June 1989 - Did I Really Hear That?
James P. Walker, Jr.
of Dallas (McKinley, Dubner) shares an excerpt from the deposition of a
bankruptcy debtor who is serving time for stock fraud at the La Tuna
Federal Corrections Institution. This cross-examination is by Wade Williams
of Galveston (Mills, Shirley).
Q. And so that, whether or not that money was actually being used to buy stocks, she really wouldn't know otherwise, correct?
A. That's correct.
Q. Okay. Because the confirmation slip stayed the same for a real as opposed to a fictitious stock transfer?
A. That is correct.
Q. You've talked in a lot of generalities with regard to the last 90 days and what went on. Am I correct?
A. Yeah, - whatever I testified to, that's what I said.
James astutely notes: "I am not sure if it ever gets much clearer than this."