Wayne County Judge Michael Callahan -to testify about swearing in the mayor and Christine Beatty "to tell the truth ... nothing but the truth, so More
Wayne County Judge Michael Callahan -to testify about swearing in the mayor and Christine Beatty "to tell the truth ... nothing but the truth, so help me God." Sheila D. Rice - to testify to swearing in Beatty and Kilpatrick to tell the truth during depositions. Stephen Oshinsky of SkyTel - to testify about providing the text messages to the Prosecutor's Office. Former deputy police chief Gary Brown, one of the whistleblowers - to testify about his job as head of internal affairs and attempts to interview allegations raised by Harold Nelthrope. Former Detroit Police officer Harold Nelthrope, another of the whistleblowers - to testify about observing "improprieties" by member of the Executive Protection Unit and seeing Kilpatrick "and others constantly sending text messages on their devices." Michael Stefani, the attorney for the whistle-blowers - to testify about his motion that revealed the text messages and preparing the deal that suppressed the messages. Sam McCargo, the lawyer hired by the city to represent Mayor Kilpatrick - to testify to the settlement agreement involving the text messages. 36th District Judge Ruth Carter - to testify about being the city's corporation counsel at the time at the time of the whistleblower suit. Former Police Chief Jerry Oliver -to testify he never knew why Brown was terminated. Former Detroit Police Sergeant Shawn Wesley - to testify about interviewing Nelthrope. Donald Parshall - to testify about working in internal affairs, interviewing Nelthrope, and then being locked out of his computer files. Brian Stair - to testify about being assigned to the Detroit Police department's internal affairs bureau. Whistleblower Walter Harris - to testify to "observing defendant #1 (Kwame Kilpatrick) in compromising situations." Now Deputy Chief Shereece Fleming-Freeman - to testify to comments made to Beatty regarding the firing of Brown. Steven Dolunt - to testify about working in internal affairs and being locked out of his computer. IT Department Sergeant Hugh Morrison - to testify about being present when computers belonging to Brown were backed up. General counsel for SkyTel Wendy R. Mullins - to testify about being contacted by William Mitchell, the mayor's private attorney, and being asked about the text messages and not to release them because they are private property of the mayor's. City IT worker Anthony Baker - to testify he made a copy of Gary Brown's computer files. Former Detroit IT Director David Rayford - to testify about being called by Beatty to back up files of Brown and two other internal affairs cops. City Attorney Valerie Colbert-Osamuede - to testify about presenting the whistleblower settlement to the council but omitting the secret deal with Kilpatrick for the messages. City Corporation Counsel John E. Johnson - to testify to being involved in the settlement of the whistleblower suits. Iris Ogeda to testify to being the mayor's scheduling secretary and sending and receiving text messages. City Council President Kenneth Cockrel, Jr. - to testify he was present when Colbert-Osamuede briefed the council on the whistleblower settlement but did not mention text messages. City Council member Kwame Kenyatta - to testify to being chairman of the Internal Operational Committee and also not being told of the text messages. Former Deputy Chief Craig Schwartz - to testify that he was offered opportunity to retire or revert to lieutenant. Former head of the Executive Protection Unit James Barren - to testify about being forced out of the job, to meeting with Beatty and Officer Lorenzo Jones, a mayoral bodyguard, who told Barren he would not take a backseat to him. The mayor's private lawyer William Mitchell III - to testify to being the mayor's escrow agent for the messages.Hide
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