The search for former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s missing computer takes another turn, as Kilpatrick may be called back to Detroit to testify about it.
The ex-mayor’s name has been added to the list of witnesses who may be called to testify during a hearing Wednesday in U.S. District Court. The judge will determine whether the city of Detroit will be sanctioned for destroying Kwame Kilpatrick’s computer in 2008.
The attorney representing the family of murdered stripper Tamara Greene wants some of the ex-mayor’s e-mails to see if there’s proof that Kilpatrick or the city hampered the investigation into Greene’s murder. She allegedly danced at a rumored party at the Manoogian Mansion in 2002.
Kilpatrick is currently serving time in federal prison for violating probation.
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