Cox to be deposed Dec. 11 in slain dancer suit

The Detroit News is reporting, “Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox will be deposed next month by the lawyer representing relatives of slain dancer Tamara Greene, although his statements will be sealed until further notice, a federal judge said Tuesday.

“Cox’s deposition in the lawsuit by Greene’s family against the city of Detroit is tentatively planned for Dec. 11.

“Greene, linked to a long-rumored but never proven 2002 party at the Manoogian Mansion, was killed in a Detroit drive-by shooting in 2003. Her family claims city and police officials obstructed the investigation of her murder. The city denies the allegations.

“Cox investigated the rumored party and concluded it was an ‘urban legend.’ State police investigators, who were later deposed by Norman Yatooma, the attorney for Greene’s family, claim Cox quashed their investigation into whether the party ever happened.”


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