Text Messages Of City Officials Sought In Greene Lawsuit
DETROIT – The attorney for the son of an exotic dancer killed in a drive by shooting after she allegedly danced at a rumored Manoogian Mansion party hopes a ruling by a judge on Friday could help solve her killing. Tamara Greene’s son, Johnathan Bond, has filed a lawsuit alleging Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and members of the city’s police department tried to block the investigation into Greene’s death.
Earlier this month, Bond’s attorney, Norman Yatooma, asked the judge to preserve the text messages and e-mails of 34 city employees.
Friday’s ruling from federal Judge Gerald E. Rosen gave the city two weeks to show cause why the judge should not preserve those documents.