There are new developments in the lawsuit on behalf of the family of murdered stripper Tamara Greene.
The attorney for the Greene family, Norman Yatooma, says there’s an affidavit of a witness who claims to have worked security at a party at the Manoogian Mansion in 2002 and that former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, his father Bernard, and State Attorney General Mike Cox, now a gubernatorial candidate, were there.
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Yatooma told WWJ Newsradio 950’s Beth Fisher that the witness said the Kilpatricks and Mike Cox were in attendance. Yatooma went on to say that the witness testified under oath that Kwame Kilpatrick received a dance from Tamara Greene, which resulted in her assault by Carlita Kilpatrick and, Yatooma said, Mike Cox also received a lap dance.
Cox’s response: “It’s absolute ‘B-S’.” He went on to say that he intends to remain focused on next week’s Michigan primary.
Yatooma is trying to prove that Kilpatrick covered up Greene’s murder investigation and he has sued him and the city of Detroit.
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