Cox set to be deposed today in Greene suit

The Detroit Free Press is reporting:

Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox is set to be deposed this morning in U.S. District Court in the lawsuit brought by family members of slain stripper Tamara Greene.

The lawsuit alleges that Detroit officials conspired to thwart the investigation into Greene’s April 30, 2003, drive-by slaying, which remains unsolved. Greene was rumored to have danced at a never-proven party in fall 2002 at the Manoogian Mansion.

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Detroit cop: Greene case was hindered

“Detroit police officer testified Thursday he saw an administrative sergeant doing ‘secret squirrel work’ with the homicide file of slain exotic dancer Tamara ‘Strawberry’ Greene, a lawyer said,” reports the Detroit News.

“Officer Alejandro Parra, who gave a sworn deposition in a lawsuit brought against the city by Greene’s family, ‘confirmed more of the same sort of obstructionist nonsense’ that others have testified to in the Greene case, said Norman Yatooma, a lawyer for Greene’s family.”