Attorney Requests More Evidence In Greene Case
An attorney for the family of the slain stripper who is said to have danced at the never-proven Manoogian Mansion party, is now asking for more evidence in the case. Both sides in the Tamara Greene lawsuit will meet in federal court Tuesday to discuss if the city of Detroit has provided enough information to the family of Greene.
WWJ and Fox 2 Legal Analyst Charlie Langton says if attorney Norman Yatooma still needs more evidence, his case is looking a little shaky.
“I think the judge is going to say, ‘Listen. You’ve had plenty of time, I think your time is running out, and if you don’t have what you need right now to make a case, this might be the end of the line. And I can see the judge eventually throwing this case out,” Langton said.
“The legal word for what I believe Mr. Yatooma is doing now is called ‘fishing.” And, it’s a little too late to be fishing. He should have a legitimate theory. He should have the proof at this time, and he has done a lot of deposition,” he said.
Yatooma’s suit accuses former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick of sabotaging the investigation into Greene’s death.
Tune to WWJ on Tuesday for more on this developing story.
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