390:9,
1390:14, 1390:22
papers [2] - 1415:2,
1415:14
park [2] - 1466:9,
1466:10
parking [10] - 1427:3,
1427:8, 1427:15,
1427:16, 1428:13,
1428:16, 1428:18,
1485:22, 1485:23
parlor [2] - 1461:19
parole [5] - 1438:1,
1438:2, 1452:16,
1452:17

RMR

part [5] - 1398:17,
1414:16, 1417:8,
1417:11, 1452:8
participate [1] 1421:24
particular [2] 1402:25, 1443:22
parties [2] - 1483:21,
1484:10
party [26] - 1405:3,
1405:20, 1464:3,
1464:10, 1465:18,
1466:1, 1468:1,
1472:13, 1483:3,
1483:4, 1483:6,
1483:17, 1484:1,
1484:2, 1484:3,
1484:4, 1484:15,
1484:21, 1487:1,
1487:7, 1487:8,
1487:10, 1489:19,
1492:4, 1495:9
partying [1] - 1464:1
pass [3] - 1446:6,
1446:15, 1472:14
passengers [1] 1407:8
passes [1] - 1491:23
passing [1] - 1462:9
passport [2] 1417:21, 1417:22
past [3] - 1454:25,
1465:6, 1477:24
path [2] - 1477:15,
1477:17
patience [1] - 1421:13
Paulie [10] - 1477:8,
1479:9, 1479:16,
1479:23, 1480:5,
1480:15, 1480:17,
1480:19, 1480:20,
1480:22
Pauly [4] - 1471:11,
1471:13, 1471:17,
1471:24
pause [1] - 1381:5
paying [1] - 1472:10
PCP [1] - 1447:20
PCP'd [1] - 1449:2
peak [1] - 1405:11
peanut [2] - 1453:1,
1453:2
peephole [3] 1473:23, 1474:5
peeping [1] - 1405:14
Pelt [1] - 1462:21
people [68] - 1401:15,
1402:8, 1402:9,
1405:8, 1406:24,
1413:22, 1416:17,

CRR

FCRR

1417:5, 1418:21,
1419:11, 1421:1,
1421:7, 1421:10,
1421:19, 1422:4,
1422:12, 1422:13,
1422:18, 1424:24,
1431:23, 1439:9,
1439:10, 1439:12,
1439:14, 1439:22,
1439:23, 1443:8,
1444:18, 1444:19,
1445:1, 1445:7,
1446:6, 1446:11,
1446:14, 1446:15,
1446:16, 1451:16,
1451:18, 1451:21,
1452:9, 1454:4,
1454:6, 1459:7,
1459:15, 1459:16,
1459:17, 1459:19,
1459:20, 1459:21,
1459:23, 1459:24,
1462:13, 1462:14,
1463:19, 1464:6,
1467:10, 1472:4,
1480:4, 1486:21,
1487:8, 1487:10,
1487:13, 1487:21,
1491:20, 1492:3,
1492:4, 1493:4,
1493:8
period [5] - 1402:21,
1405:17, 1425:10,
1451:12, 1481:22
permission [1] 1427:24
permit [2] - 1391:10,
1391:12
person [19] - 1389:1,
1399:8, 1399:19,
1399:23, 1400:2,
1407:9, 1412:6,
1421:14, 1431:13,
1453:24, 1459:23,
1461:4, 1493:13,
1493:19, 1493:23,
1494:3, 1494:19,
1495:5, 1495:8
person's [1] - 1432:23
perspective [1] 1381:9
petty [1] - 1404:16
ph [9] - 1448:17,
1458:17, 1462:8,
1462:11, 1465:3,
1467:15, 1473:5
ph) [1] - 1468:17
phone [24] - 1381:22,
1443:14, 1443:15,
1443:17, 1444:6,

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1444:7, 1445:25,
1446:2, 1446:7,
1446:8, 1446:9,
1446:10, 1446:15,
1446:17, 1446:18,
1446:19, 1446:21,
1449:25, 1479:5,
1479:8, 1479:11,
1479:15
phones [6] - 1380:18,
1443:6, 1443:12,
1446:6, 1453:15,
1486:4
physically [1] - 1393:7
pick [3] - 1421:14,
1453:24, 1473:7
picked [9] - 1452:23,
1453:6, 1453:7,
1453:8, 1453:22,
1453:25, 1455:8,
1463:25
picking [1] - 1410:9
pictures [1] - 1486:4
pillar [1] - 1413:18
pillars [3] - 1412:24,
1412:25, 1413:1
pinky [1] - 1453:15
pissed [1] - 1467:9
pit [2] - 1464:14,
1471:2
pitcher [1] - 1485:18
Pito [11] - 1400:12,
1400:13, 1400:15,
1400:17, 1400:23,
1401:1, 1401:4,
1402:13, 1432:24,
1432:25, 1433:2
Place [1] - 1428:11
place [4] - 1443:24,
1476:20, 1490:13,
1490:19
placed [4] - 1391:5,
1391:7, 1391:14,
1394:19
places [1] - 1416:9
Plaintiff [1] - 1379:4
plan [1] - 1483:22
planning [2] 1483:17, 1483:23
plans [1] - 1473:5
plastic [2] - 1391:21,
1391:25
plate [14] - 1389:18,
1389:22, 1389:23,
1390:3, 1390:8,
1390:9, 1390:14,
1390:22, 1391:2,
1411:13, 1411:23,
1411:25, 1412:4,
1412:5

playing [4] - 1473:13,
1473:14, 1473:19
playoff [1] - 1425:20
Plaza [2] - 1379:16,
1379:22
plea [5] - 1406:4,
1406:5, 1406:6,
1406:7, 1406:8
plead [7] - 1397:21,
1398:2, 1433:19,
1436:18, 1450:13,
1450:16, 1481:7
pleaded [1] - 1398:6
pleading [1] - 1450:9
pled [7] - 1398:8,
1408:6, 1433:21,
1436:20, 1437:4,
1450:14, 1457:3
pocket [1] - 1449:3
pockets [5] - 1447:23,
1447:24, 1447:25,
1448:1, 1449:3
point [32] - 1382:7,
1390:14, 1391:1,
1391:4, 1391:5,
1391:17, 1399:10,
1407:3, 1420:2,
1423:20, 1424:18,
1424:22, 1425:10,
1429:24, 1431:25,
1439:25, 1441:9,
1441:21, 1443:23,
1448:3, 1449:11,
1451:25, 1452:6,
1452:14, 1453:18,
1457:3, 1470:20,
1470:21, 1471:10,
1472:17, 1477:8,
1482:10
pointing [1] - 1427:11
police [13] - 1392:8,
1392:24, 1393:4,
1393:14, 1393:16,
1407:10, 1444:21,
1444:24, 1445:3,
1445:6, 1445:13,
1481:5
Police [1] - 1387:18
pool [1] - 1423:18
pooling [1] - 1440:12
Port [13] - 1388:19,
1389:8, 1389:11,
1394:21, 1398:23,
1399:1, 1399:21,
1400:18, 1401:2,
1428:22, 1444:11,
1494:11, 1494:13
position [3] - 1381:1,
1387:23, 1410:14
possess [1] - 1395:1

CMH

OCR

possessed [1] 1394:22
possession [3] 1384:11, 1391:5,
1414:14
possibly [2] 1435:23, 1454:12
poured [2] - 1485:18,
1485:19
power [1] - 1459:23
Power [1] - 1451:20
Pradas [1] - 1453:19
precinct [11] - 1388:3,
1388:5, 1391:17,
1392:4, 1392:13,
1453:10, 1460:20,
1460:21, 1460:22,
1461:24, 1465:24
Precinct [1] - 1460:23
prefer [1] - 1381:18
preparation [1] 1393:18
prepared [1] - 1396:2
present [7] - 1380:1,
1383:2, 1386:19,
1397:2, 1397:4,
1456:15, 1456:20
prestige [1] - 1440:17
Pretty [1] - 1408:2
pretty [46] - 1405:20,
1409:9, 1410:15,
1410:23, 1414:25,
1415:25, 1417:22,
1419:9, 1423:6,
1424:5, 1428:25,
1430:18, 1432:6,
1435:9, 1436:5,
1436:9, 1442:7,
1443:7, 1444:6,
1445:4, 1446:2,
1451:3, 1452:1,
1452:7, 1453:7,
1454:2, 1455:6,
1463:4, 1467:2,
1467:9, 1467:25,
1469:15, 1470:13,
1470:24, 1473:11,
1474:21, 1476:3,
1478:20, 1479:4,
1482:9, 1483:2,
1483:18, 1484:6,
1487:12, 1489:15,
1489:16
Prince [1] - 1434:11
prison [6] - 1397:17,
1397:19, 1397:25,
1404:5, 1404:7,
1409:15
probation [4] 1406:16, 1406:25,

RMR

1407:22, 1453:14
problem [2] - 1475:3,
1480:17
problems [5] 1425:25, 1426:3,
1459:13, 1459:14
proceed [1] - 1387:8
proceeding [1] 1394:17
Proceedings [1] 1379:24
proceeds [1] 1423:16
process [1] - 1433:16
produced [1] 1379:25
program [1] - 1438:7
programming [4] 1437:21, 1437:22,
1438:14
project [3] - 1426:19,
1447:15, 1452:5
Projects [7] - 1404:21,
1426:20, 1434:16,
1441:20, 1441:22,
1482:12, 1482:24
projects [7] - 1426:19,
1445:2, 1445:3,
1447:13, 1447:15,
1457:12, 1482:23
proof [2] - 1385:5
propensity [1] 1385:7
property [1] - 1393:19
protect [1] - 1489:23
protecting [1] 1405:6
protection [3] 1421:20, 1422:20,
1422:21
public [1] - 1412:3
pull [1] - 1445:1
pulled [12] - 1401:11,
1401:14, 1401:19,
1402:18, 1407:8,
1407:10, 1435:21,
1467:24, 1469:12,
1477:24, 1485:22
pulling [1] - 1445:2
punk [3] - 1464:24,
1465:21, 1465:23
purchase [3] - 1416:6,
1423:18, 1443:17
purchased [1] 1416:6
purple [2] - 1391:19,
1391:24
purpose [2] - 1385:7,
1385:8
purse [9] - 1453:11,

CRR

FCRR

1453:13, 1453:20,
1454:11, 1454:12,
1454:16, 1454:17,
1455:1, 1457:2
purses [1] - 1454:5
put [17] - 1411:7,
1411:8, 1416:17,
1417:2, 1418:6,
1418:8, 1424:9,
1453:23, 1454:23,
1470:23, 1484:21,
1484:23, 1484:24,
1489:3, 1491:14
putting [1] - 1392:8

Q
quantities [1] 1424:12
quarters [1] - 1476:5
questions [4] 1394:1, 1394:4,
1394:6, 1401:6
quicker [1] - 1448:11

R
raided [5] - 1433:11,
1433:15, 1433:18,
1481:3, 1481:5
raise [1] - 1386:24
Ralley [1] - 1468:4
ranking [1] - 1410:13
rather [2] - 1420:21,
1431:22
razor [9] - 1416:4,
1416:5, 1416:8,
1416:15, 1416:21,
1416:23, 1417:8,
1424:11, 1476:9
read [3] - 1394:10,
1395:18, 1419:15
ready [9] - 1416:19,
1418:4, 1418:6,
1424:8, 1473:10,
1483:3, 1484:14,
1485:15, 1485:25
real [7] - 1418:22,
1425:6, 1425:7,
1459:16, 1459:19,
1460:16, 1460:17
realized [2] - 1390:14,
1474:17
really [19] - 1406:24,
1439:23, 1447:20,
1448:24, 1451:19,
1453:12, 1454:1,
1455:5, 1462:6,
1465:16, 1469:3,
1469:23, 1471:24,

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1473:11, 1473:18,
1473:21, 1484:1,
1487:13, 1495:14
rear [1] - 1389:17
reason [1] - 1452:11
reasons [1] - 1409:18
receive [2] - 1395:9,
1431:12
received [2] - 1391:2,
1395:17
Recess [3] - 1381:25,
1396:11, 1456:14
recess [3] - 1396:1,
1456:8, 1495:25
reckless [3] - 1450:14,
1450:16, 1451:2
reclined [1] - 1426:10
recognize [7] 1428:4, 1493:13,
1493:19, 1493:23,
1494:3, 1494:19,
1495:5
recognized [1] 1392:9
record [13] - 1380:5,
1386:18, 1387:3,
1389:3, 1395:8,
1395:18, 1397:9,
1399:16, 1400:4,
1400:6, 1438:14,
1489:23, 1489:24
recorded [1] - 1379:24
recording [2] 1436:2, 1436:13
recover [1] - 1430:12
recovered [2] 1391:19, 1393:13
rectum [1] - 1418:1
reduced [2] - 1437:7,
1451:4
Reese [2] - 1425:23,
1428:21
refer [1] - 1413:22
reference [2] 1393:16, 1427:18
referring [2] 1460:13, 1490:19
reflect [5] - 1386:19,
1389:3, 1399:16,
1400:4, 1400:6
regard [1] - 1383:25
regarding [1] 1395:18
registration [1] 1389:22
relating [1] - 1430:11
relation [1] - 1399:1
relationship [7] 1468:15, 1471:17,
1472:8, 1472:18,

1472:19, 1491:10,
1491:11
relatively [2] - 1414:8
release [2] - 1437:25,
1438:17
released [1] - 1457:4
remaining [1] 1381:15
remember [5] 1392:5, 1392:11,
1396:6, 1456:8,
1496:1
remembered [1] 1391:10
Rent [1] - 1431:19
rep [2] - 1440:24,
1440:25
repeating [1] 1392:14
rephrase [1] - 1403:8
Reporter [1] - 1379:22
reporter [1] - 1412:19
reports [1] - 1409:18
represented [1] 1394:18
reputation [8] 1410:15, 1420:25,
1440:8, 1440:15,
1470:13, 1470:14,
1470:16, 1470:18
reputations [1] 1422:22
request [1] - 1396:1
required [4] - 1417:11,
1417:13, 1438:6,
1438:12
resolve [4] - 1455:13,
1455:15, 1480:20,
1480:23
response [1] 1401:16
responsibility [1] 1401:13
rest [1] - 1461:13
Restrooms [2] 1490:18, 1490:20
result [2] - 1392:24,
1425:17
results [1] - 1382:6
retaliated [1] 1447:11
ribs [1] - 1429:17
Richmond [17] 1388:19, 1389:8,
1389:11, 1394:21,
1398:23, 1399:1,
1399:21, 1400:18,
1401:2, 1428:15,
1428:16, 1428:22,
1429:1, 1429:3,

CMH

OCR

1444:11, 1494:11,
1494:13
Riders [2] - 1462:11,
1463:17
rides [1] - 1462:10
right-hand [1] 1420:14
Rikers [3] - 1437:20,
1438:9, 1462:14
ring [2] - 1417:6,
1453:16
ringing [1] - 1446:10
rival [1] - 1415:9
road [1] - 1431:13
rob [6] - 1421:11,
1421:14, 1454:4,
1454:6, 1454:11
robbed [2] - 1421:17,
1447:11
robbery [7] - 1447:12,
1449:6, 1451:8,
1451:9, 1452:19,
1452:20
robbing [1] - 1450:16
rocks [1] - 1424:16
rode [1] - 1482:9
roll [4] - 1419:1,
1419:3, 1485:8,
1491:23
rolled [2] - 1488:5,
1491:15
rolling [1] - 1491:24
rolls [1] - 1491:25
room [5] - 1456:11,
1472:15, 1473:14,
1485:2, 1485:9
rough [1] - 1488:20
route [10] - 1444:1,
1444:2, 1444:3,
1444:5, 1445:16,
1445:19, 1445:24,
1445:25, 1446:4,
1482:10
ruckus [1] - 1419:14
rummaging [2] 1447:25, 1448:12
run [3] - 1408:16,
1466:22, 1466:23
running [6] - 1401:3,
1405:19, 1448:17,
1464:16, 1466:25,
1484:20
runs [1] - 1465:13
rushed [2] - 1380:20,
1382:4

S
safe [2] - 1444:17,
1444:22

RMR

sale [1] - 1402:12
sales [4] - 1401:25,
1443:23, 1446:21,
1447:16
SANDRA [1] - 1379:10
Saran [1] - 1391:21
SARRATT [46] 1379:15, 1381:3,
1381:6, 1381:12,
1381:14, 1381:17,
1382:12, 1383:22,
1384:9, 1384:13,
1384:16, 1384:21,
1385:3, 1385:8,
1385:18, 1386:2,
1386:9, 1386:12,
1386:22, 1387:8,
1387:14, 1389:2,
1389:5, 1393:10,
1394:1, 1394:9,
1394:13, 1395:25,
1399:16, 1400:4,
1402:4, 1420:1,
1427:21, 1443:2,
1456:1, 1456:4,
1456:24, 1457:1,
1458:2, 1476:1,
1488:14, 1488:17,
1489:24, 1493:2,
1495:23, 1496:6
Sarratt [5] - 1380:8,
1383:9, 1384:2,
1386:21, 1456:23
sARRATT [1] 1397:14
SARRETT [1] 1397:11
SARRETTT [1] 1463:13
sat [3] - 1434:13,
1435:21, 1484:16
Saturday [1] - 1472:14
Saturdays [1] - 1472:1
saw [2] - 1462:16,
1471:2
sayings [1] - 1419:16
scare [1] - 1478:19
scared [1] - 1408:2
scarf [1] - 1484:25
scene [1] - 1487:7
scheme [1] - 1390:17
school [10] - 1400:23,
1400:24, 1401:2,
1401:5, 1401:20,
1402:14, 1402:16,
1441:17
School [1] - 1401:2
Scooter [1] - 1458:17
screaming [2] 1454:10, 1479:12

CRR

FCRR

screen [3] - 1488:9,
1489:3, 1490:20
search [2] - 1391:18,
1391:19
seat [5] - 1387:2,
1390:6, 1426:10,
1429:6
seated [5] - 1380:16,
1386:17, 1390:5,
1397:3, 1456:19
SEBBERN [1] 1379:6
Sebbern [20] 1379:18, 1380:4,
1380:12, 1383:4,
1383:12, 1384:7,
1385:20, 1388:17,
1389:7, 1389:15,
1390:5, 1394:14,
1394:16, 1394:19,
1394:24, 1394:25,
1395:1, 1395:19,
1395:21, 1399:17
secluded [1] 1487:15
second [3] - 1389:1,
1392:3, 1399:12
secretary [1] - 1461:1
see [52] - 1381:23,
1388:20, 1393:19,
1399:7, 1399:23,
1403:21, 1405:11,
1411:22, 1427:20,
1435:22, 1438:8,
1438:10, 1443:9,
1444:12, 1444:19,
1445:2, 1445:6,
1445:7, 1447:16,
1448:16, 1448:17,
1452:16, 1453:5,
1454:24, 1458:8,
1461:9, 1466:4,
1472:11, 1472:12,
1473:23, 1473:24,
1474:4, 1474:15,
1476:10, 1476:17,
1476:18, 1477:6,
1477:10, 1477:11,
1478:1, 1478:7,
1478:12, 1478:13,
1480:18, 1487:14,
1488:18, 1488:23,
1493:3, 1493:4,
1495:8
seeing [1] - 1439:9
seem [1] - 1489:14
sees [1] - 1474:13
sell [20] - 1402:9,
1420:21, 1420:23,
1421:10, 1421:12,

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1421:19, 1423:3,
1423:18, 1424:8,
1424:12, 1424:22,
1426:4, 1426:6,
1440:4, 1440:7,
1445:25, 1447:3,
1454:5, 1455:11,
1470:12
selling [75] - 1384:10,
1398:13, 1400:14,
1400:15, 1404:16,
1404:18, 1420:7,
1420:9, 1420:11,
1420:13, 1420:19,
1421:2, 1421:6,
1421:15, 1421:16,
1422:17, 1422:23,
1423:1, 1423:8,
1423:15, 1424:18,
1424:24, 1425:2,
1425:8, 1426:4,
1432:4, 1432:5,
1432:8, 1432:11,
1432:17, 1432:18,
1432:20, 1433:2,
1433:9, 1433:10,
1433:12, 1439:7,
1440:2, 1440:6,
1440:10, 1440:14,
1441:4, 1441:7,
1441:11, 1441:13,
1441:15, 1441:24,
1443:3, 1443:5,
1443:12, 1443:22,
1444:1, 1444:5,
1445:8, 1445:16,
1445:24, 1446:4,
1446:10, 1446:23,
1451:25, 1452:3,
1453:17, 1458:9,
1458:20, 1470:8,
1470:10, 1470:20,
1470:21, 1470:24,
1471:8, 1482:9,
1482:10, 1482:21,
1483:25
sells [1] - 1445:5
sen [1] - 1468:3
send [1] - 1405:18
sending [1] - 1410:18
sent [1] - 1393:16
sentence [9] 1406:14, 1409:4,
1409:6, 1409:10,
1434:5, 1437:7,
1437:15, 1451:4,
1481:20
sentenced [9] 1406:25, 1409:2,
1409:13, 1433:22,

1433:24, 1450:18,
1450:21, 1450:25,
1481:13
separately [3] 1395:14, 1395:15,
1395:16
September [3] 1481:16, 1481:22,
1482:1
Serano [2] - 1406:7,
1406:8
serious [2] - 1429:18,
1447:21
serve [3] - 1409:15,
1409:17, 1437:17
served [5] - 1438:20,
1448:9, 1450:20,
1450:25, 1451:3
serving [2] - 1412:24,
1437:15
set [22] - 1402:25,
1403:2, 1412:23,
1413:5, 1413:8,
1413:15, 1414:8,
1419:7, 1419:8,
1440:11, 1440:13,
1440:14, 1440:21,
1440:22, 1440:23,
1440:24, 1440:25,
1441:1, 1441:2,
1441:3
sets [11] - 1412:13,
1412:14, 1412:15,
1412:20, 1412:21,
1412:22, 1412:25,
1413:6, 1440:13,
1440:19
seven [1] - 1392:2
seventeen [1] 1438:8
several [3] - 1414:18,
1416:9, 1445:22
sex [3] - 1405:12,
1405:15, 1405:17
sexual [2] - 1406:19,
1409:8
Sha [2] - 1451:19,
1458:17
Shadow [2] - 1462:10,
1463:17
share [1] - 1445:24
sharing [1] - 1423:15
Sharpe [2] - 1401:22,
1401:23
Sheist [3] - 1446:24,
1449:1, 1450:16
Sheisty [13] - 1443:3,
1447:1, 1447:3,
1447:16, 1448:4,
1448:12, 1448:14,

CMH

OCR

1449:12, 1449:18,
1449:19, 1449:20
Sheisty's [2] - 1448:5
Shiesty [5] - 1441:15,
1441:16, 1441:19,
1441:24, 1442:8
shifts [3] - 1446:7,
1446:13, 1446:14
shirt [1] - 1388:25
shit [2] - 1455:10,
1469:14
shon [1] - 1412:17
shoot [5] - 1449:4,
1467:1, 1467:5
shooting [6] 1449:11, 1449:22,
1451:8, 1451:9,
1478:17, 1479:9
shoots [1] - 1448:5
shore [4] - 1388:6,
1398:19, 1445:4,
1445:5
short [2] - 1461:17,
1472:20
shortcut [1] - 1477:18
shortly [1] - 1432:20
shot [7] - 1448:22,
1449:5, 1449:7,
1449:17, 1449:20,
1478:15, 1479:6
shots [2] - 1478:14,
1478:15
show [7] - 1384:12,
1408:25, 1438:14,
1488:3, 1488:9,
1489:4, 1489:18
showing [9] - 1408:6,
1478:4, 1478:9,
1493:11, 1493:17,
1493:21, 1494:2,
1494:18, 1495:2
shows [1] - 1488:4
SHREVE [1] - 1379:14
Shreve [2] - 1380:7,
1383:8
shut [1] - 1406:22
shutting [1] - 1405:20
sickly [1] - 1464:2
side [6] - 1383:19,
1384:3, 1390:4,
1429:2, 1429:10,
1464:6
side-swiped [1] 1429:10
sidebar [1] - 1386:13
sides [2] - 1427:10,
1487:15
sights [1] - 1495:14
sign [1] - 1489:20
signature [1] -

RMR

1390:21
signed [1] - 1395:6
simply [1] - 1392:25
single [1] - 1395:14
sister [43] - 1428:20,
1428:21, 1438:24,
1438:25, 1439:3,
1439:4, 1439:5,
1451:15, 1458:4,
1461:2, 1461:3,
1461:5, 1463:24,
1464:2, 1464:21,
1464:22, 1465:19,
1467:11, 1469:22,
1471:18, 1471:25,
1472:6, 1473:6,
1478:23, 1478:24,
1479:7, 1479:8,
1479:16, 1482:24,
1483:18, 1484:3,
1484:9, 1484:11,
1484:17, 1485:6,
1485:11, 1486:1,
1486:3, 1486:15,
1487:24
sister's [5] - 1472:3,
1472:11, 1473:4,
1479:1, 1484:18
sitting [12] - 1388:24,
1389:1, 1399:11,
1399:12, 1400:1,
1400:2, 1415:11,
1462:18, 1473:7,
1474:2, 1487:15,
1491:25
situation [1] - 1469:16
six [8] - 1387:24,
1409:5, 1409:13,
1409:16, 1409:17,
1420:10, 1434:4,
1437:9
sixth [1] - 1407:9
size [1] - 1487:14
skilled [1] - 1404:1
slept [1] - 1479:19
slightly [1] - 1456:4
slowly [1] - 1412:18
smacking [1] 1480:13
small [2] - 1391:19,
1424:16
smaller [2] - 1391:24,
1403:7
smashed [1] 1465:17
smoke [8] - 1488:2,
1490:13, 1490:24,
1491:3, 1491:6,
1491:7, 1491:13,
1491:19

CRR

FCRR

smoked [1] - 1491:25
smoking [9] - 1440:2,
1465:4, 1482:23,
1485:9, 1485:15,
1488:2, 1488:3,
1490:22, 1494:10
smuggled [1] - 1416:6
snatch [2] - 1453:20,
1454:5
snatching [6] 1453:11, 1453:12,
1454:16, 1454:17,
1455:1, 1457:2
sneaker [2] - 1391:20,
1392:20
sneakers [5] 1392:12, 1392:14,
1392:15, 1392:16
sofa [2] - 1487:16,
1489:2
sold [2] - 1445:19,
1459:6
solitary [1] - 1415:24
someone [2] - 1425:2,
1453:8
sometime [1] - 1470:6
sometimes [2] 1413:22, 1446:16
somewhere [3] 1417:23, 1444:18,
1445:11
son [5] - 1408:13,
1408:15, 1464:3,
1476:23
soon [1] - 1486:2
sorry [3] - 1381:14,
1384:20, 1495:23
south [1] - 1388:6
South [8] - 1427:1,
1428:10, 1468:3,
1468:23, 1477:16,
1477:18, 1478:3,
1483:15
speaking [3] 1469:21, 1469:22,
1476:24
special [1] - 1473:4
specifically [1] 1388:10
specifics [1] - 1390:3
spell [4] - 1387:3,
1387:6, 1397:8,
1432:25
spend [4] - 1424:5,
1444:10, 1444:20,
1472:21
spenders [1] - 1444:7
spending [1] 1472:22
spent [1] - 1406:15

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spilled [1] - 1412:15
spin [1] - 1448:14
spit [1] - 1416:19
spoil [1] - 1468:1
spoken [1] - 1382:5
spot [2] - 1426:4,
1443:22
squad [1] - 1387:22
square [2] - 1442:7,
1442:8
ST-10 [5] - 1394:11,
1395:3, 1395:4,
1395:9, 1497:13
staircase [5] - 1405:4,
1405:5, 1405:6,
1405:7, 1405:9
stairs [1] - 1405:20
stand [6] - 1388:23,
1397:1, 1397:5,
1399:7, 1449:8,
1456:21
standing [2] - 1405:9,
1465:3
stands [1] - 1413:12
start [11] - 1398:13,
1404:13, 1404:18,
1415:2, 1415:15,
1419:12, 1424:24,
1432:5, 1432:20,
1433:2, 1470:25
started [29] - 1404:19,
1411:3, 1420:7,
1421:2, 1422:23,
1425:2, 1425:8,
1428:25, 1432:7,
1432:17, 1432:18,
1433:9, 1439:8,
1439:9, 1439:10,
1441:15, 1443:3,
1447:21, 1447:23,
1451:16, 1451:23,
1461:11, 1469:21,
1470:21, 1470:24,
1471:8, 1472:10,
1487:22, 1487:23
starts [2] - 1472:17,
1473:20
State [1] - 1391:10
state [4] - 1380:5,
1383:6, 1387:3,
1397:8
statement [8] 1384:6, 1384:8,
1384:21, 1385:16,
1385:19, 1385:22,
1395:19, 1395:20
statements [1] 1450:7
Staten [21] - 1387:22,
1388:1, 1388:6,

1388:9, 1389:12,
1391:16, 1394:17,
1394:21, 1398:16,
1398:17, 1398:19,
1398:23, 1399:4,
1400:8, 1400:9,
1408:24, 1445:3,
1445:5, 1461:19,
1468:9, 1468:10
STATES [3] - 1379:1,
1379:3, 1379:11
States [8] - 1379:5,
1379:13, 1379:15,
1380:3, 1380:9,
1383:4, 1383:9,
1394:14
stating [1] - 1394:24
stay [3] - 1421:22,
1422:2, 1468:5
stayed [2] - 1422:7,
1467:24
staying [1] - 1468:17
stealing [2] - 1404:16,
1404:17
stenography [1] 1379:24
step [3] - 1390:7,
1394:7, 1427:23
stepped [1] - 1410:10
steps [2] - 1394:8,
1405:18
sticking [1] - 1409:25
stickup [3] - 1421:7,
1421:9, 1421:15
stiff [1] - 1447:8
still [14] - 1381:8,
1393:20, 1393:22,
1403:17, 1424:2,
1439:17, 1456:21,
1458:12, 1466:2,
1477:9, 1485:6,
1485:21
stipulate [1] - 1393:8
stipulated [1] 1394:13
stipulation [7] 1384:19, 1385:16,
1394:10, 1395:1,
1395:6, 1395:17,
1395:18
stocked [1] - 1485:4
stomach [1] - 1476:6
stone [1] - 1413:19
Stone [7] - 1403:3,
1403:4, 1413:16,
1413:20, 1413:23,
1414:4, 1495:1
Stones [8] - 1403:9,
1403:10, 1412:20,
1412:23, 1413:2,

CMH

OCR

1413:22, 1460:12
stood [1] - 1411:4
stool [1] - 1487:16
stop [12] - 1389:18,
1403:19, 1432:8,
1446:9, 1462:25,
1463:12, 1467:13,
1473:13, 1473:19,
1488:8, 1493:7
stopped [1] - 1424:18
store [6] - 1401:22,
1401:24, 1402:10,
1402:15, 1462:19,
1462:20
story [4] - 1428:6,
1461:17, 1462:2,
1472:20
straight [4] - 1427:12,
1427:13
strapped [1] - 1477:5
street [11] - 1391:3,
1424:13, 1427:5,
1427:6, 1427:7,
1435:11, 1435:13,
1454:6, 1470:16,
1478:3, 1479:24
streets [2] - 1461:4,
1476:16
stripe [1] - 1399:13
striped [1] - 1399:14
strong [3] - 1419:5,
1420:24, 1422:12
stronger [1] - 1418:17
stuff [5] - 1404:17,
1410:23, 1411:4,
1449:3, 1462:14
sub [2] - 1412:10,
1412:12
subject [2] - 1384:3,
1456:5
subsets [1] - 1413:2
substance [4] 1393:6, 1394:22,
1394:23, 1394:25
substantial [1] 1454:15
subways [1] - 1445:12
successful [5] 1423:5, 1436:16,
1440:10, 1440:21,
1453:17
sue [1] - 1431:19
suggestions [1] 1384:1
suing [1] - 1431:15
suit [1] - 1388:25
summation [1] 1385:12
summer [4] - 1451:13,
1460:7, 1470:2,

RMR

1470:5
supplier [1] - 1423:24
support [2] - 1418:19,
1439:7
supposed [4] 1390:18, 1390:19,
1408:3, 1473:6
supposedly [1] 1462:8
surgery [2] - 1380:21,
1382:5
survived [1] - 1429:18
SUV [2] - 1466:7,
1466:8
sweatsuit [1] 1484:20
swiped [1] - 1429:10
switch [1] - 1392:15
sworn [4] - 1387:1,
1387:11, 1397:5,
1397:6

T
table [8] - 1389:1,
1400:2, 1489:9,
1489:10, 1489:11,
1489:12, 1489:13
tag [1] - 1390:24
taked [1] - 1477:24
tan [2] - 1389:16,
1484:24
tape [3] - 1417:4,
1417:5, 1417:6
target [2] - 1420:24,
1421:6
teasing [1] - 1464:23
Tel [2] - 1460:15,
1493:6
Tel's [1] - 1460:16
telephone [1] 1380:23
temporary [3] 1389:21, 1389:23,
1390:24
ten [3] - 1438:16,
1443:16, 1456:13
tens [2] - 1424:14,
1424:15
term [5] - 1415:21,
1417:18, 1417:21,
1418:6, 1444:1
terms [2] - 1411:22,
1412:2
Terrace [6] - 1428:14,
1428:15, 1428:16,
1429:1, 1429:3
territory [1] - 1443:10
testified [3] - 1387:12,
1397:7, 1431:20

CRR

FCRR

testify [7] - 1430:23,
1430:25, 1431:4,
1436:18, 1436:21,
1437:2, 1450:11
testimony [6] 1383:25, 1384:17,
1384:25, 1385:1,
1393:18, 1396:2
THE [79] - 1379:10,
1380:2, 1380:10,
1380:13, 1380:16,
1381:4, 1381:11,
1381:13, 1381:16,
1381:21, 1382:2,
1382:14, 1383:3,
1383:10, 1383:13,
1383:16, 1383:20,
1383:24, 1384:4,
1384:8, 1384:10,
1384:14, 1384:24,
1385:4, 1385:13,
1385:17, 1385:21,
1385:24, 1386:5,
1386:8, 1386:10,
1386:15, 1386:17,
1386:18, 1386:24,
1387:2, 1387:4,
1387:6, 1387:7,
1387:9, 1389:4,
1393:11, 1394:3,
1394:5, 1394:7,
1394:12, 1395:7,
1395:11, 1395:23,
1395:24, 1396:4,
1396:9, 1397:3,
1397:8, 1397:10,
1397:12, 1399:18,
1400:6, 1402:5,
1427:22, 1427:25,
1456:3, 1456:6,
1456:10, 1456:13,
1456:16, 1456:17,
1456:19, 1456:20,
1463:12, 1488:13,
1488:16, 1489:23,
1493:10, 1494:24,
1494:25, 1495:21,
1495:24, 1496:4
themselves [1] 1485:3
therapy [2] - 1432:12,
1432:15
thinking [3] - 1453:9,
1480:18, 1484:1
thinks [1] - 1382:9
third [3] - 1465:12,
1465:21, 1474:24
thirty [7] - 1415:21,
1438:21, 1438:22,
1481:14, 1481:17,

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1481:20, 1492:6
thirty-five [1] - 1492:6
thirty-something [2] 1438:21, 1438:22
thousand [2] 1423:10, 1423:12
threat [1] - 1477:12
threaten [1] - 1480:1
threats [2] - 1467:3
three [7] - 1381:11,
1430:1, 1437:14,
1437:15, 1437:17,
1438:20, 1486:6
threw [3] - 1407:17,
1430:8, 1464:9
throughout [2] 1400:9, 1410:14
throw [1] - 1401:7
throwing [1] - 1452:10
throws [2] - 1464:2,
1474:14
tie [2] - 1399:13,
1399:14
Tina [2] - 1480:10,
1480:16
Tina's [1] - 1480:1
tinted [1] - 1390:2
tipsy [1] - 1483:2
tired [1] - 1479:15
today [7] - 1381:20,
1388:20, 1393:18,
1399:8, 1399:23,
1406:12, 1495:25
toes [1] - 1391:20
together [8] - 1400:14,
1420:19, 1423:15,
1441:17, 1441:18,
1470:24, 1470:25,
1472:16
Tombs [1] - 1438:9
tomorrow [4] 1381:20, 1381:22,
1496:2, 1496:5
tongue [2] - 1416:17,
1416:19
took [10] - 1406:5,
1408:21, 1415:12,
1436:11, 1436:12,
1447:22, 1453:13,
1474:9, 1477:12,
1479:20
top [4] - 1400:2,
1474:9, 1489:25,
1490:3
top-left [2] - 1489:25,
1490:3
Tot [1] - 1444:10
total [1] - 1486:21
tough [6] - 1459:20,
1459:21, 1459:25,

1465:11, 1470:18
toughest [1] - 1459:25
toward [3] - 1465:4,
1466:10, 1466:16
towards [4] - 1451:13,
1465:8, 1470:5,
1488:4
Town [1] - 1477:11
TOWNES [1] 1379:10
Townes [1] - 1398:2
training [2] - 1392:23,
1393:3
transcript [1] 1379:24
TRANSCRIPT [1] 1379:10
transcription [1] 1379:25
transitioning [1] 1456:4
travel [1] - 1418:4
traveling [2] 1389:17, 1430:2
Trey [2] - 1441:25,
1442:1
Treys [4] - 1413:9,
1413:11, 1413:12
TRIAL [1] - 1379:10
trial [12] - 1380:2,
1383:3, 1395:2,
1395:15, 1406:4,
1406:9, 1430:19,
1430:23, 1430:25,
1431:6, 1433:19,
1436:18
tried [4] - 1395:13,
1395:14, 1447:8,
1476:7
Trowel [2] - 1380:8,
1383:9
TROWEL [1] 1379:14
truck [8] - 1466:4,
1466:5, 1466:6,
1466:8, 1466:15,
1466:16, 1467:23
true [2] - 1384:13,
1394:25
trust [1] - 1439:22
trusted [2] - 1435:9,
1436:10
truth [1] - 1468:3
truthful [1] - 1406:18
truthfully [2] 1430:25, 1431:4
try [3] - 1421:1,
1440:12, 1448:13
trying [10] - 1430:12,
1431:19, 1448:2,

CMH

OCR

1448:9, 1448:10,
1461:6, 1473:11,
1478:19, 1480:1,
1483:19
turn [5] - 1427:8,
1428:21, 1448:8,
1448:16, 1473:16
turned [3] - 1428:11,
1449:21
turning [3] - 1427:2,
1474:10, 1474:11
turns [1] - 1448:4
tussling [1] - 1448:12
twenties [2] - 1424:14,
1424:15
twenty [5] - 1392:2,
1424:3, 1438:10,
1481:16, 1481:18
twenty-seven [1] 1392:2
twist [1] - 1474:8
two [33] - 1381:8,
1381:15, 1395:13,
1409:5, 1409:13,
1412:3, 1413:6,
1423:11, 1429:17,
1429:24, 1430:1,
1433:23, 1433:24,
1436:23, 1437:5,
1437:11, 1437:12,
1437:14, 1438:10,
1438:15, 1445:1,
1445:7, 1453:14,
1454:20, 1463:23,
1463:24, 1467:6,
1468:6, 1474:9,
1478:14, 1478:15,
1486:23
two-to-four [3] 1433:23, 1437:14,
1438:15
Tyesha [2] - 1490:25,
1491:8
type [2] - 1412:5,
1479:24

U
U.S [1] - 1406:17
ultimately [1] 1454:18
umm [3] - 1405:3,
1409:8, 1470:4
uncle [9] - 1483:7,
1483:8, 1487:22,
1487:25, 1488:1,
1490:5, 1490:7,
1490:13
Uncle [1] - 1483:9
unclick [1] - 1474:9

RMR

under [14] - 1381:6,
1391:5, 1391:7,
1391:14, 1394:19,
1412:25, 1416:17,
1431:2, 1431:16,
1431:18, 1453:13,
1456:21, 1465:7,
1473:1
undercover [2] 1433:11, 1433:12
underneath [2] 1413:17, 1413:20
understandable [1] 1380:25
unexpected [1] 1448:24
unfortunately [1] 1390:1
unidentified [1] 1392:10
unique [1] - 1393:15
unit [2] - 1388:1,
1388:9
UNITED [3] - 1379:1,
1379:3, 1379:11
United [8] - 1379:5,
1379:13, 1379:15,
1380:3, 1380:9,
1383:4, 1383:9,
1394:14
unlawfully [1] 1394:22
unless [2] - 1420:24,
1491:22
unmarked [2] 1407:10, 1408:14
up [85] - 1383:17,
1386:8, 1392:3,
1399:7, 1401:5,
1401:14, 1401:18,
1401:19, 1405:5,
1405:13, 1407:22,
1408:6, 1408:25,
1409:25, 1410:10,
1410:11, 1410:19,
1421:14, 1422:14,
1424:9, 1424:10,
1424:16, 1425:18,
1426:17, 1426:24,
1427:5, 1428:9,
1429:14, 1432:14,
1437:14, 1437:15,
1437:22, 1441:2,
1441:15, 1441:18,
1444:21, 1444:24,
1445:1, 1445:2,
1445:22, 1445:23,
1446:13, 1448:17,
1449:19, 1449:21,
1450:6, 1450:8,

CRR

FCRR

1450:9, 1453:8,
1454:23, 1455:16,
1464:5, 1464:10,
1467:6, 1467:12,
1467:16, 1468:25,
1471:16, 1472:22,
1473:7, 1474:14,
1474:15, 1474:22,
1475:2, 1477:16,
1477:18, 1477:21,
1479:20, 1480:10,
1480:11, 1484:12,
1486:4, 1487:6,
1489:2, 1489:5,
1491:23
upset [1] - 1467:25
upstairs [6] - 1380:18,
1405:8, 1405:11,
1405:12, 1484:17
upstate [6] - 1409:19,
1437:20, 1438:5,
1438:8, 1438:11

V
vacation [1] - 1468:4
Valentine [2] 1412:16, 1413:7
Valentine's [1] 1457:7
Van [2] - 1426:15,
1462:21
varies [1] - 1462:13
variety [1] - 1413:2
various [3] - 1412:10,
1412:15, 1414:15
Vaughn [1] - 1473:5
vehicle [7] - 1389:16,
1389:18, 1389:19,
1389:20, 1390:7,
1392:8
vents [1] - 1479:3
versus [2] - 1380:3,
1383:4
viable [1] - 1419:13
vicinity [1] - 1394:20
Victory [1] - 1445:12
viewed [1] - 1384:7
violated [1] - 1409:9
violation [4] 1407:22, 1408:18,
1409:2, 1418:25
violations [3] 1409:20, 1414:13,
1437:18
violence [8] - 1411:9,
1411:16, 1411:19,
1412:5, 1415:8,
1418:10, 1480:23
visit [1] - 1473:5

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voice [1] - 1428:9
voucher [1] - 1393:15
vouchered [2] 1393:14, 1393:20

W
wait [6] - 1381:8,
1381:18, 1381:21,
1382:8, 1463:10,
1477:8
waited [1] - 1402:18
waiters [1] - 1395:20
WAITERS [1] - 1379:7
Waiters [6] - 1379:20,
1380:3, 1380:15,
1383:5, 1383:15,
1400:5
waiting [2] - 1485:15,
1486:1
wakes [1] - 1427:3
walk [3] - 1443:9,
1448:10, 1488:4
walked [5] - 1464:11,
1464:16, 1477:8,
1484:13, 1487:5
walking [6] - 1392:9,
1415:2, 1415:14,
1476:15, 1477:9,
1477:18
walks [1] - 1465:6
wall [1] - 1489:16
Wally [5] - 1420:16,
1420:19, 1422:23,
1423:3, 1424:18
Wally's [1] - 1420:17
wants [4] - 1385:10,
1440:21, 1440:22,
1440:23
war [1] - 1416:20
watch [4] - 1405:4,
1405:18, 1467:14
watched [1] - 1425:18
watching [3] - 1405:6,
1425:19, 1473:15
ways [2] - 1441:4,
1459:4
weapon [13] - 1416:1,
1416:3, 1417:11,
1417:13, 1417:15,
1417:16, 1417:19,
1417:23, 1417:25,
1466:18, 1466:19,
1469:12
weapons [5] 1414:14, 1427:11,
1459:9, 1459:11,
1466:17
wear [2] - 1436:2,
1436:13

wearing [7] - 1388:24,
1388:25, 1392:14,
1399:11, 1399:14,
1400:1, 1400:2
weed [5] - 1465:5,
1485:8, 1488:3,
1491:13, 1494:10
week [1] - 1484:2
weekend [1] - 1464:1
weeks [6] - 1429:25,
1463:22, 1463:23,
1463:24, 1468:6,
1468:23
weight [1] - 1450:8
west [1] - 1398:18
West [7] - 1399:1,
1400:25, 1404:23,
1436:9, 1444:12,
1452:11, 1468:25
wheelchair [1] 1432:15
white [2] - 1445:1,
1445:7
whole [8] - 1398:21,
1409:17, 1419:14,
1431:7, 1455:9,
1467:9, 1481:24,
1492:5
willing [1] - 1436:13
wind [2] - 1425:18,
1450:9
window [2] - 1389:22,
1390:2
windows [1] - 1472:25
winds [1] - 1464:10
witness [18] 1383:22, 1387:1,
1387:11, 1389:5,
1394:8, 1396:3,
1397:1, 1397:4,
1400:4, 1427:21,
1435:11, 1435:12,
1435:13, 1435:14,
1435:16, 1436:6,
1489:24, 1493:9
WITNESS [4] - 1387:4,
1387:7, 1397:10,
1494:25
WITNESSES [1] 1497:3
words [3] - 1404:8,
1464:10, 1469:14
works [5] - 1460:21,
1460:24, 1460:25,
1461:23, 1465:24
wound [16] - 1401:5,
1401:14, 1401:19,
1410:11, 1410:19,
1426:24, 1437:14,
1437:15, 1450:9,

CMH

OCR

1455:16, 1468:25,
1471:15, 1471:16,
1472:22, 1484:12,
1486:4
wrap [1] - 1391:21
wrapped [1] - 1391:21
wrapper [1] - 1391:25
wreck [1] - 1430:11
written [1] - 1407:22
ws [1] - 1413:16

Y
y'all [4] - 1444:22,
1444:23, 1455:1,
1455:10
Yah [3] - 1425:21,
1425:23
year [6] - 1403:20,
1408:4, 1423:4,
1425:1, 1441:9,
1452:8
years [24] - 1387:20,
1387:24, 1398:12,
1400:9, 1404:4,
1404:7, 1404:8,
1406:15, 1406:25,
1409:5, 1409:13,
1409:16, 1409:17,
1433:24, 1434:4,
1437:9, 1437:11,
1437:14, 1437:15,
1437:17, 1438:20,
1451:10
yelling [1] - 1392:11
yellow [1] - 1390:18
yo [4] - 1461:15,
1465:10, 1465:19,
1473:24
Yo [9] - 1427:4,
1476:22, 1476:23,
1477:4, 1477:5,
1478:10, 1479:9,
1479:16, 1479:18
YORK [1] - 1379:1
York [10] - 1379:5,
1379:16, 1379:23,
1387:18, 1391:10,
1394:18, 1398:16,
1438:9, 1468:8,
1473:15
young [1] - 1405:22
younger [1] - 1400:18
youngest [1] 1433:18
yourself [11] 1420:13, 1420:22,
1421:6, 1421:16,
1432:18, 1441:11,
1446:1, 1446:17,

RMR

1452:25, 1470:12,
1470:20
yu [1] - 1471:20

Z
Zetta [4] - 1461:22,
1461:23, 1464:21,
1465:20
Ziploc [1] - 1391:19
zips [1] - 1391:24
Zito [1] - 1467:15
zone [1] - 1444:22
zoomed [1] - 1477:24

CRR

FCRR

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