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1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT


FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA :
3 : Case Number
vs. : 1:05-CR-00443-3&9
4 : (Chief Judge Kane)
TERRANCE WILLIAMS AND ERIC :
5 HAYES, :
Defendants :
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7 TRANSCRIPT OF JURY TRIAL PROCEEDINGS

8 VOLUME 1
Pages 1 through 234, inclusive
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Before: HONORABLE YVETTE KANE, Chief Judge
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Date : October 2, 2007; 9:41 a.m.
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Place : Courtroom Number 1, 9th Floor
12 Federal Building
228 Walnut Street
13 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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COUNSEL PRESENT:
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UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
16 BY: GORDON ZUBROD, ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY
DARYL FORD BLOOM, ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY
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For - Government
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TURNER AND O'CONNELL
19 BY: TIMOTHY J. O'CONNELL, ESQ.

20 For - Defendant Terrance Williams

21 STEVE RICE, P.C.


BY: STEVE RICE, ESQ.
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For - Defendant Eric Hayes
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1 THE COURT: Good morning, jurors, Counsel. We begin

2 now with the presentation of the evidence in the case.

3 Mr. Zubrod.

4 MR. ZUBROD: Thank you, Your Honor. At this time the

5 United States calls Wayne Robert Banks.

6 WAYNE BANKS, called as a witness, having been duly sworn or

7 affirmed, testified as follows:

8 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Please be seated. State your name

9 and spell your last name for the record.

10 THE WITNESS: Wayne Robert Banks, Junior, W-a-y-n-e,

11 R-o-b-e-r-t, B-a-n-k-s, Jr.

12 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Thank you.

13 DIRECT EXAMINATION

14 BY MR. ZUBROD:

15 Q. Mr. Banks, where do you currently reside?

16 A. United States Penitentiary in Hazelton, West Virginia.

17 Q. And that's a federal prison?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. What were you convicted of?

20 A. Sex trafficking of a minor, transportation of a minor

21 across state lines, transportation of a female across state

22 lines for the purposes of prostitution, and tampering with a

23 witness.

24 Q. Now, did you receive a sentence?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. What was that sentence?

2 A. 40 years.

3 Q. And are you testifying here pursuant to a plea agreement?

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. And what does the plea agreement call for you to do?

6 A. The plea agreement calls for me to cooperate with federal

7 investigators.

8 Q. Now, were you a pimp?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. What is a pimp?

11 A. A pimp is a professional in managing prostitutes.

12 Q. And when you say "managing prostitutes," what does that

13 include?

14 A. It includes supervising a prostitute, recruiting

15 prostitutes, overseeing them, you know, controlling them,

16 leading them, organizing their daily activities, and living off

17 the earnings of a prostitute.

18 Q. How did you become a pimp?

19 A. I was born into it.

20 Q. What do you mean by that?

21 A. My father was a pimp, and my mother was a prostitute.

22 Q. And who trained you?

23 A. Essentially I just -- I picked up on it through observation

24 growing up, you know. And then I finally turned out through

25 traveling and through just meeting older pimps, I mean,


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1 seasoned pimps, picking up on the game from people from here

2 and there. Nobody in particular, but just everybody I came

3 across I tried to learn something from.

4 Q. Now, you did other things before you turned to pimping, did

5 you not?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. And you have prior convictions?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. What is your prior -- what were you convicted of?

10 A. For receiving stolen property and for tampering with VIN

11 numbers, vehicle VIN numbers on a vehicle.

12 Q. How old were you when that took place?

13 A. 19.

14 Q. How old are you now?

15 A. 29.

16 Q. Mr. Banks, in the process of learning to become a pimp, did

17 that include learning how to view and how to treat women?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. Can you tell us about that?

20 A. In general, just, you know, when you see a woman -- say,

21 you know, if you see a woman on TV or something, you know, the

22 difference between a pimp and the average person, like a

23 square, you know, somebody that would be a non-pimp --

24 Q. A square is a person who just is not involved in criminal

25 activity?
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1 A. No, a square is just anybody who isn't a pimp.

2 Q. Okay.

3 A. You know, a square may see a woman for, you know, a sexual

4 object or, you know, the desire of their heart or whatever, and

5 a pimp just sees a woman for what she can be for him, you know,

6 someone that can make -- how much money he can get, stuff like

7 that. So he basically sees her as an earning unit to an

8 extent.

9 Q. Now, you described to me, when we were talking about this

10 case, essentially the role that a pimp plays toward a woman

11 when he is recruiting her. Do you remember the phrase that you

12 used?

13 A. Yes. He's like a master of seduction. You know, he sells

14 the dream sometimes. You know, sometimes --

15 Q. What is the dream that he sells?

16 A. Selling the dream, the phrase, the concept of selling the

17 dream is just, you know, the promise of doing things, the

18 promise of fame, fortune, the promise of --

19 MR. RICE: Objection, 403, improper opinion. May we

20 approach?

21 THE COURT: Approach.

22 (The following discussion was held at sidebar:)

23 THE COURT: What is your objection?

24 MR. RICE: Your Honor, we have no problem with him

25 testifying to his personal observations. It appears as though


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1 what the Government is trying to do, however, is to profile a

2 pimp, not base this on the supposed pimps that are involved in

3 this case, but based on pimps in general.

4 I don't believe that a sufficient foundation has been

5 laid for that because the issue is what these people actually

6 did, what people as part of this prostitution ring did.

7 Basically he's going beyond the scope of that.

8 MR. ZUBROD: The question is, what do you mean when

9 you said that you sold them the dream, and he's telling them

10 how he sold them the dream.

11 MR. RICE: He was asking about pimps, pimps in

12 general. He did not particularize this to Mr. Banks. There's

13 been, I think, two or three questions in a row speaking about

14 pimps in general. Basically Attorney Zubrod is forming a

15 profile of a pimp and going to argue basically incriminating

16 inferences based on that profile. It's our submission that

17 that's improper.

18 MR. ZUBROD: Even if that were true, there's nothing

19 wrong with a person who is a career pimp describing what a pimp

20 does.

21 MR. RICE: There's nothing wrong with him testifying

22 about those pimps that he's been exposed to. I have no problem

23 if he's going to limit it to that. But to talk about pimps in

24 general and because I've already acknowledged that my client is

25 a pimp, to say that my client necessarily comes under that


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1 umbrella of the generalizations this man is making, again, we

2 submit that's improper.

3 MR. ZUBROD: That's a matter for cross-examination.

4 THE COURT: Under what rule is it improper?

5 MR. RICE: 403. And we also believe that it's an

6 improper opinion, that there has not been a foundation for him

7 to testify about pimps in general.

8 THE COURT: How is it improper under 403?

9 MR. RICE: Well, under unfair prejudice, to the extent

10 that it has any kind of probative value, it's our submission

11 that the danger of unfair prejudice is excessively high. And

12 as far as improper opinion, certainly if someone is going to be

13 testifying as an expert, they can testify assuming that a

14 proper foundation has been laid. The fact that he is a pimp

15 does not mean he is qualified to testify about all pimps, pimps

16 in general. And any expert's testimony can be constricted

17 based upon an appropriate foundation that's laid.

18 MR. ZUBROD: He's told that he was -- excuse me, Your

19 Honor.

20 MR. RICE: I think that Mr. O'Connell was maybe

21 wanting to chime something in. I'm not sure.

22 THE COURT: Are you joining in the objection?

23 MR. O'CONNELL: Yes, Your Honor. Simply put, I think

24 the proper question is what did Mr. Banks do, not what do pimps

25 in general do.
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1 THE COURT: Right. I understand the objection. First

2 of all, in his experience, you can ask him in his experience

3 how this grooming occurred and those kinds of things. I also

4 think that you may be laying the foundation for him to testify

5 as -- to give opinion as a lay witness in an area that he has

6 particular familiarity with, and you're entitled to do that if

7 you lay the right foundation.

8 MR. ZUBROD: Okay.

9 THE COURT: But for now I'll let you ask him about his

10 experience.

11 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Thank you.

12 (The discussion at sidebar was concluded.)

13 BY MR. ZUBROD:

14 Q. I believe, Mr. Banks, the question was, in your experience,

15 what does it mean for a pimp to sell the dream to a girl that

16 he is recruiting? And this is your experience.

17 MR. RICE: We renew the objection, Your Honor.

18 THE COURT: Overruled.

19 THE WITNESS: Essentially what it means is the

20 promise, the promise that things -- you know, the grass is

21 greener on your side of the world, as far as she can, you know,

22 receive houses, cars, money, clothes, you know, anything of

23 material value or any type of, you know, like, materialistic

24 things. You know what I mean?

25 She can just -- she can -- you know, she can gain --
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1 like I say, it's a promise of fame and fortune. It's a promise

2 of becoming, you know, a star in the underworld.

3 BY MR. ZUBROD:

4 Q. What if the girl has -- the girl that is being recruited

5 has children?

6 A. If she has children, there would be a promise that, you

7 know, those children would be tooken care of, that, you know,

8 if she has extended family members that may need some money,

9 there may be a need of any financial assistance, you know, that

10 would be tooken care of. This is what we do that for.

11 Q. Okay. Now, speaking, again, from your own experience, that

12 selling the dream, is the dream true?

13 A. Not all the time. Sometimes, you know, on rare occasions,

14 maybe one in a thousand, you know, might actually see the

15 promise of maybe a house at the end of the road, maybe a car at

16 the end of the road, maybe, you know, something that she can

17 stand on. But in general, in my experience, it hasn't been

18 true, no.

19 Q. Now, when you went looking for a girl to recruit, what type

20 of girl did you look for and what type of girl did you tend to

21 be successful in recruiting?

22 A. I'd just, you know, look for girls that didn't have too

23 much to do, girls that wasn't too independent, girls that, you

24 know, kind of are lost a little bit, you know, kind of didn't

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1 Q. Lost in what way?

2 A. Lost in the way to where they didn't maybe have any family,

3 might not have too many friends, or, you know, they might be

4 staying with somebody else in an uncomfortable environment,

5 they were unstable, some of them emotional -- yeah, emotionally

6 unstable, just girls that was kind of loose, you know what I

7 mean, just blowing with the wind.

8 Q. And what were the rules that a girl being prostituted, in

9 your experience, by a pimp had to follow?

10 A. Once she became a prostitute, she had to -- you know, each

11 and every pimp has his own set of rules. But once she became a

12 prostitute, the thing in general was, you know, to be in

13 pocket, you know, not to never look at another pimp, not to

14 never talk to another pimp, not to never talk to another pimp's

15 prostitutes unless she was trying to recruit one of those

16 pimp's prostitutes for you, you know, to get her money up front

17 at all times when she's doing dates, not to contact anybody

18 outside of, you know, your family, outside of her wife-in-laws

19 or outside of you and her.

20 Q. When you say the "wife-in-laws," what's a wife-in-law?

21 A. A wife-in-law is another member -- another prostitute. If

22 I have two and three prostitutes, they're considered

23 wife-in-laws to each other.

24 Q. So when you say that one of the rules that a girl had to

25 follow was that she was not supposed to contact people outside
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1 of her family, you're referring to the family of wife-in-laws

2 and the pimp?

3 A. Yeah, I'm referring to me and to other wife-in-laws inside

4 of the house.

5 Q. Now, what happened -- what was a girl supposed to do under

6 these rules with the money that she earned from prostitution?

7 A. She was supposed to give it all to her pimp.

8 Q. Was she allowed to hold any back?

9 A. No.

10 Q. And were the girls told or encouraged to refer to the pimps

11 by any names?

12 A. Sometimes, you know, they referred to them as Daddy or by

13 the nickname given to you as a pimp.

14 Q. What was your nickname?

15 A. My nickname was Berto and Day Money.

16 Q. What do you mean by "Day Money"? Why was your nickname Day

17 Money?

18 A. Day Money because I was always working in the daytime. You

19 know, it just had a nice ring to it. But, you know, mainly

20 because I always was trying to get some daytime work.

21 Q. For the girls?

22 A. Yeah.

23 Q. What would happen to a girl who did not follow these

24 instructions?

25 A. She would -- I mean, depending on the situation, depending


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1 on the pimp, depending on what instructions she didn't follow,

2 she could be out of pocket, and it could be minor where she

3 would be corrected verbally, where you would tell her don't do

4 that. She might not have knew ahead of time. If it was

5 something serious like being out of pocket with another pimp,

6 she would get beaten up. It was nonnegotiable.

7 Q. I want to go back for a moment to your recruiting, and

8 you've talked about your experience of what a pimp does. Let's

9 talk about your experience. How many pimps have you been in

10 contact with in the time that you've been a pimp? How long

11 have you been a pimp?

12 A. I came home from prison in 2001, and I've been doing

13 nothing but pimping since I came home. But I turned out as a

14 pimp when I was 16 years old. In my experience from a child

15 all the way until now, I've met, you know, hundreds of pimps.

16 Q. And have you talked with them about -- you said you learned

17 from other pimps. Have you talked with them about how they go

18 about recruiting and training and disciplining their girls?

19 A. Yes, of course. In general, we would talk about that all

20 the time. I mean, all we do -- pimps, you know, talk to pimps

21 because don't nobody else understand pimping but another pimp.

22 So, you know, we always talk about those things.

23 Q. And have you trained other pimps?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. And did you give them that sort of advice?


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1 A. Yes. I just gave them, you know, advice on, you know, to

2 develop, like, what I would call, like, a pimp conscience. And

3 basically what a pimp conscience is, I know when I'm doing

4 something that's not pimpish. I know if I'm doing something,

5 you know, that other pimps would regard as, you know, something

6 that you shouldn't do, and I know when I'm doing something that

7 would be regarded as a swell thing to do.

8 So, you know, we talk about that. You know, we talk

9 about what's pimpish to do and things you shouldn't do as a

10 pimp, you know, like take another guy's girl without money.

11 You know, you shouldn't allow another prostitute to get with

12 you from another pimp, to get with you broke. You know, that's

13 considered unpimpish.

14 Q. Let's go back for a moment to this recruiting. You said

15 you sold the dream in terms of promising certain things,

16 material things that this girl that you're recruiting would

17 receive. Was there an emotional connection, also? Can you

18 describe that if there was one?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. Do you understand my question?

21 A. Could you repeat it for me?

22 Q. Yes. Was there -- in the process of recruiting a girl, did

23 you try to establish an emotional connection, and, if so, what

24 was the emotional connection?

25 A. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, sometimes if you ain't got no


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1 girl, especially if you working on the first girl, if you

2 ho-less for whatever reason, meaning you don't have no

3 prostitute at the time, you try to get, like, a

4 boyfriend/girlfriend vibe with the girl, you know what I mean,

5 so it don't really seem as strenuous as it would be if you had

6 two or three girls.

7 But you try to have the basic relations of a boyfriend

8 and girlfriend, you know, just with the exception that as a

9 professional, you're a pimp, and as a professional, she's a ho.

10 So she has to regard you as a pimp, and you regard her as a ho.

11 But other than that, it's a boyfriend and girlfriend kind of

12 situation.

13 Q. Now, when you say "boyfriend/girlfriend," from your

14 perspective or from hers?

15 A. From her perspective more so, because I already know that,

16 you know, to me, you know, she's just a ho, I could never be

17 her boyfriend. But she may, you know, look at me as a

18 boyfriend type.

19 Q. So she would look to you as that?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. You would let her believe that?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. Now, what is the advantage to having that emotional

24 connection with a girl once she begins to prostitute for you?

25 What freedom does that give you?


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1 A. Once she becomes my prostitute, it allows me to do anything

2 that I basically want to do with her, once she agrees to be my

3 prostitute. Because in agreeing to be my prostitute, I'm going

4 to explain to her in the beginning, you know, all the things

5 that she will be allowed to do and all the things that she

6 won't be allowed to do.

7 Just, for instance, you know, she can't do anything on

8 her own. She can't make any decisions on her own. I don't

9 want her to just up, you know, and go somewhere without me

10 knowing. I don't want her to just call somebody without me

11 kind of knowing what's going on. I want to be able to account

12 for all her actions. I want to be able to account for

13 everything that she does, and I want it to all come through me.

14 Q. And does that emotional relationship carry over into things

15 like physically disciplining the girl, beating her?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. Explain that.

18 A. You know, say I got a girl, I got one prostitute already,

19 and I get another prostitute, and me and the first prostitute,

20 we kind of been together for maybe six months to a year and she

21 likes me a lot. You know, I may like her a lot, too, but at

22 the same time, I'm pimping, so, you know, she can't -- she

23 doesn't call any shots on what I do as a pimp.

24 She can't dictate to me, well, I want to be the only

25 girl, and I bring another girl home which she may not like and
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1 she may give me some slack about it. Just to enforce the rules

2 of my house and just to set an example for the new girl that

3 these type of things are not allowed and to set an example for

4 the girl that was already with me, you know, I may have -- I

5 may have to physically, you know, put my hands on her.

6 Sometimes you can get away with just, you know, a good

7 talk, but a lot of times, you know, to get your point across,

8 you have to beat them up.

9 Q. And how does the emotional connection make that possible?

10 A. The emotional connection makes it possible because she's

11 already become dependent on me. She's become -- I've kind of

12 won her heart already. So once I've won her heart, you know,

13 like, her mind will come with me winning her heart. So, you

14 know, if she likes me enough -- she may love me, and if she

15 likes me enough and loves me enough, she likes the bad things

16 about me as well as the good things.

17 But, you know, in the beginning, I'm already

18 explaining to her that, you know, I'm going to do everything in

19 my power to make sure that we have as smooth a process as

20 possible, but in the event that, you know, you put any bumps in

21 the road or anything like that, you know, I will take it to a

22 physical level if I have to. That's the consequence of you not

23 doing things the way I want them done.

24 Q. Now, you had talked about how things change when a new

25 girl, you bring a new girl into that relationship. The first
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1 girl, boyfriend/girlfriend, at least in her mind, then you

2 bring a new girl into the relationship, and that changes.

3 What's the benefit of bringing in a new girl besides from the

4 financial?

5 A. You can see where her loyalty is, and it creates like a

6 competitive environment. It creates competition amongst the

7 girls. So now as opposed to checking one trap, which would be

8 just one girl's night -- or one girl's money for the night,

9 you're checking two girls' money for the night.

10 So when you have two girls competing against each

11 other for your time and for your attention, you know, it's an

12 advantage for you, because now with the first girl that you

13 had, she may have been doing a lot of things that you didn't

14 really want her to be doing or trying to have more of a

15 boyfriend/girlfriend relationship than you're comfortable with

16 having. So when you get that other girl, you know, you're

17 allowed to kind of enforce your rules a little bit more, kind

18 of up the stakes a little bit.

19 Q. And I assume that that would continue when you got a third

20 girl and a fourth girl and a fifth girl?

21 A. Yeah, you know, four girls, five girls, that's five girls

22 you got competing for your time. You got five girls wanting to

23 be the main girl, wanting to be the star in your eyes, you

24 know.

25 Q. Now, you briefly touched on this, but I want to follow


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1 through on it. You said that there's the recruitment, a

2 grooming stage to get a girl to work for you as a prostitute.

3 And then once that -- she is now your girl and you're

4 prostituting her, does the nature of the relationship change,

5 and, if so, how does it change?

6 A. The nature of the relationship changes in the fact now that

7 I have two or three girls or now that she has decided to become

8 my prostitute, she no longer has that flexibility to, you know,

9 do the things that she wants to do. Now it's more seriously

10 about what I want done. It's more seriously about the money,

11 it's more seriously about my instructions.

12 So everything, you know, that I want done, now I can

13 get it done with two or three, because the first girl knows, to

14 an extent, now I have somebody that will replace her, now I

15 have another girl there that would, you know, pay me just as

16 much as she wanted to pay me, or I have another girl there that

17 wants to be with me as much as she wanted to be with me, so it

18 gives me more of an advantage on the first girl because you're

19 not the only one that wants to be with me, there's other girls

20 out here that want to be with me, too. So if you don't act

21 right, then, you know, you may find your position gone, you may

22 find your position in my life gone. And by this time she has

23 become dependent on me. She doesn't want to lose that

24 position.

25 Q. Now, you mentioned before that disciplining a girl involved


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1 beatings. Am I right?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. Okay. And we'll get into that. But is all of the

4 discipline physical?

5 A. No, it's not just physical. It's verbal, it's -- you know,

6 it's mental. You don't have to necessarily put your hands on

7 the girl to be -- you know, to be correcting her. We got what

8 we call, like, roasting. If you roast a girl, you just

9 basically -- you know, a barrage of cuss words, insults,

10 criticism, just letting her know that, you know, you're kind of

11 loose right now, you're not doing the things that you need to

12 be doing, you're not acting according to my will, you need to

13 tighten up and get in line with what I'm telling you. And, you

14 know, when you do that enough and if you do it harsh enough, it

15 could be as effective as putting your hands on somebody.

16 Q. So when you roast a girl, when you tear her down, sort of

17 mentally and emotionally, what's the goal?

18 A. The goal is to get her in compliance to what I want done,

19 you know, to reach my -- to meet my standards, to meet my

20 expectations, you know, to never be out of line.

21 Q. And in terms of her having opinions and making decisions,

22 where are you trying to get that girl as a pimp?

23 A. I'm trying to get her totally reliant on me, you know,

24 100 percent reliant on me. I mean, she has to be witty to an

25 extent where when she's out, you know, out in traffic, when
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1 she's out trying to catch dates, whether it be a truck stop or

2 a track or, you know, a motel, casino, she has to be witty to

3 that extent to where if she's not around me, she has to put her

4 own creativity down to get some money.

5 But as far as the things that she do, if she

6 encounters a situation, I would want her to think, like, okay,

7 what would Day Money want me to do, not what she would do. You

8 know, if it's a situation that's a tight spot and she can't

9 call me right at that particular time and let me know what the

10 problem is, I want her to always see it, like, through my eyes.

11 So the thing is to try to get her in my likeness, to try to get

12 her with the same mind state that I have.

13 Q. Okay. Now, in the process of getting a girl's will really

14 to become your will or your will to become her will and

15 breaking her down, how does pregnancy play into that?

16 A. It has a few different variables. You know, some pimps

17 regard -- some pimps regard a girl getting pregnant as

18 something that, you know, like, oh, if she gets pregnant, you

19 know, then she doesn't have the same body, you know, she used

20 to have. She may not be as -- worth as much. You know, she

21 might not be worth as much money as she used to be because she

22 can't wear the type of things, her body may come out of shape.

23 But, you know, more insecure pimps, you know,

24 intentionally get a girl pregnant because they feel like that

25 emotional bond -- that child may bring a stronger bond between


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1 him and that female and, you know, now he has the baby that he

2 can campaign behind. He can say, well, you know, now we have

3 to get this money, we have to have all our things together, you

4 know, for the child. So the child can play as kind of like

5 a -- you know, you hold it in front of the girl, something to

6 reach for.

7 Q. So do I hear you saying that it creates an additional

8 dependency of the girl upon that particular pimp?

9 A. Yeah, it could be that. It creates a dependency upon that

10 pimp, but it also -- it's more of a motivational tool, too.

11 It's more of a motivational thing. It's more -- you know, you

12 should be more inspired now to want to live good, to want to --

13 you know what I mean, for us to have everything we need,

14 because not only do we have to clothe and feed ourselves, we've

15 got to clothe and feed this baby and we've got to secure this

16 baby's future and this is what we do for a living, so if we

17 don't get it done through the proceeds of prostitution, it's

18 not going to get done.

19 Q. Where did you work girls?

20 A. You know, several places across the country.

21 Q. What types of places?

22 A. Truck stops.

23 Q. What did you call the truck stops?

24 A. Most of the time you'd just refer to it as the lot.

25 Q. The lot. So when you hear -- if we hear on a wiretap,


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1 we're on the lot, that's a reference to a truck stop. Am I

2 right?

3 A. Yeah, we're on the lot.

4 Q. Where else did you work girls?

5 A. Tracks.

6 Q. And what is a track?

7 A. A track is the streets. The track can be just any -- it

8 could be any street corner in any given city, you know, just

9 anywhere in public. You know, you can create your own track,

10 if you want to, or you can go to a known track that's known to

11 a lot of pimps cross-country. It's just anywhere out on the

12 streets, anywhere in public.

13 Q. Okay. So we have the lots, the truck stops, the track, a

14 street in a city where prostitution is practiced. Where else

15 would you take girls?

16 A. Sometimes work them at escort services. Sometimes we put

17 them in newspapers. Sometimes we put them on the Internet,

18 like under escort services on the Internet. Sometimes go to

19 casinos, you know, sometimes we go to Army bases, different

20 places, anywhere and everywhere, really.

21 Q. How did the girls know what they were to charge for a

22 particular sexual service?

23 A. It depended on the area, you know, being that -- you know,

24 like, I'm -- I would be considered, like, a young pimp, so most

25 of the places I've been, the prices are already established.


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1 So say, for instance, you know, over here in Harrisburg, you

2 know, the price, I might get in town and if I know a pimp

3 that's already in town, I would call the pimp, man, you know,

4 what's up with this lot, you know, what they be charging out

5 here, this and that, just so that my girls won't be out there

6 charging lower prices than the other girls, you know, and I

7 would be maybe accused of, oh, I got my girls undercutting like

8 that.

9 So the prices vary from place to place, but I would

10 tell them the prices for the place that we were at. Like, if

11 she was going -- putting an ad in the newspaper or putting an

12 ad on the Internet, you know, I might charge a little bit more

13 because that's a little bit more exclusive outlet. So, you

14 know, the price might start high there, but it might start low

15 on the track.

16 Q. Did you prostitute girls in Harrisburg?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. Where are you from?

19 A. I'm from Toledo, Ohio.

20 Q. Now, what were the prices in Harrisburg?

21 A. To the best of my recollection, it was, like, starting off

22 at probably $60. Some might go for, like, oral sex for $40,

23 but 40, 60, and 80, sometimes 80.

24 Q. So 40 would be for oral sex?

25 A. Yeah, 40 would be for oral sex, 60 would be for


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1 intercourse, and 80 would be for both, half and half.

2 Q. And were there other prices that would go up above that?

3 A. Yeah. Sometimes it might start at the same -- in the same

4 order. Some might start at 60, middle price would be 80, the

5 high end a hundred.

6 Q. Now, you've mentioned that girls are beaten. If girls are

7 beaten, why don't they just leave?

8 A. Well --

9 MR. RICE: Objection. Calls for speculation.

10 THE COURT: Sustained.

11 BY MR. ZUBROD:

12 Q. What is the purpose of training in terms of keeping a girl

13 from leaving?

14 A. Well, in the beginning, you know, like -- this is on the

15 average, just to take you on an average day I might have as far

16 as when I'm recruiting a girl. A lot of girls have a lot of

17 misconceptions about -- they may have heard a lot of things

18 about what pimps do in general, you know, that they just

19 brutally beat their girls all day every day. So I'm always

20 asked the question of whether I hit my girls.

21 You know, if I got a girl that's, you know, square,

22 that had never met a pimp, she's going to ask me, do you hit

23 your girls, and I'm going to reply to her, yes, I do. And I

24 want to tell her, though, I don't just, you know, hit my girl.

25 I'm not just a woman abuser. I don't hit them for any
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1 particular reason.

2 But I will ask you, can you follow instructions, and

3 if you can follow instructions, then when I give you a set of

4 instructions, you should follow them to the T. If you don't

5 follow these instructions and it's something that's very

6 important, like being in pocket and not talking to no pimps

7 when I put you out on the track or when I put you on the truck

8 stop, if you don't follow the instructions according to how I

9 tell you to follow the instructions after I ask you can you

10 follow instructions and you gave me the answer yes, the

11 consequence may be me putting my hands on you.

12 Now, me putting my hands on you is the end result to

13 you going deliberately against something that I told you that I

14 needed you to follow. So force is applied in a situation

15 where, you know, I'm trying to get her to comply. I may feel

16 like she's either challenging me or she's just not paying

17 attention, and I may feel like all she understands is violence.

18 So, you know, in the end result, that may be my last

19 result, to put my hands on her. And that's why it's used.

20 That's why girls get beat up. And they don't leave because

21 it's explained to them in the beginning. It's explained to

22 them ahead of time. It's not something that I'm trying to hide

23 from her and just surprise her with beating her up one day.

24 She's going to know that she can get beat up if she violates

25 any of my rules. And when she violates my rules, she's going


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1 to get beat up.

2 And she may not leave because she already seen it

3 coming. Maybe she thought that I was playing or maybe she

4 likes that type of stuff or maybe she's just so dependent on me

5 that she's good for the good and the bad, she's there for the

6 good and the bad.

7 Q. Now, in your experience as a pimp, in your experience of

8 having dealt with hundreds of pimps over the years since you

9 were 16 years old, in your experience of having been trained by

10 pimps and having trained other pimps, could a girl refuse to go

11 to work on a particular night saying, I'm too tired?

12 A. No.

13 Q. Could a girl decide that she wanted to come in off the lot

14 even though she had not made her quota without consulting you?

15 A. No.

16 Q. What is a quota?

17 A. A quota is a daily amount that you impose on the girl. She

18 cannot come in without that amount. Some pimps use quotas,

19 some don't. It's not a -- you know, it's not a -- it's a

20 common thing, but it's not no mandatory thing. But that's what

21 a quota is, something that she has to reach every day. It's a

22 goal she has to reach every day.

23 Q. What were the kind of quotas that you would place upon your

24 girls?

25 A. $500 for a black girl, maybe a thousand dollars for a white


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1 girl, depending on the girl, depending on her capabilities.

2 Sometimes, you know, you get a girl that is not real bright,

3 not the cutest thing, you know, around, so depending on her

4 capabilities, what I feel like she may be able to get out there

5 on a daily basis.

6 Q. Could a girl go and talk to other pimps?

7 A. No.

8 Q. Could a girl keep back some of the money that she had

9 earned from prostitution and not give it to you?

10 A. No.

11 Q. And if a girl did any of those things, what would happen to

12 her?

13 A. Those things are considered serious violations. She would

14 get beat up.

15 Q. And are these, based upon your experience, basic pimp

16 rules?

17 A. Yes. These are things that I would do myself as a pimp and

18 things that, you know, other pimps that I affiliated myself

19 with, that I regarded as pimps, that regard themselves as

20 pimps, these are general things we would do.

21 Q. Now, you talked about the family, the wife-in-laws, the

22 wife-in-laws all under the pimp, and that's the family that the

23 girl has to get to know. I want you to take a look at

24 Government Exhibit 70.1. What is that photograph?

25 A. That's a photograph of me and six of my girls down in


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1 Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

2 Q. And can you tell us, what were you doing in Orlando,

3 Florida?

4 A. Yes. We were down there to work the track in Orlando,

5 Florida, but we were at Disney World this particular day

6 because it was one of the girls' birthdays.

7 Q. And that's one of the ways in which you reward the girls,

8 by --

9 A. Yes. That day I -- when we woke up, I had asked the

10 girl -- her name was Alexis. I asked her what did she want to

11 do, did she want to go out with me alone or did she want to go

12 out with everybody, did she want to kick it with everybody.

13 And I told her, you know, what the options was, we could either

14 go kick it me and you or we could go to Disney World --

15 Q. When you say "kick it," that means just hang out together?

16 A. Yeah, go to a bar, whatever she want to do, hang out at the

17 mall, whatever she want to do, or we can -- you know, we can go

18 out as a group. So she opted to go out as a group. We ended

19 up at Disney World.

20 Q. And the girl who is to your immediate left with the red

21 hair, who is that?

22 A. That's Jessica Klempner, but we called her Snow.

23 Q. Her street name was Snow?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. Each of the girls had a street name?


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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. And how old was Jessica when you got her?

3 A. She was 17.

4 Q. Are there any other juveniles in that photograph?

5 A. Yes, the girl standing to my right in back of me. Her name

6 was Caramel.

7 Q. And how old was she?

8 A. She was 17.

9 Q. Now, there's another term that has been thrown around here,

10 the term "bottom bitch." What is a bottom bitch?

11 A. Essentially a bottom bitch is the girl that -- she's your

12 most trusted prostitute. She's like, you know, maybe the girl

13 that's been with you the longest or the girl that's been with

14 you the strongest, meaning, like, she's been, you know, the one

15 that's really about your money, the one that's really about you

16 having as many hos as you can have, the one that's about your

17 progress, period, the most dedicated, the most loyal, and, like

18 I said, mainly the most trusted prostitute in the stable.

19 Q. And as the most trusted girl in the stable, as the bottom

20 bitch, what are her responsibilities? Do you assign her

21 additional responsibilities that normally the other girls would

22 not have?

23 A. Yeah. She's like -- she's my eyes and ears, so she do all

24 the things that I can't do myself. She's there with the girls.

25 Like, one of her responsibilities would be, say if I had a girl


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1 that I had just recruited and she was out on the lot or she was

2 out on the track and she was kind of being loose, loose to the

3 extent where she might be doing just things that she don't have

4 any business doing, like being out of pocket, she would tighten

5 that girl up.

6 She would call me and report that incident to me or

7 report whatever the girl was doing, and she would tell the

8 girl, you know, hey, listen, this ain't how he like his

9 business handled -- excuse me, this ain't how he like his

10 business handled, and if you continue to do that, you know, I'm

11 going to tell him and he may do this and that. She basically

12 kept my house in line when I wasn't there. She do everything

13 on the female level, that I can't do myself as a female.

14 Q. And did she maintain contact with you?

15 A. Constant contact, yes.

16 Q. Did she play any role in the area of recruitment?

17 A. Yeah. She -- they recruit -- the bottom girl -- well, each

18 girl is told to try to recruit girls, but the bottom bitch is

19 the one that's going to try to recruit girls more than any of

20 the other girls, because, like I said, she's the most dedicated

21 to your pimping, she's the most loyal girl, she's the one that

22 really wants to see you, you know, excel, to see you get ahead.

23 So that would be one of her duties, would be to recruit.

24 Q. Now, Mr. Banks, I want you to take a look at Government

25 Exhibit 81.1. How does the -- as a pimp, how does a pimp get
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1 his money from the girls?

2 A. You get your money from -- you know, the girls could either

3 give it to you directly themselves or sometimes you may have --

4 like, if I have a new girl and I don't really trust her or know

5 her that good, every time she gets money, I would have her give

6 that money to the bottom girl, or I would get my money Western

7 Union, if they were on automatic.

8 Q. Let's stop there. What does it mean to be on automatic?

9 A. Automatic is when they're working and I'm not present.

10 Automatic is when I'm in one town and they're in another, or

11 I'm across town, just not there present, I'm not in their

12 presence, I'm not nowhere around when they're working.

13 They would -- when they're automatic, they would give

14 all the money to the bottom bitch, because if I have a lot of

15 girls, which, generally, I usually did have a lot of girls, so

16 if I have a lot of girls, I don't want four or five girls

17 sitting around holding on to the money that they made, I want

18 all the money to go into one pot so I can account for every

19 dollar, so I would have the bottom bitch collect all the money

20 from the girls. And sometimes they would send it to me either

21 Western Union or they would stack it up until I get back.

22 Q. When you say "stack it up," what does that mean?

23 A. Stack it up just means just, you know, hold the money,

24 because if they're on automatic for a week, say, you know, you

25 got to stack it up, she got to make the money today, she got to
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1 make the money for the seven days that I'm gone. And they're

2 not allowed to spend none of the money but for expenses or what

3 I approve of them spending it on, so they're going to stack the

4 rest up until I get there.

5 Q. What is a -- I also heard the term "a stack." What does it

6 mean to have a stack?

7 A. To have a stack, that's a thousand dollars. So if I tell

8 another pimp, all I got is a stack, I would be referring to all

9 I have is a thousand dollars.

10 Q. And how much of the money was the girl allowed to keep?

11 A. None.

12 Q. About how many women did you prostitute?

13 A. Maybe 50.

14 Q. And of those 50, how many of them were juveniles?

15 A. Maybe 20.

16 Q. You mentioned Jessica Klempner.

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. Snow. You mentioned the other girl who was 17. Was that

19 Caramel?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. Okay. I want to ask you, take a look at Government Exhibit

22 76.35. Who is that?

23 A. That's Jessica Klempner, Snow.

24 Q. Now, tell us about Jessica Klempner. What kind of girl was

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1 A. She wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer. She wasn't

2 the most pretty girl I had, neither, so she was kind of like

3 the average -- average teenage type girl. She really didn't

4 have a lot of self-esteem, a lot of confidence, and she didn't

5 really seem -- she didn't really seem like -- you know, like

6 she had a whole lot going on upstairs. She wasn't too bright.

7 Q. Take a look at Government Exhibit 76.47.

8 A. That's Tyciala Kinney, known as Cookie. We called her

9 Cookie.

10 Q. How old was Tyciala when you prostituted her?

11 A. She was 13 when I met her.

12 Q. Government Exhibit 76.46?

13 A. That's Jennifer, known as Vanilla.

14 Q. Vanilla?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. And how old was Jennifer when you prostituted her?

17 A. She was 12 when I met her.

18 Q. Government Exhibit 76.7, who is that?

19 A. That's Geneva, known as Cinnamon.

20 Q. And how old was Geneva when you prostituted her?

21 A. She was 15 when I met her.

22 Q. Did you take any of these girls in interstate commerce,

23 across state lines for the purposes of prostitution?

24 A. Yes.

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1 A. Yes, all of them.

2 Q. Now, we'll get back to some of these girls in a moment. As

3 a pimp, did you work alone or did you have other pimps to help

4 you out when necessary?

5 A. I had pimp partners, you know.

6 Q. What's a pimp partner?

7 A. A pimp partner is just, you know, somebody that you

8 associate yourself with, somebody that, you know, you have

9 their number, they have your number, you may talk to on a

10 regular basis, you know, somebody you can call in times of

11 trouble, in times of being down on your luck, you know,

12 somebody that you share information with, somebody that you

13 talk about spots, you know, talk about, like, where you can

14 work, you know, what's happening in the country, what spot is

15 cool, what spot is hot, somebody you might talk about females

16 with, you know, somebody you might talk about, like, who's

17 loose, you know, what girls is doing what, you know, what girl

18 is with who.

19 Q. And did you ever help each other out financially?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. Can you tell me how?

22 A. You know, like, we have something, like, what we call a

23 pimp jug where you give a --

24 Q. Jug, j-u-g?

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1 Q. And what's a jug?

2 A. A jug is when you give another pimp, like, some money

3 because he's down on his luck. He may be going through a

4 financial rut. You give him a hundred dollars, $200, $500, you

5 know, whatever the situation is.

6 He may be broke, he may be just kind of not -- his

7 girl may be hot in the area and he needs some money to get out

8 of town. He may be in jail and need a pimp jug. He may -- you

9 know, he may need money to bond his girl out, a pimp jug.

10 Whatever financial situation he's in, you know, you would help

11 him. That's what a jug is. And it's something you don't

12 expect back. If I give a pimp a jug, I'm not asking for it

13 back, I just hope that if I gave him a jug, if I needed one, he

14 would do the same for me later on.

15 Q. And would you do that for any pimp?

16 A. No, not in general, not in general, no.

17 Q. Whom would you do it for?

18 A. My pimp partners.

19 Q. Now, you mentioned protection. What sort of protection

20 would you need from a pimp partner? Why do you need a pimp

21 partner for protection?

22 A. It's more on the level, like, if I'm traveling, if I'm in a

23 strange city and, you know, there are some guys around there,

24 maybe what we would say, like, local jocal guys, guys that

25 haven't traveled to other cities, so they have particular rules


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1 and regulations for that particular city, things that don't

2 apply across the board, and I'm in town and I run into some

3 trouble, like, you know, guys sweating my girl

4 unprofessionally, like touching on her, doing things that pimps

5 in general shouldn't do --

6 Q. And when you say "sweating" a girl, what do you mean by

7 "sweating"?

8 A. Sweating is just when they're trying to recruit her, when

9 they're trying to, you know, shake her up, get her out of

10 pocket, something like that. But, you know, the protection

11 thing is just like if I know some pimps that's already there,

12 that's already on the set and I'm a reputable pimp, then a

13 guy -- you know, they would have more respect for what I'm

14 doing, more respect for my girls, more respect for me.

15 So, you know, if I have a pimp partner in the area and

16 there's a bunch of other guys from another area that I may not

17 get along with or that don't like me for whatever reasons, then

18 I got a pimp partner there to assist me. You know, he can act

19 in a way that his reputation or his -- the respect they have

20 for him may keep them up off of me or keep them at least

21 respecting my pimping. Or it may get into a situation where it

22 could get violent, it could get dangerous, and a pimp partner

23 would be there to assist me. So whatever the problem is, you

24 know, I have a pimp partner in the area that can help me out.

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1 information that you need to know before you send a girl to

2 prostitute herself in that lot before you send her? And does

3 the pimp partner help you get that information?

4 A. Yeah. It's not definite, certain information that I need,

5 but it's information that I would want.

6 Q. Like what?

7 A. I would want to know, you know, what kind of money is being

8 made on the lot, what the police are like, do they take them to

9 jail or do they just give them a ticket. If they do take them

10 to jail when they catch them, what's the bond, you know, who be

11 up and around there, who be working around there, you know, if

12 there's a lot of pimps around there, where they from, you know,

13 just things in general, you know, just information that I can

14 kind of -- you know, so I know what type of situation that I'm

15 dealing with.

16 Q. And would it be common for pimp partners to share that

17 information so that you're not going into a particular

18 situation blind?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. Now, what's a renegade?

21 A. A renegade is somebody that doesn't have a pimp and that's

22 probably out prostituting on their own, so she doesn't have any

23 representation. She could just be -- she may be prostituting

24 for the reasons of getting high or she may just be prostituting

25 on her own for whatever reason, but she doesn't have any
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1 representation, she doesn't have a pimp to talk for her or to

2 represent her.

3 Q. How do you deal with renegades?

4 A. A lot of times, you know, depending on where we at, you

5 know, you try to tell your girl to work around a renegade, but

6 the problem with having renegades in the same vicinity where

7 you're working your girls at is a lot of times they doing dates

8 for cheap, cheap prices, you know, $10, $15, $20.

9 So that becomes a problem because then you can't get

10 no money because she's doing all the dates for all these low

11 prices and she's undercutting a lot. So, you know, we try to

12 run them out of the area, you know, tell them they can't work

13 around there or sweat them and try to knock them for ourselves

14 and get them to get with a pimp.

15 Q. And how do you sweat them? How do you come up against

16 these renegades and drive them off the lot? Does the pimp do

17 it?

18 A. It depends on -- okay, if we on the lot, then a pimp is not

19 really going to go down on the truck stop lot. So you have the

20 girls constantly nagging her about trying to choose you. If

21 she doesn't choose you, then you may have the girls threaten

22 her that she can't work out there, she can't -- you know, no

23 renegades allowed to be out there.

24 Q. Now, let's go back to pimp partners. How did you choose

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1 A. I mean, you really don't -- I guess, you know, when you

2 choose a pimp partner, like, when you meet a guy, if you-all

3 had a -- you know, if you-all like one another's flavor, like

4 one another's style or just, you know, that person as an

5 individual, as a character, then you may become cool for just

6 having, you know, a meeting of the minds, just for thinking

7 alike.

8 Or, you know, pimp partners can be, like, guys from

9 the same town. You know, a lot of times it would be generally

10 that. It's a lot of pimps from all over the country, so if we

11 somewhere general, just where a lot of people be, like Las

12 Vegas, then, you know, my pimp partner, nine out of ten, would

13 be -- if there's somebody in the area from my town, that's who

14 I would be messing with. So that would be my partner out

15 there.

16 Q. And where were your partners from basically?

17 A. Toledo, Ohio, most of my partners from Toledo.

18 Q. And when you said that you would band together, that you

19 would work with each other, you mentioned about difficult

20 situations on the lot, did you ever travel together, some of

21 you travel together or meet together?

22 A. Yeah, sometimes we traveled together. Sometimes we'd just

23 meet in the same spot, you know. It's kind of more like a

24 seasonal thing, where, you know, try to be somewhere where it's

25 warm. When it's cold in Toledo, I want to be in the south or


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1 out west. And, you know, if it's cold in Toledo and there

2 ain't no work to be had in Toledo, meaning there ain't nowhere

3 I can really get no money out of my girls in Toledo, I might

4 head for Florida. So I might call a pimp partner, hey, man,

5 where you gonna be when it get cold, where you planning on

6 going, and we might not travel down together, but we might meet

7 up at the same spot.

8 Q. Now, you had used the word "out of pocket" before. What

9 did you mean by the term "out of pocket"?

10 A. Out of pocket is -- out of pocket is when a girl is doing

11 something against my rules and regulations. Like, each and

12 every pimp has his own specific rules that he gives a girl.

13 The only things that would be general across the board if

14 you're pimping would be not to look at another pimp, not to

15 talk to another pimp, and from there on out, the things you let

16 your girls do on a daily basis are -- you know, vary from pimp

17 to pimp.

18 But when they're out of pocket, that means they're

19 doing something that's against your rules and regulations,

20 against the things that you set forth, the standards that you

21 set for her to live by.

22 Q. Now, how or do your pimp partners assist you in any way in

23 maintaining rules for your girls to keep them from being out of

24 pocket?

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1 out in regards to a girl being out of pocket is, say if a guy

2 is my partner and we have an understanding with one another not

3 to get at each other's girls, so, you know, he see one of my

4 girls out on the track and she's loose, meaning she's -- you

5 know, she's paying attention to pimps, she's looking at pimps'

6 cars, she know these are pimps, she's, you know, reckless

7 eyeballing pimps, he may call me and tell me, hey, man, your

8 girl is kind of out of pocket out here, she loose. That's

9 about the only way that they really can help you with being out

10 of pocket.

11 Q. So they would notify you if they found out from their girls

12 that one of your girls was out of pocket?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. What does it mean to break a girl?

15 A. When you break on a girl, it means that she's been out of

16 pocket either with -- you know, intentionally or she's been out

17 of pocket just incidentally, green and not knowing exactly what

18 to do, scared, you know, whatever reason, but she's out of

19 pocket. And when you break on her, it's meaning you take the

20 money from her that she earned for that night or you take

21 anything of value that she has. If she's broke, if a girl is

22 out of pocket and you go to break on her and she ain't got no

23 money at all, you can take anything of value. But if she only

24 have --

25 Q. Like what?
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1 A. Like, say if she got some jewelry on her, you know, a nice

2 purse, anything, really, just to show her that for being out of

3 pocket, you know what I mean, I'm going to strip you of

4 something. And if she don't really have nothing -- I mean, it

5 depends on the type of guy you are whether you would actually

6 take a purse or take her jewelry. You know, if she's out of

7 pocket and she ain't got no money, me personally, I would just

8 call her pimp, and me calling her pimp is probably going to,

9 nine out of ten, get her beat up.

10 So in the process of me calling her pimp, I would tell

11 her, well, you know, before I call, you know, it ain't too late

12 for you to get with me and save yourself the headache of

13 getting beat up. But if I call him and he comes to the scene,

14 nine out of ten, me personally, if a guy called me and tell me

15 that my girl has been out of pocket with him, when I get there,

16 I'm going to do something to her in front of him.

17 Q. Now, do you know the defendants in this case?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. Can you point them out?

20 A. Eric Hayes and Terrance Williams.

21 Q. Which is which?

22 A. Terrance Williams is on the right-hand side in the blue

23 shirt, and Eric Hayes is on the left-hand side in the brown

24 shirt.

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1 A. Through pimping.

2 Q. Are they just acquaintances, or are they pimp partners?

3 A. We was all partners to an extent.

4 Q. And where are they from?

5 A. From Toledo, Ohio, from the same place I'm from.

6 Q. Now, the things that you just described that people

7 normally do with pimp partners, did you do it with Mr. Williams

8 and with Mr. Hayes?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. Now, I want to go first to Mr. Hayes. When did you first

11 meet Mr. Hayes?

12 A. I think I been knowing him, to my recollection, since about

13 2002. But I didn't meet him personally, like face-to-face,

14 until 2003. We talked on the phone a couple times, and I met

15 him in '03.

16 Q. And tell us about the relationship, where it went once you

17 met him in '03. You mentioned that you did the normal pimp

18 partner things with him, but be specific.

19 A. I called him and I was mainly working a lot of the truck

20 stops at the time. I had worked a few tracks out in Texas and

21 the midwest. But I called him and I told him I was -- you

22 know, wherever he was at, I was trying to get over there where

23 he was at. And he was in D.C. at the time, and I drove out to

24 D.C.

25 And when I got to D.C., you know, we hooked up, and he


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1 showed me the track, and we rode around for a little bit, you

2 know, smoked a little weed and, you know, just talked about the

3 things that go on in D.C., about how a person has to carry

4 themselves in D.C. because it's more of a -- it's one of the

5 more strenuous places to pimp at. It's one of the more tougher

6 tracks in the country.

7 And we just, you know, basically, in general, just

8 talked about pimp things, you know, about how the girls got to

9 be in pocket, how, you know, you have to be really pimping

10 around there or, you know, things could go wrong for you.

11 Q. Did he make any introductions for you?

12 A. Yeah, he introduced me to a couple guys while we was there

13 together.

14 Q. And for what purpose?

15 MR. RICE: Objection. Calls for speculation.

16 BY MR. ZUBROD:

17 Q. For what purpose did you want to meet them?

18 A. Well, I would just want to meet every -- I consider myself

19 to be a good pimp, and I regarded him as a good pimp, so, you

20 know, if he's a good pimp, I feel he's associated with other

21 good pimps. So in general, I would just want to meet every

22 good pimp that, you know, it was possible for me to meet.

23 But at the same time, with the type of town that D.C.

24 was, it's better to be associated with guys that you know are

25 genuine pimps than the guys that were just around there like --
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1 kind of, like, doing things the way that they're not supposed

2 to be done.

3 So by me knowing them types of guys, you know, I

4 probably wouldn't -- if I did have any type of real major

5 problems, at least I know pimps that I can call and talk to

6 and, you know what I mean, get to help me -- give me some

7 insight on the situation as opposed to dealing with those that

8 really didn't know nothing about the game or didn't have any

9 respect, wasn't reputable pimps.

10 Q. Okay. And were you able, after those introductions, to

11 prostitute your girls in D.C. more successfully?

12 A. I mean, I went through my rough points in D.C., but at the

13 same time I earned my respect by keeping myself surrounded by

14 the proper pimps and, you know, just pimping my way through the

15 situation.

16 Q. So it did help?

17 A. Yeah, it did. It helped to know who was pimping and who

18 wasn't.

19 Q. Now, you said that you talked on the phone with Mr. Hayes.

20 Approximately how often would you two communicate?

21 A. I'd say at least, you know, like, once a month, twice a

22 month, three times a month. It depended on if we in the same

23 area -- if we in the same area, I might talk to him, you know,

24 once a day or something. But, you know, if he's way across

25 country and I'm in another part of the country, you know, we'd
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1 keep up with each other every now and then, you know.

2 Q. And what would you discuss?

3 A. Just what was going on as far as, you know, what kind of

4 money was -- you know, was it popping out west or was it

5 popping out on the east coast. You know, I may have some

6 problems or he may have some problems. We may talk a little

7 bit about that.

8 Q. You mentioned that pimp partners would give each other a

9 jug. Did you ever give Mr. Hayes a jug?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Tell us why.

12 A. He was arrested here in Harrisburg, and after he had got

13 out of jail, he was kind of down on his luck, money was a

14 little tight, so, you know, I gave him a jug. I didn't

15 specifically ask why. You know, he just said he needed a jug,

16 and I gave him a jug.

17 Q. He told you he needed it, so you sent him the money?

18 A. No, I gave it to him personally.

19 Q. Okay. And that was in Harrisburg?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. While Mr. Hayes was in jail on this matter, did you make

22 attempts to keep in touch with him?

23 A. Yes. I seen a cousin of his, and I communicated to that

24 cousin if he needed anything, you know, if he needed some money

25 on his bond or if he needed help, you know, situating his


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1 vehicle, anything he needed, if I could assist, let me know and

2 I would help him out.

3 Q. And why would you do those things for Mr. Hayes?

4 A. I mean, I considered him to be a good pimp and a pimp

5 partner of mine.

6 Q. Do you know how long Mr. Hayes has been involved in

7 prostitution?

8 A. No.

9 Q. Now, while you were in prison, did you have any contact

10 with Mr. Hayes?

11 A. Yes, I talked to him a couple times.

12 Q. And did he do anything for you?

13 A. He gave me a jug. I needed some money, just, like, some

14 commissary, and he sent me a couple hundred dollars.

15 Q. Did he make any offers to assist you?

16 A. Yeah. I needed an attorney. At the time I was trying to

17 file an appeal, so I talked to him about helping me with some

18 attorney money, if he could. And, you know, he said if he

19 could, he would help me. It depended on his situation.

20 Q. Now, let's talk about Mr. Terry Williams. You said he was

21 a pimp partner. In what ways was he a pimp partner?

22 A. Well, I've never met Terry Williams personally, like,

23 face-to-face. I had never really talked to him prior to me

24 getting Jessica Klempner. But once I was arrested, you know,

25 he tried to help me in the situation with keeping Jessica from


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1 coming to court.

2 Q. We'll talk about that situation where Mr. Williams tried to

3 help you to keep Jessica Klempner from testifying against you.

4 We'll set that aside for a moment. When did that take place,

5 that incident?

6 A. What incident?

7 Q. The incident where -- that process where he was trying to

8 keep Jessica Klempner from testifying against you.

9 A. I would have to say March of 2005, April, excuse me, May,

10 April. April and May, mainly, of 2005.

11 Q. Before we go to that incident, I want to talk about some of

12 the other defendants that were named in the indictment. I'd

13 like you to take a look at Government Exhibit 75.14. Who is

14 that?

15 A. That's Derick Price, known as Coleone.

16 Q. Okay. Now, he is one of the defendants in this case. How

17 do you know him?

18 A. That's my pimp partner.

19 Q. And what did you do for him as pimp partner?

20 A. Well, I helped him kind of get on his feet as far as

21 pimping. I trained him.

22 Q. You trained him?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. And did he work with some of your other pimp partners named

25 in the indictment?
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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. Who?

3 A. My brother Kory Barham, Cutty Blue.

4 Q. Anyone else?

5 A. Franklin Robinson, Silk. I think Derek Maes, known as

6 Prince. He knew quite a few guys. I don't think he knew them

7 all, but he was associated with a few of them, Finesse, Dawan

8 Oliver, and Little Rob, Clever.

9 Q. We'll put their pictures up in a moment. But those are all

10 people in this indictment that he helped -- that he worked with

11 as pimp partners?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. Now, I want you to take a look at Government Exhibit 1.6.

14 It's been stipulated that this is a business record from

15 Western Union. What is that?

16 A. That's a Western Union receipt. I guess I sent him a jug

17 from -- I was in Atlanta, he was in D.C.

18 Q. And I note that it says, Derick Price. How much did you

19 send him?

20 A. $200.

21 Q. And it says Wayne, slash, Banks. What's that a reference

22 to?

23 A. I used my name. I don't know why there's a slash there. I

24 used my name, but I don't think he had ID. So the what city

25 and capitol --
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1 Q. Do you recall where you were when you sent this?

2 A. Yes. I was in Atlanta, Georgia.

3 Q. Would you look at Government Exhibit 1.7. What is that?

4 A. That's a Western Union receipt.

5 Q. It's another Western Union receipt. And where did you send

6 it to?

7 A. Sent that one to D.C., also.

8 Q. And was this the same day as the other one?

9 A. I believe so. Or it might be. I don't know. I didn't see

10 the date on there.

11 Q. Let's go back to -- well, 1.7, the date is what date?

12 A. 9/14/04.

13 Q. So September 14th of 2004 you sent him $200. And if you go

14 back to 1.6, what was the date that you sent him $200?

15 A. That was 9/8.

16 Q. And why did you send this --

17 A. 9/8/04.

18 Q. Okay. And why did you send $400 for him within the same

19 week's time?

20 A. He was in D.C. at the time. He was kind of down on his

21 luck. He was having financial trouble, car trouble. I think

22 one of his girls had got locked up, and he wasn't able to get

23 any work. D.C. was real hot. So I sent him a jug twice that

24 week.

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1 A. Well, because he's my pimp partner and he was in need of

2 assistance.

3 Q. Take a look at Government Exhibit 76.42. Who is that?

4 A. That's Dana Zerbe, known as Paradise.

5 Q. And how old was she?

6 A. She was 12 when he met her.

7 Q. And who was prostituting Dana?

8 A. Coleone was Derick Price.

9 Q. And Derick Price's nickname was Coleone?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Who trained this girl to be a prostitute? Once Coleone got

12 her, how was she trained, do you know?

13 A. Well, when Coleone got her, I believe this was his first

14 prostitute. I know it was his first time on the road with a

15 prostitute. And he was riding with me and my girl's trainer

16 because she didn't know how to work.

17 Q. So you were traveling together?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. And so who trained her?

20 A. My girls. Two or three of my prostitutes trained her.

21 Q. And the reason that you trained the girl of another pimp,

22 even though you would get no money from it, is why?

23 A. Yeah, I would get no benefit from it, it was just he was my

24 partner, and I wanted to see him do well, so I allowed my girls

25 to, you know, show his girls how to get him some money.
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1 Q. Government Exhibit 75.6.

2 A. Derek Maes.

3 Q. And who is Derek Maes?

4 A. Prince. He's another pimp partner.

5 Q. And where is he from?

6 A. He's from Toledo, Ohio.

7 Q. Is Coleone, Derick Price, also from Toledo?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. And this is an individual who is named in the present

10 indictment that these defendants were named in. Correct?

11 A. Yes.

12 Q. And what role did Derek Maes play among the Toledo pimp

13 partners?

14 A. Derek Maes was kind of like -- he was kind of like, you

15 know, a clearinghouse for information. He kind of -- you'd

16 call him, he knew everybody, he talked to everybody. So when

17 certain situations arise, you can call him, and he may, you

18 know, put me in touch with somebody I don't know, somebody I

19 need to talk to. You know, if there's a situation going on

20 with me and say he didn't really know me for a while, he may

21 talk to another pimp that knew me, express whatever his issue

22 was about me to somebody else.

23 Q. And why would you talk to Derek Maes about intervening

24 between you and another pimp?

25 A. Well, he's an older pimp, so he's been around awhile, so he


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1 would have -- you know, he would be considered to be seasoned

2 and have a lot of juice on what's going on.

3 Q. And a lot of juice means knowledge and ability to deal with

4 situations?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. And were there conflicts among the pimp partners?

7 A. All the time.

8 Q. And did Mr. Maes play a role in resolving those conflicts?

9 A. Yes, sometimes. Sometimes he kept the peace or helped keep

10 the peace. Sometimes he created the disturbance.

11 Q. Did he play any role in training younger pimps?

12 A. Yeah, to my knowledge, yeah.

13 Q. Now, Government Exhibit 75.7, who is that?

14 A. Franklin Robinson, known as Silk.

15 Q. And was he an individual from Toledo?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. Now, like the other individuals, this is an individual who

18 is named in this indictment. Was he your pimp partner?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. And tell us what role Mr. Robinson played within this

21 organization of pimps from Toledo, among these pimp partners?

22 A. He played essentially the same role as Derek. He was kind

23 of like a liaison, though, between older pimps and younger

24 pimps because he, more so than Derek and more so than anybody,

25 I believe, in the situation, kept in touch with everybody, you


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1 know, kept tabs on everybody, kind of knew what was going on

2 with everybody.

3 So you could call Silk if you had a problem with

4 Derek, for instance -- you know, being that I'm younger than

5 him and Derek, I could call Silk before I knew Derek and he

6 would call Derek either three-way or he would talk to Derek

7 about whatever the issue was I might have with Derek. So, you

8 know, he acted kind of as a liaison in between -- a go-between.

9 Q. And he was a peace-keeper, it sounded like?

10 A. He was a peace-keeper at times, and he was, you know, a

11 disturbance at times, too.

12 Q. Now, can you give us an example of where you reached out to

13 Mr. Robinson to resolve an issue with another pimp partner?

14 A. Yeah. I had a -- I had my girls up here on automatic at a

15 motel here in Harrisburg. I was out west at the time. And a

16 guy was, like, calling my room phones and knocking on the

17 windows.

18 Q. Who was that?

19 A. Kenny Britton.

20 Q. Was he from Toledo?

21 A. Yeah, he's from Toledo, too.

22 Q. And he's one of the individuals named in this indictment?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. And what was Mr. Britton doing?

25 A. He was knocking on the windows and, you know, playing his


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1 music real loud in front of the room doors and just doing a lot

2 of things at the motel while the girls were not at work that,

3 you know, we just -- I would at least consider, you know what I

4 mean, to be, like, kind of, you know, just unprofessional.

5 I mean, like, if I'm sending them to work every day,

6 that means you have time to sweat them every day when they at

7 work. But, you know, while they at the motel room, unless they

8 initiate it, unless they're out of pocket, obviously and

9 blatantly out of pocket, then he shouldn't be going out of his

10 way to call my motel room phones and to knock on doors and to

11 park his car right directly in front of my rooms.

12 So I didn't really think too much of that, and I

13 wanted to talk to him about it, but I didn't know him at the

14 time. All I knew it was a blue Cadillac, and it had Ohio

15 plates. So I called Silk, and Silk called Derek, I believe.

16 And we got him on the three-way, and we discussed the

17 situation, and we resolved it like that.

18 Q. And did he leave the girls alone after Silk intervened

19 between the two of you?

20 A. Yes, he left them alone.

21 Q. Now, I want to show you what's been marked as Government

22 Exhibit 1.2. Again, this is another Western Union wire

23 transfer of money. What's the date of that transfer?

24 A. 12/6/03.

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1 A. Silk.

2 Q. And I note that in the lower left-hand corner, it says

3 Franklin Robinson as the sender.

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. And it says Wayne Banks, you're the receiver of that fund?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. And how much money was it?

8 A. $150.

9 Q. And where did it go to and from?

10 A. I believe it came from Atlanta to New Orleans.

11 Q. And why did Silk send you money?

12 A. I had just got out of jail. I needed a jug. I was down on

13 my luck.

14 Q. And did you contact him and ask him for it?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. And why would you contact Franklin Robinson and ask for

17 money?

18 A. Well, he was a pimp partner, so, you know, he was somebody

19 I knew I could call that would loan me the money if I needed

20 it. Well, not loan it to me, but give me the money if I need

21 it.

22 Q. Take a look at Government Exhibit 1.3, please. Again, this

23 is another Western Union wire transfer. What's the date?

24 A. 12/6/03.

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1 A. Franklin Robinson.

2 Q. And who is the recipient?

3 A. Me.

4 Q. And where is the money going to and from?

5 A. The money is coming from Atlanta, Georgia, going to New

6 Orleans.

7 Q. And, again, was this -- why did Mr. Robinson give you

8 another $150?

9 A. It was on the same day. It was -- I don't know why he did

10 it in two parts, but he had gave me a $300 jug that day.

11 Q. Well, let's talk for a moment about wire transfers through

12 Western Union. Are there any rules that you and, in your

13 experience, other pimps give their girls for using Western

14 Union, things to do and to not do?

15 A. Yes. The two main things is, you really try to never use

16 your name because you don't want your name to pop up on too

17 many Western Union receipts, because, of course, too many times

18 would notify the IRS. They would notice that it's a lot of

19 money being sent from you in particular or received by you in

20 particular.

21 And the second main thing was that you didn't never

22 want the money to be over a thousand dollars, because if it was

23 over a thousand dollars, then there's a little thing on the

24 Western Union receipt that tells you any type of money sent

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1 Q. Now, I note that they didn't disguise -- Mr. Robinson

2 didn't disguise his name or disguise your name these two times

3 that he sent you money.

4 A. No, I mean, we would just mainly do that when he was

5 getting money from the girls. When we sent each other jugs,

6 you know, we never really thought it to be no big deal. It was

7 just a couple hundred dollars, whatever.

8 Q. But for the girls, you would try to get them to disguise

9 your name?

10 A. Exactly.

11 Q. And theirs?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. Take a look, please, at Government Exhibit 75.16.

14 A. That's Kory Barham, Cutty Blue.

15 Q. And who is he?

16 A. He was my brother and my pimp partner.

17 Q. Is he also from Toledo?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. Now, I want you to take a look at Government Exhibit 1.1.

20 Again, it's another Western Union money transfer. What is the

21 date of the transaction?

22 A. 11/22/03.

23 Q. And who is the sender in this case?

24 A. I'm the sender, and I'm sending it to him.

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1 A. A jug, just -- you know, I don't know what he was -- what

2 the situation was, but he needed just a jug, and I sent him a

3 hundred dollars.

4 Q. Did he contact you and ask you to send it?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. And why did you send him a jug?

7 A. Because he's my brother and he's my pimp partner.

8 Q. Now, where did you take girls to engage in prostitution?

9 A. Toledo, Detroit, Indianapolis, Illinois, Tennessee,

10 Kentucky, Harrisburg, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Georgia,

11 Florida, New Orleans, Mississippi, Texas, Arizona, Nevada,

12 California, maybe Colorado, Kansas, basically, you know,

13 anywhere and everywhere.

14 Q. You said -- I believe you said Harrisburg, Pennsylvania?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. Do you know if the defendants, Terry Williams and Eric

17 Hayes, took girls to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to prostitute

18 them?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. How do you know that?

21 A. Well, I was -- the first time I had a conversation with

22 Terrance Williams, I served him for a girl here in Harrisburg,

23 Pennsylvania.

24 Q. And who was the girl?

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1 Q. Let's put her picture back up. Now, tell us about serving.

2 First of all, what is serving?

3 A. Well, serving is just when a girl is with one pimp and she

4 wants to get with another pimp, she has to get with that pimp

5 by fee, meaning she has to pay that other pimp to become his

6 prostitute and leave the other pimp.

7 And once she pays the pimp to get with him and she

8 leaves the other pimp, the pimp that she gets with has to call

9 her ex-pimp and notify him that he has the girl and let him

10 know, you know, hey, I got the girl now, she with me, and, you

11 know, I got some money out of her and she's going to be under

12 my instructions.

13 Q. And once that pimp is served, what rights does he have to

14 the girl?

15 A. He has -- I mean, he has the right to sweat her, to try to

16 recruit her back, but he has no other rights to her. I mean,

17 he can't put his hands on her. He's not supposed to. If he

18 does, that would be more of an offense towards me than it would

19 be towards her, even if it's a situation where they have some

20 type of emotional bond and he's just going to -- like, she mad

21 at him and she just doing something out of a grudge move. Once

22 I serve him for her -- I can only serve him for her righteously

23 if she gave me some money. Once I serve him for her, he has no

24 rights to her but to try to knock her back.

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1 Tell us, when did that occur?

2 A. January, 2005. I would say, like, maybe the middle of

3 January, 2005.

4 Q. And where did it take place?

5 A. It took place in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

6 Q. And tell us about how you served Jessica Klempner.

7 A. I didn't serve Jessica Klempner, I served Terrance.

8 Q. I'm sorry, how you served Mr. Williams for Jessica

9 Klempner.

10 A. Well, I didn't -- the first time I talked to him in regards

11 to Jessica, I wasn't actually calling it serving, I was calling

12 another pimp to see if he knew who she had been with and if he

13 had any juice on her, juice just meaning, you know, any

14 background information, who she was and what kind of girl she

15 was. And when I called that other pimp, Terrance was in the

16 car with him, and that pimp put Terrance on the phone.

17 I asked him, hey, man, I just got this girl, she

18 coming home with my girl, this and that. You know who she is

19 and who she was with or whatever? And he said, yeah, man, her

20 folks is right here. And he put him on the phone and --

21 Q. He put Mr. Williams on the phone?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. And what was your conversation with Mr. Williams?

24 A. The conversation with Mr. Williams kind of went like -- I

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1 extent, you know, like, how much money did I get and did I get

2 some money out of her. And I was saying, well, you know, I

3 haven't even -- you know, sorry, but, yeah, she coming with

4 some money. And he went to telling me about he has some money

5 invested into her, and she was --

6 Q. And did he tell you how he had come to invest money in

7 Jessica Klempner?

8 A. Not right -- not right there at that time, because I tried

9 to cut him off and just tell him, hey, man, listen, I ain't

10 even really talked to her yet, I haven't accepted her yet, you

11 know, I was just calling pimpin', to talk to pimpin' and see if

12 he knew something about her, right. I said, but once I talk to

13 her, interview her, if I decide to accept her, if I decide to

14 keep her, then I will call you back and let you know, man. You

15 know what I mean? So I got off the phone with him, and I went

16 and talked to her, and I called him back after me and her had

17 discussed what we needed to discuss.

18 Q. Okay. Now, when you called Mr. Williams back, was it for

19 the purpose of serving him?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And what did Mr. Williams tell you? Did he explain to you

22 what he meant when he said he put a lot of money into Jessica

23 Klempner?

24 A. Yeah. The story was that she had contracted a disease from

25 the pimp, the pimp she was with prior to being with Terrance,
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1 and so I guess for the --

2 Q. And who was that pimp, by the way?

3 A. That was Derek Maes, Prince. I guess for the -- most of

4 the time she had been with him, she was trying to get rid of

5 the disease or whatever, and he had, you know, put up the

6 money, took her to the hospital, paid to get, you know,

7 everything situated with her.

8 Once he got her situated and got her in a position

9 where he could get some money out of her, she ended up choosing

10 me. So he was kind of upset about that. And he was -- you

11 know, he just was going on and on about that. And I just was

12 like -- it sounded to me like, the way I took it -- you know,

13 when I serve a pimp for a girl or when a pimp serves me for a

14 girl, however he got that girl, because he had to get the

15 number from her to call me and let me know that he has her, so

16 I don't really care what the situation was, I'm just more

17 disgusted with the fact that she actually made this move, so

18 I'm just going to let it be at that.

19 So it's more of a smoother process if, you know, we

20 try to do this with an understanding, you know, with a little

21 season. So he was just kind of like -- you know what I mean,

22 being kind of, like, rough, rough on the phone, so I really

23 wasn't trying to even talk to him. I just told him, man, you

24 know, I got her, and that's the end of that. You know what I

25 mean?
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1 Q. So is my understanding correct he did not want you to

2 prostitute her because he had put enough money in her, he

3 wanted to prostitute her?

4 A. Right. I mean, of course he didn't want to lose her. He

5 felt like he was in arrears as opposed to being ahead of her.

6 Q. She had to pay him back?

7 A. I guess so. I mean, I can't say for certain.

8 Q. How did you recruit Jessica?

9 A. Well, she was -- she knew one of my girls prior to -- she

10 knew one of my girls from being with the same -- they was with

11 the same pimp before, one of my main girls.

12 Q. Which girl was that?

13 A. Nancy Garza, known as Princess.

14 Q. Princess, that's 76.44?

15 A. Yeah.

16 Q. So she had prostituted herself with a previous pimp. Who

17 was the previous pimp?

18 A. The previous pimp was Franklin Robinson, Silk.

19 Q. And they had both -- so we have Jessica having been

20 prostituted by Derek Maes, by Franklin Robinson, by

21 Mr. Williams, and now by you?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. Okay. And go ahead, how did you recruit her?

24 MR. O'CONNELL: I object to the way that question was

25 phrased, Your Honor. It's inconsistent with the facts that the
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1 witness stated so far.

2 THE COURT: All right. Let's have the witness clarify

3 just so it's clear.

4 MR. ZUBROD: Okay.

5 THE WITNESS: Okay. She was -- before she got with

6 me, she was with Terrance Williams.

7 BY MR. ZUBROD:

8 Q. And before she got with Terrance Williams?

9 A. She was with Derek Maes.

10 Q. And before she got with Derek Maes?

11 A. She was with Franklin Robinson.

12 Q. And these are all pimp partners?

13 A. Yeah.

14 Q. And do you know where Franklin Robinson got her from?

15 MR. O'CONNELL: I renew my objection. If we could

16 approach.

17 THE COURT: Okay.

18 (The following discussion was held at sidebar:)

19 MR. O'CONNELL: Your Honor, the basis of my objection

20 is that I believe the Government, the way it asked the

21 question, the point of the question was or the thrust of the

22 question was that Jessica had somehow prostituted for

23 Mr. Williams, as well as Mr. Maes, as well as Mr. Robinson,

24 before she got to Mr. Banks.

25 The previous testimony was that, in fact, she had not


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1 done any prostituting for Mr. Williams because of this disease

2 or because of some other reason, but yet I think the clear

3 inference of the Government's subsequent question was that, you

4 know, before she prostituted for you, she was a prostitute for

5 Mr. Williams, Mr. Maes, and Mr. Robinson, which is clearly not

6 what he had said before. So --

7 THE COURT: I understand what you're saying. I think

8 it's a fine distinction. It was clear to me from his testimony

9 that Williams had her for the purpose of putting her to work on

10 the street as a prostitute, and she just hadn't been able to

11 work yet or consistently work because of this disease.

12 MR. ZUBROD: And the offense is intent to prostitute.

13 But I will clarify that, because he did prostitute her. And

14 Jessica Klempner, for the record, will testify that she was

15 prostituted by Mr. Williams in Harrisburg in January of 2005.

16 THE COURT: Okay.

17 (The discussion at sidebar was concluded.)

18 BY MR. ZUBROD:

19 Q. How do you know that Mr. Williams prostituted Jessica

20 Klempner before you knocked her?

21 A. Well, she had 300 and some dollars when she got with me.

22 In order to get with me, she had to have some money. In order

23 to have been out on the lot, she had to have been under

24 somebody's instructions. She said she was under his

25 instructions. He --
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1 MR. O'CONNELL: Your Honor, objection. Clear hearsay.

2 THE COURT: Sustained.

3 MR. ZUBROD: Your Honor, we have established, I

4 submit, a conspiracy. This is a statement in furtherance of

5 the conspiracy. And it's also a statement to show his state of

6 mind of why he contacted Mr. Williams to serve notice that he

7 was taking his prostitute away from him.

8 MR. O'CONNELL: May we approach, Your Honor?

9 (The following discussion was held at sidebar:)

10 MR. O'CONNELL: The evidence was that Mr. Banks had

11 never met Mr. Williams before this time. He wasn't part of

12 this conspiracy. The statement by Jessica Klempner, if it was

13 made at all, is hearsay. It is not in furtherance of any

14 conspiracy that my client has ever been shown to be a part of.

15 It's just raw hearsay.

16 MR. ZUBROD: It's not raw hearsay, in that Jessica

17 Klempner is now a co-conspirator. Jessica Klempner was

18 involved in the conspiracy to prostitute women across state

19 lines, and part of the rules of engagement was that you serve a

20 pimp notice, to keep the peace, you serve a pimp notice when

21 you have taken one of his girls. And once you serve notice and

22 she has come up with her money, then that pimp loses his rights

23 under the rules. This is the normal rules of engagement.

24 Furthermore, we have him already testifying to the

25 fact that he spoke to Mr. Williams, and Mr. Williams said,


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1 that's my girl, I paid money for her, I haven't gotten the

2 money out yet, you shouldn't be taking her, I need to make

3 money off of her.

4 I think these are all admissions that are coming from

5 Mr. Williams. And he is about to testify to the fact

6 circumstantially he knows that she was being prostituted

7 because she's on the lot prostituting herself, she had money,

8 and then he talked to Mr. Williams, and Mr. Williams

9 acknowledged that she was his prostitute.

10 THE COURT: You know, I'm sort of lost what the last

11 question was that you objected to.

12 MR. O'CONNELL: I'm objecting to his question

13 eliciting a hearsay statement from Jessica Klempner.

14 THE COURT: That objection is sustained.

15 MR. O'CONNELL: Okay. We move to strike, as well,

16 Your Honor.

17 (The discussion at sidebar was concluded.)

18 THE COURT: Mr. Zubrod, I sustained the objection and

19 the motion to strike the last statement that was elicited from

20 the witness.

21 MR. ZUBROD: Okay.

22 BY MR. ZUBROD:

23 Q. How did you conclude that Jessica Klempner was prostituted

24 by Mr. Williams?

25 MR. O'CONNELL: Object to the question, Your Honor.


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1 MR. ZUBROD: That's not calling for a hearsay

2 statement. We're asking for his observations.

3 MR. O'CONNELL: We have to establish the basis for the

4 knowledge that he has.

5 THE COURT: Okay. To avoid an objection, Mr. Zubrod,

6 would you ask him through whom he obtained the information

7 before he provides it. You asked how did he confirm it,

8 through whom did he confirm it.

9 BY MR. ZUBROD:

10 Q. The question is, number one, how did you know that Jessica

11 Klempner was being prostituted by Mr. Williams?

12 MR. O'CONNELL: I object again to the question, Your

13 Honor.

14 MR. ZUBROD: Just a moment. The original question was

15 that. That question has two parts.

16 BY MR. ZUBROD:

17 Q. Was that based upon your personal observations, or was it

18 based upon information you received from third parties,

19 including Mr. Williams, or both?

20 A. I would say both.

21 Q. Okay. Tell us, first of all, your personal observations.

22 A. My personal observation was that her and Princess, which

23 was my prostitute, arrived at my motel room by way of a truck

24 driver coming from the truck stop. And she told me she was

25 with him --
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1 MR. O'CONNELL: Objection, Your Honor.

2 THE COURT: Counsel, I'm going to hear the objection

3 outside the presence of the jury because it's time that they be

4 escorted for the morning recess. Ms. Cihak, would you escort

5 the jury to return at 11:30.

6 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Yes, Your Honor.

7 (Jury leaves courtroom.)

8 THE COURT: Please be seated. Mr. O'Connell.

9 MR. O'CONNELL: Your Honor, my objection to this line

10 of questioning is, it's calling for hearsay information from

11 this particular witness. This witness got his information, the

12 conclusion that the Government is trying to draw from him that

13 Jessica Klempner was a prostitute for Mr. Williams, either from

14 her statement, from Princess' statement, or some other hearsay

15 statement. So in whatever form the question is, it is calling

16 for hearsay from this witness because he has no other source of

17 information.

18 He clearly testified that she came to him and she came

19 to him with money, but that's all he can say from his own

20 personal observation. Any other basis for the conclusion that

21 is trying to be elicited here, i.e., that Jessica Klempner was

22 prostituting for Mr. Williams, comes from information that this

23 witness heard from some other person.

24 MR. RICE: Your Honor, I'm just going to make a

25 suggestion. Is it possible, since the jury isn't here, that


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1 Mr. Zubrod, on this limited issue, could conduct a direct

2 examination and we could reserve the right to make any

3 objections until after the cross-examination and we find out

4 exactly what this witness does know and how he knows it?

5 THE COURT: Mr. Zubrod, I expect that you're going to

6 have the witness testify about his statements from

7 Mr. Williams. Are there other sources?

8 MR. ZUBROD: The witness is going to testify that he

9 made certain observations, that she was coming from the lot

10 with his prostitute, number two, that she had money with her,

11 therefore, she had prostituted herself on the lot.

12 THE COURT: Right.

13 MR. ZUBROD: Based upon -- finally, that his

14 prostitute, whose job was to recruit for him, told him that she

15 was working and that she wanted to work now for him. That

16 shows why he made the call to Mr. Williams. That's not

17 hearsay. It is circumstantial evidence of his state of mind to

18 explain the context of why he did what he did. And therefore,

19 and finally, we get to the fact that he did talk to

20 Mr. Williams and Mr. Williams made an admission that he was

21 prostituting her, that --

22 MR. O'CONNELL: He never said that.

23 MR. ZUBROD: Let me finish, please.

24 MR. O'CONNELL: He never said that.

25 MR. ZUBROD: Let me finish, please. Mr. Williams


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1 talked about how that was his girl, that he had spent money on

2 her, that he wanted to keep her to earn back the money that he

3 had put into her. And as I have represented to the Court,

4 Ms. Klempner will testify that she, in fact, was prostituted by

5 Mr. Williams in Harrisburg in January of 2005 just before she

6 wound up working for Mr. Banks.

7 THE COURT: Okay. Mr. O'Connell, what part, if any of

8 that, do you find objectionable?

9 MR. O'CONNELL: What Ms. Klempner says or doesn't say

10 we have to await for her to say it or to not say it.

11 THE COURT: Right.

12 MR. O'CONNELL: But at this point he can't rely on his

13 statement for what he heard from her or didn't hear from her at

14 that time.

15 THE COURT: Right. I don't think he is. I heard him

16 testify earlier that he made a telephone call for the purpose

17 of determining the background on this girl and that he stumbled

18 into the relationship that she had with Mr. Williams and that

19 Mr. Williams put himself on the phone and volunteered that she

20 was part of his group, family, whatever.

21 MR. O'CONNELL: That's not the way it came out. What

22 I believe this witness said was, that he contacted --

23 THE COURT: Another pimp.

24 MR. O'CONNELL: -- through sheer happenstance, another

25 pimp.
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1 THE COURT: Right.

2 MR. O'CONNELL: Which obviously we'd want to believe

3 that Ms. Klempner, at that point, had not said anything to him

4 about where she had been because he didn't know. So he calls

5 this pimp, who says, I think that this girl at one time was

6 with Mr. Williams.

7 When he talks to Mr. Williams, all he said initially

8 was that Mr. Williams said, I have this money into her, which

9 apparently arose from the treatment of some medical problem

10 that she had and he wanted to recoup it. That's it. He never

11 said, I prostituted this girl or I made money from this girl or

12 made any such admission. And that's what I'm trying to ensure

13 doesn't come out.

14 THE COURT: Right. I understand. So all you're

15 trying to do is distinguish between whatever it was Mr. Banks

16 extrapolated and what precisely Mr. Williams said, which may

17 need to be detailed.

18 MR. ZUBROD: Yes. And we understand that he didn't

19 detail the number of times he prostituted her to someone. He

20 identified her as his prostitute that he had put money into and

21 he wanted to get more money from.

22 MR. O'CONNELL: I think if you read back the

23 testimony, it didn't say that he said she was his prostitute.

24 THE COURT: I think the testimony reflects Mr. Banks'

25 conclusion, and the best way to cure the problem is to have


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1 Mr. Banks explain in detail precisely what Mr. Williams said,

2 because nobody is disputing that that would be an admissible

3 statement.

4 MR. ZUBROD: And I am also eliciting information from

5 Mr. Banks regarding the fact that he made -- as a pimp, he made

6 certain observations, and those observations led to his making

7 the call in the first place.

8 And in response to the suggestion by Mr. O'Connell

9 that Mr. Banks did not know who Jessica Klempner's pimp is,

10 therefore he could not have spoken to Jessica Klempner, what

11 Mr. Banks testified to was that he called a third party to see

12 what information he could get on what kind of a prostitute --

13 THE COURT: Right.

14 MR. ZUBROD: -- she was before he served notice on

15 Mr. Williams. And as fate would have it, Mr. Williams was in

16 the car with the other individual.

17 THE COURT: That's the way I understood it. It was a

18 due diligence call.

19 MR. ZUBROD: It's a due diligence call. That's

20 exactly right.

21 THE COURT: Okay. We'll be in recess.

22 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Court is in recess.

23 (Recess taken.)

24 BY MR. ZUBROD:

25 Q. Mr. Banks, I want to back up just a bit and ask you some
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1 lead-up questions to my questions. Number one, are girls able

2 to prostitute themselves on a truck stop lot without a pimp?

3 A. Yes and no. I mean, you know, she can go out there on

4 renegade status, but if there's a lot of pimps in the area with

5 prostitutes down on the lot, she's going to run into some

6 problems because she don't have no representation.

7 Q. Now, how do you know whom to serve for a girl who is

8 brought to you or comes to you?

9 A. Well, like I said earlier, when I get a girl that's been

10 with a pimp prior to being with me, I have to serve that pimp

11 and let him know -- say, for instance, a girl has been with a

12 pimp. Two months before she gets with me, she left that pimp,

13 went home, was with nobody, didn't work at all, then she

14 decided to get back into the game and start working for me. I

15 would still call that pimp, call him and let him know, hey,

16 man, you know, the girl is with me now, and she's going to be

17 under my instructions, I'm just giving you a heads-up. So if

18 you see her down on the concrete, you know that she with a

19 pimp, she's just not out there on her own.

20 Because you would do that in a situation like that to

21 prevent that guy from taking whatever frustrations out on her

22 he may have with her for leaving him or for just running up and

23 taking her money because he may feel like, you know, I trained

24 you, I turned you out, I laced you up, you can't just work --

25 Q. Mr. Banks, I want you to try to answer my question


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1 particularly. My question to you is, how do you know whom to

2 serve when a girl comes to you?

3 A. Well, she has to -- I know to serve the guy that she was

4 with before me.

5 Q. And how do you find out who that is?

6 A. She tells me. She has to tell me. She has to tell me who

7 she was with.

8 Q. And is that what happened in this case?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. Okay. You said, though, that you didn't immediately call

11 the individual that she -- whose name she gave you. You called

12 a third party. Why did you call a third party?

13 A. Well, because I'm known as -- what we would say is like a

14 black ho's boss, meaning I deal primarily with black girls,

15 ethnic backgrounds, Mexicans, stuff like that.

16 Q. What is the name, by the way, for -- the technical name for

17 a girl who is black who is prostituted by someone?

18 A. Most of the time we refer to them as ducks.

19 Q. A duck?

20 A. Yeah.

21 Q. Okay.

22 A. So being that she was a white girl and I had a few guys in

23 the area that I knew, that I know had white girls that I was

24 cool with, I wanted to see if she was with one of the guys that

25 I was cool with. If she was with one of the guys that I was
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1 cool with, nine out of ten, I might not have even accepted her.

2 I would have took the money that she had, and then I would have

3 called him and let him come get her. Plus, I wanted to get

4 some background information on her. Whether she was with

5 somebody I know or not, I still wanted to see who knew

6 something about her.

7 Q. So you always interview the girl first before serving?

8 A. Yes, I do.

9 Q. Okay. Now, based upon -- how much money did she bring to

10 you?

11 A. It was -- I don't remember the exact amount, but I believe

12 it was a little over $300.

13 Q. And after interviewing her about who her pimp was, whom did

14 you call to serve notice on?

15 A. I called Terrance Williams.

16 Q. And when you called Terrance Williams and told him that you

17 were serving him for Jessica Klempner, what did Mr. Williams

18 tell you?

19 A. He went to explaining about the situation, about how much

20 money he had invested in her -- not how much money he had

21 invested in her, he just went to telling me about that she had

22 had a disease when he got her and that he had helped her get

23 rid of the disease and that he felt like, you know what I mean,

24 she might have been playing with him, and, you know, she might

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1 And it was just -- it wasn't what he was saying, it

2 was the way he was saying it that kind of rubbed me the wrong

3 way, so I just, you know, ended the conversation as quick as

4 possible and just told him that, you know, he can consider

5 himself served for her.

6 Q. Now, did you understand, from your conversation with

7 Mr. Williams, that he had prostituted Jessica Klempner?

8 A. Of course. He represented himself as being the pimp that

9 she was with before me.

10 Q. There are some terms that were thrown out in our last

11 session that I didn't ask you to define. You said "folks,"

12 f-o-l-k-s. What do you mean "folks"?

13 A. Out on the lot or out on the track girls commonly refer to

14 their pimp as their folks or as their -- you know, a PI or

15 whatever. It's a little code name, but it's something that the

16 girls use a lot. You know, you got folks, meaning do you have

17 a pimp, are you with somebody in the game, or are you by

18 yourself.

19 Q. What is a date?

20 A. A date is when a prostitute has solicited somebody for

21 money and they agree to have sex with her for money.

22 Q. Are there any other terms that are used for dates?

23 A. There might be, but I can't think right off.

24 Q. Have you ever heard the term "trick" or "john"?

25 A. A trick is not a date, though. A trick is just what we


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1 refer to as a customer that she has a date with. So, you know,

2 they refer to the customers as tricks. Very seldom as johns,

3 but more so as tricks.

4 Q. Let me see if I've got this right, that a trick is someone

5 that you go on a date with?

6 A. Exactly.

7 Q. So having a -- when you have a date, that means you're

8 having a date with a trick?

9 A. Exactly.

10 Q. One is a noun and one is a verb. Now, did you ever -- you

11 said that was your first contact with Mr. Williams. Did you

12 have later contacts with Mr. Williams before the Jessica -- the

13 other Jessica Klempner incident? Did you have conversations

14 with him by phone?

15 A. Before I was arrested?

16 Q. Yes.

17 A. No.

18 Q. Okay. At what truck stop were you and your pimp partners

19 working in Harrisburg?

20 A. The Gables Truck Stop.

21 Q. The Gables Truck Stop?

22 A. Yeah, the Gables Truck Stop.

23 Q. That's in Harrisburg?

24 A. Yes, on I-81. I don't know if it's actually in the city

25 limits of Harrisburg, but we kind of refer to it as being in


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1 Harrisburg.

2 Q. I show you what's been marked as Government Exhibit 84.1.

3 What is that?

4 A. That's the Gables Truck Stop.

5 Q. And when you say "the Gables Truck Stop," could you point

6 to the -- which is the Gables? I see a couple of truck stops.

7 A. The Gables is the lot in the middle. There's a Comfort Inn

8 on the left-hand side. There's a road in between. There's

9 another lot on the right-hand side, and there's a TA sign in

10 the back.

11 Q. That's at Truck Stops of America?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. So in the upper left-hand corner, that parking lot is the

14 TA truck stop?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. And the one with the orange roof is the Gables Truck Stop?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. And is there a term -- I note that in the very back of the

19 Gables, there is a row of trucks. Does that row have a name

20 among pimps?

21 A. Yes, that's the party row. That's actually a term not

22 created by pimps, it's a term created by truck drivers for, you

23 know, the row at every truck stop in which illegal activities

24 take place or things of that nature, illicit activities.

25 Q. Okay. Now, let's go on to the -- your last arrest, when


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1 you were arrested the last time in Pensacola, Florida. When

2 did that arrest take place?

3 A. March 20th, 2005.

4 Q. And who was the girl who is the cause of your being

5 arrested?

6 A. Jessica Klempner, known as Snow. Yes, that's her.

7 Q. And how old was Ms. Klempner at the time that you were

8 arrested on March 20th 2005?

9 A. She was 17.

10 Q. Now, you had said that you were aware by whom she was

11 prostituted. Did you confirm that with these individuals?

12 A. Yes. Well, she was with four pimps before me. And I

13 talked to three out of the four and only -- I knew all four of

14 them, but one was in jail, so I never talked to him directly

15 about her. I talked to her, and she told me she was with him.

16 And the other three pimps, though, I talked to in one way or

17 another about her.

18 Q. Now, you've already said that you've talked to

19 Mr. Williams, and he had acknowledged to you that she was with

20 him.

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. Who were the other individuals?

23 A. Before Mr. Williams, she was with Derek Maes, Prince. I

24 talked to him about her. And before that, she was with Silk,

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1 Q. And do you know where Mr. Robinson got -- or Silk got

2 Jessica Klempner from?

3 A. Silk got Jessica from a guy named Smooth, which I believe

4 took place in Detroit. She said Detroit, Michigan.

5 Q. Smooth is Shimon Maxwell?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. One of the defendants in this case?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. Now, how do you know -- well, let me ask you this. You

10 said it was in January of 2005 that you served Mr. Williams to

11 get Jessica Klempner, and that was in Harrisburg. Am I

12 correct?

13 A. Yes, yeah.

14 Q. And where did you take Ms. Klempner after that?

15 A. Well --

16 Q. Between January and March of 2005.

17 A. That was about the third week of January when she got with

18 me. It was a Thursday night. That Friday we left Harrisburg

19 and went to Atlanta, Georgia. From Atlanta, Georgia -- we was

20 in Atlanta, Georgia, approximately a week. From Atlanta

21 Georgia we went to --

22 Q. Did anything happen to Ms. Klempner in Atlanta, Georgia?

23 A. Yes. She was arrested three times.

24 Q. For prostitution?

25 A. Yes, for prostitution.


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1 Q. Go ahead.

2 A. From Atlanta, Georgia, we went to Jacksonville, Florida,

3 for the Super Bowl, for the Super Bowl weekend.

4 Q. That's where you got that picture?

5 A. No, that was in Orlando, Florida, at Disney World.

6 Q. Okay.

7 A. We was at Jacksonville probably the first week of February

8 for the Super Bowl. Then we went from Jacksonville --

9 Q. Could you speak up slightly? I'm having a little trouble

10 hearing you.

11 A. Then we went from Jacksonville to Orlando, where we took

12 the picture. Then we went from Orlando to Wildwood, Florida.

13 We worked a truck stop over there. Then we went from Wildwood

14 to Tampa, Florida. We worked some tracks in Tampa. Then we

15 went from Tampa to Miami, Florida. We worked some tracks in

16 Miami, in Fort Lauderdale, also, then from Miami back to Tampa,

17 then back -- then we went to Pensacola, Florida.

18 Q. And before Jessica -- this incident in Pensacola, was

19 Jessica arrested while she was in Florida? You mentioned three

20 times in Atlanta?

21 A. Yes, she was arrested three times in Atlanta and twice in

22 Wildwood, Florida, which was Sumter County.

23 Q. And was it because of Jessica that you were arrested in

24 Pensacola?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. Now, tell us what happened briefly.

2 A. On the day of -- the day I was arrested, she was out of

3 pocket on the track with another girl. I corrected them about

4 being out of pocket. She was out of pocket twice. You know, I

5 corrected her a little bit more harshly. I slapped her. After

6 I slapped her, she said she was going to go back to work and

7 this and that.

8 She went and made some phone calls on somebody else's

9 phones, and the other girl told me about it. So I called her

10 back to the room and had a conversation with her about whether

11 she wanted to continue to be with me or not. She said she

12 didn't, she wanted to go to Daytona, Florida, where her mother

13 was at the time.

14 So I roasted her, which I explained that roasting is

15 just when you, you know, use a barrage of cuss words or insults

16 or criticisms. I roasted her because I felt that she should

17 have -- it was other girls in jail, and they had just got her

18 out of jail, and she should have been trying to stay down and

19 get them out of jail. So being that she wanted to leave at a

20 time when not only did I need her most, but her wife-in-laws

21 needed her, I felt that she was, you know, being a disgrace to

22 the game.

23 So I roasted her and told her to get out of my room

24 and don't stop at her room, don't pick up nothing, just, you

25 know, go to the Greyhound, because she called her mother on my


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1 phone, and her mother said she would send her a ticket. I

2 wasn't going to give her any money to leave with because the

3 fashion in which she was leaving was despicable to me, so I

4 told her I wasn't giving her nothing, no clothes, no money.

5 She called, somebody said they would send her a bus

6 ticket. She left my room. She was upset when she left. She

7 was crying. She was stopped on the track, subsequently stopped

8 on the track. And I just happened to ride by while she was

9 talking to the police, and she pointed me out, and I was

10 arrested.

11 Q. Once you were arrested in Pensacola, did any of your pimp

12 partners take any steps to keep Jessica Klempner from

13 testifying?

14 A. Yes.

15 Q. And I want to go through that with you quickly. Do you

16 know where Jessica ultimately wound up? I mean, you said she

17 wanted to go to Daytona to be with her mother, but where is

18 Jessica from?

19 A. She's from Toledo, Ohio. Her mother just happened to be in

20 Daytona at the time when we were down in Florida. But she --

21 from my understanding, she left from -- once she told on me and

22 she was arrested, she left from Pensacola, she went to Daytona.

23 Her mother came and picked her up maybe a day later, two days

24 later, something like that. And once she got over to Daytona,

25 her mother then put her on a plane back to Toledo, Ohio, to be


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1 with Terrance Williams. He sent for the ticket, he paid for

2 the ticket, the plane ticket, for her to get back to Ohio.

3 Q. And do you know once Jessica -- did you keep in contact

4 with your pimp partners while this was going on?

5 A. Yes. I knew exactly what happened and when it happened. I

6 was calling home, I was talking to my girls, and I was talking

7 to a couple pimp partners of mine. And I called Silk, which is

8 Franklin Robinson, and he told me that Jessica was back in

9 Toledo, that she had got back with Terrance Williams, and that,

10 you know, so therefore being that she's back with a pimp, that

11 we should be able to take steps to keep her from coming to

12 testify on me.

13 Q. And what steps were being taken, if you know, by

14 Mr. Williams to assist in keeping Jessica Klempner from

15 testifying?

16 A. Well, initially my mind frame and what I tried to -- being

17 that I didn't know Mr. Williams, like, personally and we didn't

18 have any type of rapport, I was just communicating to Silk and

19 to Derek Maes, who knew Mr. Williams, that the best thing would

20 be to keep her from working, to keep her in the house, don't

21 put her down at all, don't work her on the track, don't work

22 her at the truck stop, or, if he's trying to work her, if he

23 needs to work her, then to take her cross-country, maybe

24 California, Seattle, you know, anywhere out of the area in

25 which we were known to travel in, which was Harrisburg and


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1 Ohio.

2 MR. O'CONNELL: Your Honor, may I approach?

3 (The following discussion was held at sidebar:)

4 MR. O'CONNELL: What I suspect is coming at this

5 time -- part of the Government's presentation I believe will

6 include testimony on some intercepted telephone calls, group

7 telephone calls initiated by Mr. Banks while he was in prison

8 in Florida. And he calls, I think, Franklin Robinson and

9 Derick Price and a couple other unidentified people, and they

10 put Mr. Williams on the phone. And they initiated some effort,

11 apparently, to try to get some money to Jessica Klempner's

12 mother, purportedly, in their minds, I guess, for the purpose

13 of influencing Jessica in some fashion with regard to her

14 testimony or not testifying.

15 I'm objecting to this evidence coming in. First of

16 all, number one, it is after the conspiracy is over. I mean,

17 Mr. Banks is arrested, the conspiracy is done at least as far

18 as he's concerned. To the extent that this has any relevance

19 at all, it was his effort to try to affect the evidence of his

20 prosecution, and they're now trying to suck in Mr. Williams

21 into this effort.

22 Clearly he's not a member of the conspiracy, and the

23 conspiracy is over. And I think this is going to be confusing

24 to the jury. It's not an act in furtherance of the conspiracy.

25 It doesn't -- it's not relevant and doesn't prove any of the


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1 other counts of the indictment, and it just makes him look bad

2 or is attempting to make him look bad.

3 MR. ZUBROD: The conspiracy is not over. Everybody is

4 out except Mr. Banks. And the very terms of the telephone

5 conversations are, we have all had her, we have all prostituted

6 her, if she testifies against Banks, she testifies against us

7 all, all of us, and our organization is now at risk.

8 Therefore, to save ourselves, to save our organization, we have

9 to hide her from law enforcement so she does not testify

10 against Banks.

11 Banks, being a pimp partner, they are also reaching

12 out to help Banks, one of their pimp partners, by bribing the

13 mother, by getting Jessica out of law enforcement custody, by

14 getting her hidden. All of those are -- if there was ever a

15 conspiracy, it is this one, and Mr. Williams is in it right up

16 to his neck.

17 THE COURT: All right. I'm going to allow it. Is

18 that what you're proposing to do? Are you going to play a

19 tape?

20 MR. ZUBROD: We are going to play the tapes. And we

21 have a -- sort of ticker tape on the line following that.

22 THE COURT: How long is the conversation?

23 MR. ZUBROD: There are two tapes, one of fifteen, one

24 of seven minutes. Well, maybe ten and seven minutes.

25 THE COURT: All right.


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1 MR. ZUBROD: Maybe I should walk him right up to where

2 we're going to play the tapes, because we're going to stop the

3 tapes and we're going to talk as we go, so a ten-minute tape

4 may be an hour long. Maybe I should take him right up to where

5 I'm going to play the tape, and the Court may want to consider

6 breaking at that time.

7 THE COURT: We can do that. I usually don't break

8 until 12:30, but --

9 MR. ZUBROD: All right.

10 THE COURT: Okay.

11 (The discussion at sidebar was concluded.)

12 BY MR. ZUBROD:

13 Q. I want to go to 85.15 -- or 83.15. Now, you had discussed

14 before the men who had had her because you spoke to the men and

15 you spoke to Ms. Klempner. Am I correct?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. And are these the individuals who had her?

18 A. Yes, all of those. She was with all of them before she was

19 with me in that order.

20 Q. Okay. Now, I had asked you what your -- what the plan was

21 and what role Mr. Williams was to play in that.

22 A. He essentially would be the middleman. He would be the

23 contact with Jessica and with Jessica's parents, or with her

24 mother. And we had to communicate whatever we needed done with

25 Jessica, we had to communicate that to Terrance Williams


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1 because he was the only one that had access to her and access

2 to her mother.

3 Q. Now, specifically, what was the plan regarding -- what was

4 the goal regarding Jessica Klempner, not how you were going to

5 carry it out, but what was the goal? What did you want to do?

6 A. The goal was -- my understanding at the time that I first

7 got arrested was that she had made a statement to the sheriff's

8 county -- deputy sheriff in Escambia County.

9 Q. Could you pull your --

10 A. So the goal was to keep her from talking to the federal

11 agents and to keep her from testifying at a federal grand jury

12 and to get her to recant the statement that she had made to the

13 Escambia County Sheriff's Department, so therefore, you know, I

14 wouldn't be prosecuted federally.

15 I was only charged by the State of Florida when I was

16 initially arrested. So the goal was just to get her to recant

17 her statement and to get her not to talk to the feds at all,

18 not to make any statements to the FBI or to appear before a

19 federal grand jury.

20 Q. And did you work with a specific group of individuals for

21 the purpose of accomplishing that?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. And we're going to play some telephone conversations

24 shortly, and there are going to be a series of names that come

25 up, a series of people who will be talking on that. One of


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1 them, it will say TRB. Who is TRB on the transcript? No, WRB.

2 Sorry.

3 A. WRB is me, Wayne Robert Banks.

4 Q. And there's a DO?

5 A. Dawan Oliver.

6 Q. Take a look at Government Exhibit 75.12. Is that Dawan

7 Oliver?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. He's one of the defendants in this case?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Is he a pimp partner of yours?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. And what is his street name?

14 A. His street name is Finesse.

15 Q. He had two street names, did he not?

16 A. Yeah, Thug, he went by Thug and Finesse.

17 Q. Government's Exhibit 75.7.

18 A. Franklin Robinson.

19 Q. And was he to play a role in this?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And you mentioned before that he was -- he acted as kind of

22 a coordinator between you. Did he play that role here?

23 A. Yes, he was a go-in-between. He kind of operated in the

24 background. You know, when I couldn't be talking to -- I was

25 in jail, of course, so I couldn't talk to Terry every day or I


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1 couldn't talk to other people involved every day to keep them,

2 you know, in line to what we needed to be doing, so he would be

3 doing that.

4 Q. DT?

5 A. Dooney Taylor.

6 Q. Government Exhibit 75.13. And who was Dooney Taylor?

7 A. Dooney is an older pimp. I asked him to talk to Terry for

8 me because I knew that he knew Terry and he's an older pimp and

9 I figured Terry would be more inclined to listen to him, have

10 more regard for him being that he's older and been around, he's

11 experienced.

12 Q. Terry Williams is older than you. Correct?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. So you brought in a contemporary of his to talk to him?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. Government Exhibit 75.6?

17 A. That's Derek Maes, Prince.

18 Q. What role was Derek Maes to play in this?

19 A. The same as that role like Silk. He was very acquainted

20 with Terry Williams, so, you know, he was to be talking to

21 Terry about, you know, the situation at hand. At least, you

22 know, when I had spoke with him, that's what I asked him to do,

23 to kind of, you know, keep him mindful of my situation.

24 Q. And, finally, one of the initials that will pop up is going

25 to be TW. And I show you Government Exhibit 75.4.


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1 A. That's Terrance Williams.

2 Q. Now, I want to bring this out because on many occasions,

3 Mr. Williams is not referred to as Terry, he's referred to by

4 another name, and we'll just mention it once so that the jury

5 will know to whom you were referring when you use the name.

6 A. He's referred to by Sleazy T.

7 Q. That's his street name?

8 A. Yeah, that's his street name.

9 Q. Okay. Now, in carrying out this plan, did you need money?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. For what?

12 A. I needed money for bond. I mean, not for bond, but for a

13 lawyer at first. And then when this came into light with

14 Jessica being back with him, I needed money to pay her mother

15 to -- her mother was having problems of her own. And her thing

16 was that if she has -- she had financial problems with her

17 house, so, you know, she wasn't trying to focus on our problem

18 because she had too many problems of her own. She said she was

19 $1200 in arrears with her mortgage.

20 So I came up with the $1200 to give him to give to her

21 or, you know, just be able to get to her to make sure that she

22 can alleviate her problems and focus more on the problem of

23 getting Jessica not to testify.

24 Q. And whose job was it to get the money to Jessica's mother

25 to convince her to come and get Jessica out of jail?


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1 A. It was Terrance Williams.

2 Q. Now, did you speak with Terry Williams after Jessica got

3 arrested?

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. Now, based upon those conversations, where did Mr. Williams

6 take Jessica after he got her back with him in Toledo?

7 A. I believe she stayed at his mother's house for a while,

8 probably went back and forth home.

9 Q. That's in Toledo?

10 A. Yeah, in Toledo. And then when he left Toledo with her, he

11 took her to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

12 Q. And what was his purpose, based upon your conversations,

13 what was his purpose in taking her to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania?

14 A. To work her. But my advice was not --

15 Q. To work her?

16 A. Yeah.

17 Q. What do you mean by "work her"?

18 A. To prostitute her.

19 Q. Okay.

20 A. But my advice was not to ever bring her to Harrisburg

21 because she had told the investigators in Florida, she had told

22 the Escambia County Sheriff's Department that I got her from

23 Pennsylvania, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, so I knew that

24 Harrisburg would be one of the places they would be looking for

25 her to pop up. So I advised him not to bring her down here.
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1 And I also emphasized that to Silk and Prince and to

2 the other pimps involved, that, you know, they try to talk to

3 him about keeping her away from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, but

4 he ended up here with her anyway.

5 Q. Now, in order to set the ground rules for why you were

6 engaged in these conversations, do you know what happened to

7 Jessica after Mr. Williams took her to Harrisburg?

8 A. Yes. After he got her to Harrisburg, she was subsequently

9 arrested at the motel, I believe shortly after they arrived

10 here, and she was tooken into federal custody for a federal

11 material witness warrant in my case in Florida.

12 Q. Now, is that when all of this activity took place about

13 getting money together to have Mr. Williams take it to

14 Jessica's mother to have Jessica's mother get her out?

15 A. Yes, yes.

16 Q. And why did you -- why didn't somebody just go up and try

17 to get her out, post bond for her? Why did they feel it was

18 important for the mother to go?

19 A. Well, because they didn't want to be detected, I'm sure.

20 They didn't, you know, want to -- pimps generally don't try to

21 go bond the girls out of jail, you try to send somebody else

22 just for the sake of your name being on any kind of receipts or

23 any kind of records, you know, just so you won't be detected.

24 Q. Why the mother? Why didn't you send another girl?

25 A. The mother -- because she was a juvenile. She was 17. And
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1 the only way that she would likely be released would be to be

2 released in the custody of a guardian or a parent or somebody

3 that was of age.

4 Q. Now, what was the plan once Jessica was -- assuming the

5 authorities would release Jessica into her mother's custody,

6 what was the plan of what was to be done with Jessica and who

7 was to do it?

8 A. The plan was if she was to be released, to be released back

9 to her mother, you know, likely she would go right back to

10 Terrance Williams, and then the plan would be definitely not to

11 come back to Harrisburg and to possibly take her somewhere out

12 of the area of the scope of the investigation or where they

13 were prodding. I mean, they knew of a couple addresses to look

14 for her at, so to try to get her -- you know, my advice was to

15 try to get her as far away as possible and keep her out of

16 contact with law enforcement.

17 Q. Now, what would have happened to your case if Jessica had

18 disappeared?

19 A. Charges would likely have been dropped. I wasn't indicted

20 by the federal -- I hadn't been indicted by a federal grand

21 jury yet. I only had state charges. So without a witness,

22 they don't have any case.

23 Q. Now, did you maintain contact with your pimp partners

24 during this entire process?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. And you maintained contact with Mr. Williams?

2 A. Yes, up to a point.

3 Q. Now, let's put it in a time frame. You were arrested when?

4 A. I was arrested March 20th, 2005.

5 Q. And when was Jessica arrested in Harrisburg with

6 Mr. Williams?

7 A. She was arrested April 22nd, I believe.

8 Q. Of 2005?

9 A. Of 2005.

10 Q. And I'm going to play two telephone conversations that you

11 had with Terry Williams, Dooney Taylor, Dawan Oliver, and

12 yourself regarding this incident. Approximately when did those

13 conversations take place?

14 A. They had to take place approximately the last week of

15 April, in between April the 22nd and I would say the first week

16 of May, because he was telling me that she was scheduled to be

17 in front of a grand jury May 17th.

18 Q. Who was telling you?

19 A. Terrance Williams. He was saying she had to be before the

20 grand jury.

21 Q. That's the federal grand jury in Pensacola, Florida?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. Now, did that alarm you?

24 A. Of course, yes.

25 Q. Why?
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1 A. Because if she appeared before a federal grand jury, then I

2 would be indicted if she testified to the events, you know, as

3 they happened. So we were trying to get her -- to prevent her

4 from testifying at a federal grand jury, to get her to plead

5 the Fifth if she had to go before a federal grand jury, and to

6 recant the statement that she had gave to the Escambia County

7 Sheriff's Department, basically just to say that she falsified

8 a report.

9 Q. Now, when we come back from lunch, we're going to play

10 those taped conversations, Mr. Banks. Before we break, I want

11 to ask a couple of questions that I have neglected to ask

12 regarding Mr. Hayes. Did you ever see Mr. Hayes in Harrisburg?

13 A. I seen him at the motel in Harrisburg one time.

14 Q. Was anyone with him?

15 A. He was in the car with somebody, but I'm not for sure who

16 it was.

17 Q. Okay. Did you ever discuss Harrisburg with Mr. Williams,

18 other than the -- when you served him?

19 A. No, other than when I told him not to bring her or advised

20 not to bring Jessica to Harrisburg.

21 MR. ZUBROD: At this point, Your Honor, this may be a

22 good time to break.

23 THE COURT: Okay. Jurors, we're going to break now

24 for lunch. We'll come back at 1:30, and that's when we'll hear

25 the tapes that Mr. Zubrod is talking about. It's very


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1 important, as always -- you'll be leaving the courthouse --

2 that you keep with you those reminders that I gave you

3 yesterday. It's very important that you not discuss the case

4 among yourselves or with anybody else during this recess and

5 always, during any other recess of the court.

6 Don't let anybody talk about the case in your

7 presence. If anybody does so, despite your asking them not to

8 do so, please let me know of that fact without alerting your

9 fellow jurors to that fact. If you do pick up a newspaper or

10 listen to the radio over the lunch hour, be very careful just

11 in case there are any reports of the case. All right, Ms.

12 Cihak will escort you now.

13 (Jury leaves courtroom.)

14 THE COURT: We'll be in recess until 1:30.

15 MR. ZUBROD: Thank you.

16 (A luncheon recess was taken.)

17 THE COURT: Mr. Zubrod.

18 MR. ZUBROD: Thank you, Your Honor.

19 BY MR. ZUBROD:

20 Q. Mr. Banks, we're going to now consider the two telephone

21 conversations involving you, Mr. Williams, and some of your

22 other associates. Just, again, the initials WRB on the

23 transcript indicate whom?

24 A. Wayne Robert Banks, me.

25 Q. DO?
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1 A. Dawan Oliver.

2 Q. DT?

3 A. Dooney Taylor.

4 Q. TW?

5 A. Terrance Williams.

6 Q. With that, let's go to -- I direct your attention to

7 Government Exhibit 69.1A, which is a telephone conversation,

8 and 69.1B, which is the transcript of that conversation. Now,

9 again, when did this -- approximately when did this telephone

10 conversation take place?

11 A. Approximately the last week of April to the first week of

12 May, within that two-week span.

13 Q. Of what year?

14 A. Of 2005.

15 MR. ZUBROD: Play it, please.

16 (Audio played.)

17 BY MR. ZUBROD:

18 Q. Now, when you said, I had a thousand already sent over

19 there, my partner is on the phone right now telling me they got

20 the initial 12 that you asked for, man, that's 22, to what are

21 you referring?

22 A. That's $2200 that's in hand for them to take care of the

23 necessary expenses to give to Jessica's -- well, 1200 was to

24 give to Jessica's mother, and I just had an extra thousand for

25 whatever expenses that came up after he gave the 1200 to


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1 Jessica's mother to keep her from testifying in Florida to the

2 grand jury.

3 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Please continue. Your Honor, I

4 request that the jurors indicate to the Court whether or not

5 their headsets are working. If someone is not working, we need

6 to know now.

7 THE COURT: Jurors, are you able to hear with the

8 headsets? Is there anybody -- if you would raise your hand --

9 anybody who cannot hear?

10 MR. ZUBROD: Please continue.

11 (Audio played.)

12 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

13 BY MR. ZUBROD:

14 Q. Where you say, We just want to talk to her, man -- or where

15 Mr. Taylor says, We just want to talk to her, man, smash that

16 on down, whatever happens, man, we just want to smash that and

17 show her good faith, what do you understand that to mean?

18 A. He's talking about the $1200 that she says she needed for

19 her mortgage. Her mortgage was in arrears $1200, and we wanted

20 to give her the $1200 and just -- you know, make sure that she

21 got the 1200, make sure her problems are solved so now she can

22 focus on keeping Jessica from testifying at court in Florida.

23 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

24 (Audio played.)

25 MR. ZUBROD: Stop. Well, no, keep going. I'm sorry.


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1 (Audio played.)

2 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

3 BY MR. ZUBROD:

4 Q. Now, in that statement, you said three things, The money is

5 in hand here, everything is in place. Then you said, The MF

6 ain't said nothing under oath, that ain't no perjury going out,

7 you know, the MF right now ain't facing nothing, man, but a

8 falsification and at the worst-case scenario. And, finally,

9 30, 60 days that might be at stake, man, as opposed to all

10 these years of my MF young natural life. What did you mean by,

11 Money is in hand, everything is in place?

12 A. Meaning we have the $1200, we have the $1200 that he

13 requested, that, you know, Terrance told us that the mother

14 needed to pay her mortgage payment off. And the money is in

15 hand, meaning the guys on the phone at the time with us, Dooney

16 Taylor and Dawan Oliver, they both put 600 apiece, and I was

17 just saying that if she hadn't made any statements yet to the

18 federal prosecutors or to the federal agents, then she hasn't

19 committed a federal crime because she hasn't said anything at

20 all, she hasn't lied to them, so they can't charge her with

21 nothing.

22 If she only made a false statement -- or the statement

23 she made to the Escambia County Sheriff's Department, we wanted

24 her to tell them that that was a false statement, to recant

25 that statement and say that she initially lied, so if she


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1 initially lied, they could charge her with falsification.

2 Q. And what would that get her, in your opinion?

3 A. If they charged her with falsification, it may be 30, 60

4 days in jail, may be, it may not be, because she's only 17.

5 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Please continue.

6 (Audio played.)

7 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

8 BY MR. ZUBROD:

9 Q. What did you understand Dooney Taylor to mean when he said

10 to Mr. Williams, Just holler at that lady?

11 A. Just talk to the mother and smooth things out with the

12 mother, just explain to the mother exactly what we trying to

13 communicate to Jessica, because the whole idea is to give the

14 mother the $1200, for her to go to Florida, for her to stand

15 there and be with Jessica when she's being subpoenaed in front

16 of the grand jury. And, you know, if we communicate to the

17 mother exactly what we need to communicate to Jessica, then she

18 can go down there and make sure things go as we want them to

19 go.

20 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

21 (Audio played.)

22 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

23 BY MR. ZUBROD:

24 Q. What did you understand Mr. Williams to say when he said,

25 It's as smooth as it could be, all I've got to do is just keep,


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1 you know what I'm saying, you know, a car loaner, you know what

2 I'm saying? What did you understand that to mean?

3 A. Basically he had a rapport with the mother, and he was

4 saying that things were smoothed out with the mother, that, you

5 know, he talked to her, that Finesse had heard him talking to

6 her on the phone. They had called her three-way, and, you

7 know, Finesse heard her say that she was going to take the

8 money and then she was going to, you know, talk to Jessica and

9 make sure that Jessica didn't say anything or at least advise

10 Jessica not to say anything. So he was just saying that he had

11 the situation under control with the mother.

12 Q. Now, Finesse, you, earlier this morning, identified that as

13 DO, Dawan Oliver?

14 A. Dawan Oliver, yeah.

15 Q. So he's in on this conversation as Mr. Williams is making

16 the statement?

17 A. Yes. He was on the phone with Mr. Williams when he talked

18 to her prior to me and Dooney being on the phone. I think it

19 might have been a day before. But those three were on the

20 phone, Finesse, Terrance Williams, and the mother were on the

21 phone talking about him bringing the money over there and her

22 going to Florida and talking to Jessica and keeping her from

23 testifying.

24 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

25 (Audio played.)
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1 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

2 BY MR. ZUBROD:

3 Q. When Mr. Oliver says, Put some understanding into that

4 chick's head that you be talking to, you be calling you here

5 and there, let her know ain't nothing compared to a hundred

6 years, what did you understand that to mean? What was the

7 message that he was sending to Mr. Williams?

8 A. Dawan, he was basically telling him, when Jessica calls

9 him, because she was supposed to have been calling him, talking

10 to him every day, when he talked to her again, let her know

11 that, you know, even if she has to do 30 to 60 days, it's

12 nothing in comparison to all the time that I may get for

13 prostituting her being that she was underage. So, you know,

14 let her know that, you know, it ain't worth -- the exchange is

15 minor. I mean, what she can get compared to what I can get is

16 minor.

17 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

18 (Audio played.)

19 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

20 BY MR. ZUBROD:

21 Q. Where you say, You ain't gonna be able to, you know, put

22 her -- put your hands on her right now because of the

23 situation, but she's gonna have that opportunity to maybe talk

24 in person real fast or to get a phone call or something, what

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1 A. I'm basically saying that being that she's a juvenile in

2 custody with authorities --

3 Q. Louder.

4 A. -- him personally would not be able to sit down and talk to

5 her and have a long conversation about what she need to do, so

6 when she calls him, he might be able to get a word in edgewise

7 as far as giving her some instruction on how to handle herself

8 once she get to the federal grand jury. But mainly he's not

9 gonna have a hands-on type of situation with her, so he's gonna

10 have to finesse this through the mother, he's gonna have to

11 tell the mother how to talk to her, because, you know, he can't

12 get to her.

13 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Continue.

14 (Audio played.)

15 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

16 BY MR. ZUBROD:

17 Q. Mr. Oliver tells Mr. Williams, Tell her she's gonna have a

18 whole bunch of money waiting at home as soon as you get out,

19 soon as you gonna go -- soon as you get out, you gonna go

20 shopping, man. And Mr. Williams responded, They call me, they

21 call me every day. What was being discussed there? What did

22 you understand that to mean?

23 A. Oliver is telling him to -- you know, just to promise her

24 that it's going to be worth the consequence of her doing 30 to

25 60 or however many days she may be in jail for the


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1 falsification, if she, indeed, recant her statement to the

2 sheriff's department. And he's saying that he talks to her,

3 and when he says "they," he's referring to her.

4 Q. "He," you're referring to Mr. Williams?

5 A. Yeah, Terry Williams is saying that he talks to her every

6 day.

7 Q. So he would be able to get her the message?

8 A. Yeah.

9 Q. So it's my understanding you're not just getting money

10 together for the mother to get her to convince the daughter not

11 to testify, you're promising the daughter, Jessica, that if she

12 doesn't testify, she's going to get a whole bunch of money?

13 A. Yes.

14 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

15 (Audio played.)

16 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

17 BY MR. ZUBROD:

18 Q. When Mr. Williams says, I have to go back out, momma really

19 don't want to go anyway, and, you know, it's all my call, what

20 did you understand that to mean?

21 A. Meaning he -- I mean, she really doesn't want to -- she

22 really doesn't want to go to Florida and be there when Jessica

23 goes to the grand jury, but he's saying that if he insists that

24 she goes down there, he has some influence on her, and she will

25 listen to what he advises her to do.


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1 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

2 (Audio played.)

3 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

4 BY MR. ZUBROD:

5 Q. And when you say, Like I said from the beginning, this here

6 is a reflection of the whole game, this ain't about one man,

7 this is about everybody because this could be any of us, what

8 are you saying?

9 A. I'm basically telling him that if she tells on me, she

10 would tell on anybody else, anybody else that she was with. If

11 she tells on anybody else she was with, she may open up a whole

12 other can of worms, she get to naming, you know, my prostitutes

13 that work for me, prostitutes that work for other guys that she

14 worked for, prostitutes that she's seen in general working on a

15 lot. That can start a whole domino effect.

16 So basically, you know, if we keep her quiet now, we

17 can keep her quiet forever. But if she talks now, she may

18 continue to talk.

19 Q. So is my understanding correct that your goal was not

20 simply to get you out of jail, but it was to protect the

21 organization for whom you were a partner?

22 A. Yeah, it was to protect us all, you know, because she knew

23 a lot about me, she knew a lot about people she had been with,

24 and, you know, other people. Because, you know, if -- she knew

25 a lot about most of the defendants and I, and myself.


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1 Q. And is that why not only these gentlemen were involved in

2 trying to get her away from testifying or to change her

3 testimony, but Mr. Maes was involved, Mr. Robinson was

4 involved, Silk and Prince, for the same reason?

5 A. Yes.

6 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

7 (Audio played.)

8 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

9 BY MR. ZUBROD:

10 Q. When you said, If it had been me, I would have been

11 personally trying to see about it, because I know that is a

12 reflection of me, I would have put it down just the way you are

13 doing, what did you mean by that?

14 A. Assuming that he's doing everything he's saying he's doing

15 as far as talking to the mother, as far as talking to Jessica,

16 telling Jessica it's not cool to testify against me, that he's,

17 you know, operating according to, you know, the understanding

18 that we're trying to get. I'm telling him that if the shoe was

19 on the other foot, I would be doing the same thing. If it was

20 him in there, I would be doing the same thing, if he was in

21 jail and I was on the streets and I had Jessica and she had

22 came back to me after she left him.

23 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

24 (Audio played.)

25 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.


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1 BY MR. ZUBROD:

2 Q. When she said -- he said, It's convincing, they don't want

3 to go, chances of her mother going, zero, going where?

4 A. I believe at the time they were also trying to get the

5 mother to testify or to get the mother to make statements to

6 the FBI as to what she knew of the activities of Jessica's

7 prostitution and who she had been with.

8 So the mother -- what he was saying, the mother

9 definitely didn't want to cooperate with them, but at the same

10 time, I don't believe the mother wanted to come to Florida,

11 too. And he was saying, you know, that he had the situation

12 under control, that, you know, it was going -- you know, he was

13 going to get it to come out the way that we wanted it to come

14 out.

15 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

16 (Audio played.)

17 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

18 BY MR. ZUBROD:

19 Q. If the mother is there, and then it says, Momma, I want you

20 there, please, to be my backbone, 'cause she already doing what

21 I say don't do. And the momma going to say she ain't got to

22 testify if she don't want to. What is Mr. Williams saying to

23 you?

24 A. He's saying that she's basically afraid because she's alone

25 down there.
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1 Q. That's Jessica?

2 A. Yeah, Jessica. And she wants her mother to be a back --

3 you know, to be her backbone, to be, you know, her strength and

4 encouragement. She wants her mother's presence there with her

5 while she's dealing with the grand jury process and dealing

6 with the debriefings with the FBI.

7 And he's saying that she's already doing what he told

8 her to do, which was to stand up and not talk, not cooperate

9 with the federal authorities. And, you know, he's saying that

10 the mother -- if the mother tell her she don't have to testify,

11 then she's not going to do that. I mean, if the mother, you

12 know, advises her, you don't have to testify, she won't

13 testify, she's more inclined to believe her mother.

14 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

15 (Audio played.)

16 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

17 BY MR. ZUBROD:

18 Q. What did he mean when he said, I'm in the middle?

19 A. He's in the middle. He's the only way we have of

20 communicating with the daughter and with the mother. He's the

21 only access we have to either one of them, so if we can't --

22 you know, if we can't get this done through him, then we can't

23 get it done at all.

24 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

25 (Audio played.)
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1 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

2 BY MR. ZUBROD:

3 Q. What is Mr. Oliver reemphasizing to Mr. Williams?

4 A. He's saying that, you know, as long as she doesn't, like I

5 said, testify at the grand jury and lie at the grand jury --

6 like, the whole thing is, if she tells the state authorities

7 that she lied the first time she made the report, then she

8 turns around and goes to the federal grand jury and tells them

9 any type of story whatsoever, she can get charged with perjury.

10 So if she don't do none of that, if she just tell the

11 state authorities that she lied in the beginning and leave it

12 at that and take the Fifth at the grand jury, she might only do

13 60 days for falsification, for falsifying a report, and get

14 out.

15 Q. And the big ole homecoming present that Mr. Oliver is

16 referring to?

17 A. Meaning, you know, we would have something in store for

18 her, money or something of material value.

19 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

20 (Audio played.)

21 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

22 BY MR. ZUBROD:

23 Q. Okay, I just want to make sure that I've got this right.

24 On the one hand you're saying, take the Fifth, and on the other

25 hand you're saying, make a false statement. What does the


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1 "take the Fifth Amendment" refer to?

2 A. Take the Fifth Amendment with the federal grand jury.

3 Q. And the falsification?

4 A. And the falsification is for the state.

5 Q. And what did you understand Mr. Williams to say -- to mean

6 when he said, That's what I'm sitting here teaching?

7 A. I mean, I understood it that that's -- from the time he had

8 her, from the time from March 20th, from the time she left

9 Pensacola and got back with him, that he was lacing her up

10 accordingly, that he was telling her that, you know, if they

11 come up with you, if they get you out here working or whatever,

12 that, you know, this is what you have to do while you there.

13 And, also, while he's talking to her on the phone,

14 he's reiterating that fact, that now that they got you, you

15 just have to plead the Fifth and tell them you was lying about

16 the state charges.

17 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Continue, please.

18 (Audio played.)

19 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

20 BY MR. ZUBROD:

21 Q. When you said, I already got a thousand over there that

22 Silk got of mine, what are you saying there?

23 A. I have a thousand dollars that was sent to Silk from some

24 other partners of mine.

25 Q. Silk is Franklin Robinson, again?


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1 A. That's Franklin Robinson. I have a thousand dollars that

2 he's holding on to for me for whatever purposes we may need

3 with this situation, if she needs a lawyer, if the mother needs

4 some more money, you know, whatever to get these people in

5 compliance to what we trying to get done.

6 (Audio played.)

7 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

8 BY MR. ZUBROD:

9 Q. What do you mean when you said, I can call you back and

10 give you a script?

11 A. A script is just, basically, identity, identification.

12 It's normally used in regards to a falsification, like a false

13 ID for a girl that may be underage or a girl that got warrants

14 and want to hide her name if the police -- if she's ever

15 arrested. So when I told him I would give him a script, I mean

16 I would give him the identification of whatever attorney I find

17 in the phone book and that we can hire for the purposes of

18 standing there with her for the grand jury.

19 Q. So what would be the purpose of the script to give it to

20 the attorney?

21 A. The purpose would be -- no, I would give the script, the

22 identification of an attorney from the Pensacola area to Terry,

23 because I'm in Pensacola, they're in Ohio or somewhere else,

24 and I can look it up in the phone book, find an attorney that

25 can stand in, that's a local attorney, and I'm going to send
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1 him -- I'm going to give him the information when I call him

2 back tomorrow. So the script is whatever lawyer I get.

3 Q. That's the information that you're going to pass on to

4 them?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. So they can come up with the money?

7 A. So they can give the lawyer the money.

8 MR. ZUBROD: Okay. Go ahead, please.

9 (Audio played.)

10 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

11 BY MR. ZUBROD:

12 Q. What did you understand that to mean when he said -- where

13 Dooney Taylor says, All I'm saying is, can't we just talk to

14 her, if she says things are cool, we'll let her know everything

15 is cool, we just want to holler at her, and Mr. Williams

16 responds, You all can, I might have to call you when I'm with

17 her, get her to call on the three-way or some kind of hook,

18 we've got to do something, you know what I mean? What did you

19 understand that to mean?

20 A. Basically we didn't just want to give Terrance the money.

21 He could be saying that she says she needed the money, but he

22 could need the money himself. He could be using it for

23 personal reasons. So we wanted to actually -- somebody to

24 actually verify that she did get the $1200, that she was the

25 one that needed it, and that, you know, in addition to her
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1 getting the $1200, the understanding would be, this is why we

2 giving you the money, we need you to go to Florida, we need you

3 to talk to Jessica, you know, and tell Jessica not to say

4 anything and, you know, just to comply with what we trying to

5 put together here, and then everybody will come out happy.

6 Q. Did they want to try to convince her, the mother? Is that

7 why they wanted to talk to her?

8 A. Yeah, they wanted to make sure that, you know, the message

9 gets across to her and that, you know, he don't just take the

10 money and do something else, so they want to talk to her. We

11 want to get hands-on with her. Since I can't talk to her, one

12 of them need to talk to her.

13 Q. Now I want to direct your attention to the second telephone

14 call identified as Government Exhibit 69.2A and the

15 accompanying transcript, 69.2B. Okay, again, these are -- just

16 a moment. These are the same individuals that are talking on

17 the phone identified by the same initials?

18 A. Yes. TW is Terrance Williams, DT is Dooney Taylor, and WRB

19 is me.

20 Q. And this is some days later?

21 A. Yeah, this is maybe two days later, two or three days

22 later.

23 MR. ZUBROD: Go ahead.

24 (Audio played.)

25 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.


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1 BY MR. ZUBROD:

2 Q. Okay, what are you saying with Mr. Williams here?

3 A. I'm saying that I talked to -- I had state charges in the

4 beginning and I hired an attorney for the state charges that I

5 had. I wasn't charged federally yet. And the state attorney I

6 talked to advised me that if the girl hasn't made any

7 statements to the federal grand jury and she hasn't made any

8 statements to any federal authorities, period, then all she had

9 to do was plead the Fifth and, you know, recant the statements

10 that she made to the state.

11 Now, they may say, well, we're going to charge you

12 with falsification, but, okay, I was lying, I'll take that, I

13 was lying, I don't want to prosecute somebody for the wrong

14 thing, something that they didn't do.

15 Q. Okay. So when Mr. Williams said, She's saying that the

16 girl won't even get a charge, you're correcting him when you're

17 saying she won't get a charge federally, but she will get a

18 charge with the state for falsification?

19 A. Yeah, she could get a falsification, but she can't get a

20 federal charge.

21 MR. ZUBROD: Go ahead.

22 (Audio played.)

23 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

24 BY MR. ZUBROD:

25 Q. Now, when Mr. Taylor says to Mr. Williams, Tell the woman
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1 we'll shoot her some dollars or something, plus I've got

2 something for you, I've got an ole broad or something for you,

3 what was he saying?

4 A. He was saying that --

5 Q. Speak up, please.

6 A. He was saying that him and Finesse had -- it was $1200 that

7 she needed. They both gave $600 apiece. And he was going to

8 make sure she got the money. And he was saying that, you know,

9 he had a broad that maybe Terry could interview for the

10 purposes of, you know, maybe knocking her off, to get her to

11 work for him.

12 Q. So there was a pay-off not only for Jessica, not only for

13 Jessica's mother, but also for Mr. Williams --

14 A. Yes.

15 Q. -- for doing this?

16 A. Yes.

17 (Audio played.)

18 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

19 BY MR. ZUBROD:

20 Q. You keep calling him "P." What do you mean by "P"?

21 A. "P" is just an abbreviation for pimp. It's like saying,

22 hey, pimpin', but it just be --

23 Q. And it's not going to be more than 500 to a thousand, what

24 does that mean?

25 A. Meaning that the attorney fee for standing in for grand


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1 jury, that fee should be no more than -- all we want her to

2 do -- all we want the attorney to do is to represent her at the

3 grand jury. That shouldn't cost no more than $500 to a

4 thousand dollars.

5 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

6 (Audio played.)

7 BY MR. ZUBROD:

8 Q. What are you saying there -- what is Dooney Taylor saying

9 there? The state can't press her if she's somewhere else to

10 get her, the feds, they can fly you anywhere in the world.

11 A. Meaning that the state don't have jurisdiction in -- the

12 State of Florida don't have jurisdiction in any other part of

13 the country, and they don't have the long arm of the federal

14 government. So, you know, as long as she's not in Florida, she

15 stays in California or even in Ohio, she's so far away that

16 they can't get to her. They can't send their investigators to

17 talk to her. But the federal government, if she opens her

18 mouth to them, you know, once she does that, there's really

19 nowhere she can hide because they will ship her from anywhere.

20 MR. ZUBROD: Continue.

21 (Audio played.)

22 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

23 BY MR. ZUBROD:

24 Q. When you say that when my lawyer goes to file and no one is

25 there, when we go into court and she filed for an oral


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1 dismissal, what did you mean by that?

2 A. Meaning that if she doesn't testify at the grand jury, if

3 she pleads the Fifth, pleads the Fifth when she go to the grand

4 jury, the feds really have no -- they can't indict me. They

5 will have nothing to indict me on, so she may be released.

6 Once she's released and they know that she's not

7 cooperating, when my lawyer files for a deposition hearing

8 against the witness, she doesn't appear to the deposition

9 hearing, then without her testimony, without her there to back

10 up the story that she initially gave them, the charges should

11 be dropped. I mean, I should be able to get out of jail.

12 MR. ZUBROD: Continue, please.

13 (Audio played.)

14 MR. ZUBROD: Stop.

15 BY MR. ZUBROD:

16 Q. When he says, Mr. Williams says, That's what I've been

17 shooting at them, because I've been through all this kind of

18 stuff, what did you understand that to mean?

19 A. I understand that to mean that he's been telling her to

20 plead the Fifth, that he's been telling her to do exactly as we

21 want her to do, and that things, it should work out exactly the

22 way we want it to work out.

23 MR. ZUBROD: Go ahead.

24 (Audio played.)

25 BY MR. ZUBROD:
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1 Q. Mr. Banks, I want to show you Government Exhibit 75.9. Who

2 is that individual?

3 A. Aquarius. We call him Large.

4 Q. Is that the defendant Atlas Aquarius Simpson?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. A defendant in this case?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. And who is Mr. Simpson?

9 A. He's a cab driver in Harrisburg.

10 Q. How do you know him?

11 A. He used to take the girls out on the lot. He used to pick

12 the girls up, run them on errands.

13 Q. Why didn't the pimps just drive the girls to the truck

14 stops themselves?

15 A. Well, we don't drive out on the truck stops because we

16 don't want to be detected.

17 Q. And did Mr. Simpson perform any other services for you?

18 A. Yes. He took the girls to get something to eat, he took

19 them to the Laundromat, he took them to the mall, he bonded

20 them out of jail. He warned us, you know, about police being

21 out on the lot. Say if he dropped another guy's girls off

22 before he picked my girls up and he seen the police out there,

23 he might tell me, hey, man, the police was out there when I

24 dropped them other girls off, so, you know, I might wait a few

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1 Q. And one further question, and that is, when Jessica

2 Klempner was arrested, did she use an alias?

3 A. Yes.

4 Q. What alias?

5 A. Angela Pitt.

6 Q. And where did she get that?

7 A. She got it from Derek Maes.

8 MR. ZUBROD: May I have a moment, Your Honor?

9 THE COURT: Yes.

10 BY MR. ZUBROD:

11 Q. Now, you said other people involved with this were Kory

12 Barham, Derick Price, Mr. Dooney. Did they have any reason to

13 help you? I mean, had they prostituted Jessica Klempner?

14 A. No, they hadn't prostituted Jessica Klempner, but, I mean,

15 they would help me on the strength that they was my pimp

16 partners.

17 Q. Okay. Now, you said that you had contact with Mr. Hayes

18 while you were in prison. What did Mr. Hayes do?

19 A. I had contact with Mr. Hayes maybe one --

20 Q. Did he send you anything?

21 A. Yeah, maybe one time before I was -- like, before I pled

22 guilty and before I was sentenced, we had just general

23 conversation about what I was going through. And he had heard

24 that the girl wasn't with -- had got out and got with another

25 pimp, and he was just saying that hopefully she's with an


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1 international pimp because she's going to need to move across

2 country.

3 Q. My question is, did he give you anything?

4 A. Oh, later on, like, after I was sentenced, yeah, he sent me

5 a couple hundred dollars, you know, for commissary or whatever.

6 Q. Okay. And do you know why he did that?

7 A. He did that on the strength that we was partners.

8 MR. ZUBROD: No further questions.

9 CROSS-EXAMINATION

10 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

11 Q. Mr. Banks, you've been in this business since what, 2001?

12 A. I turned out when I was 16, night before.

13 Q. And that's been your primary source of income since that

14 time?

15 A. No.

16 Q. You've had other legitimate employment?

17 A. No, I've had -- I've done other criminal things. I haven't

18 had legitimate employment.

19 Q. Now, you talked about your pimp partners, and you talked

20 about your relationship with them. Now, a pimp partner is

21 nothing more than a friend, an acquaintance that you have

22 that's in the same business. Isn't that right?

23 A. A pimp partner is more than a friend. A pimp partner is

24 someone that may help you bond a girl out of jail, may send you

25 some money when you're in need, may warn you about what's going
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1 on on a lot or on a track, may even assist you if you're having

2 problems on a lot or on a track.

3 A pimp partner is somebody that you pimp with,

4 somebody that you keep in touch with frequently or at least

5 enough to where you all up to date on what's going on in each

6 other's lives and assist one another whenever situations may

7 occur.

8 Q. And these are people who you meet in the course of

9 conducting your business. Is that right?

10 A. No, these are guys that you become acquainted with other

11 than just seeing in passing. These are guys that you actually

12 establish a bottom line as a friendship with, but, you know,

13 you do things for each other to keep you -- it's like, you

14 know, pimps try to stay ahead of the girls, and we try to stay

15 ahead of the law enforcement, and we try to stay ahead of

16 everything that's against us. And the only way we do that is

17 to keep each other abreast of everything and to always be there

18 for one another.

19 Q. So you will share information?

20 A. Yes, we will share information.

21 Q. How many pimp partners do you have?

22 A. Maybe ten.

23 Q. Maybe ten?

24 A. Yeah.

25 Q. Are they all named on the indictment in this case, or are


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1 there others?

2 A. Some of them are on the indictment, some of them are not.

3 Some of the guys on the indictment I was pimp partners with

4 that were pimp partners with other guys on the indictment.

5 Q. All right. Now, as a pimp, in your business, you conduct

6 your business in a variety of cities. Is that right?

7 A. Yes, I conduct -- yeah.

8 Q. And you named a number of them in your direct testimony?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. There was Atlanta, there were a number of places in

11 Florida, there was Arkansas, Detroit, Pennsylvania, many

12 others. Isn't that right?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. And you also testified as to a couple of different types of

15 places that you work at, specifically tracks, which are city

16 streets that are known to provide you with customers for your

17 business. Isn't that right?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. And also truck stops. Isn't that right?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And in the course of your experience in this business

22 traveling throughout the country, you have determined places

23 that are potentially lucrative for you to conduct your

24 business. Isn't that right?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. And you travel from spot to spot. Isn't that right?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. Now, when you go to a particular spot at a particular time,

4 you go there because you think you can make money there. Isn't

5 that right?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. You don't ask anybody's permission to go there, you simply

8 go there. Isn't that right?

9 A. No, I may not ask anybody's permission, but if I know

10 somebody there already or if I know somebody that has been

11 there already, then I will certainly call that person and get

12 the juice on that spot.

13 Q. Because that would be good for your business to have that

14 information so you could go there and maybe not waste your time

15 or at least find out what to expect before you get there.

16 Isn't that right?

17 A. Yeah. I mean, it's tit for tat. It's good for me, it's

18 good for that individual because I've been a lot of places that

19 some other people -- some of my pimp partners haven't been, so

20 it's an exchange. You know, today he may be putting me up on

21 something, tomorrow I may be putting him up on something.

22 Q. But it's smart for you to call ahead of time and get

23 whatever information you can, if you can get it?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. But you don't ask anybody's permission, you don't ask this
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1 person down there who you know, you don't say, well, can I come

2 there, will you give me permission to come?

3 A. No.

4 Q. And when you go down there, you make as much money as you

5 can and you decide when it's time to leave. Isn't that right?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. And you don't have any authority to tell somebody else who

8 is at the lot or on the track for them to leave because you've

9 arrived. Isn't that right?

10 A. No, I don't have the authority, no.

11 Q. So in this whole group of people that you're dealing with,

12 nobody has any authority over anybody else, do they? There's

13 no hierarchy?

14 A. I mean, some have the respect level higher than other

15 people. I mean, you know, you have what you call, like, a

16 reputable pimp. And what I mean by a reputable pimp is that

17 he's known, he's experienced, he's known for actually being a

18 true and correct pimp, for being a good pimp and handling

19 things the way that a pimp will handle them.

20 So that person, if he's a very known pimp, then he

21 would have the respect of a very known pimp, as opposed to if

22 I'm not known by anybody, then I'm -- you know, I'm more likely

23 not to have that respect, and if don't nobody respect me, they

24 may try me in ways that they won't try a known pimp.

25 Q. But nobody has any actual authority?


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1 A. No, nobody has any actual authority.

2 Q. And in terms of what you charge, nobody tells you what to

3 charge or what your girls should charge for the various

4 services they provide. Isn't that right?

5 A. We tell each other whether they charging -- I mean, you got

6 to understand, this has been going on a long time. This has

7 been going on -- my father is in his 50s, and his father was a

8 pimp, so prices have pretty much been the same in general

9 areas.

10 I mean, they may increase as, you know, time

11 progresses, but if I get somewhere like D.C. and everything is

12 starting at $100 on the track, then it's not good for me to go

13 out there and start at $50, so I may ask one of my pimp

14 partners, Hey, man, what's the price around here, like, what

15 they starting at? He may say, Everything is starting at a

16 hundred around here.

17 Q. So you would ask for this information because you don't

18 want to overcharge and be cut out of business and you don't

19 want to undercharge and then lose potential income. Isn't that

20 right?

21 A. I don't want to -- I don't want to -- I mean, you can never

22 overcharge. You can start high and always go low, but I don't

23 want to undercharge and be accused of undercutting and have

24 pimps, you know, ridiculing me, roasting me, man, you got that

25 girl out there charging $40 when everybody is charging a


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1 hundred dollars.

2 So the understanding is that we try to keep it, you

3 know, all the way across the board. We try to keep and make

4 sure that everybody is doing it the same way just so we can all

5 eat. I mean, because everybody can't eat if I'm out there

6 undercutting.

7 Q. But nobody has any authority to tell anybody else what to

8 charge?

9 A. No.

10 Q. You regard yourself as an independent businessman?

11 A. I regard myself as a true and correct pimp.

12 Q. Well, as a true and correct pimp, you work as an

13 independent businessman, do you not?

14 A. I work -- I work as -- I mean, my profits are my profits,

15 but I pimp according to how pimps have pimped before me and

16 according to how pimps should probably pimp after me.

17 Q. And you grew up in this tradition, you say. You grew up in

18 Toledo, and your father was in this business, your mother was

19 in this business, you have other relatives that were in this

20 business. Isn't that right?

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. And this is how you learned it?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. This is how you learned what is called "the game." Isn't

25 that right?
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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. And the game, among other things, has rules, and some of

3 the rules are the ones that you just enunciated, contacting

4 other pimps so you don't undercut them. Right?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. Sharing information about the police?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. What places are hot in terms of police activity?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. What places are good to make money?

11 A. Yes.

12 Q. And you share that information. Isn't that right?

13 A. Yes. I mean, I'm not -- I'm not going to just talk to

14 anybody, I mean, you know, me personally.

15 Q. You're going to talk to those people who you think may talk

16 back to you when the occasion warrants. Isn't that right?

17 A. I'm going to talk to people that I regard as my partners,

18 or I'm going to talk to people that I regard as, you know,

19 genuine pimps that could possibly become my partner. But I'm

20 not just going to associate myself with anybody that's out

21 there with a girl.

22 Q. Understood. So it's sort of an honor among thieves kind of

23 notion. I mean, you will act in an honorable fashion with

24 another pimp who acts in an honorable fashion with you. Isn't

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1 A. To an extent.

2 Q. You will share information with someone who you think will

3 be honorable enough to share information with you?

4 A. Yeah, I will share information with my -- listen, if I'm

5 somewhere, say, like, Ontario, California, I'm not going to

6 share that spot with somebody just because they're a pimp and

7 they may be an honorable pimp.

8 If I'm around here getting a lot of money and the bail

9 is free, the girls are not really going to jail that much, when

10 they do go to jail, they're getting out for free, I'm getting a

11 lot of money and there ain't a lot of problems around here, I'm

12 not going to tell anybody that I'm in Ontario, California,

13 eating.

14 I'm going to tell maybe a pimp partner, which would be

15 somebody that I know would do the same for me, not only will

16 they do the same for me because they want me to eat, too, but

17 this is somebody that I'm going to be pimping with and probably

18 associating with for a long time.

19 Q. This is actually a very competitive business, isn't it?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. It's a cut-throat business, isn't it?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. And in this business, nobody is your friend, are they?

24 A. Yes, you have friends. I mean, I have friends and, you

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1 Q. I say that because I have a number of statements that

2 you've given to the authorities since your arrest, one of which

3 you gave, it appears, on the 19th of July in 2005 in Pensacola,

4 Florida, where you're talking to a Special Agent Frederick

5 Taylor.

6 Among other things that you said on that date, and I

7 quote, Banks advised he met many people and various pimps while

8 he was traveling. He also learned that nobody is your friend.

9 What did you mean by that?

10 A. Meaning that a lot of the people that you may take on as a

11 friend in the beginning, you may meet a person out there that

12 you feel you have a lot in common with that you can be pimp

13 partners with, that you can travel with and kick it with. You

14 know, a lot of times the bottom line will be that they trying

15 to find a way to take advantage of you. You know, at the same

16 time they're trying to be a pimp partner to you. So I just

17 meant everything ain't always what it seems.

18 Q. But there are many disputes between you and even your pimp

19 partners, aren't there?

20 A. Of course.

21 Q. Now, who on the indictment do you regard as your pimp

22 partner?

23 A. I would say Mr. Hayes was a pimp partner, Price was a pimp

24 partner, Barham was a pimp partner, Oliver was a pimp partner,

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1 Aquarius was my cab driver. He wasn't a pimp, but he was

2 someone I employed.

3 Q. How about Mr. Oliver?

4 A. I said Mr. Oliver.

5 Q. Certainly not Mr. Williams?

6 A. He was the pimp partner of one of my pimp -- well, of a

7 bunch of my pimp partners. But, no, I didn't know

8 Mr. Williams.

9 Q. He wasn't part of any large organization that you were a

10 member of, was he?

11 A. He was partners with some of the guys I was partners with.

12 Q. And some he was not?

13 A. And some he was not.

14 Q. Now, you talked a little bit about the women who you come

15 in contact with in your business. And I think the impression

16 was, in your testimony, that you would groom these girls, you

17 would sort of lure them, recruit them, promise them things, and

18 if they crossed you, then you would use one manner of

19 discipline or another. Is that basically the impression you

20 want to leave us with?

21 A. No, no, that's not -- not if they cross you. It's just

22 that once they become a prostitute and they agree to be your

23 prostitute and they agree to be in the game, then there is a

24 certain level of expectation. I have demands and expectations,

25 and I have standards that they have to live up to. And if they
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1 go against the grain, violate any of the rules that I set

2 forth, then they could be beat up as a consequence, amongst

3 other things as a consequence.

4 Q. In your experience, rightly or wrongly, don't you run into

5 girls all the time who want to be prostitutes?

6 A. I run into girls who agree to become prostitutes after I

7 present myself, after I interview them and give them, you know,

8 a good dose of what the life is about, I mean, what's in it for

9 them, after I tell them that, you know, if they get with me,

10 they can have all the things that they been wanting.

11 Q. Has it been your experience that girls seek out pimps to

12 work for?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. So they don't need to be lured or groomed or enticed, they

15 seek out pimps. Isn't that right?

16 A. Well --

17 Q. And you've been sought out yourself, have you not?

18 A. Well, girls that's already --

19 MR. ZUBROD: Excuse me. There are two questions now.

20 I request that he be allowed to answer the first question.

21 THE WITNESS: Girls that's already prostitutes and

22 already have a dependency on being with pimps may have left a

23 pimp for one reason or another. And she may be at home and,

24 you know, being at home may be getting boring, if she has a

25 home to go to, or she just may be in the streets.


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1 And so she may have heard about another pimp while she

2 was with that pimp she was with the last time, and she may go

3 out of her way to get that pimp's number, to get some

4 information on him, and to try to get with him. So he don't

5 have to necessarily be looking for her, she could be looking

6 for him. And can you repeat the second question?

7 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

8 Q. And some girls have sought you out in particular. Isn't

9 that right?

10 A. Some girls have chosen me without me having to personally

11 campaign for them.

12 Q. And that's not unusual with other pimps, either, is it?

13 A. No.

14 Q. And girls frequently move from one pimp to another, do they

15 not?

16 A. No, that's not something that all of the girls do. That's

17 something that choosey Susies do, which are girls that don't

18 necessarily stay with one pimp, they just go from pimp to pimp.

19 But in general, you know, the idea is for a girl to get with

20 you and to stay with you.

21 Q. Well, that's the most desirable from your perspective, is

22 it not, because you have a ready and stable work force?

23 A. That's the most desirable from any pimp's perspective.

24 That's what every pimp wants. If he could have a hundred of

25 them and never leave him, that's the way he would have it.
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1 Q. But yet pimps all the time recruit from other pimps?

2 A. Yes. I mean, you know, of course you're going to be

3 testing another girl's loyalty to that pimp. You're going to

4 be testing another pimp's game, how tight his game is. It's

5 just, you know, the thrill of the challenge.

6 It's just -- you know, it's just part of the game.

7 It's like, you know, let me see if I can knock this dude. Or,

8 if I like her enough, I may have enough things to tell her

9 about herself, what I like about her, and she may like what she

10 hears. She may want to come with me. She might not intend to

11 leave him, but, you know, I might have just made an impression

12 on her.

13 Q. And that's part of the game, is it not?

14 A. It's part of the game to knock one another.

15 Q. "Knock" means steal a girl from another pimp?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. And all pimps try to do that, don't they?

18 A. All pimps try to do that.

19 Q. And many of the girls that worked for you at one point or

20 another worked for some other pimp before coming to you. Isn't

21 that right?

22 A. No. Most of the girls I had I turned out.

23 Q. You turned out?

24 A. Yeah, meaning I turned them out, meaning I introduced them

25 to the life, meaning I was the first pimp they was with. The
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1 majority of the girls I've had, I turned out.

2 Q. Okay. You've lost some girls, though, over time, haven't

3 you?

4 A. Yes, some of the girls that I've turned out have gotten

5 with other pimps.

6 Q. And girls that move from one pimp to another, they're not

7 uniformly beaten by the last pimp that they leave before they

8 go to the new one, are they?

9 A. I mean, that's not always the reason, but sometimes it is,

10 sometimes it's not. They have a variety of reasons why they

11 leave from one pimp to another.

12 Q. But it's not the rule in your game that if a girl leaves

13 you and chooses up with somebody else that she's going to be

14 drug back and beaten by you?

15 A. No. Once she leaves me and gets with somebody else and I

16 get served for her -- now, if I don't get served, if a guy gets

17 my girl today and he doesn't serve me, then, yeah, I have all

18 the rights to go do what I want to do to her. So if I catch

19 her on the track later on at night and she didn't gave somebody

20 else the money and supposed to be with them now, yeah, I can

21 snatch her up off the track and beat her up for trying to leave

22 me.

23 Q. And that's just part of the protocol of your business.

24 Right?

25 A. That's just -- you know, that's just the way that -- some
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1 pimps will let it go and let her be about that, but me

2 personally, I probably would have to, you know, at least try to

3 get her to come back.

4 Q. But you have the right to persuade any person, whether

5 she's working for you or on the street, to try to work for you

6 if you can. Right?

7 A. Yeah.

8 Q. But I just want to correct any misimpression here that if

9 you or some other pimp have a girl working for you and she

10 decides to retire or work for another pimp, I mean, you're not

11 going to go out and drag her back by a chain and beat her, are

12 you?

13 A. No. As long as I've been served for her, then I don't have

14 any issue with it. But if I haven't been served, if I haven't

15 been served for her, maybe she stole something from me.

16 Q. And then you haven't been put on notice that she's working

17 for somebody else?

18 A. Exactly.

19 Q. So there is free mobility by the girls in this business

20 between pimps. Correct?

21 A. Yeah.

22 Q. As long as the service thing is adhered to?

23 A. The only choice that they do have when they're with you is

24 to get with another pimp. You know, she always has a choice to

25 get with another -- she never just has to be with you and only
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1 you. She can get with another pimp, but she has to do that by

2 fee. And she has to sneak away to do that. She can't tell

3 you, I'm going to go choose him.

4 Q. But there's a certain civility about this, isn't there?

5 A. Yeah, we try to be, you know, hands-off. We try to be

6 respectable. We try to be civil, yeah.

7 Q. And this is kind of an unwritten code in your business that

8 people sometimes adhere to, this rule of service and other

9 things? It's just kind of an unwritten rule, unwritten code of

10 rules that maybe distinguish an honorable pimp from one who is

11 not so honorable?

12 A. Are you asking me is there a code, is there an unwritten

13 code?

14 Q. There's an unwritten code, isn't there?

15 A. Yes. I mean, it's a game that's passed down from

16 generation to generation, from one pimp to another, on how to

17 conduct yourself as a pimp.

18 Q. And I believe in an interview you gave to the Toledo Blade

19 on Saturday, April the 21st -- actually, it was an article

20 published Sunday, May the 14th of last year, you're quoted as

21 saying that, A true and correct pimp is one of principle.

22 There is a code of honor that embodies character,

23 understanding, integrity, respect, and goals. Ultimately a

24 pimp is a gentleman, one of leisure, a lover, friend, and

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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. And you consider yourself one of those. Isn't that right?

3 A. Yes, I consider myself to be a gentleman. I mean, I'm only

4 un-gentlemanly when I'm pushed to that extent. And I consider

5 myself, if I have a girl, to be everything that she would

6 desire me to be. All the things that may be missing in her

7 life, I try to fulfill those voids, but at the same time I make

8 it understood that once I give you these instructions and once

9 you understand the rules and regulations to what I'm telling

10 you, then, you know, you're expected to adhere to that. If you

11 don't, then, you know, the consequences could be severe.

12 Q. You make a deal with them?

13 A. No, I don't make a deal with them.

14 Q. They agree to work for you, you tell them what the rules

15 are, and then you have an agreement. If they agree to that,

16 they work for you, they obey the rules, or they can simply say,

17 well, I'm not interested, and go somewhere else?

18 A. We just get an understanding. I wouldn't say it's a deal.

19 Q. You don't capture them and hold them in bondage, do you?

20 A. No, of course not, no.

21 Q. Now, these girls that come to you frequently lie about

22 their age, do they not?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. Sometimes you don't know how old they are, do you?

25 A. Sometimes. Well, sometimes I may get that I'm 16 or I'm


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1 17, about to be 18, when really she's 15 or 14 or 13. I've

2 been told -- you know, I've been told that some were 15 and 16

3 when they were actually 12.

4 Q. But it's not unusual for them to lie?

5 A. No.

6 Q. And that's because, at least in their mind, you may be

7 inclined to reject them as potential workers because of their

8 age?

9 A. In part, yeah.

10 Q. So they exaggerate their age in order to maximize the

11 opportunity to work for you or someone like you. Isn't that

12 right?

13 A. Yeah.

14 Q. Let's talk about some of the people you say are your pimp

15 partners, specifically some of the ones that were named in the

16 indictment. Silk, Franklin Robinson, I believe you named him

17 as one of your pimp partners. Is that right?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. Now, isn't it true that in a statement that you gave to

20 Special Agent Frederick Taylor back in -- it looks like June or

21 July of last year, you said --

22 MR. ZUBROD: Your Honor, I'm going to request that the

23 witness be allowed to look at the statement to see if, in fact,

24 he did say that.

25 THE COURT: Do you have the statement there,


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1 Mr. O'Connell?

2 MR. O'CONNELL: Yes.

3 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

4 Q. I would direct your attention, Mr. Banks, to the last

5 sentence of the second paragraph, the statement which appears

6 to be an FBI memorandum that has a date of July 19th, 2005, at

7 the top and ask you to read that last sentence.

8 MR. ZUBROD: What page are we looking at?

9 MR. O'CONNELL: Of your Jencks, 1306.

10 MR. ZUBROD: What page are we looking at?

11 MR. O'CONNELL: 1305, I'm sorry.

12 THE WITNESS: The last sentence reads, Banks advised

13 he never trusted Silk anyway. Silk is the kind of person that

14 when you meet him, you just have a bad feeling about him, bad

15 vibes.

16 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

17 Q. And did you say that?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. You never trusted him, he's the kind of person that you

20 have bad vibes about. That's a correct statement that you made

21 at that time?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. Now, isn't it also true that on the 27th of June of 2003,

24 in Inkster, Michigan, you were arrested, were you not?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. And you were arrested in the course of conducting your

2 business?

3 A. I was arrested for driving under suspension.

4 Q. All right. But that's what you were up there in Michigan

5 doing. Right?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. Conducting your business. And you had a prostitute at the

8 time by the name of Garza, G-a-r-z-a. Is that right?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. And she tried to bail you out by earning some money. Is

11 that what happened?

12 A. No, she -- well, the pimps were supposed to bail me out.

13 But she made the money and gave it to them to come get me, but

14 they never came and got me out.

15 Q. So she gave the money to a pimp by the name of Cashmere.

16 Is that right?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. And he kept the money?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. That would certainly be in violation of the pimp code.

21 Isn't that right?

22 A. That would be against the grain if he considered himself to

23 be my pimp partner. It's not necessarily against the code of

24 pimping.

25 Q. Was he your pimp partner?


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1 A. No.

2 Q. Anyway, while he kept that money that was meant to get you

3 out of jail, isn't it true that Franklin Robinson tried to

4 steal Garza while you were in jail, steal her from you?

5 A. Yes. But at the same time he sent some money up to

6 Michigan to help get me out of jail.

7 Q. Certainly stealing somebody's prostitutes while they're in

8 jail wouldn't be consistent with the pimp code or with your

9 pimp partners' expected behavior, would it?

10 A. No. Actually, I hadn't never met Franklin Robinson at that

11 time. I had only talked to him on the phone maybe once.

12 Q. When did you meet Mr. Robinson?

13 A. I met Mr. Robinson in 2003 after that incident in

14 Youngstown, Ohio.

15 Q. But even so, in 2005, you'll admit that you never had a

16 good feeling about this guy and you never trusted him?

17 A. Yeah, but I mean --

18 Q. Is this one of the reasons?

19 A. Yeah, that was one of the reasons. But it was still in my

20 interest to allow him to be a pimp partner of mine because he

21 had a lot of information about what was going on, so I could

22 benefit more from him being a pimp partner than I could just

23 not -- disassociating myself from him.

24 So even though he was trying to steal her -- even

25 though he was trying to steal her, I didn't have no


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1 insecurities about her wanting to leave me and go and be with

2 him, so it didn't bother me that he tried to steal her. I just

3 knew, like, okay, I can't let him get too close, but at the

4 same time I can indulge in this partnership with him because I

5 can gain something from being associated with him. I can gain

6 more than I can lose.

7 Q. You didn't trust him, you didn't care for him, but he was

8 of some use to you because occasionally he had valuable

9 information?

10 A. Well, he was of some use to me because, you know, like the

11 Western Union receipts show, he sent me money when I was fresh

12 out of jail and broke and down on my luck. I mean, he's a

13 pimp, so -- you know what I mean, he's the type of pimp that

14 does underhanded things, but he's still a pimp, so, yeah, he

15 was of use to me.

16 Like I say, he helped me get out of jail before up

17 there. He sent me money when I was down on my luck. We would

18 discuss problems that might have been happening with other

19 girls and giving me advice, told me about spots I could work.

20 Or when I get to a spot -- like, when I came to Harrisburg, he

21 had been here before, so, you know, putting me up on the

22 shopping district and just a lot of things. So I feel like

23 what I could gain from being associated with him was more than

24 what I would lose from being associated with him.

25 Q. So if you could use him in some fashion, you'll tolerate


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1 his being around. Is that right?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. I'd like you to read another excerpt from that same

4 interview that you gave to the FBI back in July of 2005. I'd

5 like you to read the last paragraph to the jury.

6 A. You want me to read the last paragraph?

7 Q. The last paragraph on that page.

8 A. Banks advised his girls never try to recruit prostitutes

9 from other pimps he regarded as his pimp partners. Banks

10 expected his pimp -- his partners to abide by the same policy.

11 It goes against the pimping code. He would again find out that

12 Silk was a cut-throat mother fucker.

13 Q. Those are your words?

14 A. Yes.

15 Q. Your pimp partner you describe as cut-throat?

16 A. Well, he was my pimp partner up until -- up until I got

17 arrested. But we're grown men. We have a right to -- we agree

18 that we have the right to disagree. So my perspective of how

19 he should have conducted himself as my pimp partner was

20 different from his perspective of how he should have conducted

21 himself as my pimp partner.

22 He was more in the mind that, hey, if I'm pimping and

23 it's no big issue, I know that -- I understand that these girls

24 come and go, then I shouldn't be too mad about him trying to

25 knock one of my girls. But I was more so in the mind that if


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1 you're truly, truly my partner, meaning that if it's in your

2 heart to always see me want to do well, to always want to be in

3 my best interest, then you wouldn't be trying to knock one of

4 my girls. But he was a partner to me, nevertheless. He was

5 there when I needed him, and I was there when he needed me.

6 Q. What does it mean to break another pimp's prostitute?

7 A. It means when she's been caught out of pocket or, you know,

8 she's loose and -- you know, you may have -- she may have been

9 reckless eyeballing or she may have, you know, been talking to

10 another pimp that wasn't her pimp, you could break her for the

11 money that she has earned that night from prostitution or you

12 could break her of anything of value.

13 Q. One would not normally break a prostitute of a pimp

14 partner, would they?

15 A. No.

16 Q. But yet Mr. Robinson did that to you, did he not?

17 A. Yes. He attempted to break on a girl that I had. And when

18 I got there, he tried to explain it as if he didn't really know

19 that that was my girl. When I pulled up on the scene --

20 because my girls were leaving the track early morning. They

21 said they hadn't seen one of my girls, so they called me and

22 said, well, she hasn't made it to the truck yet.

23 So I went back. I was riding with other pimps. We

24 drove back down to the track. I located her. When I located

25 her, Silk was breaking on her. He had her kind of by the arm,
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1 and he was going in her purse.

2 I jumped out of the truck and said, What are you

3 doing? He asked, Oh, is this your girl? I didn't know that --

4 "is this my pimp partner's girl" was his exact words. Then he

5 said, I didn't know that this was your girl. And I proceeded

6 to check her, and then I had a conversation with him about it.

7 It was something that I felt that he shouldn't have

8 been doing, and I felt that he did know that was my girl. So,

9 you know, I roasted him about it, and that was that.

10 Q. But this was another one of the reasons why you didn't

11 trust this man?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. And it's also what you'd expect from a pimp partner to tell

14 you about other lucrative places that you could make money.

15 Isn't that right?

16 A. You say that's what I expect?

17 Q. One would expect that from a pimp partner, he would tell

18 you where's a good place to make money?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. But Mr. Robinson was making a lot of money in Harrisburg,

21 and he never told you that, did he?

22 A. No.

23 Q. But that's something you would normally expect, isn't it?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. And that's another reason why you didn't like him and
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1 didn't trust this man. Isn't that right?

2 A. Yes. I mean, the whole thing with Mr. Robinson was that I

3 considered him initially, in good faith, to be a pimp partner

4 of mine. And maybe he, you know, just never really considered

5 me to be a pimp partner, but he done the things on the surface

6 that a pimp partner would do.

7 Like, he would do everything that you would expect a

8 pimp partner to do, but then when he didn't think you were

9 looking or you wouldn't find out, he would do all the things

10 that a pimp partner wouldn't do.

11 So, I mean, he had a thing going to where he was

12 telling me one thing but sometimes doing another. But when he

13 was doing the things that a pimp partner would do, he was

14 telling me that he was trying to be my pimp partner, he was my

15 pimp partner, but come to find out in the end that he wasn't.

16 Q. So he would pretend like things were good when they really

17 weren't?

18 A. Sometimes.

19 Q. Derek Maes is another person who was indicted here who you

20 said he was a pimp partner. Is that right?

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. Derek Maes, didn't you suspect at the truck stop, the

23 Gables in Harrisburg, that he was working with the police?

24 A. Yes.

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1 was giving sexual favors to the police. Isn't that right?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. This was a Trooper Coleman of the Pennsylvania State

4 Police. Do you recognize that name?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. And you thought that your pimp partner, Derek Maes, was

7 trading sexual favors of his prostitute to Trooper Coleman in

8 exchange for protection for his girls on that lot. Wasn't that

9 your belief?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. And you were advised, were you not, on occasion, that if

12 your prostitutes would show up at the Gables Truck Stop, that

13 Maes or his prostitute would notify the police and they would

14 come and shut it down? Wasn't that your understanding?

15 A. I was advised that sometimes he would call the police -- or

16 not him, but Storm may tell his prostitute -- Storm, she may

17 tell Officer Coleman what girls was in what truck for whatever

18 reason. Sometimes to eliminate the competition, maybe,

19 whatever, just to score brownie points with him. So, you know,

20 he did that.

21 But what it was initially, when I first heard about

22 it, he was saying that if Day Money's girls go to the truck

23 stop, that Officer Coleman and the rest of the troopers would

24 come out there. For whatever reason, like, my girls being out

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1 Q. And that certainly wasn't good for your business, was it?

2 A. Well, I didn't care. I sent them out there to get my

3 money. So they either gonna go to jail or they gonna get me my

4 money. If they go to jail, at least I know they trying to get

5 me my money, so it didn't matter.

6 Q. But Derek Maes, your pimp partner, certainly isn't making

7 it easier by calling the police, is he?

8 A. On that one, Derek Maes was going for himself.

9 Q. I'm sorry?

10 A. I said on that one there, he was going for himself.

11 Q. He was going for himself. In other words, he wasn't acting

12 as your pimp partner, he was just saying, the heck with you,

13 I'm just going to do what I need to do for myself. Right?

14 A. But at the same time, while all that was going on, he would

15 also, if it wasn't Trooper Coleman out there on the lot, if it

16 was some other cops out there on the lot or if we suspected

17 that the FBI or somebody, we didn't know exactly who, was

18 taking pictures, he would definitely call me or he would call

19 Silk. He would call somebody and let us know.

20 It's just that that's one particular arrangement

21 that -- that was a precarious situation. That was, like, kind

22 of secluded. Because while he would do what he did with

23 Officer Coleman, he would, at the same time, let us know about

24 all the other police. If any other cops went out there and was

25 trying to arrest Storm or trying to arrest all the girls out


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1 there, he would call, hey, man, you know, they out here, they

2 trying to -- you know, it's hot out on the lot. I mean, you

3 know, there are two sides to the coin all the time.

4 Q. Now, you mentioned another person who was on the indictment

5 and also charged by the name of Atlas Aquarius Simpson. You

6 described him as a taxi driver?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. Not necessarily a pimp partner, but somebody whose job it

9 was to funnel the girls from wherever they were staying to the

10 truck lot and back again so they could do their work? Yes?

11 A. Yeah. He done other things, too. I mean, he bonded the

12 girls out of jail, he notified us when the lot was hot, and he

13 ran them on errands, and he definitely took them to work.

14 Q. So he performed a valuable service for many of you from

15 time to time. Is that right?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. Weren't you advised at some point that Franklin Robinson

18 and Derek Maes had tried to persuade Mr. Simpson not to take

19 your prostitutes to the truck lot?

20 A. Yes. Altas had told me that, that -- well, at first Silk

21 had told him that he was my brother, that me and Silk was

22 brothers, but we was just partners. And then he was like, I

23 thought you and Silk was brothers? And I said, No, we just

24 partners. And he said, Well, you know, him and Derek tried to

25 tell me not to come get your girls because it was their


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1 understanding that my girls may have been creating trouble out

2 on the lot. But then, again, it was like -- it was to no avail

3 because he continued to keep taking them out there, and it

4 didn't affect me at all.

5 Q. So despite that little problem, you were able to overcome

6 that?

7 A. Of course.

8 Q. But it's certainly not helpful for you that your pimp

9 partners are trying to persuade the local cab driver to not

10 service your particular prostitutes?

11 A. I mean, like I say, in the same -- at the same time he may

12 have told Aquarius that, but he called me -- I know Silk

13 definitely called me in around the same time and, you know,

14 told me about things that was going on out on the lot, you

15 know, when it was hot. So, you know, they continued to act as

16 pimp partners towards me, but at the same time maybe they just

17 wanted me to relocate so they can get more money.

18 Q. Let's talk about Kenny Britton. He was on the indictment,

19 as well. Do you know Kenny Britton?

20 A. I know of Kenny Britton. I never met him out in the

21 streets, but I talked to him on the phone. I know who he is.

22 Q. All right. Well, you're aware that he was charged on this

23 indictment up here?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. In which you were charged as an unindicted co-conspirator?


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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. Along with Mr. Maes and Mr. Robinson, Mr. Williams,

3 Mr. Hayes and Mr. Simpson and Oliver and the rest of them.

4 Right?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. You're aware that he was charged with being a

7 co-conspirator of yours and these other individuals?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. You've heard of this guy?

10 A. I've talked to him before. I know he's a pimp.

11 Q. Did you have any -- isn't it true you hated this guy for

12 trying to recruit your prostitutes?

13 A. No, I don't hate no pimps. I don't hate nobody. I just

14 had an issue with him about him knocking on the room doors and

15 parking in front of my room, blowing the horn, calling the

16 phones, these type of things, blasting his music in front of my

17 room doors where the girls were at. And, you know, I had an

18 issue with that, and I called him, and we got the issue

19 resolved.

20 Q. I'd like to show you another excerpt from a statement that

21 you gave to the FBI in or about August of 2005. I'd like you

22 to read the first paragraph on --

23 MR. ZUBROD: What's the date of that?

24 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

25 Q. I wonder if you could read the first paragraph that appears


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1 on that page.

2 A. Kenny Britton is currently wanted on some rape case. Banks

3 advised Silk hates Britton. Banks believes Britton was trying

4 to recruit some of his prostitutes when he was out of town. At

5 one time Britton went to their hotel and was knocking on the

6 doors, phone. He was knocking on the doors, phone, and Britton

7 denied the incident. Oh, he was knocking on the doors, and

8 this occurred at the L&M Motel. Banks finally spoke on the

9 phone, and Britton denied the incident.

10 Britton has one or two white prostitutes. He is

11 referred to as Kalgon on the street. Britton works in

12 Pennsylvania a lot of the time. He may also work in

13 Youngstown, Ohio. At one point Britton drove from Toledo,

14 Ohio, to pick up Cocoa. Britton's prostitutes also confronted

15 Banks' prostitutes one night while they were working the

16 streets.

17 Q. What does that mean, that Britton's prostitutes confronted

18 your prostitutes?

19 A. They may have said something, you know, derogatory or

20 something out of the way or been messing with the prostitutes

21 while they were on the lot, other than trying to recruit them

22 to get them to go and work for Britton.

23 Q. But this is certainly not something that's helpful for your

24 business, to have something like that happen?

25 A. Like I said, we're -- you know, it's -- we're in


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1 competition with one another, but at the same time we're

2 working together to stay ahead, you know, of the prostitutes.

3 You know, we try to keep ourselves on a level higher than them

4 and ahead of law enforcement. But, no, it's not helpful to me.

5 Q. Now, with regard to my client, Terrance Williams, you never

6 met him until after your arrest. Isn't that right?

7 A. After my -- I've never met him personally, period. I never

8 met him. I only talked to him on the phone.

9 Q. Today might be the first time that you've seen him in

10 person?

11 A. I seen him since in -- since I've been incarcerated. I

12 seen him yesterday in the holding cell.

13 Q. So you guys never worked together?

14 A. Well, we worked together to try to get Jessica to keep from

15 coming to court.

16 Q. Let's talk a little bit about that. The phone call that

17 was illustrated in great detail, this was a telephone call that

18 was initiated by you. Isn't that right?

19 A. I called Dooney collect, and we called him three-way.

20 Q. And this is occurring, you think, at the last part of

21 April, first part of May of 2005. Is that right?

22 A. Yes.

23 Q. And you were arrested, what was it, the 22nd of March of

24 that year?

25 A. I was arrested March 20th, 2005.


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1 Q. So this was a month or so after your arrest?

2 A. When those calls took place?

3 Q. When these two calls took place.

4 A. Yes, a little bit after a month of my arrest.

5 Q. Now, at that time, to the best of your understanding,

6 Jessica Klempner is living up in Toledo?

7 A. No, she's in custody. She's in Escambia County. She's in

8 a detention center for juveniles.

9 Q. And where are you?

10 A. I'm in the Escambia County jail.

11 Q. Okay. And she is being detained as a material witness --

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. -- against you?

14 A. Yes.

15 Q. And you feel a certain amount of jeopardy or fear or threat

16 as a result of your situation at that time?

17 A. What do you mean do I feel jeopardy?

18 Q. Well, you're under arrest, you're facing very serious

19 charges. Isn't that right?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And you're thinking that maybe you could try to improve

22 your situation if you could somehow get her not to testify. Is

23 that your thinking?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. So you initiated this call from jail?


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1 A. I called Dooney collect, and he called him three-way.

2 Q. Now, Dooney, his last name is Taylor?

3 A. Taylor, yes.

4 Q. You know Dooney Taylor?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. But you don't know Terrance Williams?

7 A. Yes. No, I don't know Terrance Williams, but I know that

8 Dooney knows Terrance Williams.

9 Q. And that's why you get Dooney on the line. Isn't that

10 right?

11 A. I had Dooney on the line because Dooney is an older pimp.

12 He's somebody that had pimped when my father was pimping, and

13 he's somebody that know me since I was a little boy. And so

14 being that I don't know Terrance and the only experience I had

15 of dealing with Terrance was when I served him for Jessica,

16 that didn't really go too well.

17 He didn't really leave me with a good impression that

18 he was really an understanding type of pimp, seemed, you know,

19 kind of like, you know, he was just on his own thing. So I

20 called Dooney just to ensure that somebody that he knows,

21 somebody that he respects, somebody that he regards could talk

22 to him about the severity of the situation.

23 Q. So you didn't feel comfortable talking directly to

24 Mr. Williams?

25 A. Well, I didn't have Mr. Williams' number. I didn't have a


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1 rapport with Mr. Williams.

2 Q. And that's why you used Mr. Taylor as an intermediary.

3 Isn't that right?

4 A. Yeah.

5 Q. Mr. Williams had not, up to that time or any other time,

6 initiated any contact with you?

7 A. No.

8 Q. There were a couple of other people who were also on the

9 line or connected to this telephone call. One is an

10 unidentified female on the transcript and an unidentified male.

11 Who are those people?

12 A. Somebody in the background at Dooney's house. I don't

13 know.

14 Q. This isn't somebody who was on the line?

15 A. No.

16 Q. And Dawan Oliver is on?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. And even though the jury saw the excerpt that was played

19 here, there was a little bit more to that conversation that

20 preceded Mr. Williams getting on the line. You first got on

21 the line with Mr. Oliver and Dooney Taylor before they hooked

22 up with Mr. Williams. Isn't that right?

23 A. I believe I called Dooney's house first.

24 Q. And then he hooked up with Mr. Oliver?

25 A. Yeah, then we called him. Then he called --


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1 Q. You guys talked a little bit, and then you got ahold of

2 Mr. Williams?

3 A. It might have. I don't -- to my recollection, I'm not for

4 sure exactly in the order that went.

5 Q. But the whole idea was to try to impress Mr. Williams with

6 the seriousness of the situation, the importance of him trying

7 to do something that might help you in the long run. Isn't

8 that right?

9 A. No, the whole idea was to keep her from telling on me and

10 then telling on him and telling on anybody else that she may

11 know. And the reason why I say I called Dooney and I called

12 Finesse, because they're on the street. They're guys that I

13 know have regard for me, and they're guys that I know know him,

14 so therefore, you know, they can help me and him by helping us

15 resolve this issue.

16 Q. But you also knew that he had a relationship with Jessica's

17 mother that you obviously didn't have?

18 A. Exactly.

19 Q. And you thought you could exploit that ideally in some

20 fashion to benefit yourself?

21 A. Well, the whole thing of it is, is that it's not common for

22 a prostitute to tell on a pimp. So being that she told on me

23 and after she told on me, she went back to the pimp she was

24 with before me, it was his responsibility, accepting her as a

25 pimp, to make sure that she doesn't come and testify on me.
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1 That's a little bit we was talking about in the

2 conversation where I was telling him, if the shoe was on the

3 other foot, I would be doing the same thing, because she's a

4 reflection of him. Her coming and telling on me is no

5 different than him coming and telling on me himself if that's

6 his prostitute and he accepted her after the fact that she had

7 told on me. So now he's with that responsibility of keeping

8 her from coming and telling on me and possibly telling on him.

9 Q. And this was kind of a hard sell for you, it would appear,

10 based on that telephone call. I mean, he was not easily

11 accepting this situation, was he?

12 A. Well, he was saying that he was going to do it, but he was

13 going through his own problems. And at the time, you know, if

14 you're going through something else, it's hard to focus on

15 somebody else's problems. He didn't see it as a problem for

16 him because to our knowledge, she had only told on me at the

17 time. So, you know, it was possible that she could tell on

18 him, but maybe because of the closeness that they had when she

19 was with him, he didn't feel like she was going to tell on him.

20 But being that he had other problems and he was going

21 through financial problems and he was ho-less, meaning he

22 didn't have no prostitute, you know, his mind was in another

23 direction other than what I was trying to get across to him.

24 But, you know, he was receptive. I mean, he agreed, you know,

25 that it would be all in our best interest to get her not to


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1 testify against me.

2 Q. I would suggest to you that based on what I heard in the

3 conversation, he didn't see this Jessica Klempner as -- nearly

4 as much of a threat to him as she was to you?

5 MR. ZUBROD: Objection. Argumentative.

6 THE COURT: Overruled.

7 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

8 Q. Would you agree that's a fair characterization of the

9 telephone conversation?

10 A. No, I would say -- like I said, I would say that he was

11 just so stressed out about what was going on right there before

12 him, that he just wasn't giving my situation the time and

13 energy that I felt that it needed.

14 And, of course, it's more important to me because I'm

15 sitting in jail with an actual charge with her name actually on

16 the charge. But at the same time it should have been important

17 to him if it wasn't, because like I said, it was his

18 responsibility. Being that he's a pimp, this is something

19 that -- we do this with an understanding, so there's not -- I

20 mean, even if she wouldn't have told on him and he would allow

21 her to come down there and tell on me, then, you know, Dooney

22 and maybe every other pimp that know him and know me would lose

23 respect for him. So it was a situation where it could affect

24 his reputation and his credibility as a pimp, just as well as

25 he could be prosecuted if she tell on him. So he had as much


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1 to lose as I did.

2 Q. And that's what you were trying to persuade him to believe,

3 isn't that right, in the course of that conversation?

4 A. I'm just trying to -- I'm not trying to persuade him at

5 all. I'm just telling him what he needs to communicate to her

6 while he's in contact with her. So there's no persuasion to

7 it, it's just that, hey, this is what needs to be done, and,

8 you know, once this is done, everybody should walk away from

9 this happy.

10 Q. And he essentially said he felt like he was in the middle,

11 you know, between you and, what, Jessica's mother?

12 A. No, he was in the middle of the situation because he knew

13 that he was the only one that could have access to Jessica's

14 mother and therefore had access to Jessica. He was the only

15 one Jessica was calling from the detention center talking to on

16 a daily basis.

17 Q. Well, by you calling him, you put him in the middle, didn't

18 you, between your problems and Mrs. Klempner?

19 A. No, he put himself in the middle when he accepted Jessica

20 knowing that Jessica had just told on me in Florida. He knew

21 what he was dealing with when he accepted Jessica. In spite of

22 her telling -- in spite of her having, you know, told, made a

23 statement on me, wrote a statement out, being arrested, getting

24 out of jail, and going back to Toledo, in spite of all that, he

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1 So whether I called him or not, whether I would have

2 even contacted him, he probably still would have been getting

3 the same kind of information that I was trying to communicate

4 to him through the other pimps. They would have been telling

5 him the same thing, hey, man, you know, she told on him, make

6 sure she don't get down there to testify on him.

7 Q. You never gave any money to Mr. Williams, did you?

8 A. No, but I --

9 Q. You personally never gave any money to Mr. Williams, did

10 you?

11 A. No.

12 Q. Were you ever present when any money was ever given to

13 Mr. Williams by anyone --

14 A. No.

15 Q. -- in connection with this plan that you had?

16 A. No.

17 Q. When you first met this Jessica Klempner, did she tell you

18 how old she was?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. Did she lie to you about her age?

21 A. No.

22 Q. Let me ask you something else. In your business, in

23 addition to doing the streets, the tracks, and the truck stops,

24 there's also escort services or entertainment agencies that

25 some people will use. Is that right?


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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. And those are at least what would appear to be -- I don't

3 know what they call them here -- escort services where, you

4 know, people would call from their hotel when they're out of

5 town, they want girls just to come over and, you know, dance or

6 do whatever, but not necessarily sexual services?

7 A. Well, in my experience, that's rare that they didn't want

8 sexual services. I mean, sometimes on the truck stop lot they

9 didn't want sexual services, a rare situation. It happens, but

10 it's not regular.

11 Q. But there are some people in your business who will have

12 girls that will be employed by these agencies and will split

13 their take with whoever their group is?

14 A. Yeah. But if it's a legitimate business, if it's an escort

15 service or any type of dating service or a newspaper ad,

16 they're not going to promote illegal activities, so it's never

17 going to say sex for money.

18 It's never going to say -- they're going to advise you

19 that if you do -- they're going to advise the prostitute or the

20 female that signs up for it, if she does solicit somebody, then

21 she's doing that out of her own will, and that's not what the

22 company is set up for. But, you know, it's just to cover

23 themselves legally if it happens.

24 Q. And, indeed, they would advise somebody in that situation

25 that they could be terminated or not asked to return if they,


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1 in fact, were soliciting sexual services in conjunction with

2 that agency?

3 A. Yeah, if they were found to be soliciting sexual services

4 and they were arrested, then it was no reflection of the agency

5 whatsoever. They couldn't be held liable. They couldn't be

6 held legally liable or otherwise liable.

7 Q. Now, you currently have been sentenced to a 40-year

8 sentence. Is that right?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. And you are testifying here today pursuant to a plea

11 agreement. Is that right?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. I'd like to show you a document and ask if you can identify

14 this document.

15 THE COURT: Mr. O'Connell, how is it marked?

16 MR. O'CONNELL: It isn't marked at this time, Your

17 Honor.

18 THE COURT: Would you mark it?

19 MR. O'CONNELL: Certainly.

20 BY MR. O'CONNELL:

21 Q. I'm showing you what's been marked as TW1. Do you

22 recognize that?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. And what is that?

25 A. That's my plea agreement.


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1 Q. That is a written agreement between you and the Government,

2 is it not?

3 A. Yes.

4 Q. And you signed this agreement for the purpose of hopefully

5 obtaining a reduction in your current sentence. Isn't that

6 right?

7 A. Yes, in hopes that if I cooperated truthfully and

8 completely, that I could possibly receive a sentence -- a

9 sentence reduction.

10 Q. And in order to receive a reduction in your sentence, a

11 motion, which we call a substantial assistance motion, would

12 have to be filed on your behalf. Isn't that right?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. And that motion can only be filed by the Government. Isn't

15 that right?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. And if that substantial assistance motion is not filed in

18 this case, you get no reduction. Isn't that your

19 understanding?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And by "substantial assistance," is it your understanding

22 that you have to substantially assist the Government in this or

23 other prosecutions of this nature?

24 A. It was my understanding that I just had to cooperate with

25 them to the fullest of my knowledge and to the best of my


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1 ability. It was my understanding that substantial would

2 be -- the meaning of substantial would be defined by them.

3 So, I mean, they define what's substantial and what's

4 not. I can't say what's substantial. All I know is I'm

5 supposed to just cooperate fully, truthfully, and to the best

6 of my ability to the facts as they were.

7 Q. And only the Government can determine -- make the

8 assessment as to whether your cooperation has provided them

9 with substantial assistance?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Is that your understanding?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. So you are wholly dependent upon the Government in this

14 case to assess your testimony and to file or not to file this

15 motion on your behalf. Is that your understanding?

16 A. Yes. I mean, I can't do it myself, so, yes, only the

17 Government can file.

18 Q. And that, in short, is the reason that you're sitting up

19 there today and testifying, isn't it, because of this agreement

20 you have with the Government?

21 A. Well, I'm sitting here -- I've been called to testify to

22 testify to the events as they happened and to give, you know,

23 an account of what my life was as a pimp and, you know, what

24 happened when I was arrested and things that happened with

25 Jessica.
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1 Q. Prior to testifying here today, as any witness in your

2 situation, you would have spent many hours with the

3 investigators and the prosecutors in preparation for your

4 testimony here today. Isn't that right?

5 A. Yes, I've talked to them.

6 Q. On how many occasions?

7 A. I don't know. I don't know how many occasions.

8 Q. A number of occasions?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. And at great length?

11 A. Sometimes.

12 Q. And in great detail?

13 A. Yes.

14 MR. O'CONNELL: No further questions, Your Honor.

15 THE COURT: Thank you. Counsel, we'll take a

16 15-minute recess here, returning at 3:50. Ms. Cihak, would you

17 escort the jury, please.

18 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Yes, Your Honor.

19 (Jury leaves courtroom.)

20 THE COURT: We'll be in recess.

21 COURTROOM DEPUTY: Court is in recess.

22 (Recess taken.)

23 CROSS-EXAMINATION

24 BY MR. RICE:

25 Q. Good afternoon, Mr. Banks. I'm Steve Rice, and I represent


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1 Eric Hayes. You do understand why it is that you're here

2 today. Correct? Basically there are a number of charges that

3 have been filed against Mr. Hayes and Mr. Williams by a

4 superseding indictment from December of 2005. You're aware of

5 that?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. And the indictment, this document itself, is this something

8 that you're familiar with?

9 A. No, I've never seen it.

10 Q. You never actually reviewed the document?

11 A. No.

12 Q. Well, Mr. Hayes is charged with coercion and enticement.

13 Are you aware of that?

14 A. No.

15 Q. That basically he had coerced and enticed prostitutes to

16 basically have sex for money. Are you aware of that?

17 A. No, I wasn't aware of what he was charged with.

18 Q. You weren't aware that he was charged with conspiracy?

19 A. Yes, I was aware of that charge, but I didn't know the

20 other specifics.

21 Q. Okay. Basically promoting prostitution. Is that something

22 you weren't aware of?

23 A. Yes, I knew that.

24 Q. Mr. Banks, can we agree that you didn't have any written

25 agreement either with Mr. Hayes or with any other pimp about
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1 prostitution?

2 A. No, no written agreement.

3 Q. Can we agree that you didn't have any oral agreement, at

4 least with Mr. Hayes, regarding prostitution? And do you

5 understand what I mean by "oral agreement" first?

6 A. I mean, what type of agreement are you talking about?

7 Like, agreement to do what?

8 Q. You basically talked about different things that pimps did,

9 what you expected of your pimp partners. Am I correct in

10 saying that you never had any explicit oral agreement with

11 Mr. Hayes about -- and I'll use your words -- the tit for tat?

12 A. No, we didn't have any oral agreement, but --

13 Q. So the answer is no, that you did not?

14 A. No.

15 MR. ZUBROD: I'm going to ask that he be allowed to

16 answer the question.

17 MR. RICE: Your Honor, I believe that he has.

18 THE COURT: I think he did answer the question.

19 Mr. Banks, was that your answer, no?

20 THE WITNESS: I was going to give a narrative to the

21 answer.

22 THE COURT: Okay. You have something else to say?

23 THE WITNESS: Yes.

24 THE COURT: Go ahead.

25 THE WITNESS: I was going to say, even though we


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1 didn't have, like, a written agreement, we never had an oral

2 agreement, it was just like from the time that we met, he

3 showed me genuine pimp gestures and we returned that favor.

4 What I was explaining earlier, when he asked how -- or

5 one of them asked how does you become a pimp partner with

6 somebody, I mean, when I said that, you know, usually it's

7 somebody you meet with, have a good vibe with, somebody that

8 you could be a friend to.

9 So we -- you know, we was, like, one hundred -- all

10 the way up until, I'm sure, like, now, but we've been, you

11 know -- we've been all right ever since we met. So even though

12 there was no written agreement, he showed me a genuine gesture

13 by showing me something, and, in turn, I returned that favor.

14 But we never really sat down and said, well, you're going to do

15 this and I'm going to do that. We just knew that we were both

16 pimping, and we had that meeting of minds.

17 BY MR. RICE:

18 Q. Understood. The answer is that you did not have any oral

19 agreement regarding prostitution?

20 A. No.

21 Q. And I think you've already testified to this during the

22 cross-examination by Attorney O'Connell, you yourself didn't

23 have any kind of boss. Correct?

24 A. No.

25 Q. In other words, you, Mr. Hayes, some of these other people


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1 that are in the indictment didn't have someone that you report

2 to. Correct?

3 A. No.

4 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes about dividing

5 up territory. Correct?

6 A. No.

7 Q. You didn't have any oral agreement with Mr. Hayes about

8 taking control of any territory. Correct?

9 A. No.

10 Q. And that would include the Gables Truck Stop here in

11 Pennsylvania?

12 A. No.

13 Q. Not only did you not have an oral agreement, that really

14 wasn't how the pimp world worked. Right? I mean, if you

15 wanted to go to a particular territory, that's something that

16 you could do. Correct?

17 A. Yeah, you can go anywhere you want to go. It's just what

18 you're going to go through once you get there. So, I mean,

19 being that we considered each other to be pimp partners, if I

20 had been somewhere that he hasn't been before and he was to get

21 there and be going through a situation that I might be able to

22 put him up on the type of guys that's around there, we would

23 come together, whether it was by phone or whether I was in the

24 area, to resolve the issue. But we don't own no streets, we

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1 Q. Again, no agreement to divide up a territory or to take

2 control of a territory?

3 A. No.

4 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes to set prices.

5 Am I correct?

6 A. No.

7 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes to beat

8 prostitutes. Correct?

9 A. To do what?

10 Q. To beat prostitutes.

11 A. To meet prostitutes?

12 Q. I'm sorry, let me repeat the question.

13 A. Okay.

14 Q. You did not have any agreement with Mr. Hayes to beat

15 prostitutes?

16 A. Oh, beat prostitutes. No, of course not.

17 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes to entice

18 prostitutes. Correct?

19 A. No.

20 Q. You didn't have any oral agreement to bail out prostitutes.

21 Correct?

22 A. No.

23 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes to transport

24 prostitutes. Correct?

25 A. No.
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1 Q. In fact, you didn't even have an oral agreement to promote

2 prostitution in any way. Isn't that correct?

3 A. Well, we just -- like I said, we just had an understanding

4 as pimps that, you know, we would do certain things as pimp

5 gestures for one another. I mean, it was never nothing that we

6 had to sit back and discuss.

7 It's just like if you're -- you know, if you're a

8 scientist on the discovery of a new scientific invention and

9 I'm a scientist with a like mind as a scientist and I can kind

10 of see where you're going with that, I can understand when you

11 go to explain something about you're on the verge of something

12 new, a new invention. The same thing with a pimp. You know,

13 he don't have to sit back and tell me, hey, pimpin', if I get

14 in a jam, man, will you help me out. I mean, you know, it

15 would be automatic if I was a good pimp, you know, if we

16 partners.

17 So we didn't really have to sit down and talk about

18 it, but it's an understanding, that we do this with the

19 understanding -- we do this with the understanding of being

20 there for one another. We do this with the understanding of

21 trying to stay ahead of the girls in any way we can and trying

22 to stay ahead of law enforcement in any way we can. But we

23 don't sit down and come to an agreement and talk about it.

24 It's something that's passed on.

25 I mean, I talked about that particularly with Hayes,


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1 but, you know, I could have been talking with another pimp and

2 we were just talking about the idea of the courtesies we extend

3 to pimps. You know, yeah, if you got a pimp partner, man, you

4 know, these are the type of things you would do. You know, a

5 cat in jail, you know, you would get him out of jail. Or if

6 somebody is in jail and needed some assistance, they can't be

7 bonded out, then I would do whatever I can in my power to, you

8 know, get them that assistance.

9 But, you know, these are the type of things that we

10 try to embody our character with, these are -- you know what I

11 mean, but it's not something that we sit down and talk about.

12 It's automatic.

13 Q. While I appreciate your long answer, the short answer is

14 that you had no agreement to promote prostitution. Correct?

15 A. No.

16 MR. ZUBROD: Objection, Your Honor. He said he had an

17 understanding. He's asking for a legal definition of

18 agreement, and I think he's answered the question that they had

19 an understanding for that precise purpose.

20 THE COURT: Mr. Rice, would you rephrase the question,

21 please.

22 MR. RICE: I will.

23 BY MR. RICE:

24 Q. You had no oral agreement with Mr. Hayes to promote

25 prostitution. Correct?
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1 A. Again, I say we never talked about certain things.

2 Q. You never had any agreement with Mr. Hayes to divide

3 receipts from prostitution. Correct?

4 A. No.

5 Q. You never had an agreement with Mr. Hayes to basically pool

6 expenses, to basically cut costs. Correct?

7 A. No.

8 Q. You never had any agreement with Mr. Hayes regarding

9 training prostitutes. Correct?

10 A. Well, we talked about problems he may have had with

11 prostitutes, problems I may have had with prostitutes,

12 prostitutes being out of pocket, not necessarily his prostitute

13 being out of pocket with me or mine being out of pocket with

14 him, but just in regards to them doing things other than what

15 they were supposed to be doing for us and how we would respond

16 to that.

17 Hypothetically speaking -- well, actually, something

18 that took place, a conversation that took place between me and

19 Hayes is, I had a girl that was with me that got out on me, and

20 I guess she called him. But, you know what I mean, I don't

21 know how that went, but he told me about it and just was like,

22 man, you know, she just called me saying that she heard about

23 me, this and that, but she wasn't really -- sounded like she

24 was playing. You know, you might want to tighten up on her.

25 You know what I mean?


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1 So it's just -- you know, we have conversations about,

2 you know, those type of things, but, you know, I don't know if

3 you can say it's training. You know what I mean? He didn't

4 sit me down and take me through a crash course, and I didn't

5 sit him down and take him through a crash course, but we advise

6 one another, you know, to an extent, you know, about how to

7 deal with our prostitutes.

8 Q. But you never had any agreement on how you were each going

9 to train your prostitutes. Correct?

10 A. When you say "agreement," you mean, like, do you agree to

11 train your prostitute like this, do I agree to train mine like

12 that?

13 Q. I'm sorry if I'm not being specific enough.

14 A. Yeah.

15 Q. Did you ever have a conversation where both of you said,

16 hey, this is the way that we're going to do it?

17 A. No, not at one time. One conversation he might have told

18 me something about, you know, what I needed to do with my

19 prostitute, and then another conversation I might have said --

20 gave him advice on, you know, what to do in a situation he was

21 going through with a prostitute.

22 Q. So you may give each other advice, but you didn't have an

23 agreement on how you were going to train your prostitutes.

24 Correct?

25 A. No.
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1 Q. You didn't have any agreement with Mr. Hayes about running

2 off renegades, I believe was the term that you used?

3 A. No, we never had that situation.

4 Q. Mr. Banks, you said that you've been a pimp since, what was

5 it, your early 20s?

6 A. I've been doing nothing but living off the earnings of a

7 prostitute since I was, yeah, early 20s. But I actually got

8 introduced formally to the game when I was a teenager.

9 Q. Okay. And what's your educational background?

10 A. I have a business -- I have a degree in business

11 management, associate's degree.

12 Q. So you actually went to college before becoming a pimp, is

13 that what you're saying?

14 A. I actually went to college while I was a pimp. I was -- I

15 went to college in jail, and before I went to jail, I had

16 pimped. So I went to college -- I was a pimp when I went to

17 college, and when I came home, I was in the halfway house for

18 six months, and I went to college for six more months.

19 Q. Basically to help teach you how to become a better

20 businessman?

21 A. Yeah, I went to college to learn what everybody else

22 learned, to learn to be a businessman, yeah.

23 Q. Is it fair to say that as a pimp, you basically saw

24 yourself as a businessperson?

25 A. Yes.
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1 Q. You said during your direct examination that whenever --

2 and you were distinguishing between a pimp and a normal

3 person -- that a pimp, someone like you, sees a prostitute as a

4 source of money, in your experience.

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. You did acknowledge that with respect to a number of the

7 different things that you did, that other pimps may do things

8 differently. You were describing your experience. Correct?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. You indicated that you, in order to get prostitutes to work

11 for you, basically you sold them the dream in order to turn

12 them out, I believe was the phrase that you had talked about?

13 A. Well, I didn't specifically indicate that I sell the dream,

14 but it's a common thing. Okay, say a guy has a girl and this

15 guy has no intentions of ever really rewarding her according to

16 what she may earn, the rewards she may earn. She may make a

17 lot of money for two, three years and initially she wanted him

18 to get her a house and get her a car, and his thing may be to

19 keep control of her, he doesn't want to get her a house and he

20 doesn't want to get her a car, so he continues to prolong those

21 things.

22 So that would be what we call selling the dream, when

23 you promise something that you have no intentions of giving.

24 And this is common amongst a lot of pimps. In my personal

25 experience, I have sold some dreams to maybe a girl that was my


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1 seventh, eighth, or ninth girl that I figured probably wouldn't

2 last that long with me for me to do those type of things for

3 her, but I did promise her that, you know, these things could

4 be achieved. And I meant the promise at the time that I made

5 it, but I could foresee that she just probably didn't have the

6 strength and the stamina to endure, you know, the trials and

7 tribulations in the time frame it would take to accomplish

8 those things.

9 Q. This was basically your way of manipulating young ladies,

10 pushing their buttons?

11 A. It's basically a way of enticing them or getting them to

12 see things the way I want them to see them, to believe in me,

13 to believe in what I'm saying to become my prostitute.

14 Q. Did the young girls that you dealt with, did they get

15 anything out of it, any benefit?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. How so?

18 A. They got clothes, they got jewelry, they got -- I even

19 bought a house on one occasion that a girl stayed in, my main

20 girl. They got the benefit of being able to take care of the

21 children whereas they might not have been able to take care of

22 them before they were with me, got the benefit of being able to

23 send family members that might need money money, the benefit of

24 travel, and the benefit of experience.

25 Q. You indicated that oftentimes you would look for lost


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1 girls. Did I hear that correctly? I think that was the

2 adjective that you had used, "lost."

3 A. Yeah, I indicated that in general, girls that tend to go

4 with me and other pimps that I know of are mainly the girls

5 that are lost or dependent on somebody being there to kind of

6 direct them and lead them and motivate them to get up and, you

7 know, get out and do something, and girls that come from, you

8 know, broken homes, stuff like that, basically girls that don't

9 have anything to do and nowhere to go or just don't have a

10 whole lot on the agenda. But, you know, one thing they may

11 have going for them is they may be beautiful, they may look

12 good.

13 Q. Despite the fact that pimping and prostitution is illegal,

14 based on the circumstances of the young girls that you would

15 entice, as you put it, did you believe that you were offering

16 these young girls a better life?

17 A. I believe that I was doing what I feel that I was born to

18 do. So if they believe the same as I believe, then they could

19 have a better life, if they believed in the same things. A lot

20 of times they didn't initially believe what I believed, so I

21 got them to see things the way I wanted them to see things.

22 Q. I understand. And I'm not asking what they believed.

23 A. Okay.

24 Q. I'm asking what you believed. Did you believe --

25 A. I believe I was living a good lifestyle, and it was


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1 profitable, so if they --

2 Q. Let me redirect you, sir. What I'm asking is, did you

3 believe that you were offering these young girls a better life

4 than what they had before they came with you?

5 A. I wouldn't necessarily say better, it was different. I

6 mean, but I promoted it as better, as a better step for them to

7 make.

8 Q. For most of these girls, did they have more financial

9 benefits while working for you than they did before they were a

10 prostitute?

11 A. For most of them, yes.

12 Q. I already asked you before about different pimps. You were

13 saying basically different pimps do different things, they each

14 have their own set of rules. Correct?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. So when you were talking about things in your experience,

17 you were not necessarily talking about the experience of each

18 and every pimp. Correct? Because you wouldn't pretend to know

19 how each and every pimp out there does things. Correct?

20 A. No, I wouldn't pretend to know, but I know a lot of pimps,

21 and I know the way a lot of pimps pimp. So when I was talking,

22 I was giving different examples of how some pimps may pimp and

23 how I pimp personally. So sometimes I gave a scenario of how

24 somebody else I may know done it, and sometimes I gave a

25 scenario of how I done it myself. But I don't know every pimp


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1 out there.

2 Q. You indicated that in order to keep prostitutes under your

3 control, you had different means of doing that. Some of it was

4 physical where you would use force, and some of it was also

5 mental. Am I correct?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. The physical part included beating up girls whenever they

8 broke the rules?

9 A. Yes.

10 Q. In order to establish an emotional connection, I believe

11 you testified on direct examination that you would, at least

12 with some of the girls, lead them to believe that there was

13 something more than just the pimp and prostitute relationship?

14 A. Yes. I mean, right now with no girl, if I was to go and

15 try to knock a girl, I would be more so trying to build on the

16 fact just how much she may be attracted to me, you know, do

17 common things that you would do as a boyfriend with her.

18 And once I get her, like, once I win her heart,

19 essentially, and get her to really become dedicated and

20 committed to me, then maybe on that second girl, when I'm

21 campaigning at her, I would basically just be straight up, hey,

22 listen, I'm a pimp, you know, I got prostitutes working for me,

23 this and that. If you want to be with me, this is how you --

24 this is what you got to do in order to be with me. I now have

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1 But initially, yeah, you know, you almost on a

2 boyfriend/girlfriend level because you don't want to be too --

3 like, too aggressive to where you offend or where you scare

4 them off, so you want to let them know that, you know, hey, I'm

5 a good person underneath, I'm just -- I'm pimping, though, so

6 in order to be with me, you're going to have to, you know what

7 I mean, pay me.

8 But after you get so many girls, you don't have time

9 for that. It's just, I'm pimping. If you really want to get

10 with me, this is what's up. And eventually, throughout time,

11 they may get to know you and they may not. They may just pay

12 you and one day leave.

13 Q. This was all part of the seduction?

14 A. Yes. It's various levels to the seduction, yes.

15 Q. And oftentimes it was fake, it wasn't real?

16 A. Oftentimes, yes. I mean, because I may love a prostitute,

17 but I'm not going to love her enough to stop pimping. So that

18 love comes with a condition, so it's not the ultimate love that

19 she may be looking for. She may be looking for unconditional

20 love, for somebody to love her as an individual regardless of

21 what her shortcomings is.

22 If one of her shortcomings is she doesn't want -- in

23 my opinion, one of her shortcomings is she doesn't want to

24 become a prostitute or continue to prostitute, then my love is

25 going to run dry because I'm not going to love that.


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1 Q. You had children to a number of prostitutes. Correct?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. Was Robin Boursaw one of those prostitutes?

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. And there were some others?

6 A. Yes. I have seven children by all prostitutes.

7 Q. Well, you're here in prison -- well, I'm sorry, you're not

8 here in prison, you're here in court, but you are incarcerated

9 at least when you're not here. Do you still have feelings for

10 these prostitutes?

11 A. Yes, I have feelings. I mean, I wish them well, and I hope

12 that they, you know, move on to, you know, do something better

13 and, you know, get past what we been through, but --

14 Q. You care about them, though?

15 A. Yes, I care about them.

16 Q. Now, just as you say that you seduced prostitutes, is it

17 fair to say that prostitutes sometimes seduce their pimps by

18 showing them more attention, by following the rules more

19 closely? There are ways to impress the pimp so that the pimp

20 treats the prostitute better. Correct?

21 A. Yes. I mean, the more she stands up for you, the more

22 she's, you know, doing things according to your will, then the

23 smoother a process it will be between you and her, and you

24 would genuinely love that. You would genuinely love, you know,

25 the woman that she's being for you, because she's the woman
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1 that you would prefer her to be as opposed to the woman she may

2 be on her own.

3 Q. So there's manipulation to a certain extent on both sides?

4 A. Of course.

5 Q. You indicated that you had a large number of prostitutes, I

6 think you had estimated somewhere around a hundred. Correct?

7 A. No, I said about 50. I mean in my career totally since

8 I've been doing this, not at one time.

9 Q. So about 50 prostitutes is your current estimation?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Not all those prostitutes stayed with you forever.

12 Correct?

13 A. None of them did.

14 Q. So prostitutes would come in and out of your life?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. And if they chose to, that was something that they were

17 capable of doing. Correct?

18 A. I mean, that was my campaign, because personally, if I had

19 a prostitute, I wouldn't force her to try to stay with me when

20 she didn't want to stay with me. I would let her go if she

21 want to go. Then maybe, once she get back to her familiar

22 environment, then maybe later on she may figure, hey, I was

23 better off with him.

24 So if I done something really kind of -- you know what

25 I mean, like, something kind of offensive towards her when she


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1 wanted to leave, she ain't gonna never want to come back. So,

2 you know, I let it be a smooth outlet, as it was a smooth

3 entry.

4 But in general, you try to -- when one wants to break

5 back, you try to convince her to stay. You don't just, okay,

6 you can leave. You know what I mean? But you try to convince

7 her, but you're not going to force her, not going to beat her

8 up and make her stay. Not in my case, I wouldn't.

9 Q. So at least in your experience, if they want to stay, they

10 can, if they don't, they don't have to?

11 A. In my own experience. But, you know, I saw on occasion

12 other pimps that beat them when they want to go and beat them

13 to make them stay.

14 Q. And if they wanted to leave and decided they didn't want to

15 be a prostitute anymore, was there a choice, at least in your

16 experience?

17 A. Yes, in my own personal experience, yes.

18 Q. You may have already defined this during your direct

19 examination, I forget, but I know the term "bottom bitch" was

20 used.

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. Is it fair to say that that bottom bitch really is,

23 basically, a partner, a very close partner in your business,

24 she's basically the pimp whenever you're not around?

25 A. She could -- I mean, it could go both ways. She could


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1 be -- it depends on what kind of pimping you're doing. I mean,

2 in my personal experience, I don't let my bottom girl have too

3 much say-so and too much control over the girls, because then I

4 don't want girls to feel like they answering to another

5 prostitute as opposed to answering to a pimp.

6 But at the same time, if I'm not around and I need

7 things to be tightened up and I'm not there to do it myself,

8 then she's the one that I would delegate that duty to.

9 Q. Twenty of those fifty prostitutes were juveniles. Correct?

10 A. I said approximately 20. I'm not for sure of the number.

11 There was some that was with me maybe a day or two that I don't

12 even really remember, but I would approximate 50 -- I mean

13 approximate 20, I'm sorry.

14 Q. And because this was something where you would travel state

15 to state, with most of those prostitutes, you did go across

16 state lines with them. Correct?

17 A. Yes, with most of them, yes.

18 Q. You testified on direct examination that you had seen Eric

19 Hayes while you were in Harrisburg. Is that correct?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. Before today, you had had a number of occasions in which to

22 speak with agents for the Government. Am I right?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. Am I correct or am I incorrect that you, at least in your

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1 Whenever you spoke with Officer Taylor on July 19, 2005, you

2 never mentioned that. Correct?

3 A. I never mentioned it because if --

4 Q. I'm not asking why, sir. You never mentioned it?

5 A. I never mentioned it, no.

6 Q. On July 27th, again, whenever you spoke with Officer

7 Taylor, you never mentioned it then, either. Correct?

8 A. No.

9 Q. Whenever you spoke with him on August the 2nd of 2005, you

10 never mentioned it. Correct?

11 A. No.

12 Q. Whenever you testified before the grand jury on

13 September 22nd, 2005, you never mentioned that then. Correct?

14 A. No.

15 Q. Am I also correct that during each of these occasions,

16 whenever you gave statements, you never made any indication

17 that Eric Hayes was your pimp partner? The first time that's

18 being said is here today?

19 A. I've never mentioned everybody that was my pimp partner. I

20 was asked about specific people, and I gave information about

21 specific people. But I was never really asked to just run off

22 a list of every pimp I know.

23 Q. So the answer is yes, you never identified Eric Hayes as

24 one of your pimp partners during these interviews that you had

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1 A. I identified Eric Hayes prior to trial, but not prior to

2 going to the grand jury.

3 Q. But not as a pimp partner. Correct?

4 A. Yes, I identified him as a pimp partner, not before going

5 to the grand jury, but the investigators had came to see me

6 after going to the grand jury, and the mention of Eric's name

7 came up then, and I identified him as my partner, yeah.

8 Q. And when was this, the first occasion that it occurred?

9 A. Maybe January of this year, January or February of 2007.

10 Q. And when you made this indication, you were speaking with

11 agents for the prosecution in this case. Am I correct?

12 A. Yes.

13 Q. People who would have a concern about whether or not he was

14 in Pennsylvania. Correct?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. Let's talk about pimp partners. You basically are making

17 it out here today -- please correct me if I'm wrong -- as if

18 all these people were partners in the same sense that you have

19 business partners in the legitimate business world. Is that

20 the position that you're taking?

21 A. I would say that we were partners in the sense that we did

22 what we did with the understanding that as much as possible,

23 without harming yourself, we would look out for one another in

24 any given situation. So I can't say -- I never ran a

25 legitimate business, so I can't say what they do. I can only


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1 tell you what pimps do.

2 Q. Fair enough. Do you have friends or did you have friends

3 before you were incarcerated other than pimps?

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. Did you ever refer to your friends as partners?

6 A. No, I referred to them as -- what we would say on the

7 street as my nigga or something like that, meaning we were

8 cool, we were buddies, but I never directly said we were

9 partners.

10 Q. And when it comes to pimp partner, it's your position that

11 a pimp partner is not just a friend. Correct?

12 A. No, he's more than a friend.

13 MR. RICE: May I approach, Your Honor? Let the record

14 reflect I am showing the witness Page 8 of the grand jury

15 proceedings transcript dated September 22, 2005.

16 BY MR. RICE:

17 Q. Sir, when you had testified before the grand jury, there

18 was a question put to you.

19 A. Um-hum.

20 Q. All right, who was your partner? What's a pimp partner?

21 The answer you gave, It's a friend, someone that you associate

22 with beyond just normal pimping. It would be anyone that you

23 consider just a friend and whatever definition a friend is.

24 Then a question was posed to you -- and this would have been by

25 an attorney for the Government. Correct?


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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. They asked the question, they brought up, But that's -- if

3 they were just a friend, you'd call them a friend, but a pimp

4 partner is a little bit more than that, isn't it? Or isn't he,

5 excuse me.

6 THE COURT: Mr. Rice, would you return to the podium,

7 please. You can read that for the witness if you'd like, but

8 I'm not going to let you stand in the box with him.

9 MR. RICE: My apologies, Your Honor. Can I stand

10 here?

11 THE COURT: No. Please return to the podium.

12 MR. RICE: Yes.

13 BY MR. RICE:

14 Q. Sir, in the interest of being complete, could you please

15 complete the exchange that is on that page?

16 A. Where do you want me to begin?

17 Q. Where I left off, sir.

18 A. Consider just a friend and whatever definition a friend is.

19 The question after that is, But that's -- if they were just a

20 friend, you'd call them a friend, but a pimp partner is a

21 little more than that, isn't he? And the answer was, Well,

22 actually, I mean, you can say that, but he -- a pimp partner

23 just would assist you if you needed some help, or, you know,

24 whatever you needed some help in, whatever kind of assistance

25 you may need, you could probably depend on a pimp partner if he


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1 was your pimp partner.

2 MR. RICE: May I approach the witness to retrieve

3 the --

4 THE COURT: You may.

5 BY MR. RICE:

6 Q. Have you ever had any friends who were not pimps?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. Would you agree with me that a friend is someone that you

9 help out in times of need?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Would you agree with me that a friend, at least a true

12 friend, is someone that you believe that you can trust?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. A friend is someone that you share ideas with?

15 A. Well, it depends on what kind of ideas, what that friend is

16 into and what you're into, because even as a pimp I have

17 friends that's not pimps, and I don't share ideas about what I

18 think of pimps with guys that are not pimps. I don't talk

19 about pimping to anybody. I talk about pimping to pimps.

20 Q. Right, because when you're speaking with a friend, you want

21 to speak with that friend about things that you have in common.

22 Correct?

23 A. Exactly.

24 Q. You had talked about Eric Hayes, mentioned a couple of

25 instances. One was where he had sent you money whenever you
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1 were in prison for commissary. Correct?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. Did you consider Eric Hayes a friend?

4 A. Yes, I considered him a friend and a pimp partner. But we

5 pimps, so it's not just -- you know, it's not just simply as

6 friends. I mean, we pimp partners because we understand what

7 one another goes through, and, you know, like I explained

8 earlier, he sent me that money on the strength that he know I

9 would do the same for him.

10 But that's not anybody. I know several pimps that

11 know me that know I'm in jail that I can't call and ask for

12 anything, so it's only something that pimp partners is going to

13 do for one another.

14 Q. In the same situation, would you expect a friend, if you

15 needed money for commissary, to send you money for commissary?

16 A. Well, I've had some people that said they were my friends

17 and haven't sent me any money for commissary, even though I

18 ask. So I would expect a friend to do that, but a partner

19 would definitely do that because a partner would definitely

20 understand, so it's a different situation.

21 Just having a normal friend, having a friend that

22 doesn't understand what I'm going through, they might not sense

23 the urgency in, you know, sending me some money if I ask for

24 it, but a pimp partner definitely would because he can

25 definitely relate to, you know, one of your girls telling on


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1 you and you possibly getting 40 years. So, I mean, a person

2 could feel that -- you know, a pimp partner could feel that.

3 Q. There was an indication about a Jessica Klempner using an

4 alias Angela Pitt. Correct?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. You said that Derek Maes gave that to her. Not Eric

7 Hayes --

8 A. No.

9 Q. -- Derek Maes. Correct?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. There were transcripts of phone calls that you were

12 involved in with a number of other people who are involved in

13 this case. Am I correct in saying Eric Hayes was in no way

14 involved in any conspiracy to tamper with this witness?

15 A. No, we never talked to him about it.

16 Q. When you were incarcerated, did you know that they recorded

17 phone calls?

18 A. Yes. They tell you before on the phone, that this phone

19 call could be recorded, monitored and recorded.

20 Q. So you had these phone calls knowing that they were being

21 taped?

22 A. I would rather do the time for tampering with a witness

23 than to do the 40 years or whatever I could have got -- I

24 didn't know I was going to get 40 years, but whatever

25 consequences I could have received for pimping on a minor.


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1 Q. And basically what you were aiming to do there was to bribe

2 someone so that another would not testify against you.

3 Correct?

4 A. Yes.

5 Q. And that's something that's dishonest, can we agree?

6 A. Yes.

7 Q. Is it fair to say, sir, that if you're willing to tell

8 another to tell a lie for you so you can get out of trouble,

9 that it's also fair to say that you yourself are willing to

10 tell a lie in order to get out of trouble?

11 A. I mean, it's fair to say that, but I'm not lying. I mean,

12 I've come to a point in my life where I just -- you know, just

13 want to get past this, so it's not something that I'm going to

14 sit here and lie about. It's not -- it's not nothing I have to

15 make up. I mean, the tapes, other testimonies, you know, it

16 will reflect that, you know, I'm telling the truth.

17 Q. You say you've come to a point in your life where you're

18 past that?

19 A. Where I'm past a lot of games, a lot of lying, you know,

20 trying to do things illegal, trying to be slick, trying to

21 outsmart law enforcement. You know, things that stress you

22 out, I'm past that. So at this point in time I'm past playing

23 any type of game to entice some type of girl to do something

24 for me. I'm past lying to this court or lying to law

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1 Q. You say you're past that, but the truth about your present

2 is that you're serving a sentence for 40 years. Correct?

3 A. Yes, I am.

4 Q. How old are you?

5 A. I'm 29.

6 Q. That means you have how much more time?

7 A. I have about 31 more years.

8 Q. So basically if you would have to serve the remainder of

9 that sentence, you could expect that all of the good years of

10 your life --

11 A. Yes.

12 Q. -- you'd lose them?

13 A. Yes.

14 Q. And you don't want that to happen. Correct?

15 A. Of course not.

16 Q. You don't like prison. Am I correct?

17 A. Of course not.

18 Q. And as Attorney O'Connell was discussing with you, you're

19 fully aware that the Government, in a manner of speaking,

20 possesses the keys to the cell. Correct?

21 A. I wouldn't put it like that. I mean, the Government can

22 file a motion to get me a sentence reduction. Then it's at the

23 judge's discretion whether the judge wants to give me the

24 reduction or not. So the Government doesn't hold the key, I

25 would say the judge holds the key, because from my


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1 understanding, I'm not promised any specific amount of time.

2 The Government could file this motion for me, and the judge

3 could take off two months. That's at his discretion.

4 Q. Fair enough. The judge does ultimately make the decision.

5 But you're basically saying that there is no specific agreement

6 that has been approved of by the Court. Correct?

7 A. I'm saying that the plea and cooperation agreement was for

8 me to cooperate truthfully, completely, and honestly to the

9 best of my knowledge. And if I do that, if the Government feel

10 that I've helped their case substantially, they can, if they

11 choose to do so, file a motion of reduction for me.

12 But even when they file that reduction, I'm not

13 promised anything. I mean, the judge doesn't even have to

14 accept that. I mean, I got a maximum sentence, so, you know,

15 the judge can do what he want to do. He can take off ten

16 years, and that's still a long time before I get out.

17 Q. And you don't even know the specific recommendation that

18 the Government will ultimately end up making, whether it will

19 be five years off or ten years off or something more than that.

20 Correct?

21 A. I don't even know if the Government will make a

22 recommendation at all.

23 Q. And doesn't that even give you more reason to try and make

24 sure that every word that comes out of your mouth is something

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1 A. No. It just gives me a reason to sit here and tell the

2 truth as I know it, as they know that I know it, so at the very

3 least I can expect not to get extra charges filed on me, I

4 can't get perjured. And that's my only worry, you know, not to

5 be caught up in something that can furthermore get me in any

6 trouble.

7 Q. Let's talk about the truth. You know what the Government

8 believes the truth to be. Correct?

9 A. I know what the truth is from my own experiences, and I

10 know what the truth is from what I been through, and I know the

11 truth from my point of view.

12 I mean, I don't know what they view -- the Government

13 view the game quite differently than what I view the game

14 myself, so I couldn't say that what they believe is what I

15 believe and what I believe is what they believe. I wouldn't

16 say that, no.

17 Q. Are you saying that you don't know what they believe the

18 truth to be and --

19 MR. ZUBROD: Your Honor, I'm going to object. This is

20 calling for speculation on the part of the witness of what

21 other people are thinking without any foundation of what we are

22 thinking, what we believe to be the truth, has even been

23 communicated.

24 THE COURT: Mr. Rice, would you rephrase the question,

25 please.
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1 MR. RICE: I will.

2 BY MR. RICE:

3 Q. Did you ever have a discussion with the Government about

4 your testimony?

5 A. I had a discussion with the Government initially about what

6 I knew about pimping and what I knew about the co-defendants

7 and the things that were going on with my situation and

8 afterwards. So leading up to that -- I mean, that initiated

9 them coming back to talk to me again and then ultimately us

10 having a discussion about me coming to trial today and

11 testifying to what I told them I knew before I testified.

12 Q. With this plea agreement that you had had, what was your

13 potential exposure under the plea agreement, do you know?

14 A. I don't understand the -- I don't understand what you mean

15 by "potential exposure."

16 Q. Well, you had pled guilty to transportation in general with

17 intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, transportation of

18 minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, sex

19 trafficking of minors, and tampering with a witness. Am I

20 correct?

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. And you were informed by your plea agreement that the

23 maximum term of imprisonment on Count 1 was 30 years, the

24 maximum term of imprisonment for Counts -- well, 2, 5, and 8

25 was 10 years, Count 3 was 30 years, and Count 4 was 40 years.


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1 Correct?

2 A. Yes.

3 Q. So in entering into this plea agreement, whether or not

4 there's a substantial assistance motion, you've already

5 benefited with this basically 40 years as your sentence?

6 A. No, I didn't benefit at all. I mean, I got a maximum

7 sentence. And from what my lawyer advise me -- now, I don't

8 know if this will hold up in court or not, but he told me that

9 being that the two counts -- well, the three counts of

10 transportation -- well, the two counts of transporting a minor

11 and an adult in sex trafficking will run together and could

12 possibly run while with the tampering with a witness, because

13 the tampering with a witness was a separate offense. It was at

14 a separate time. But being that I transported those girls

15 together at one time, that if I went to trial, I would be found

16 guilty, they would still have to run those counts together.

17 So with those counts ran together, I still only

18 maximum face 40 years, and that's ultimately what I end up

19 getting. So even without -- I mean, without the deal, I didn't

20 get no benefit at all, I don't believe, not to my knowledge.

21 Q. Okay. So you needed the deal to get a benefit is what

22 you're saying?

23 A. I mean, when I took the deal, I didn't know what time I

24 would get. I didn't know I would get the 40 years. I didn't

25 see that until I got sentenced. So I took the deal in the


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1 interest of being able, if I could provide substantial

2 assistance, I took the deal in hopes of being able to get a

3 reduction, if they deemed that I was worthy of one.

4 Q. I understand. You're saying that you didn't take the deal

5 and receive any kind of benefit in the sentence that was handed

6 down, the only deal basically is getting a reduction in the

7 sentence based on whether or not you provide substantial

8 assistance to the Government?

9 A. Yeah, that was the only deal to it.

10 Q. The prostitutes that were named in the indictment against

11 you, how many were there?

12 A. Named in my indictment, there were two.

13 Q. You said that you've had over 50 prostitutes, around 50

14 prostitutes?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. Your background as a pimp and the prostitutes that you've

17 had you've shared with the Government. Correct?

18 A. Yes.

19 Q. Have you received any additional charges for the conduct

20 that you've told them about?

21 A. It's in my plea agreement that whatever I tell them, I

22 can't be charged for that, I don't think. I think that's in my

23 plea agreement. So the things that they might not have knew

24 about me that I divulged to them myself, they couldn't turn

25 around and prosecute me for those things. However, if I never


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1 said anything and never cooperated with the Government and

2 later on they were to find that it was more people that I had

3 had maybe in Harrisburg, I'm sure they could have prosecuted me

4 for it.

5 Q. So the number of juveniles that you had, the other

6 prostitutes, the beatings that you inflicted on girls not named

7 in your original indictment, that information you shared with

8 the Government, to your knowledge, is not going to lead to any

9 further prosecution. Is that your position?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. Does that make you feel a little bit more comfortable then

12 cooperating with the Government?

13 A. No, it doesn't provide any comfort level, it's just -- I

14 mean, I'm sure 40 years, if I hadn't cooperated with the

15 Government, I don't think the Government would have wasted time

16 continuing to try to prosecute me and give me time in addition

17 to that, so it was not a concern when I agreed to cooperate

18 with them. That wasn't my thinking.

19 Q. So if you were to change gears here in your testimony

20 today, you would have no concern about further prosecution for

21 all these other prostitutes that you had?

22 A. If I were to lie today, I would have a concern about being

23 charged with perjury and a concern about my deal, maybe. I

24 don't know what the legal procedure is, but I know I could be

25 charged with perjury and receive additional charges. I don't


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1 know what all those charges could be.

2 Q. Understood. But if you were to testify differently than

3 you already have, what you believe to be a lie, something that

4 would favor Mr. Hayes and Mr. Williams, do you believe that you

5 would be in danger?

6 A. I don't believe --

7 MR. ZUBROD: Excuse me, Your Honor, I don't understand

8 the question.

9 MR. RICE: I'll withdraw the question. I'll withdraw

10 the question.

11 THE COURT: Thank you.

12 BY MR. RICE:

13 Q. Sir, is it fair to say that the pimping game is about

14 choice, that the game is all voluntary?

15 A. It's a phrase commonly referred to that the game is by

16 choice and not force. It's kind of like a gimmick. You know,

17 it's kind of like what you -- how you market, how you advertise

18 your campaign to a female. You let her know, you know, it's by

19 choice, not force.

20 Q. And the girls want to be prostitutes and seek out the

21 pimps. Correct?

22 MR. ZUBROD: Objection. What girls are we talking

23 about? All girls who have ever prostituted, all girls that

24 he's prostituted?

25 MR. RICE: I'll narrow the question.


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1 MR. ZUBROD: All girls the defendant prostituted?

2 MR. RICE: I'll narrow the question.

3 MR. ZUBROD: Object to the form of the question.

4 BY MR. RICE:

5 Q. With your prostitutes, the girls wanted to be prostitutes?

6 A. They wanted to be prostitutes after I propositioned them

7 and promised them things that we could do together and goals

8 that we could achieve if they become my prostitutes. But I

9 don't have too many that just came to me that was green and

10 just knew that I was a pimp. And what I mean by "green," I

11 mean they weren't experienced as prostitutes or had never been

12 turned out by a pimp as a prostitute. I don't have too many of

13 those that came to me and just said, oh, I want to be a

14 prostitute.

15 Q. But a number of prostitutes seek out the pimps, seek out

16 you?

17 A. A number of prostitutes choose me through various different

18 methods, by either me sweating them and recruiting them myself

19 or by my girls recruiting them, but there has to be some type

20 of initiation. You know, girls don't just, you know, I'm going

21 looking for a pimp, I mean, and find me. You know what I mean?

22 There has to be some type of -- I have to initiate it in some

23 form or fashion, either myself or through one of my girls.

24 Q. It is then your position that the game is, in fact,

25 voluntary and it is about choice. Correct?


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1 A. It's about -- once they know what's going on, it's about

2 them choosing to be with me, choosing to be in the game.

3 MR. RICE: One moment, please.

4 BY MR. RICE:

5 Q. You were saying how different pimps do things different

6 ways. Correct?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. Have you ever known Eric Hayes to force a prostitute to

9 have sex?

10 A. No.

11 MR. RICE: No further questions.

12 THE COURT: Thank you. Mr. Zubrod.

13 MR. ZUBROD: Thank you, Your Honor.

14 REDIRECT EXAMINATION

15 BY MR. ZUBROD:

16 Q. I'm going to ask you questions, Mr. Banks, first regarding

17 the questions asked to you by Mr. Hayes' counsel and then about

18 the questions asked to you by Mr. Williams' counsel.

19 You were asked by Mr. Rice that there was no written

20 agreement, there was no oral agreement. Am I correct?

21 A. Yes, I was asked.

22 Q. You were asked by him, you didn't have a boss, did you?

23 A. Yes, I was asked.

24 Q. Does a partnership involve a boss, or is a partnership

25 voluntary?
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1 A. A partnership is voluntary.

2 Q. Now, when you said you had no written agreement, when you

3 said you had no oral agreement, you responded and you said,

4 there was an understanding. What do you mean by an

5 understanding?

6 A. I mean that -- I mean, as being pimps, that at some point

7 in time or another, you either thought about, had a

8 conversation with another pimp, or had a conversation with your

9 pimp partners about, you know, what would be the things you

10 would do for another pimp. You know, if you consider him to be

11 your pimp partner, what are some of the courtesies you would

12 extend that person.

13 So when I say we done this with an understanding,

14 meaning we done it with the understanding that in order to

15 protect our interests as pimps, that we had partners that we,

16 you know, did certain things with.

17 Q. Now, Mr. Rice asked you that you had no written or oral

18 agreement to divide up territory, on prices, to entice or beat

19 or bail or transport. Did you discuss the handling of girls

20 with the defendant, Eric Hayes?

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. Did you discuss the handling of Jessica Klempner with the

23 defendant Terry Williams?

24 A. Yes.

25 Q. Did you give them advice?


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1 A. Yes. I advised Terry about how to talk to Jessica and how

2 to keep her from testifying, and I've talked to Eric Hayes on

3 occasion about maybe a problem he was having with a prostitute

4 doing something he didn't want her doing.

5 Q. And did the two of you engage in discussions? Did they

6 respond to you on their views on how to deal with the problems?

7 A. Yes.

8 Q. Now, was there ever an understanding that if somebody

9 needed money, you would get them money?

10 A. Yeah, there was a -- I mean, there's an understanding that,

11 you know, it's part of being a pimp partner, being a person's

12 partner, whatever they needed, whether it was money or a

13 variety of other things, whatever it was, so money would be one

14 of them. That would be the understanding.

15 Q. And, in fact, you testified that you got money both to

16 Mr. Hayes and to Mr. Williams for different reasons?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. And you did it through the offices, at least with

19 Mr. Williams, of some of your other pimp partners?

20 A. Yeah.

21 Q. The question was asked of you by Mr. Rice, really, the only

22 thing you were worried about -- and I'm characterizing what he

23 said, I'm not repeating it word for word -- the only thing that

24 you were worried about was getting yourself out of jail, that

25 was your only concern at that point. Was that your only
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1 concern?

2 A. Well, my concern was for, you know, me and also Terrance

3 Williams and Silk and Derek and Smooth, all the pimps that she

4 had been with and my prostitutes that I had that may not

5 testify against me or may not cooperate that could possibly be

6 charged, because essentially she rode with them. I directed

7 them to go across state lines, but she never really rode in the

8 car with me. So, you know, my prostitutes could have been

9 charged, they could have been charged. So it wasn't just about

10 me, it was about everybody. Like I said, it was about a

11 reflection of the game, it was about, you know, us staying

12 ahead of law enforcement, pimps and hos, period.

13 Q. So would it be fair to say that the fact that Jessica

14 Klempner put you at risk put the other pimp partners at risk,

15 also?

16 A. Exactly.

17 Q. And was it a common effort to put an end to the risk to all

18 of you?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. The question was asked of you by Mr. Rice, this idea of

21 enticing girls by selling the dream, that's your personal way

22 of doing things. Do you recall him asking you that?

23 A. Yeah, he -- I mean, he asked me was that my personal

24 opinion. And on some occasions I sold the dream, and on some

25 occasions I actually meant the promise of being able to provide


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1 that for them if they done what they were supposed to do.

2 Q. Based upon your experience of dealing with hundreds of

3 pimps and dealing with the pimp partners in this case, was that

4 a common practice among the pimps?

5 A. Yes. I mean, you don't have the ability to do that for

6 every girl, so more than likely you're selling the dream to at

7 least more than half of the ones you're dealing with.

8 Q. The question was asked of you, weren't you really trying to

9 give these girls a better life, and my question is, were you

10 trying to help these girls out or were you trying to advance

11 your own career as a pimp?

12 A. Essentially I was trying to do both, but my way of helping

13 them out was to be -- to turn them out to be prostitutes. In

14 my mind, that was the best that they could do, at least while

15 they were with me. So, you know, first it was about, you know,

16 paying my pimpin', it was about me getting my money first, and

17 then if you get me my money, then we can work on, you know,

18 things for you.

19 Q. Now, the question was asked of you -- pimps are seducers of

20 girls to get them to become prostitutes, and the question was

21 asked, do prostitutes seduce pimps by keeping the rules, by

22 making them happy, and so on.

23 Does a prostitute, once she seduces a pimp by keeping

24 the rules, does that give her the right to beat the pimp?

25 A. No.
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1 Q. The question was asked, isn't the bottom bitch like a

2 partner to you, and your response was what?

3 A. I mean, she is like a partner sometimes, but she's more

4 just somebody that does, you know, what you need to be done.

5 She keeps the girls in line. She oversees, she reports things

6 to you, but only could she be a partner when you're not around.

7 But me personally, my bottom bitch was not like a partner. I

8 didn't give her authority over anybody else.

9 Q. But when we talk about pimp partners, did the bottom bitch,

10 if you didn't come through on your promise when you sold the

11 dream, did she have the authority to discipline you, to roast

12 you, and to beat you up?

13 A. Oh, in that regard, no, no, she -- no.

14 Q. Did you have the authority to beat her up?

15 A. Yes.

16 Q. Now, you were asked that when you were down being debriefed

17 by the FBI agent in Pensacola, he would ask you to tell your

18 story, and you did not mention to the agent in Pensacola,

19 Florida, that you saw Eric Hayes in Harrisburg, and it was not

20 until you met with investigators and the prosecutors, I recall,

21 in January of this year that that issue came up. Is that

22 right?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. Had you been asked that before you met with the Harrisburg

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1 A. No.

2 Q. The grand jury transcript that you were asked to read

3 from -- and I want to go to the question where it says, What is

4 a pimp partner? And what was your answer?

5 A. My answer was --

6 Q. Now, speak up so we can hear you.

7 A. You want me to read the answer?

8 Q. Yes, I do.

9 A. My answer was, It's a friend, someone that you associate

10 with beyond just normal pimping. It would be anyone that you

11 consider just a friend and whatever definition a friend is.

12 Q. Okay. Question: But that's -- if they were just a friend,

13 you'd call them a friend, but a pimp partner is a little bit

14 more than that, isn't he? What was your answer?

15 A. My answer was, Well, actually, I mean, you can say that,

16 but he -- pimp partner just would assist you if you needed some

17 help, or, you know, whatever you needed some help in, whatever

18 kind of -- excuse me, whatever kind of assistance you may need,

19 you could probably depend on a pimp partner if he was your

20 partner, if he was your pimp partner.

21 Q. And then the question was asked, Such as bailing out girls

22 who have been arrested? What was your answer?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. And passing word on to you as to what the police presence

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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. And passing word -- would you travel together?

3 A. Sometimes.

4 Q. The question was asked of you regarding the -- whether you

5 are saying these things up here simply because you're trying to

6 get a good deal, the inference, of course, being that you may

7 be lying to tell -- to say what the Government wants to hear.

8 Were you ever told what you were to say?

9 A. No.

10 Q. How did this information come into the possession of the

11 Government?

12 A. I gave the information upon being asked about my activities

13 as a pimp and sometimes about certain individuals.

14 Q. So you were asked, tell us what you know, and that was what

15 was written down?

16 A. Yes.

17 Q. And I want to go back to the plea agreement that was shown

18 to you. Would you read from Page 3, Subparagraph E, the second

19 to the last paragraph.

20 A. Would I read -- can you repeat that? You want me to read

21 the whole --

22 Q. Take a look at E. Do you see that?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. Just a moment. Let me -- would you read that, please.

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1 Q. Speak up.

2 A. The parties agree that the sentence to be imposed is left

3 solely to the discretion of the District Court, which is

4 required to consult the United States Sentencing Guidelines and

5 to take them into account when sentencing the defendant. The

6 parties further understand and agree that the District Court's

7 discretion in imposing sentence is limited only by the

8 statutory maximum sentence and any mandatory minimum sentence

9 prescribed by statute for the offense.

10 Q. And the nature of your agreement with the Department of

11 Justice, would you please read on Page 4, Paragraph G?

12 A. Wayne Robert Banks, aka Day Money, aka Berto, agrees to

13 cooperate fully and truthfully with the United States Attorney

14 and designated representatives and with agencies identified by

15 the United States Attorney. Such cooperation shall include,

16 but is not limited to, providing complete and truthful

17 debriefings and testimony at grand jury, trial, and as

18 otherwise requested involving any matter under investigation.

19 Q. And was it set out the conditions under which this

20 agreement could be revoked?

21 A. Yes.

22 Q. I want you to read under the revocation paragraph inserts

23 2, 3, and 5.

24 A. Two, three, and five. That the defendant's statements or

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1 has failed to comply with any of the terms of this agreement,

2 that the defendant has engaged in further criminal conduct

3 after entering into this agreement.

4 Q. And would that further criminal conduct include perjury?

5 A. Yes.

6 Q. So when you said that -- when you were asked if the

7 Government possesses the key to the cell and your response was

8 that the judge holds the key, was that a reference to the

9 nature of the agreement that you went through?

10 A. Yes.

11 Q. And when you were told that those things that you

12 voluntarily disclosed, truthfully disclosed to investigators

13 you would not be prosecuted for, was any agreement made

14 regarding perjury?

15 A. No. I mean, I don't know what you asking me. I mean, I

16 could get prosecuted for perjury. I understood that from the

17 beginning.

18 Q. Right. That was always open, that you could be prosecuted

19 for perjury. Correct?

20 A. Yes.

21 Q. And what would happen to your plea agreement with the

22 Northern District of Florida?

23 A. It could be revoked.

24 Q. Now, the question was asked of you by Mr. Rice that the

25 game is voluntary. And you said, well, the term "the game is
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1 voluntary," the other phrase that there's no force, you said in

2 one sense it's a marketing technique. Is that what you said?

3 A. Yes.

4 Q. What did you mean by that?

5 A. I mean that's what we say. I mean, that's a common phrase

6 used amongst pimps, that the game is by choice, not force. So

7 when you campaigning to a broad and she's saying, well, you

8 know, what if I like you and I don't want to do that, you say,

9 well, you know, if you like me, you're going to do this. I'm

10 not going to force you to do it, but if you like me enough, you

11 would do it anyway. And, you know, it's your choice. It's by

12 choice, it's not by force. But once she's with me and my rules

13 are understood, then force could be applied throughout the

14 situation. But she gets with me initially by choice. I don't

15 force her to get with me.

16 Q. So when the words "choice and not force" are used, you're

17 talking about the initial decision of a girl to come to you?

18 A. Yeah, I'm talking the initial decision to come with me and,

19 in my case, the initial -- I mean the decision to want to leave

20 and go home or something. But she's not going to tell me she's

21 about to choose another pimp. I mean, that's something she

22 would do behind my back.

23 Q. And when it comes to choice, does a girl have the choice

24 when she decides to leave the lot?

25 A. No.
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1 Q. Does she have a choice of how much money she gives to you

2 and how much she keeps for herself?

3 A. No.

4 Q. Does she have a choice to go and talk to another pimp?

5 A. No.

6 Q. And if she did any of those things, what would happen to

7 her choice? What would be the consequences of her choice?

8 A. If she left the lot without my permission, she would get

9 beat up. If she went and talked to another pimp and didn't

10 choose him and give him some money to be with him and she just

11 was out of pocket talking to him and I found out about it, I

12 would beat her up.

13 Q. Now, let's briefly touch on some of the issues raised by

14 Mr. O'Connell regarding Terry Williams. The question was asked

15 of you by Mr. O'Connell, nobody has authority to tell you what

16 to do. Correct? And what is -- what was your response or what

17 is your response about a partnership? Does that involve

18 somebody in charge telling you what to do?

19 A. No, it was not the type of partnership where one person has

20 authority over another. It was a type of -- a situation where

21 being that as though I was a younger pimp with less years of

22 experience than, say, an older pimp, somebody who may have been

23 pimping ten years longer than me, if he told me that I was

24 doing something that wasn't -- hey, man, that's not really cool

25 to do, you shouldn't have her doing that, if it makes sense to


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1 me, then I would take that advice. But he couldn't have the

2 authority to tell me how to conduct my business with my girl,

3 but he may advise me on how to do it.

4 Q. Mr. O'Connell asked you, but you share information with all

5 kinds of pimps, don't you, and what is your response to that?

6 A. I mean, I share information with pimp partners. I don't

7 share information with just anybody. I wouldn't regard anybody

8 worth sharing information with. I just wouldn't tell anybody

9 what was going on.

10 Q. Mr. O'Connell essentially suggested that these aren't real

11 partnerships because you have all sorts of conflicts and

12 disputes with the individuals you've referred to as your pimp

13 partners. How are those disputes resolved within the pimp

14 partnership?

15 A. Say, for instance, if I had a dispute with Derek Maes, for

16 example, or Kenny Britton, I had disputes with them. I may

17 call another pimp like Silk, Franklin Robinson, and he would

18 call them. And then we may all get on the three-way, and we

19 may talk it out then, you know, because apparently me and him

20 not having nothing but a shouting match, so we need somebody to

21 kind of be a go-in-between and, you know, pinpoint who's right,

22 who's wrong, and, hey, man, you know, the best way to get over

23 that is with this right here.

24 Q. Now, Mr. O'Connell asked you or actually made a statement

25 to you that you were not a partner with Terry Williams, you
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1 were not a pimp partner with Terry Williams.

2 A. Well, I mean, to the extent that what pimp partners do for

3 one another, he done for me what I would have done for him had

4 I been on the other -- on the streets. So he done for me what

5 a pimp partner would do for a pimp partner. I mean, I couldn't

6 just call any pimp and ask him to -- you know, to not work her,

7 to keep her out of, you know, harm's way so I won't get

8 testified on.

9 Q. Why did you feel that you could go to Terry Williams and

10 ask that?

11 A. Because he was pimp partners with people I was pimp

12 partners with.

13 Q. And that would be?

14 A. That would be Dawan Oliver, that would be Little Rob, that

15 would be Dooney Taylor, that would be Franklin Robinson, Derek

16 Maes.

17 Q. Did there come a time when you were not only a pimp partner

18 with Mr. Williams because you both had the same pimp partners,

19 but did there come a time after April 22nd, 2005, when you

20 actually became a pimp partner with him, that is, you were

21 helping each other out, you were getting money to him, he was

22 hiding witnesses for you, et cetera?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. One of the suggestions to you during cross-examination was

25 that -- what kind of pimp partner, if he's a partner, is going


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1 to try to steal your girl. Does the -- sort of the unspoken

2 understanding between you, does the pimp partnership allow for

3 that kind of competition?

4 A. It does, because we can be partners and campaign at one

5 another. That just may be the type of partnership we have. Or

6 we can be partners and not campaign at one another. It just

7 depends on to the extent that we're partners. I mean, we can

8 do all the things that partners do for each other and still,

9 you know, I take a girl from you, you take a girl from me. If

10 I can get you, you can get me. That's the way it is. And then

11 there are some partners that you're more closer with that you

12 wouldn't accept their girls.

13 Q. But does the fact that there's competition wipe out a

14 partnership?

15 A. No.

16 Q. The agreement remains in the midst of competition?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. Am I correct?

19 A. Yes.

20 Q. Now, the question was repeatedly asked of you both by

21 Mr. Rice and Mr. O'Connell about this matter of choice, that a

22 girl is just free to walk away and go to another pimp. Is that

23 accurate?

24 A. Well, the only choice that she really does --

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1 A. The only choice that she really does have at any given time

2 is to leave, go home, stop working as a prostitute, or to

3 choose another pimp. But, I mean, it's not something that she

4 can just be up front with you about. You know, if she says,

5 I'm ready to go home, you're going to try to convince her to

6 stay. So the best way for her to go home is to run off without

7 you knowing, to run off behind your back.

8 If she tells you, I'm going to choose your partner,

9 then that's going to -- nine out of ten it would piss me off to

10 the point where I probably would put my hands on her, so she

11 wouldn't tell me that. She had that choice, but she wouldn't

12 tell me that in advance before she done it.

13 Q. Right. And if she runs off, goes away, goes to work,

14 escapes, disappears, winds up with another pimp and that pimp

15 doesn't serve you, what rights do you have still on that girl?

16 A. Well, if I don't get served for it, then, you know, I still

17 feel like, well, you know, she was under my instructions last,

18 so I have access, I can walk up to her, I can touch her, I can

19 snatch her off the track and ask her what she doing out here,

20 how much money she got, give it to me, I wasn't served for you.

21 I have a right, I have access to her, full-fledged access,

22 meaning I can do all the things I would do to her as if she was

23 still with me if I haven't been served for her.

24 Q. So you still have rights to that girl if you haven't been

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1 A. Yes.

2 Q. Now, you said -- Mr. O'Connell quoted an interview where

3 you said that a true pimp is a lover, a friend, a confidant.

4 What else are there about pimps that they are towards their

5 girls that you didn't tell the press?

6 A. I mean, I was asked the question by the press, did I hit my

7 girls, do I discipline my girls, and I told them, yes, I do hit

8 them, and, yes, I do discipline them. And girls also mentioned

9 in that same article that were with me that they saw me

10 discipline prostitutes, and my main girl said that I

11 disciplined her, so -- but it was just not a part of the

12 article that was highlighted when he asked me that question.

13 Q. Now, Mr. O'Connell asked you the question, girls lie about

14 their age, don't they. Did Jessica Klempner lie about her age?

15 A. No.

16 Q. You said in an interview or when you were being interviewed

17 by investigators, you said Silk, that is, Franklin Robinson,

18 gave you bad vibes. And if he gave you bad vibes, if you

19 didn't trust him, why would he remain a pimp partner?

20 A. Like I said, it was -- I could gain more from being a pimp

21 partner with him than I could lose. I felt that he could knock

22 me even if he wanted to knock me, so I had no insecurities

23 about him, you know what I mean, getting up and around my

24 girls, sweating my girls, doing the underhanded things that he

25 was doing.
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1 You know, I felt that my game was tight enough to

2 where I could stand the pressure that he so-called was trying

3 to apply to the situation without me knowing. And like I said,

4 I could gain more from being a pimp partner with him than I can

5 be from just not messing with him because he's trying to knock

6 me for a girl.

7 Q. And did Mr. Robinson ever send you bail money?

8 A. Yes.

9 Q. Even in the midst of you had bad vibes about him, you

10 didn't trust him, but he sent you money. Why did he send you

11 money?

12 A. Because he was a pimp partner.

13 Q. At the same time did he try to take your girl?

14 A. Yes. I mean, when I was incarcerated, he tried -- when I

15 first got arrested, he was trying to knock off a couple of my

16 girls that were still trying to stay down for me when I was in

17 the county. But at the same time he was the main one out of

18 all the pimps that I was in contact with that kept money on the

19 phone for me to call. You know, he handled a lot of things for

20 me. He done a lot of things towards the good more so than

21 towards the bad. He was trying to knock the girls. You know,

22 it was to be expected. Everybody was going to be trying to

23 knock them eventually.

24 Q. Now, you were asked to read or you had read to you the fact

25 that you said that Silk was a, quote, cut-throat mother fucker
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1 and that he gave you bad vibes. I want you to look at another

2 portion of that interview. And I want you to read this

3 paragraph on 1306, Bates statement 1306 of the July 19th, 2005

4 interview, the second-to-the-last paragraph beginning, Banks

5 continued.

6 A. Banks continued to stay in contact with Derick Price,

7 Coleone, and Silk. Banks advised he still didn't care very

8 much for Silk, but Silk always knew what was going on in the

9 streets and kept Banks apprised of the street situation. Banks

10 still didn't trust Silk. Banks advised at this point he still

11 hadn't met Derek Maes, but he had heard a lot about him.

12 Q. So you continued to use him because you continued to see

13 him as a pimping partner who gave you valuable things?

14 A. Yes.

15 Q. As a matter of fact, when you were in jail on this charge,

16 did you get money from Joker?

17 A. Yes.

18 Q. Who is Joker?

19 A. A pimp partner of mine in California.

20 Q. And whom did you direct Joker to give that money to?

21 A. To Silk.

22 Q. To Silk, Franklin Robinson?

23 A. Yes.

24 Q. Even though you had bad vibes, even though you didn't trust

25 him, why would you have Joker send Silk, Franklin Robinson, all
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1 of this money?

2 A. Well, he just couldn't be trusted in the aspect that he

3 would always be trying to get you for a girl. But he could be

4 trusted with money. He wasn't a petty person to the extent

5 where he would try to beat me out of a thousand dollars. I

6 mean, it was just that at the same time, he would be staying

7 abreast of my situation so he could know what's going on with

8 me and possibly know what's going on with my girls.

9 Q. And as a pimp partner, he did that, he kept the money,

10 didn't take a dime of it because he was a pimp partner?

11 A. Yes.

12 Q. Would it be a fair statement to say that pimp partners are

13 not necessarily your friends?

14 A. In some situations, yes.

15 MR. ZUBROD: May I have a moment, Your Honor?

16 THE COURT: Yes.

17 MR. ZUBROD: We have nothing further.

18 THE COURT: Counsel, anything else for this witness?

19 MR. O'CONNELL: No, Your Honor.

20 THE COURT: Mr. Rice?

21 MR. RICE: Briefly, please.

22 RECROSS-EXAMINATION

23 BY MR. RICE:

24 Q. Sir, Attorney Zubrod, on redirect examination, had brought

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1 tampering with her was a benefit and the people to whom it was

2 a benefit.

3 Am I correct in saying that you have no personal

4 knowledge of Eric Hayes being at all involved with Jessica

5 Klempner or even knowing her?

6 A. Yes, you're correct.

7 Q. And concerning Terry Williams, do you have any personal

8 information that at least before this case, that they had

9 familiarity with one another?

10 A. No, I don't.

11 Q. Attorney Zubrod had asked again about this force issue, and

12 you talked basically about the rules, how you would treat girls

13 whenever they broke the rules. Are you taking the position

14 that you did force girls to have sex?

15 A. I'm taking the position that I forced girls to comply with

16 the rules of serving my pimping. I mean, I didn't force them

17 into a sexual act as in have sex with him or otherwise. I

18 forced them to comply with the rules while they were with me.

19 Anytime they didn't want to be with me, they could leave or,

20 you know, they could choose another pimp or whatever they

21 needed to do. But I didn't, you know, per se, force one into

22 having a sex act, no.

23 Q. Attorney Zubrod had talked about selling the green -- or,

24 excuse me, the dream and had also asked about these other pimp

25 partners that you had. You, of course, have already identified


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1 Mr. Hayes as a pimp partner.

2 Are you saying that you have personal experience with

3 Mr. Hayes of using your tactic?

4 A. No.

5 Q. He had also asked about some different things that you had

6 done with pimp partners. Did you travel with Mr. Hayes?

7 A. No.

8 Q. Did you or Mr. Hayes bail each other's girls out of jail?

9 A. No.

10 Q. You talked basically about two occasions, one time when he

11 gave you money for commissary and then there was one other

12 instance where you had given him money. Was that it?

13 A. Yes, I gave him money. I just gave him a jug. I mean, he

14 didn't say what it was for, he just needed a jug. I mean, it

15 didn't matter what it was for. He was a pimp partner, and I

16 was going to give it to him.

17 Q. Other than those two things and talking to him and sharing

18 ideas, there's nothing else with Mr. Hayes that occurred

19 between the two of you pursuant to this pimp partner

20 relationship?

21 MR. ZUBROD: Objection, Your Honor. That is not what

22 he said in his original testimony. He gave an extended

23 discussion of the contacts that he had with Mr. Hayes.

24 MR. RICE: Actually, I'm asking him. He can --

25 THE COURT: I'll allow him to ask the question. Go


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1 ahead.

2 THE WITNESS: So you want to know -- you want me to go

3 back through what --

4 BY MR. RICE:

5 Q. There were the times there was money exchanged?

6 A. I attempted to -- he was in jail on a bond. I attempted to

7 help him, not his prostitute, but help him get out of jail, if

8 I could help him get out of jail. I attempted to help him

9 situate his stuff, if I could, through a third party, through a

10 cousin. And he attempted -- well, he didn't attempt, but we

11 talked about maybe if I needed a lawyer, if he was in a

12 position to help me with that lawyer, that he would, if he

13 could. And he sent me a jug at the time that I needed a jug,

14 the last time I talked to him. But other than --

15 Q. When you talk about attempting to do things, that's over

16 the phone you talked --

17 A. I mean, yeah, we discussed, you know, the situation that I

18 got a 40-year sentence, I was filing an appeal, I had some

19 things going on to where I would need money for the appeal, and

20 if I needed to call him, if I called him and asked him, would

21 he -- if I -- once I had the money together that I needed and I

22 needed additional money, if he could help me, he said that he

23 would. So, you know, I initiated trying to help him as a pimp

24 partner, and I would say he initiated trying to help me on that

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1 Q. I understand. As his friend -- you did say that you were

2 his friend, not just his pimp partner. Correct?

3 A. Yes, I would consider us to be both.

4 Q. I'm sorry?

5 A. I said I would consider us to be both.

6 Q. If Mr. Hayes had not been a pimp and had needed help in the

7 manner that you described, would you have provided it to him

8 because you were friends?

9 A. If Mr. Hayes had not been a pimp, I probably would have

10 never met Mr. Hayes.

11 Q. I understand.

12 A. Because I met him --

13 Q. But if he had stopped being a pimp, because of the

14 friendship that you developed --

15 A. Well, once you're a pimp, you're always a pimp. You might

16 not actually have prostitutes no more, and you might not be in

17 jail for pimping. You could be in jail for driving with no

18 license. It doesn't --

19 Q. I'm saying if he was no longer a pimp and he had asked you

20 for help, would you have provided it to him?

21 A. I'm saying once you're a pimp, you're always a pimp, so I

22 would still, even if he wasn't currently having prostitutes and

23 he needed assistance, I would still regard him as a pimp

24 partner, a guy that I know, a pimp, according to the way that

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1 Q. And do you believe he would have done the same for you even

2 if you had not been a pimp?

3 A. I believe that when I wasn't pimping no more, when I was in

4 jail and I needed some assistance, if he could have helped me,

5 I believe he would have done so. Because the last time I

6 talked to him, I wasn't pimping, I didn't have any prostitutes,

7 I was in jail. So, you know, he would have done that for me,

8 yes.

9 MR. RICE: Thank you.

10 THE COURT: Anything else for the witness?

11 MR. ZUBROD: Your Honor, at this time we formally move

12 for the admission of the exhibits that were introduced during

13 this witness's testimony. To save the Court time, we

14 will itemize them after the jury leaves, but we would formally

15 move at this time.

16 THE COURT: All right. If you would share that list

17 with defense counsel --

18 MR. ZUBROD: We would.

19 THE COURT: -- and then I'll take up in the morning

20 any objections that they have to any of the exhibits.

21 All right, jurors, we're going to conclude here. It's

22 been a long day. I appreciate your patience. I want you to

23 leave with those reminders that I give you each time you leave

24 the courthouse. It's really very important that you not

25 discuss the case among yourselves or with anybody else.


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1 And when I say with anybody else, I mean anybody else.

2 Very often after a full day like this you feel like talking.

3 You go home and, really, your family members, everybody wants

4 to know what's going on, what you heard. Not family, not

5 friends, nobody. It's so important that you keep an open mind

6 until you've heard all of the evidence in the case and my

7 instructions on the law.

8 There may be some newspaper coverage about the case.

9 Again, it's very important that you, if you are going to read

10 the newspaper, you be watching for a related headline. If you

11 see anything that looks like it might be case related or even

12 related to a case like this, you must put the paper aside

13 immediately, of course.

14 I don't think you'll have any contact with any of the

15 lawyers, parties, or witnesses, but if you would, please

16 remember my admonition to you earlier. Do not even greet them

17 in the hallways of the courthouse.

18 Have a nice evening, jurors. Ms. Cihak is going to

19 escort you now to return at 9:30.

20 (Jury leaves courtroom.)

21 THE COURT: Please be seated. Mr. Zubrod, for

22 tomorrow, I understand you have Jessica Klempner coming?

23 MR. BLOOM: That is correct, Your Honor.

24 THE COURT: And how long do you anticipate she will

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2 most of the day between direct and cross-examination.

3 THE COURT: Most of the day?

4 MR. BLOOM: Yes, Your Honor.

5 THE COURT: Do you have another witness lined up just

6 in case?

7 MR. BLOOM: We do, indeed. In fact, we have at least

8 three witnesses that we would have available to testify in the

9 event that we're done with her early. Two will be very short,

10 and the third would be quite extensive, and I anticipate that

11 testimony to be a matter of several days.

12 THE COURT: Are these young women?

13 MR. ZUBROD: No, Your Honor. They will be

14 Pennsylvania state policemen.

15 THE COURT: All right. We'll be in recess.

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$50 [1] 129/13 22nd [4] 98/7 98/15 191/13 221/19 a.m [1] 1/10
$500 [3] 27/25 36/4 120/3 22nd of [1] 157/23 abbreviation [1] 119/21
$60 [1] 24/22 234 [1] 1/8 abide [1] 147/10
$600 [1] 119/7 27th [2] 143/23 191/6 ability [4] 54/3 169/1 169/6 212/5
29 [2] 5/15 199/5 able [23] 16/11 16/12 28/4 46/10 51/22 67/10
' 2nd [1] 191/9 76/1 87/11 94/21 102/7 106/21 107/4 107/6
'03 [2] 44/15 44/17 108/7 121/11 154/5 174/21 182/20 182/21
'cause [1] 111/20 3 182/22 204/1 204/2 211/25
30 [6] 103/9 104/3 106/11 107/24 202/23 about [232] 5/19 6/9 7/11 7/13 7/22 7/23 8/7
/ 202/25 8/15 9/9 13/8 13/9 13/16 13/17 13/18 13/19
/s [1] 235/10 300 [1] 67/21 13/22 14/8 14/9 17/1 17/16 17/24 19/10 19/10
31 [1] 199/7 19/11 25/17 25/18 28/21 30/15 30/15 30/16
0 3:50 [1] 170/16 33/12 33/24 35/13 35/13 35/15 35/16 37/25
03 [3] 56/24 57/24 59/22 39/20 40/19 42/9 44/12 44/16 45/2 45/3 45/8
04 [2] 51/12 51/17 4 45/8 46/8 47/7 48/17 48/20 49/2 49/11 53/22
0983 [1] 235/13 40 [13] 4/2 24/23 24/24 24/25 197/1 197/23 53/23 55/7 56/13 58/11 61/1 61/25 62/6 63/4
197/24 199/2 202/25 203/5 203/18 203/24 63/12 64/10 64/11 69/5 72/6 73/1 74/4 78/6
1 205/14 78/13 78/19 78/19 78/21 82/15 82/17 82/24
1.1 [1] 59/19 40-year [2] 167/7 230/18 82/25 83/17 85/3 85/9 85/10 93/21 96/3 96/12
1.2 [1] 56/22 403 [3] 6/19 8/5 8/8 99/25 100/6 102/18 105/21 107/5 109/6 109/7
1.3 [1] 57/22 109/23 109/23 109/25 110/11 114/15 122/20
1.6 [2] 50/13 51/14 5 123/23 124/19 124/20 124/25 131/6 134/3
1.7 [2] 51/3 51/11 50 [7] 33/13 33/14 188/7 188/9 190/12 204/13 134/14 135/8 136/1 137/9 137/9 139/1 140/4
10 [1] 202/25 204/13 141/21 142/1 142/14 143/14 143/20 145/16
100 percent [1] 20/24 500 [1] 119/23 145/21 146/1 146/19 147/24 149/6 149/9
10th [1] 235/8 50s [1] 129/7 149/14 151/21 152/23 154/14 154/18 155/14
11/22/03 [1] 59/22 5:30 [1] 234/16 155/21 157/16 159/22 162/1 163/11 165/20
11:30 [1] 71/5 171/25 172/6 172/8 172/11 174/4 174/7
12 [4] 34/17 52/6 101/20 142/3 6 176/11 176/17 176/23 176/25 177/2 177/11
12/6/03 [2] 56/24 57/24 60 [8] 24/23 24/25 25/4 103/9 104/3 106/11 178/1 178/10 178/21 178/22 179/1 179/6
1200 [3] 101/23 101/25 102/21 107/25 113/13 179/18 180/1 181/12 184/12 184/16 184/17
124 [1] 2/5 600 [1] 103/16 187/14 187/15 188/7 188/9 191/20 191/20
1270 [1] 235/13 69.1A [1] 101/7 192/13 192/16 195/17 195/19 195/19 195/21
12:30 [1] 90/8 69.1B [1] 101/8 195/24 197/3 197/15 198/14 198/25 199/1
13 [2] 34/11 142/1 69.2A [1] 117/14 199/7 201/7 202/3 202/5 202/6 202/6 202/10
1305 [1] 143/11 69.2B [1] 117/15 204/20 204/24 205/20 205/22 205/23 206/13
1306 [3] 143/9 226/3 226/3 206/23 207/25 208/1 208/1 208/17 209/7
14 [1] 142/1 7 209/9 210/1 210/3 210/22 210/24 211/9
14th [2] 51/13 140/20 70.1 [1] 28/24 211/10 211/10 211/11 212/15 212/16 213/9
15 [3] 34/21 142/1 142/2 717 [1] 235/13 213/25 215/12 215/13 218/17 218/21 219/11
15-minute [1] 170/16 75.12 [1] 92/6 219/17 222/21 223/4 224/4 224/13 224/14
16 [5] 13/14 27/9 124/12 141/25 142/2 75.13 [1] 93/6 224/23 225/9 226/11 227/25 228/11 228/12
17 [7] 30/3 30/8 33/18 82/9 96/25 104/4 75.14 [1] 49/13 228/23 228/24 229/5 229/10 230/11 230/15
142/1 75.16 [1] 59/13 233/8
170 [1] 2/6 75.4 [1] 93/25 above [1] 25/2
17108-0983 [1] 235/13 75.6 [2] 53/1 93/16 abreast [2] 125/17 227/7
17th [1] 98/17 75.7 [2] 54/13 92/17 abuser [1] 25/25
18 [1] 142/1 75.9 [1] 122/1 accept [3] 63/13 200/14 222/12
19 [2] 5/13 191/1 76.35 [1] 33/22 accepted [6] 63/10 78/1 162/6 164/19 164/21
19th [3] 133/3 143/6 226/3 76.42 [1] 52/3 164/25
1:05-CR-00443-3 [1] 1/3 76.44 [1] 65/14 accepting [2] 161/24 162/11
1:30 [2] 99/24 100/14 76.46 [1] 34/12 access [8] 91/1 91/1 112/21 164/13 164/14
76.47 [1] 34/7 223/18 223/21 223/21
2 76.7 [1] 34/18 accompanying [1] 117/15
20 [3] 33/15 190/10 190/13 accomplish [1] 182/7
2001 [2] 13/12 124/11 8 accomplishing [1] 91/21
2002 [1] 44/13 80 [4] 24/23 24/23 25/1 25/4 according [8] 20/12 26/8 110/17 130/15
2003 [3] 44/14 143/23 145/13 81 [1] 80/24 130/16 181/15 187/22 231/24
2004 [1] 51/13 81.1 [1] 31/25 accordingly [1] 114/10
against [24] 18/10 26/13 39/15 41/11 41/19 alone [5] 29/11 35/3 56/18 56/20 111/24
A 41/20 49/3 49/8 89/6 89/6 89/10 110/16 121/8 along [2] 37/17 155/2
account [5] 16/11 16/12 32/18 169/23 216/5 125/16 135/1 144/22 144/23 147/11 158/13 already [30] 7/24 15/15 16/18 17/4 17/11
accurate [1] 222/23 163/1 171/3 198/2 204/10 211/5 17/12 17/17 23/25 24/3 27/2 37/11 37/12
accurately [1] 235/3 age [7] 97/3 141/22 142/8 142/10 165/20 68/24 82/18 101/18 111/20 112/7 114/21
accused [2] 24/7 129/23 224/14 224/14 127/10 127/11 135/18 135/21 135/22 164/25
achieve [1] 207/8 agencies [3] 165/24 166/12 216/14 173/21 184/12 189/18 203/4 206/3 228/25
achieved [1] 182/4 agency [2] 167/2 167/4 also [36] 8/5 9/3 14/17 22/10 33/5 51/7 53/7
acknowledge [1] 181/6 agenda [1] 183/10 59/17 68/5 75/4 84/16 89/11 96/1 111/4
acknowledged [3] 7/24 69/9 82/19 agent [4] 133/4 142/20 213/17 213/18 114/13 119/13 126/14 126/19 133/8 143/23
acquaintance [1] 124/21 agents [4] 91/11 103/18 190/22 192/11 149/13 152/15 153/5 156/12 156/14 160/8
acquaintances [1] 44/2 aggressive [1] 186/3 161/16 165/24 185/4 191/15 198/9 211/2
acquainted [2] 93/19 125/10 agree [19] 79/21 134/22 134/23 135/6 140/25 211/15 224/8 228/24 229/5
across [17] 3/21 3/21 5/3 17/7 22/20 32/11 141/14 141/15 147/17 163/8 171/24 172/3 Altas [1] 153/20
34/23 37/2 41/13 46/24 68/18 117/9 124/1 179/10 179/11 195/8 195/11 198/5 215/25 always [20] 12/18 12/20 13/22 21/10 25/19
130/3 162/23 190/15 211/7 216/2 216/6 78/7 100/1 100/5 125/17 129/22 133/17 138/9
act [7] 19/20 37/18 88/24 131/23 154/15 agreed [2] 162/24 205/17 139/24 148/2 148/2 217/18 226/8 227/3
228/17 228/22 agreeing [1] 16/3 231/15 231/21
acted [2] 55/8 92/21 agreement [65] 4/3 4/5 4/6 141/15 167/11 am [21] 20/1 23/1 75/4 83/11 90/15 172/9
acting [2] 20/12 152/11 167/25 168/1 168/4 169/19 171/25 172/2 175/5 185/5 190/22 190/24 190/24 191/15
actions [1] 16/12 172/3 172/5 172/6 172/7 172/10 172/12 173/1 192/11 193/14 197/13 199/3 199/16 202/19
activities [6] 4/16 81/23 81/24 111/6 166/16 173/2 173/12 173/19 174/4 174/7 174/13 208/20 222/18 228/3
215/12 175/1 175/4 175/7 175/14 175/17 175/20 Amendment [2] 114/1 114/2
activity [5] 5/25 96/12 131/8 202/17 202/18 175/23 176/1 176/23 177/14 177/18 177/24 AMERICA [2] 1/2 81/11
acts [1] 131/24 178/2 178/5 178/8 179/8 179/10 179/23 180/1 among [10] 53/12 54/6 54/21 81/20 100/4
actual [3] 128/25 129/1 163/15 200/5 200/7 202/12 202/13 202/22 203/3 131/2 131/22 133/6 212/4 232/25
actually [28] 7/5 10/14 43/5 62/11 64/17 204/21 204/23 208/20 208/20 209/2 209/3 amongst [4] 18/6 135/2 181/24 218/6
80/24 81/21 116/23 116/24 125/11 128/17 209/18 215/17 216/10 216/20 217/1 217/3 amount [5] 27/17 27/18 78/11 158/15 200/1
132/19 140/19 142/3 145/10 163/15 171/10 217/9 217/13 217/21 222/16 Angela [2] 123/5 197/4
178/17 180/7 180/12 180/14 194/22 211/25 agrees [2] 16/2 216/12 another [104] 11/13 11/14 11/14 11/21 11/21
214/15 220/24 221/20 229/24 231/16 ahead [21] 13/4 26/22 31/22 65/5 65/23 84/1 13/5 13/21 14/10 14/11 14/12 16/19 16/25
ad [3] 24/11 24/12 166/15 116/8 117/23 118/21 121/23 125/14 125/15 19/15 19/16 30/9 32/10 33/8 36/2 37/16 41/14
addition [3] 116/25 165/23 205/16 125/15 127/22 157/2 157/4 172/24 176/21 41/15 42/2 46/25 51/5 52/21 53/4 53/21 53/24
additional [5] 22/7 30/21 204/19 205/25 176/22 211/12 230/1 55/13 56/22 57/23 58/8 59/20 61/4 62/12
230/22 ahold [1] 161/1 73/23 73/24 81/9 82/17 85/3 94/4 96/24
addresses [1] 97/13 aiming [1] 198/1 122/21 123/24 125/6 125/18 131/24 132/25
adhere [2] 140/8 141/10 ain't [20] 14/25 31/8 31/9 41/2 41/2 42/22 134/19 135/23 136/1 136/14 137/3 137/4
adhered [1] 139/22 43/7 43/11 63/9 103/6 103/6 103/7 106/5 137/14 137/15 137/20 138/6 138/11 139/10
adjective [1] 183/2 106/14 106/21 109/6 111/21 132/11 133/17 139/24 139/25 140/1 140/16 147/3 148/6
adjourned [1] 234/16 189/1 148/10 149/10 149/25 150/12 150/19 153/4
admissible [1] 75/2 aka [2] 216/12 216/12 155/20 157/1 162/22 176/5 176/20 177/1
admission [3] 72/20 74/12 232/12 alarm [1] 98/23 179/6 179/19 190/4 192/23 196/7 196/13
admissions [1] 69/4 alerting [1] 100/8 198/2 198/8 209/7 209/8 209/10 218/21 219/4
admit [1] 145/15 Alexis [1] 29/10 219/9 219/20 220/17 221/3 222/5 222/6
admonition [1] 233/16 alias [3] 123/2 123/4 197/4 222/22 223/3 223/14 226/1 228/9 228/20
adult [1] 203/11 alike [1] 40/7 234/5
advance [2] 212/10 223/12 all [131] 8/15 9/2 10/13 11/17 12/7 13/15 another's [2] 40/3 40/4
advantage [4] 15/23 18/12 19/18 133/15 13/19 13/20 16/4 16/5 16/12 16/13 20/3 22/3 answer [22] 26/10 76/25 135/20 172/13
advertise [1] 206/17 25/19 26/17 28/22 30/23 32/14 32/18 32/19 172/16 172/18 172/19 172/21 173/18 177/13
advice [10] 13/25 14/1 95/14 95/20 97/14 33/8 33/8 35/1 39/10 39/10 40/2 40/3 40/10 177/13 191/23 193/21 194/21 214/4 214/5
146/19 179/20 179/22 209/25 220/1 42/23 44/3 50/7 50/9 54/7 56/14 61/2 66/2 214/7 214/9 214/14 214/15 214/22 214/25
advise [7] 105/9 166/18 166/19 166/24 179/5 66/12 68/13 69/4 70/21 71/19 74/7 74/14 answered [1] 177/18
203/7 220/3 76/13 82/13 87/21 88/16 88/19 89/5 89/5 89/7 answering [2] 190/4 190/5
advised [13] 95/25 99/19 118/6 133/7 143/12 89/7 89/14 89/17 89/25 90/9 90/18 90/18 anticipate [3] 233/24 234/1 234/10
147/8 151/11 151/15 153/17 156/3 210/1 91/17 96/12 100/11 103/9 103/20 104/25 any [135] 8/10 8/16 9/23 10/9 11/2 12/8
226/7 226/10 106/12 108/19 109/22 112/23 116/13 116/16 12/11 16/8 16/23 17/20 23/7 23/8 23/8 25/25
advises [2] 108/25 112/12 118/8 120/1 120/2 121/17 125/5 125/25 126/5 26/25 28/11 30/4 31/4 31/16 31/19 34/22
affect [3] 88/19 154/4 163/23 130/3 130/4 135/5 135/10 136/16 137/1 34/25 36/15 38/22 38/25 41/22 45/11 46/4
affiliated [1] 28/18 137/17 137/18 138/17 141/6 144/4 150/9 46/8 48/9 48/15 51/23 54/11 58/12 58/24
affirmed [1] 3/7 152/14 152/24 152/25 153/3 154/4 154/22 62/13 62/13 67/1 68/13 71/20 72/2 73/7 74/12
afraid [1] 111/24 162/25 164/5 164/24 169/4 173/9 173/11 79/22 86/2 86/11 86/12 87/18 88/18 88/25
after [37] 26/9 46/10 47/12 56/18 63/16 72/3 186/13 187/6 188/11 192/18 193/20 199/9 91/18 96/22 96/23 97/22 100/5 100/11 103/17
78/13 83/14 85/5 88/16 95/2 95/6 96/7 96/8 200/22 203/6 203/20 205/21 206/1 206/14 109/7 113/9 118/6 118/7 118/8 120/12 122/17
96/9 101/25 110/22 124/4 130/16 135/6 135/7 206/23 206/23 207/1 211/3 211/17 220/4 123/12 128/7 128/12 128/25 129/1 130/7
135/9 145/13 157/6 157/7 158/1 158/4 161/23 220/11 220/18 222/8 223/22 225/18 226/25 134/9 135/1 136/23 139/4 139/8 139/14
162/6 186/8 192/6 194/19 207/6 217/3 221/19 228/4 232/16 232/21 233/6 234/15 152/24 155/11 160/5 160/6 165/7 165/9
232/14 233/2 alleviate [1] 94/22 165/12 166/15 170/1 171/24 171/25 172/3
afternoon [1] 170/25 allow [6] 14/11 89/17 145/20 163/20 222/2 172/10 172/12 173/18 173/23 174/4 174/7
afterwards [1] 202/8 229/25 174/8 175/4 175/7 175/14 175/17 175/20
again [21] 8/1 10/11 56/22 57/22 58/7 59/20 allowed [12] 12/8 16/5 16/6 17/3 18/17 33/2 175/23 176/2 176/21 176/22 178/2 178/8
70/12 100/22 101/9 106/10 114/25 117/15 33/10 39/23 52/24 135/20 142/23 172/15 179/8 180/1 182/15 191/16 192/24 195/6
147/11 153/10 154/2 175/1 178/1 191/6 202/9 allows [1] 16/1 196/17 197/14 198/23 200/1 201/5 201/21
228/11 233/9 almost [1] 186/1 204/5 204/19 205/8 205/13 216/8 216/18
Arizona [1] 60/11 88/19 89/7 90/6 90/11 91/6 91/11 91/17 92/6
A Arkansas [1] 126/11 93/21 93/21 94/13 95/7 96/9 97/14 99/4 99/13
any... [11] 217/1 217/13 219/6 221/6 223/1 arm [2] 120/13 148/25 99/21 99/24 102/22 103/8 103/9 103/15
228/7 232/6 232/20 232/20 233/14 233/14 Army [1] 23/19 103/19 104/10 105/9 107/18 111/4 111/9
anybody [28] 6/1 11/17 54/24 100/4 100/6 arose [1] 74/9 112/23 113/5 113/5 113/12 113/12 116/15
100/7 102/8 102/9 109/10 109/10 109/11 around [31] 21/3 28/3 30/9 32/12 32/17 120/2 121/2 121/17 125/4 126/15 127/3
128/12 128/22 130/7 131/14 131/20 132/12 36/23 38/11 38/11 38/12 39/5 39/13 45/1 127/15 128/8 129/12 129/13 129/15 129/15
161/10 195/19 196/10 198/25 213/8 220/7 45/10 45/25 53/25 93/10 113/8 129/14 129/16 133/15 135/23 135/24 137/19 138/19 139/2
220/7 220/8 232/25 233/1 233/1 132/8 132/11 147/1 154/13 174/22 188/6 141/7 142/6 142/23 143/6 143/8 143/10
anybody's [3] 127/7 127/9 127/25 189/24 190/6 204/13 204/25 213/6 224/23 143/21 144/7 145/5 145/10 146/3 150/22
anymore [1] 189/15 arrangement [1] 152/20 151/12 152/4 152/14 152/23 153/17 153/20
anyone [5] 50/4 99/14 165/13 193/22 214/10 arrears [3] 65/5 94/19 102/19 154/4 154/11 154/16 155/17 156/4 156/8
anything [28] 9/22 16/1 16/7 17/21 42/21 arrest [9] 81/25 82/2 133/2 152/25 152/25 156/13 157/1 157/20 158/5 158/16 160/12
42/23 43/2 47/24 48/1 48/12 74/3 83/22 157/6 158/1 158/4 158/18 162/13 162/16 163/16 164/4 166/2 167/16
103/19 105/9 105/10 117/4 123/20 124/3 arrested [36] 47/12 48/24 80/15 82/1 82/5 170/10 170/16 172/3 179/17 182/4 185/11
148/12 182/15 183/9 196/12 198/25 200/13 82/8 83/23 84/19 84/21 84/23 85/2 86/10 185/21 187/9 188/8 189/9 189/15 190/6
205/1 227/18 232/10 233/11 86/11 86/22 88/17 91/7 91/16 95/3 96/9 98/3 190/24 195/11 198/22 199/22 200/3 200/22
Anytime [1] 228/19 98/4 98/5 98/7 115/15 123/2 143/24 144/1 201/2 203/6 203/13 203/15 203/20 209/6
anyway [5] 96/4 108/19 143/13 145/2 218/11 144/3 147/17 157/23 157/25 164/23 167/4 210/18 210/25 211/14 211/14 212/6 212/14
anywhere [9] 23/9 23/11 23/12 23/20 60/13 169/24 214/22 225/15 215/22 216/17 222/4 222/6 223/1 225/13
87/24 120/10 120/19 174/17 arrived [3] 70/23 96/9 128/9 225/17 226/1 226/10 227/6 228/4 228/8
apiece [2] 103/16 119/7 article [3] 140/19 224/9 224/12 230/13 232/11 232/15 233/19 234/7 234/16
apologies [1] 194/9 as [255] Atlanta [13] 50/17 51/2 57/10 58/5 83/19
apparently [3] 74/9 88/11 220/19 aside [2] 49/4 233/12 83/19 83/20 83/20 83/22 84/2 84/20 84/21
appeal [3] 48/17 230/18 230/19 ask [35] 9/2 9/9 25/22 26/2 26/9 33/21 47/15 126/10
appear [4] 91/18 121/8 162/9 166/2 57/14 57/16 60/4 70/6 75/25 79/11 83/9 99/11 Atlas [2] 122/4 153/5
appeared [1] 99/1 99/11 127/7 127/9 127/25 127/25 129/13 attempt [1] 230/10
appears [4] 6/25 133/3 143/5 155/25 129/17 143/7 165/22 167/13 172/15 196/11 attempted [5] 148/17 230/6 230/6 230/8
applied [2] 26/14 218/13 196/18 196/23 208/16 213/17 221/6 221/10 230/10
apply [2] 37/2 225/3 223/19 229/25 attempting [2] 89/2 230/15
appreciate [2] 177/13 232/22 asked [54] 25/20 29/9 29/10 62/17 66/20 70/7 attempts [1] 47/22
apprised [1] 226/9 90/20 93/7 93/22 101/20 149/3 166/25 173/4 attention [7] 18/11 26/17 42/5 101/6 117/13
approach [7] 6/20 6/21 66/16 68/8 88/2 173/5 184/12 191/20 191/21 194/2 208/17 143/4 187/18
193/13 195/2 208/18 208/19 208/21 208/22 208/23 209/17 attorney [22] 1/16 1/16 7/14 48/16 48/18
appropriate [1] 8/17 210/21 211/20 211/23 212/8 212/19 212/21 115/16 115/20 115/22 115/24 115/25 118/4
approve [1] 33/3 213/1 213/16 213/24 214/2 214/21 215/4 118/5 119/25 120/2 173/22 193/25 199/18
approved [1] 200/6 215/12 215/14 217/6 217/24 219/14 220/4 216/13 216/15 227/24 228/11 228/23
approximate [2] 190/12 190/13 220/24 222/20 224/6 224/12 224/13 225/24 ATTORNEY'S [1] 1/15
approximately [7] 46/20 83/20 98/12 98/14 228/11 228/24 229/5 230/20 231/19 attracted [1] 185/16
101/9 101/11 190/10 asked how [1] 173/4 Audio [27] 101/16 102/11 102/24 103/1
April [10] 49/9 49/10 49/10 98/7 98/15 98/15 asking [13] 7/11 36/12 70/2 100/7 140/12 104/6 104/21 105/25 106/18 107/14 108/15
101/11 140/19 157/21 221/19 177/17 183/22 183/24 184/2 191/4 211/22 109/2 110/7 110/24 111/16 112/15 112/25
April 22nd [2] 98/7 221/19 217/15 229/24 113/20 114/18 115/6 116/9 117/24 118/22
Aquarius [5] 122/3 122/4 134/1 153/5 154/12 aspect [1] 227/2 119/17 120/6 120/21 121/13 121/24
are [134] 4/3 5/14 7/2 8/22 10/24 17/3 20/22 assess [1] 169/14 August [2] 155/21 191/9
23/25 24/18 25/6 25/6 28/13 28/15 28/17 assessment [1] 169/8 authorities [7] 97/5 107/2 112/9 113/6
28/20 30/4 30/20 36/23 38/8 41/16 42/6 43/5 assign [1] 30/20 113/11 118/8 133/2
44/2 44/2 44/4 45/24 50/9 58/12 66/12 69/4 assist [11] 37/18 37/23 41/22 48/1 48/15 authority [12] 128/7 128/10 128/12 128/25
69/4 72/7 76/1 79/10 79/17 79/17 79/22 79/22 87/14 125/1 125/6 168/22 194/23 214/16 129/1 130/7 213/8 213/11 213/14 219/15
89/5 89/11 89/14 89/18 89/20 89/23 90/17 assistance [15] 10/9 52/2 168/11 168/17 219/20 220/2
91/24 100/11 101/20 102/5 102/7 102/21 168/21 169/9 177/6 177/8 194/24 203/4 204/2 automatic [9] 32/7 32/8 32/9 32/10 32/13
106/25 109/8 110/12 114/22 116/14 117/15 204/8 214/18 231/23 232/4 32/24 55/14 176/15 177/12
117/16 117/16 118/2 120/8 125/8 125/10 ASSISTANT [2] 1/16 1/16 avail [1] 154/2
125/11 125/25 125/25 126/2 126/2 126/15 associate [4] 35/8 131/20 193/21 214/9 available [1] 234/8
126/16 126/23 130/14 131/3 131/8 131/10 associate's [1] 180/11 average [5] 5/22 25/15 25/15 34/3 34/3
132/9 132/23 133/18 135/19 136/17 138/8 associated [6] 45/20 45/24 50/7 146/5 146/23 avoid [1] 70/5
139/11 140/12 141/15 141/24 142/14 143/8 146/24 await [1] 73/10
143/10 147/13 149/2 153/3 154/9 158/9 associates [1] 100/22 aware [11] 82/10 154/22 155/6 171/4 171/13
160/11 166/2 166/11 167/10 169/13 171/2 associating [1] 132/18 171/16 171/17 171/18 171/19 171/22 199/19
171/13 171/16 172/6 174/1 177/4 177/9 assume [1] 18/19 away [10] 17/6 68/7 96/3 97/15 110/2 120/15
177/10 183/4 183/5 187/8 187/19 192/16 assuming [3] 8/13 97/4 110/14 140/2 164/8 222/22 223/13
195/18 197/12 198/9 199/4 201/17 201/21 at [226] 3/4 6/22 9/12 10/15 10/15 11/13 awhile [1] 53/25
201/21 206/22 209/11 212/19 215/5 218/13 11/17 15/3 15/17 16/21 18/1 21/9 23/16 24/10
218/16 220/13 222/11 224/4 224/4 227/12 24/22 25/3 25/4 28/23 29/5 29/16 29/19 31/24 B
228/13 229/2 233/9 234/12 235/3 33/21 34/7 37/20 39/4 39/7 41/7 41/14 42/3 B-a-n-k-s [1] 3/11
area [18] 9/5 23/23 31/16 36/7 37/15 37/16 42/5 42/23 44/20 44/22 44/23 44/23 45/5 baby [2] 22/1 22/15
37/24 39/12 40/13 46/23 46/23 76/4 77/23 45/23 46/5 46/12 46/21 48/16 49/13 50/13 baby's [1] 22/16
87/24 97/12 115/22 174/24 214/25 51/3 51/20 52/3 55/10 55/11 55/14 55/15 56/2 back [71] 12/8 13/7 14/14 28/8 30/5 32/21
areas [1] 129/9 56/2 56/3 56/6 56/7 56/13 57/22 59/13 59/19 35/2 36/12 36/13 39/24 51/11 51/14 61/1
aren't [2] 133/19 220/10 61/21 63/8 64/18 66/18 67/17 68/9 68/13 61/16 61/24 63/14 63/16 63/18 65/6 73/2
argue [1] 7/15 69/17 70/23 71/5 73/12 73/13 74/3 74/5 76/13 74/22 75/25 76/14 81/10 81/18 84/16 84/17
Argumentative [1] 163/5 80/18 81/11 81/23 82/7 84/5 84/7 85/13 85/19 85/6 85/10 86/25 87/2 87/8 87/9 87/10 94/14
arise [1] 53/17 85/24 86/20 87/21 87/22 88/3 88/4 88/17 95/6 95/8 97/8 97/9 97/11 99/9 99/24 108/18
148/20 152/22 153/25 154/3 159/11 161/12 201/15 201/17 201/22 203/20 206/3 206/4
B 162/3 162/16 162/18 163/14 163/17 164/12 206/6 232/1 232/3 232/5
back... [28] 110/22 112/2 114/9 115/9 116/2 169/19 184/18 186/2 186/16 186/25 187/25 believed [5] 150/25 183/19 183/20 183/22
121/9 122/25 131/16 138/14 139/3 139/11 188/18 190/3 190/14 191/3 195/16 195/20 183/24
142/20 147/4 148/23 148/24 153/10 161/23 196/6 196/19 196/24 199/25 203/12 211/6 believes [2] 156/3 201/8
164/24 176/6 176/13 188/21 189/1 189/5 215/5 220/11 220/19 221/11 221/18 222/4 benefit [15] 18/3 52/23 145/22 161/20 182/15
202/9 215/17 218/22 223/7 230/3 225/5 225/12 226/12 227/10 231/8 231/12 182/20 182/22 182/23 182/24 203/6 203/20
backbone [2] 111/20 112/3 231/13 232/5 203/21 204/5 228/1 228/2
background [7] 62/14 73/17 78/4 92/24 become [21] 4/18 5/16 17/11 17/11 19/7 benefited [1] 203/5
160/12 180/9 204/16 19/23 21/14 21/14 40/5 61/5 125/10 131/19 benefits [2] 184/9 200/25
backgrounds [1] 77/15 134/22 135/6 173/5 180/19 182/13 185/19 Berto [2] 12/15 216/12
bad [14] 17/15 27/5 27/6 89/1 89/2 143/14 186/24 207/8 212/20 besides [1] 18/3
143/14 143/20 224/18 224/18 225/9 225/21 becomes [2] 16/1 39/9 best [12] 24/21 74/25 87/19 148/3 158/5
226/1 226/24 becoming [2] 10/2 180/12 162/25 168/25 169/5 200/9 212/14 220/22
bail [7] 132/8 144/10 144/12 175/20 209/19 been [116] 3/6 7/4 7/13 7/22 8/6 8/14 10/17 223/6
225/7 229/8 13/9 13/10 13/11 13/12 16/20 18/13 23/25 better [12] 45/24 180/19 183/16 183/19 184/3
bailing [1] 214/21 27/9 30/9 30/13 30/13 30/14 42/15 42/16 184/5 184/6 184/6 187/12 187/20 188/23
band [1] 40/18 43/15 44/12 48/6 50/14 53/25 56/21 62/12 212/9
Banks [55] 2/5 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/15 5/16 7/12 64/4 65/19 67/10 67/23 67/23 68/14 74/4 76/9 between [25] 5/22 21/25 53/24 54/23 55/8
8/24 9/14 31/24 50/21 57/5 66/24 68/10 73/6 76/11 78/24 78/25 81/2 85/18 93/10 97/19 55/8 56/19 74/15 81/8 83/16 92/22 92/23
74/15 75/1 75/5 75/9 75/11 75/25 76/25 88/7 97/20 105/19 106/9 109/23 110/10 110/10 98/15 133/18 139/20 164/11 164/18 168/1
88/17 89/4 89/6 89/10 89/11 89/12 92/3 99/10 111/7 121/16 121/17 121/19 121/20 124/11 178/18 181/2 187/23 220/21 222/2 229/19
100/20 100/24 122/1 124/11 133/7 143/4 124/13 127/10 127/18 127/19 129/6 129/7 234/2
143/12 147/8 147/9 156/2 156/3 156/8 170/25 129/8 135/10 135/11 135/17 139/13 139/14 between you [1] 92/22
171/24 172/19 180/4 208/16 216/12 226/4 139/15 139/16 142/2 142/2 146/18 146/21 beyond [3] 7/7 193/22 214/10
226/6 226/7 226/9 226/9 226/10 148/7 148/8 148/9 149/8 154/1 156/20 157/11 big [3] 59/6 113/15 147/23
Banks' [2] 74/24 156/15 163/16 165/2 165/4 167/7 167/21 169/21 birthdays [1] 29/6
bar [1] 29/16 171/3 173/10 173/11 174/20 174/20 177/1 bit [18] 10/24 18/17 18/18 24/12 24/13 45/1
Barham [4] 50/3 59/14 123/12 133/24 180/4 180/6 182/21 187/13 188/8 193/24 47/7 75/25 85/5 134/14 157/16 158/4 160/19
barrage [2] 20/9 85/15 200/6 201/10 201/22 207/11 211/4 211/8 161/1 162/1 194/4 205/11 214/13
base [1] 7/2 211/9 213/24 214/22 216/25 219/22 221/4 bitch [12] 30/10 30/10 30/11 30/20 31/18
based [15] 7/3 7/16 8/17 28/15 70/17 70/18 223/23 223/24 231/6 231/9 232/2 232/22 32/14 32/19 189/19 189/22 213/1 213/7 213/9
72/13 78/9 95/5 95/12 162/10 163/2 183/14 before [74] 1/9 5/4 19/25 38/1 38/2 41/8 black [4] 27/25 77/14 77/14 77/17
204/7 212/2 43/11 49/11 55/5 65/11 66/5 66/8 66/10 66/24 Blade [1] 140/18
bases [1] 23/19 67/4 67/6 67/20 68/11 70/7 73/5 75/14 76/12 blasting [1] 155/16
basic [2] 15/7 28/15 77/4 78/7 79/9 80/12 80/15 82/12 82/23 82/24 blatantly [1] 56/9
basically [48] 6/7 7/7 7/14 7/15 14/3 16/2 84/18 90/14 90/18 91/18 92/21 98/19 99/1 blind [1] 38/18
20/9 31/11 40/16 45/7 60/12 78/25 99/7 105/3 99/5 99/10 105/19 122/22 122/25 123/21 BLOOM [1] 1/16
106/8 107/1 109/9 109/16 111/24 115/11 123/21 123/22 124/12 127/15 130/15 137/20 blowing [2] 11/7 155/15
116/20 134/19 171/2 171/15 171/16 171/21 138/7 146/16 146/21 155/10 160/21 161/24 blue [4] 43/22 50/3 56/14 59/14
172/8 178/5 178/6 180/19 180/23 181/11 163/11 174/20 180/12 180/15 182/22 184/4 board [3] 37/2 41/13 130/3
182/9 182/11 183/8 184/13 185/21 189/23 184/9 184/12 190/21 191/12 192/4 193/3 body [2] 21/19 21/22
189/24 192/16 198/1 199/8 200/5 203/5 204/6 193/17 197/18 200/16 202/11 213/24 223/12 bond [12] 21/25 21/25 36/9 38/10 47/25
227/25 228/12 229/10 228/8 61/20 94/12 94/12 96/17 96/21 124/24 230/6
basis [7] 28/5 35/10 41/16 66/19 70/3 71/20 begin [2] 3/1 194/16 bondage [1] 141/19
164/16 beginning [10] 16/4 17/17 25/14 26/21 109/5 bonded [3] 122/19 153/11 177/7
Bates [1] 226/3 113/11 118/4 133/11 217/17 226/4 book [2] 115/17 115/24
be [371] begins [1] 15/24 boring [1] 135/24
be just [1] 23/7 behalf [2] 168/12 169/15 born [2] 4/19 183/17
be no [1] 120/1 behavior [1] 145/9 boss [4] 77/14 173/23 208/22 208/24
beat [25] 17/8 25/19 26/20 26/24 27/1 28/14 behind [3] 22/2 218/22 223/7 both [16] 25/1 65/19 70/19 70/20 103/16
43/9 43/13 135/2 138/21 139/11 175/7 175/10 being [90] 10/4 11/8 13/5 23/23 26/6 31/2 119/7 173/15 179/15 188/3 189/25 210/15
175/14 175/16 189/7 189/12 189/12 209/18 31/4 35/11 38/7 41/23 42/1 42/9 43/2 55/4 212/12 221/18 222/20 231/3 231/5
212/24 213/12 213/14 219/9 219/12 227/5 58/19 63/25 64/22 65/5 65/10 69/6 70/11 bother [1] 146/2
beaten [5] 13/6 25/6 25/7 138/7 138/14 76/10 77/22 79/8 80/25 82/4 85/4 85/19 85/21 bottom [17] 30/10 30/10 30/11 30/19 31/17
beating [3] 16/15 26/23 185/7 87/10 87/13 87/16 89/11 93/10 94/14 96/22 31/18 32/6 32/14 32/19 125/12 133/14 189/19
beatings [2] 20/1 205/6 104/15 105/18 106/13 107/1 107/21 122/20 189/22 190/2 213/1 213/7 213/9
beautiful [1] 183/11 128/17 128/18 135/22 135/24 145/22 146/5 bought [1] 182/19
became [3] 11/10 11/11 221/20 146/23 146/24 147/1 151/24 155/6 158/11 Boursaw [1] 187/3
because [139] 7/5 7/24 12/18 12/20 13/21 159/14 161/22 162/20 163/18 164/23 174/19 Bowl [3] 84/3 84/3 84/8
15/15 16/3 17/10 18/12 19/13 19/18 21/21 176/19 178/12 178/13 178/13 179/13 182/20 box [2] 194/8 235/12
21/24 22/14 24/13 26/20 27/2 29/6 31/20 182/22 183/5 187/25 191/18 194/14 197/20 boy [1] 159/13
32/14 32/24 36/3 39/9 39/10 45/4 52/1 52/16 203/9 203/14 204/1 204/2 205/22 209/6 boyfriend [10] 15/4 15/7 15/11 15/13 15/17
54/24 58/16 58/17 58/22 60/7 63/8 64/14 65/2 210/11 210/11 211/25 213/16 215/6 215/12 15/18 18/1 18/15 185/17 186/2
67/1 67/2 67/11 67/13 69/7 71/3 71/16 74/4 219/21 224/16 224/20 225/4 228/4 231/13 boyfriend/girlfriend [5] 15/4 15/13 18/1
75/2 76/6 76/20 76/23 77/13 84/23 85/16 belief [1] 151/9 18/15 186/2
85/25 86/2 90/2 90/14 91/1 93/8 94/2 94/18 believe [55] 7/4 8/5 9/14 15/21 51/9 52/13 break [14] 42/14 42/15 42/19 42/22 90/7
95/21 96/19 96/25 98/16 99/1 103/19 104/4 54/25 56/15 57/10 60/14 66/20 73/22 74/2 99/10 99/22 99/23 148/6 148/10 148/12
104/13 106/9 106/22 107/11 109/7 109/22 78/11 83/3 88/5 95/7 96/9 98/7 111/4 111/10 148/13 148/17 189/4
109/24 110/11 111/24 115/23 120/19 121/17 112/13 140/18 142/16 160/23 164/2 172/17 breaking [3] 21/15 90/6 148/25
122/15 124/1 127/4 127/13 127/18 128/8 180/2 181/12 182/12 182/13 183/15 183/17 bribe [1] 198/1
129/17 130/5 132/6 132/16 133/1 136/22 183/18 183/18 183/20 183/24 183/25 184/3 bribing [1] 89/12
142/6 142/7 145/20 146/4 146/8 146/10 185/10 185/12 195/12 201/14 201/15 201/15 briefly [4] 18/25 85/1 219/13 227/21
campaign [6] 22/2 136/11 188/18 206/18 change [5] 17/24 19/4 19/5 110/2 205/19
B 222/4 222/6 changes [2] 18/2 19/6
bright [2] 28/2 34/6 campaigning [2] 185/21 218/7 character [3] 40/5 140/22 177/10
bring [10] 16/25 17/25 18/2 21/25 78/9 94/2 can [137] 5/19 6/5 6/6 6/6 8/13 8/16 9/2 9/21 characterization [1] 163/8
95/20 95/25 99/19 99/20 9/25 9/25 9/25 10/16 14/17 17/6 18/5 19/12 characterizing [1] 210/22
bringing [2] 18/3 105/21 22/2 22/2 22/4 23/7 23/9 23/10 26/2 26/3 26/9 charge [18] 23/21 24/12 103/20 104/1 118/11
Britton [16] 55/19 55/24 154/18 154/19 26/24 29/2 29/17 29/17 30/16 32/18 35/10 118/16 118/17 118/18 118/20 129/2 129/3
154/20 156/2 156/3 156/3 156/5 156/6 156/9 35/13 35/21 37/18 37/24 38/13 40/8 41/3 129/3 130/8 163/15 163/16 171/19 219/18
156/10 156/11 156/13 156/22 220/16 41/25 42/9 42/23 43/19 46/5 53/17 55/12 226/15
Britton's [2] 156/14 156/17 61/22 71/19 76/3 79/4 90/7 94/22 102/21 charged [17] 91/15 104/3 113/9 118/5 153/5
broad [3] 119/2 119/9 218/7 104/18 106/15 106/15 109/12 109/15 109/17 154/22 154/25 155/6 171/12 171/17 171/18
broke [6] 14/12 36/6 42/21 146/12 185/8 113/9 115/9 115/17 115/24 115/25 116/6 204/22 205/23 205/25 211/6 211/9 211/9
228/13 116/7 116/16 120/10 120/19 127/4 127/23 charges [12] 97/19 97/21 114/16 118/3 118/4
broken [1] 183/8 127/23 128/1 128/5 129/21 129/22 130/4 121/10 158/19 171/2 201/3 204/19 205/25
brother [4] 50/3 59/16 60/7 153/21 133/12 133/13 135/10 136/6 137/7 138/20 206/1
brothers [2] 153/22 153/23 139/6 140/1 141/16 146/4 146/5 146/5 146/6 charging [5] 24/4 24/6 129/5 129/25 129/25
brought [4] 76/8 93/14 194/2 227/24 154/17 161/14 167/13 168/14 169/7 169/17 cheap [2] 39/8 39/8
brown [1] 43/23 171/24 172/3 174/17 176/9 176/10 176/21 check [1] 149/6
brownie [1] 151/19 176/22 177/7 179/3 189/6 189/10 192/25 checking [2] 18/7 18/9
brutally [1] 25/19 194/7 194/9 194/22 195/12 196/24 198/5 chick's [1] 106/4
buddies [1] 193/8 198/8 199/21 200/10 200/15 200/15 201/3 Chief [2] 1/4 1/9
build [1] 185/15 201/5 212/17 214/6 214/15 215/20 222/4 child [4] 13/14 21/25 22/4 22/4
Building [1] 1/12 222/6 222/7 222/10 222/10 223/4 223/18 children [6] 10/5 10/6 10/7 182/21 187/1
bumps [1] 17/20 223/18 223/18 223/22 225/4 229/24 187/6
bunch [4] 37/16 107/18 108/12 134/7 can't [41] 16/7 16/8 16/22 16/24 21/8 21/22 chime [1] 8/21
bus [1] 86/5 30/24 31/13 39/9 39/12 39/22 39/22 61/17 choice [22] 139/23 139/24 189/15 206/14
business [38] 31/4 31/9 31/10 50/14 124/11 62/25 65/7 73/12 76/24 79/23 103/20 107/11 206/16 206/19 207/25 218/6 218/11 218/12
124/22 125/9 126/5 126/6 126/17 126/21 112/21 112/22 112/22 116/13 117/11 118/19 218/14 218/16 218/23 218/23 219/1 219/4
126/24 127/13 129/18 130/18 130/19 130/20 120/9 120/16 120/16 121/4 130/5 140/2 146/3 219/7 219/7 222/21 222/24 223/1 223/11
132/19 132/21 132/23 134/15 138/23 139/19 169/4 169/16 177/6 192/24 192/25 196/11 choose [12] 39/20 39/21 39/24 40/2 140/3
140/7 144/2 144/7 152/1 156/24 165/22 201/4 204/22 200/11 207/17 218/21 219/10 223/3 223/8
166/11 166/14 180/10 180/10 189/23 192/19 cannot [2] 27/18 102/9 228/20
192/19 192/25 220/2 capabilities [2] 28/1 28/4 chooses [1] 138/13
businessman [4] 130/10 130/13 180/20 capable [1] 188/17 choosey [1] 136/17
180/22 capitol [1] 50/25 choosing [3] 64/9 208/2 208/2
businessperson [1] 180/24 capture [1] 141/19 chose [1] 188/16
but [279] car [10] 10/15 51/21 56/11 62/16 75/16 99/15 chosen [1] 136/10
buttons [1] 182/10 105/1 181/18 181/20 211/8 Cihak [4] 71/4 100/12 170/16 233/18
Caramel [2] 30/6 33/19 Cinnamon [1] 34/19
C care [11] 10/7 10/10 64/16 101/22 146/7 circumstances [1] 183/14
cab [3] 122/9 134/1 154/9 152/2 182/20 182/21 187/14 187/15 226/7 circumstantial [1] 72/17
Cadillac [1] 56/14 career [3] 7/19 188/7 212/11 circumstantially [1] 69/6
California [6] 60/12 87/24 120/15 132/5 careful [1] 100/10 cities [2] 36/25 126/6
132/12 226/19 carry [3] 16/14 45/3 91/5 city [7] 23/8 23/14 36/23 37/1 50/24 80/24
call [74] 4/5 14/2 16/10 16/23 20/8 21/9 22/23 carrying [1] 94/9 126/15
24/3 31/6 35/10 35/22 41/4 42/7 43/8 43/11 cars [2] 9/22 42/6 civil [1] 140/6
43/13 46/5 53/16 53/17 55/3 55/5 55/6 56/10 case [37] 1/3 3/2 6/10 7/3 43/17 49/16 57/25 civility [1] 140/4
57/19 61/8 63/14 64/15 72/16 73/16 75/7 59/23 77/8 83/7 92/9 96/11 97/17 97/22 100/3 clarify [2] 66/2 67/13
75/18 75/19 76/15 76/15 77/10 77/12 78/14 100/6 100/11 100/11 103/8 122/6 125/25 clear [4] 66/3 67/2 67/8 68/1
106/24 107/20 107/21 108/19 115/9 116/1 156/2 168/18 169/14 189/8 192/11 197/13 clearinghouse [1] 53/15
116/16 116/17 117/14 122/3 127/11 127/22 200/10 212/3 218/19 228/8 232/25 233/6 clearly [3] 67/5 71/18 88/22
128/15 151/15 152/18 152/18 152/19 153/1 233/8 233/11 233/12 234/6 Clever [1] 50/8
157/16 157/17 158/25 160/9 162/10 166/3 Cashmere [1] 144/15 client [4] 7/24 7/25 68/14 157/5
166/4 168/11 181/22 194/3 194/20 196/11 casino [1] 21/2 close [2] 146/3 189/23
197/19 214/13 220/17 220/18 221/6 225/19 casinos [1] 23/19 closely [1] 187/19
230/20 cat [1] 177/5 closeness [1] 162/18
called [42] 3/6 29/22 34/8 43/14 44/19 44/21 catch [3] 21/1 38/10 138/18 closer [1] 222/11
56/15 56/15 62/15 63/16 63/18 75/11 77/11 caught [2] 148/7 201/5 clothe [2] 22/14 22/15
78/3 78/15 78/16 85/9 85/25 86/5 87/7 105/6 cause [1] 82/4 clothes [3] 9/22 86/4 182/18
130/24 148/21 154/12 154/13 155/18 157/19 cell [3] 157/12 199/20 217/7 co [4] 68/17 154/25 155/7 202/6
157/19 159/1 159/1 159/20 160/23 160/25 center [2] 158/8 164/15 co-conspirator [3] 68/17 154/25 155/7
160/25 161/11 161/11 165/1 169/21 178/20 certain [15] 14/15 37/25 38/4 53/17 65/7 72/9 co-defendants [1] 202/6
178/22 225/2 230/20 75/6 134/24 140/4 158/15 176/4 178/1 188/3 coast [1] 47/5
calling [18] 43/8 43/10 55/16 62/11 62/11 209/16 215/13 Cocoa [1] 156/14
63/11 70/1 71/10 71/15 87/6 106/4 106/9 certainly [10] 8/12 127/11 134/5 144/20 code [11] 79/15 140/7 140/9 140/12 140/13
119/20 152/7 155/15 164/15 164/17 201/20 145/7 152/1 152/6 154/8 156/23 167/19 140/14 140/22 144/20 144/23 145/8 147/11
calls [16] 3/5 4/6 25/9 45/15 74/4 85/8 88/6 CERTIFICATION [1] 235/1 coerced [1] 171/15
88/7 88/8 106/8 107/6 158/2 158/3 197/11 certify [1] 235/2 coercion [1] 171/12
197/17 197/20 cetera [1] 221/22 coin [1] 153/3
came [21] 5/2 13/12 13/13 57/10 71/18 71/18 chain [1] 139/11 cold [3] 40/25 41/1 41/5
73/21 86/23 94/13 94/20 101/25 110/22 challenge [1] 137/5 Coleman [6] 151/3 151/7 151/17 151/23
144/14 146/20 180/17 184/4 192/5 192/7 challenging [1] 26/16 152/15 152/23
207/9 207/13 213/21 chances [1] 111/3 Coleone [7] 49/15 52/8 52/9 52/11 52/13 53/7
135/3 191/2 191/7 191/10 191/13 191/15 191/25
C consequences [3] 141/11 197/25 219/7 192/3 192/11 192/14 192/17 193/11 193/25
Coleone... [1] 226/7 consider [15] 45/18 56/3 79/4 90/5 100/20 195/22 196/1 197/4 197/9 197/13 198/3 199/2
collect [3] 32/19 157/19 159/1 141/2 141/3 141/4 193/23 194/18 196/3 199/14 199/16 199/20 200/6 200/20 201/8
college [7] 180/12 180/14 180/15 180/16 209/10 214/11 231/3 231/5 202/20 203/1 204/17 206/21 207/25 208/6
180/17 180/18 180/21 considered [11] 11/22 14/13 23/24 28/13 208/20 217/19 219/16 222/18 228/3 228/6
Colorado [1] 60/12 48/4 54/1 144/22 150/3 150/4 174/19 196/4 231/2 233/23 235/5
come [49] 16/13 17/13 21/22 27/13 27/18 consistent [1] 145/8 corrected [3] 13/3 85/3 85/5
39/15 63/6 68/22 74/13 78/3 91/24 94/25 consistently [1] 67/11 correcting [2] 20/7 118/16
97/11 99/9 99/24 111/10 111/13 111/13 conspiracy [14] 68/4 68/5 68/12 68/14 68/18 correctly [1] 183/1
114/11 116/6 117/5 128/1 128/2 134/14 88/16 88/17 88/22 88/23 88/24 89/3 89/15 cost [1] 120/3
137/10 139/3 141/21 144/13 147/24 150/15 171/18 197/14 costs [1] 178/6
151/14 151/24 153/25 161/25 163/21 166/5 conspirator [3] 68/17 154/25 155/7 could [120] 13/2 13/2 14/21 15/16 20/15 22/9
174/23 176/23 183/7 188/14 189/1 198/12 Constant [1] 31/15 23/8 27/10 27/13 28/6 28/8 29/13 29/14 32/2
198/17 213/10 215/10 218/17 218/18 221/17 constantly [1] 39/20 37/22 37/22 38/23 45/10 48/1 48/18 48/19
221/19 constricted [1] 8/16 55/3 55/5 57/19 64/9 66/15 72/1 72/2 75/10
comes [9] 7/25 43/13 71/22 76/8 77/2 186/18 consult [1] 216/4 75/12 81/5 84/9 91/9 104/1 104/25 109/7
193/10 200/24 218/23 consulting [1] 27/14 116/21 116/22 116/22 118/19 119/9 127/14
comfort [2] 81/7 205/13 contact [23] 11/17 11/25 13/10 31/14 31/15 131/19 135/2 136/5 136/24 141/11 145/21
comfortable [3] 18/15 159/23 205/11 48/9 57/14 57/16 60/4 80/11 87/3 90/23 97/16 145/22 146/19 146/23 146/25 148/10 148/12
coming [19] 27/3 49/1 58/5 62/18 63/3 69/4 97/23 98/1 123/17 123/19 134/15 160/6 164/6 149/14 153/10 155/25 158/21 158/22 159/21
70/24 72/9 87/11 88/4 88/15 137/20 157/15 225/18 226/6 233/14 161/19 162/17 163/23 163/25 164/13 166/25
162/4 162/5 162/8 202/9 202/10 233/22 contacted [3] 68/6 73/22 165/2 168/8 173/8 174/16 177/1 182/3 182/5 183/18
commerce [1] 34/22 contacting [1] 131/3 189/25 189/25 189/25 194/14 194/25 197/2
commissary [7] 48/14 124/5 196/1 196/15 contacts [2] 80/12 229/23 197/2 197/19 197/23 197/25 199/9 200/2
196/15 196/17 229/11 contained [1] 235/3 200/3 203/11 204/1 205/3 205/24 206/1 207/7
committed [2] 103/19 185/20 contemporary [1] 93/14 207/8 211/5 211/8 211/9 212/14 213/6 214/19
common [11] 27/20 38/16 133/12 161/21 context [1] 72/18 216/20 217/16 217/18 217/23 218/13 221/9
181/14 181/24 185/17 195/21 211/17 212/4 continue [25] 18/19 31/10 85/11 102/3 224/20 224/21 224/21 225/2 225/4 227/3
218/5 102/10 102/23 104/5 104/20 105/24 106/17 227/7 228/19 228/20 230/8 230/9 230/13
commonly [2] 79/13 206/15 107/13 108/14 109/1 109/18 110/6 110/23 230/22 231/17 232/4
communicate [8] 46/20 90/24 90/25 104/13 111/15 112/14 112/24 113/19 114/17 120/5 couldn't [10] 92/24 92/25 93/1 167/5 167/5
104/16 104/17 164/5 165/3 120/20 121/12 186/24 201/14 204/24 220/1 221/5 227/2
communicated [2] 47/23 201/23 continued [6] 154/3 154/15 226/5 226/6 counsel [8] 1/14 3/1 71/2 170/15 208/17
communicating [2] 87/18 112/20 226/12 226/12 208/18 227/18 232/17
company [1] 166/22 continues [1] 181/20 Count [3] 202/23 202/25 202/25
compared [2] 106/5 106/15 continuing [1] 205/16 country [11] 22/20 23/11 35/14 40/10 45/6
comparison [1] 106/12 contracted [1] 63/24 46/25 46/25 87/23 120/13 124/2 126/22
competing [2] 18/10 18/22 control [7] 105/11 111/12 174/8 175/2 181/19 counts [7] 89/1 202/24 203/9 203/9 203/10
competition [6] 18/6 151/18 157/1 222/3 185/3 190/3 203/16 203/17
222/13 222/16 controlling [1] 4/15 county [10] 84/22 91/8 91/8 91/13 95/22 99/6
competitive [2] 18/6 132/19 conversation [25] 60/21 62/23 62/24 79/3 103/23 158/7 158/10 225/17
complete [3] 194/14 194/15 216/16 79/6 85/10 89/22 101/7 101/8 101/10 105/15 couple [15] 44/14 45/12 48/11 48/14 59/7
completely [2] 168/8 200/8 107/5 123/23 149/6 160/19 162/2 163/3 163/9 81/6 87/7 88/9 97/13 99/11 124/5 126/14
compliance [2] 20/18 115/5 164/3 178/18 179/15 179/17 179/19 209/8 160/8 195/24 225/15
comply [5] 26/15 117/4 217/1 228/15 228/18 209/8 course [24] 13/19 58/17 65/4 79/8 92/25
concept [1] 6/16 conversations [11] 80/13 89/5 91/23 95/5 98/24 125/8 126/21 133/20 137/2 141/20
concern [8] 192/13 205/17 205/20 205/22 95/12 96/6 98/10 98/13 99/10 100/21 179/1 144/1 154/7 163/14 164/3 175/16 179/4 179/5
205/23 210/25 211/1 211/2 convicted [2] 3/19 5/9 188/4 199/15 199/17 215/6 228/25 233/13
concerned [1] 88/18 convictions [1] 5/7 court [19] 1/1 1/25 49/1 73/3 75/22 90/5
concerning [1] 228/7 convince [6] 94/25 108/10 117/6 189/5 189/6 100/5 102/4 102/22 120/25 157/15 170/21
conclude [2] 69/23 232/21 223/5 187/8 198/24 200/6 203/8 216/3 232/13
concluded [4] 9/12 67/17 69/17 90/11 convincing [1] 111/2 235/11
conclusion [3] 71/12 71/20 74/25 Cookie [2] 34/8 34/9 Court's [1] 216/6
concrete [1] 76/18 cool [10] 35/15 40/5 77/24 77/25 78/1 110/16 courtesies [2] 177/2 209/11
condition [1] 186/18 116/14 116/15 193/8 219/24 courthouse [4] 100/1 232/24 233/17 235/12
conditions [1] 216/19 cooperate [9] 4/6 111/9 112/8 168/24 169/5 courtroom [5] 1/11 71/7 100/13 170/19
conduct [9] 72/1 126/5 126/7 126/23 140/17 200/8 205/17 211/5 216/13 233/20
204/19 217/2 217/4 220/2 cooperated [3] 168/7 205/1 205/14 cousin [3] 47/23 47/24 230/10
conducted [2] 147/19 147/20 cooperating [2] 121/7 205/12 cover [1] 166/22
conducting [3] 125/9 144/1 144/7 cooperation [3] 169/8 200/7 216/15 coverage [1] 233/8
confidant [2] 140/25 224/3 coordinator [1] 92/22 CR [1] 1/3
confidence [1] 34/4 cops [2] 152/16 152/24 crash [2] 179/4 179/5
confirm [3] 70/7 70/8 82/11 copy [1] 235/5 create [1] 23/9
conflicts [3] 54/6 54/8 220/11 corner [3] 23/8 57/2 81/13 created [3] 54/10 81/22 81/22
confronted [2] 156/14 156/17 correct [87] 53/10 65/1 83/12 90/15 93/12 creates [4] 18/5 18/6 22/7 22/9
confusing [1] 88/23 109/19 128/18 130/11 130/12 139/8 139/20 creating [1] 154/1
conjunction [1] 167/1 140/21 143/20 171/2 172/9 173/23 174/2 creativity [1] 21/4
connected [1] 160/9 174/5 174/8 174/16 175/5 175/8 175/18 credibility [1] 163/24
connection [8] 14/17 14/23 14/24 15/24 17/9 175/21 175/24 176/2 177/14 177/25 178/3 crime [1] 103/19
17/10 165/15 185/10 178/6 178/9 179/9 179/24 181/8 184/14 criminal [6] 5/24 124/17 202/17 202/18
conscience [2] 14/2 14/3 184/18 184/19 185/5 187/1 187/20 188/6 217/2 217/4
consequence [5] 17/22 26/11 107/24 135/2 188/12 188/17 190/9 190/16 190/19 190/24 criticism [1] 20/10
defendant's [1] 216/24 116/24 117/6 121/1 121/18 122/17 123/2
C defendants [10] 1/5 43/17 49/12 49/16 53/10 123/6 123/12 123/18 123/20 124/3 124/6
criticisms [1] 85/16 60/16 83/7 92/9 109/25 202/6 124/7 133/9 142/24 143/17 145/12 148/16
cross [11] 2/4 8/3 23/11 72/3 87/23 124/9 defense [1] 232/17 148/16 149/8 149/21 151/20 152/22 155/11
134/21 170/23 173/22 221/24 234/2 define [2] 79/11 169/3 164/1 165/7 165/9 165/17 165/20 172/8
cross-country [2] 23/11 87/23 defined [2] 169/2 189/18 172/13 172/18 173/18 174/13 175/14 179/15
cross-examination [7] 8/3 72/3 124/9 170/23 definite [1] 38/4 181/6 181/7 182/3 182/14 182/14 183/1
173/22 221/24 234/2 definitely [9] 97/10 111/9 152/18 153/13 183/15 183/24 184/2 184/8 184/9 188/13
crossed [1] 134/18 154/13 196/19 196/19 196/24 196/25 190/15 192/21 192/22 193/2 193/5 196/3
CRR [2] 1/25 235/11 definition [4] 177/17 193/23 194/18 214/11 197/16 202/3 208/22 209/16 209/19 209/22
crying [1] 86/7 degree [2] 180/10 180/11 209/25 210/5 210/5 210/18 213/9 213/11
cure [1] 74/25 delegate [1] 190/8 213/14 213/18 215/10 218/4 219/6 221/9
current [2] 168/5 188/9 deliberately [1] 26/13 221/17 221/19 224/6 224/14 225/7 225/10
currently [4] 3/15 156/2 167/7 231/22 demands [1] 134/24 225/13 226/16 226/20 227/9 228/14 229/6
cuss [2] 20/9 85/15 denied [2] 156/7 156/9 229/8 231/1
custody [6] 89/13 96/10 97/2 97/5 107/2 department [6] 91/13 95/22 99/7 103/23 didn't [124] 10/22 10/24 11/2 13/1 18/13
158/7 108/2 216/10 34/3 34/4 34/5 44/13 46/8 46/8 47/14 51/9
customer [1] 80/1 depend [2] 194/25 214/19 52/16 53/20 56/12 56/13 58/21 59/1 59/2 62/7
customers [2] 80/2 126/16 depended [3] 23/23 46/22 48/19 62/10 65/4 73/13 74/4 74/18 74/23 76/13
cut [7] 63/9 129/18 132/21 147/12 147/15 dependency [3] 22/8 22/9 135/22 77/10 79/11 85/12 87/17 87/17 96/16 96/19
178/6 225/25 dependent [5] 17/11 19/23 27/4 169/13 183/5 96/20 96/24 105/9 111/9 116/20 118/14
cut-throat [4] 132/21 147/12 147/15 225/25 depending [7] 12/25 12/25 13/1 28/1 28/1 122/13 134/7 138/19 145/25 146/2 146/7
cutest [1] 28/3 28/3 39/4 146/7 148/18 149/3 149/5 149/10 149/25
Cutty [2] 50/3 59/14 depends [5] 39/18 43/5 190/1 195/15 222/7 150/1 150/8 150/22 152/2 152/5 152/17 154/4
deposition [2] 121/7 121/8 159/16 159/17 159/23 159/25 159/25 161/17
D deputy [1] 91/8 162/15 162/19 162/22 163/3 164/17 166/7
D.C [14] 44/23 44/24 44/25 45/3 45/4 45/23 Derek [37] 50/5 53/2 53/3 53/12 53/14 53/23 166/9 171/19 171/24 172/3 172/12 173/1
46/11 46/12 50/17 51/7 51/20 51/23 60/10 54/22 54/24 55/4 55/5 55/5 55/6 55/6 55/7 173/22 174/1 174/4 174/7 175/4 175/7 175/17
129/11 56/15 64/3 65/20 66/9 66/10 82/23 87/19 175/20 175/23 176/1 176/17 179/3 179/4
Daddy [1] 12/12 93/17 93/18 123/7 150/19 150/22 151/6 152/6 179/22 180/1 181/13 182/5 183/20 188/20
daily [5] 4/16 27/17 28/5 41/16 164/16 152/8 153/18 153/24 197/6 197/9 211/3 189/14 197/24 203/6 203/19 203/23 203/24
Dana [2] 52/4 52/7 220/15 221/15 226/11 203/24 204/4 208/22 210/4 213/8 213/10
dance [1] 166/5 Derick [8] 49/15 50/18 52/8 52/9 53/7 88/9 219/9 224/5 224/19 225/10 226/7 226/10
danger [2] 8/11 206/5 123/12 226/6 226/24 227/10 228/16 228/19 228/21 229/14
dangerous [1] 37/22 derogatory [1] 156/19 229/15 230/10 232/6
DARYL [1] 1/16 describe [2] 14/18 147/15 didn't disguise [1] 59/1
date [19] 1/10 51/10 51/11 51/11 51/14 56/23 described [4] 6/9 44/6 153/6 231/7 difference [1] 5/22
57/23 59/21 79/19 79/20 79/25 80/1 80/5 80/7 describing [2] 7/19 181/8 different [19] 21/16 23/19 126/14 147/20
80/8 125/5 133/6 143/6 155/23 designated [1] 216/14 162/5 172/8 181/7 184/5 184/12 184/13
dated [2] 193/15 235/7 desirable [2] 136/21 136/23 184/13 184/22 185/3 196/20 207/17 208/5
dates [5] 11/17 21/1 39/7 39/10 79/22 desire [2] 6/4 141/6 208/5 210/16 229/5
dating [1] 166/15 despicable [1] 86/3 differently [3] 181/8 201/13 206/2
daughter [3] 108/10 108/11 112/20 despite [3] 100/7 154/5 183/13 difficult [1] 40/19
Dawan [11] 50/7 92/5 92/6 98/11 101/1 detail [4] 74/19 75/1 157/17 170/12 diligence [2] 75/18 75/19
103/16 105/13 105/14 106/8 160/16 221/14 detailed [1] 74/17 dime [1] 227/10
day [37] 12/15 12/16 12/16 12/18 21/7 25/15 detained [1] 158/11 direct [14] 2/4 3/13 72/1 101/6 117/13 126/8
25/19 25/19 26/23 27/21 27/22 29/5 29/9 detected [3] 96/19 96/23 122/16 143/4 181/1 183/6 185/11 189/18 190/18
46/24 51/8 56/5 56/6 58/9 58/10 85/2 85/2 detention [2] 158/8 164/15 226/20 234/2
86/23 92/25 93/1 105/19 106/10 107/21 108/6 determine [1] 169/7 directed [1] 211/6
151/22 186/12 190/11 216/12 232/22 233/2 determined [1] 126/22 direction [1] 162/23
234/2 234/3 235/8 determining [1] 73/17 directly [5] 32/3 56/11 82/14 159/23 193/8
days [11] 33/1 86/23 103/9 104/4 106/11 Detroit [4] 60/9 83/4 83/4 126/11 disagree [1] 147/18
107/25 113/13 117/20 117/21 117/21 234/11 develop [1] 14/2 disappeared [1] 97/18
daytime [2] 12/18 12/20 developed [1] 231/14 disappears [1] 223/14
Daytona [5] 85/12 86/17 86/20 86/22 86/24 dictate [1] 16/24 disassociating [1] 145/23
deal [19] 39/3 54/3 59/6 77/14 141/12 141/13 did [217] 3/24 4/18 5/4 5/4 5/16 7/6 7/6 7/12 discipline [6] 20/4 134/19 213/11 224/7 224/8
141/18 179/7 203/19 203/21 203/23 203/25 8/24 10/20 10/20 12/23 13/25 14/22 22/19 224/10
204/2 204/4 204/6 204/9 205/23 210/6 215/6 22/23 23/4 23/21 24/16 28/11 29/10 29/11 disciplined [1] 224/11
dealing [10] 38/15 46/7 112/5 112/5 128/11 29/11 29/12 31/14 31/16 32/15 33/12 34/22 disciplining [3] 13/18 16/15 19/25
159/15 164/21 212/2 212/3 212/7 34/25 35/3 35/3 35/19 39/24 40/20 41/9 44/7 disclosed [2] 217/12 217/12
dealt [2] 27/8 182/14 44/10 44/17 45/11 45/17 46/4 46/16 46/17 discovery [1] 176/8
debriefed [1] 213/16 47/9 47/21 48/9 48/12 48/15 49/4 49/19 49/24 discretion [4] 199/23 200/3 216/3 216/7
debriefings [2] 112/6 216/17 50/18 51/5 51/16 51/18 51/25 53/12 54/8 discuss [9] 47/2 63/17 99/17 100/3 146/18
December [1] 171/4 54/11 56/18 57/9 57/11 57/14 58/7 58/9 60/4 176/6 209/19 209/22 232/25
decide [4] 27/13 63/13 63/13 128/5 60/6 60/8 62/1 62/4 63/1 63/1 63/6 63/21 discussed [5] 56/16 63/17 90/13 107/21
decided [3] 19/7 76/14 189/14 63/21 65/1 65/8 65/23 67/13 69/23 70/7 70/8 230/17
decides [2] 139/10 218/24 70/10 72/18 72/18 72/19 75/9 77/12 78/9 discussing [1] 199/18
decision [4] 200/4 218/17 218/18 218/19 78/13 78/17 79/6 80/10 80/11 80/13 82/2 discussion [12] 6/22 9/12 66/18 67/17 68/9
decisions [2] 16/8 20/21 82/11 83/14 83/22 85/20 86/11 87/3 91/5 69/17 88/3 90/11 202/3 202/5 202/10 229/23
dedicated [3] 30/17 31/20 185/19 91/20 92/15 92/22 94/9 95/2 95/5 96/16 96/17 discussions [1] 210/5
deemed [1] 204/3 97/23 98/12 98/23 99/12 99/17 101/9 101/9 disease [6] 63/24 64/5 67/1 67/11 78/22 78/23
defendant [10] 1/20 1/22 122/4 122/6 207/1 103/10 104/9 104/24 105/2 106/6 107/21 disgrace [1] 85/21
209/20 209/23 216/5 216/25 217/2 108/20 110/13 112/18 114/5 116/12 116/18 disguise [4] 59/1 59/2 59/2 59/8
112/22 112/23 115/5 124/17 150/5 153/11 207/18 207/23 209/7
D 164/7 164/8 184/24 184/25 188/24 209/13 elicited [2] 69/19 71/21
disgusted [1] 64/17 209/14 212/1 213/4 221/3 221/3 221/4 223/12 eliciting [2] 69/13 75/4
dishonest [1] 198/5 225/20 229/6 232/1 232/5 232/7 234/9 eliminate [1] 151/18
dismissal [1] 121/1 Dooney [25] 93/5 93/6 93/7 98/11 101/3 else [36] 11/4 13/21 23/4 23/14 50/4 53/22
Disney [5] 29/1 29/5 29/14 29/19 84/5 103/15 104/9 105/18 116/13 117/18 120/8 96/21 100/4 109/10 109/10 109/11 115/23
dispute [1] 220/15 123/12 157/19 159/1 159/2 159/4 159/8 159/9 117/10 120/9 128/7 128/12 130/7 138/13
disputes [4] 133/18 220/12 220/13 220/16 159/11 159/11 159/20 160/21 161/11 163/21 138/15 138/20 139/17 141/17 161/10 162/14
disputing [1] 75/2 221/15 165/22 172/22 180/21 184/24 213/8 224/4
distinction [1] 67/8 Dooney's [2] 160/12 160/23 227/18 229/18 232/10 232/25 233/1 233/1
distinguish [2] 74/15 140/10 doors [7] 56/1 56/10 155/14 155/17 156/6 else's [2] 85/8 162/15
distinguishing [1] 181/2 156/6 156/7 embodies [1] 140/22
district [6] 1/1 1/1 146/22 216/3 216/6 217/22
dose [1] 135/8 embody [1] 177/10
disturbance [2] 54/10 55/11 down [43] 20/16 21/4 21/15 28/25 29/4 35/11 emotional [11] 11/5 14/17 14/23 14/24 15/23
divide [3] 175/1 178/2 209/18 36/3 39/19 41/6 47/13 51/20 57/12 76/5 76/18 16/14 17/9 17/10 21/25 61/20 185/10
dividing [1] 174/4 85/18 86/20 87/21 95/25 102/16 104/18 107/4 emotionally [2] 11/5 20/17
divulged [1] 204/24 108/24 110/12 111/25 128/1 128/4 140/15 emphasized [1] 96/1
do [274] 146/12 146/17 148/24 151/14 163/21 165/6 employed [2] 134/2 166/12
document [4] 167/13 167/14 171/7 171/10 173/14 176/17 176/23 177/11 179/4 179/5 employment [2] 124/16 124/18
does [52] 4/5 4/12 7/20 8/15 9/15 13/8 15/25 204/6 213/16 215/15 225/16 encounters [1] 21/6
16/13 16/14 17/9 19/4 19/5 21/15 31/25 31/25 drag [1] 139/11 encouraged [1] 12/10
32/8 32/22 33/5 38/2 39/16 42/14 61/13 61/18 draw [1] 71/12 encouragement [1] 112/4
72/4 81/19 89/9 100/7 113/25 119/24 120/18 drawer [1] 34/1 end [10] 10/15 10/16 25/5 26/12 26/18 64/24
146/14 148/6 156/17 166/20 173/5 184/19 dream [18] 6/14 6/15 6/16 6/17 7/9 7/10 9/15 150/15 200/18 203/18 211/17
200/4 205/11 208/24 212/23 212/24 213/4 10/12 10/12 14/15 181/11 181/13 181/22 ended [4] 29/18 64/9 79/3 96/4
218/23 219/1 219/4 219/17 222/1 222/2 222/4 211/21 211/24 212/6 213/11 228/24 endure [1] 182/6
222/13 222/24 223/1 dreams [1] 181/25 energy [1] 163/13
doesn't [31] 16/23 19/23 21/19 38/21 38/22 drive [3] 39/16 122/13 122/15 enforce [2] 17/1 18/17
38/25 39/1 39/21 73/9 74/13 88/25 88/25 driver [5] 70/24 122/9 134/1 153/6 154/9 enforcement [9] 89/9 89/13 97/16 125/15
108/12 108/21 108/22 113/4 121/2 121/8 drivers [1] 81/22 157/4 176/22 198/21 198/25 211/12
138/17 161/25 181/19 181/20 186/22 186/23 driving [2] 144/3 231/17 engage [4] 60/8 202/17 202/18 210/5
196/22 199/24 200/13 200/23 205/13 223/15 dropped [4] 97/19 121/11 122/21 122/24 engaged [2] 96/6 217/2
231/18 drove [3] 44/23 148/24 156/13 engagement [2] 68/19 68/23
doing [63] 6/17 11/17 13/12 14/3 14/4 14/6 drug [1] 138/14 enough [16] 17/14 17/15 17/15 20/14 20/14
17/23 18/13 18/14 20/11 20/12 29/2 31/3 31/4 dry [1] 186/25 65/2 125/5 132/3 137/8 137/8 179/13 186/17
31/7 35/17 37/4 37/14 39/7 39/10 41/10 41/19 DT [3] 93/4 101/2 117/18 193/2 200/4 218/10 225/1
46/1 55/24 56/1 61/21 93/2 93/3 107/24 duck [1] 77/19 ensure [2] 74/12 159/20
110/13 110/14 110/14 110/19 110/20 111/20 ducks [1] 77/18 entering [2] 203/3 217/3
112/7 119/15 130/4 144/5 149/3 149/8 150/12 dude [1] 137/7 entertainment [1] 165/24
150/13 162/3 165/23 166/21 178/14 178/15 due [2] 75/18 75/19 entice [4] 175/17 183/15 198/23 209/18
180/6 183/17 185/3 187/22 188/8 188/17 duly [1] 3/6 enticed [2] 135/14 171/15
190/1 210/4 210/4 211/22 219/24 219/25 during [11] 97/24 100/4 100/5 173/21 181/1 enticement [1] 171/12
223/19 224/24 224/25 189/18 191/15 191/24 191/25 221/24 232/12 enticing [2] 182/11 211/21
dollar [1] 32/19 duties [1] 31/23 entire [1] 97/24
dollars [18] 27/25 33/7 33/9 36/4 48/14 58/22duty [1] 190/8 entitled [1] 9/6
58/23 58/25 59/7 60/3 67/21 114/23 115/1 entry [1] 189/3
119/1 120/4 124/5 130/1 227/5 E enunciated [1] 131/3
domino [1] 109/15 each [27] 11/10 11/23 18/10 29/25 31/17 environment [3] 11/4 18/6 188/22
don't [145] 7/4 13/3 13/21 15/2 15/5 16/8 35/19 40/19 41/11 42/3 47/1 47/8 59/5 125/5 ERIC [19] 1/4 1/22 43/20 43/23 60/16 171/1
16/10 19/20 20/6 22/17 25/7 25/24 25/25 26/4 125/13 125/17 129/5 174/19 179/8 179/22 190/18 191/17 191/23 192/1 195/24 196/3
26/8 26/20 27/19 31/3 32/4 32/16 36/11 37/1 184/13 184/17 184/19 191/15 221/21 222/8 197/6 197/13 208/8 209/20 210/2 213/19
37/17 40/1 43/4 50/6 50/23 50/24 51/9 53/18 229/8 232/23 228/4
58/9 58/16 60/1 64/16 73/15 76/6 78/11 80/24 earlier [6] 73/16 76/9 105/12 173/4 196/8 Eric's [1] 192/6
85/24 85/24 87/20 87/21 87/21 90/7 96/20 233/16 errands [2] 122/12 153/13
97/22 100/6 108/19 111/2 111/10 111/21 early [4] 148/20 180/5 180/7 234/9 Escambia [7] 91/8 91/13 95/22 99/6 103/23
111/22 112/10 112/12 113/10 117/9 118/13 earn [3] 73/2 181/16 181/16 158/7 158/10
120/11 120/12 120/13 122/15 122/16 127/7 earned [5] 12/6 28/9 42/20 46/13 148/11 escapes [1] 223/14
127/25 127/25 128/1 128/7 128/10 128/23 earning [2] 6/7 144/10 escort [9] 23/16 23/18 71/4 100/12 165/24
129/17 129/18 129/21 129/21 129/22 131/4 earnings [2] 4/17 180/6 166/3 166/14 170/17 233/19
135/4 135/14 136/4 136/17 137/17 138/16 ears [1] 30/23 escorted [1] 71/4
139/13 141/11 141/13 141/19 141/24 155/13 easier [1] 152/7 especially [1] 15/1
155/13 159/6 159/7 159/14 160/12 161/3 easily [1] 162/10 ESQ [2] 1/19 1/21
165/6 166/2 170/7 170/7 174/24 174/25 east [1] 47/5 essentially [11] 4/23 6/10 9/19 30/11 54/22
176/13 176/23 178/20 179/2 183/8 183/9 eat [4] 122/18 130/5 130/5 132/16 90/22 164/10 185/19 211/6 212/12 220/10
184/25 186/2 186/8 189/5 189/10 189/10 eating [1] 132/13 establish [4] 14/23 70/3 125/12 185/10
190/2 190/4 190/11 195/17 195/18 199/14 edgewise [1] 107/6 established [2] 23/25 68/3
199/16 200/17 200/21 201/12 201/17 202/14 educational [1] 180/9 esteem [1] 34/4
202/14 203/7 203/20 204/22 205/15 205/24 effect [1] 109/15 estimated [1] 188/6
205/25 206/6 206/7 207/9 207/12 207/20 effective [1] 20/15 estimation [1] 188/9
212/5 217/15 218/8 218/14 220/5 220/6 effort [4] 88/10 88/19 88/21 211/17 et [1] 221/22
223/16 224/14 228/10 233/14 eighth [1] 182/1 ethnic [1] 77/15
done [37] 17/23 19/10 19/12 19/13 20/18 either [15] 26/16 29/13 32/2 32/20 42/16 55/6 even [42] 7/18 27/14 52/22 61/19 63/3 63/10
22/17 22/18 46/2 67/1 88/17 90/24 97/6 71/13 112/21 136/12 152/3 171/25 191/7 64/23 78/1 106/11 118/16 120/15 125/1
experienced [3] 93/11 128/17 207/11 96/17 133/12 146/22 158/15 158/17 159/23
E experiences [1] 201/9 162/19 183/17 190/4 197/2 197/2 200/9
even... [30] 133/18 145/15 145/24 145/24 expert [1] 8/13 205/11 221/9 223/17 233/2
160/18 163/20 165/2 172/25 173/11 176/1 expert's [1] 8/16 feel that [1] 197/2
182/18 190/12 195/16 196/17 200/12 200/13 explain [8] 16/4 16/17 63/21 72/18 75/1 feeling [2] 143/14 145/16
200/17 200/21 200/23 201/22 203/19 224/22 104/12 148/18 176/11 feelings [2] 187/9 187/11
225/9 226/24 226/24 228/5 231/22 232/1 explained [4] 26/21 26/21 85/14 196/7 feet [1] 49/20
233/11 233/16 explaining [3] 17/18 78/19 173/4 fellow [1] 100/9
evening [1] 233/18 explicit [1] 172/10 felt [10] 65/5 78/23 85/16 85/21 149/7 149/8
event [2] 17/20 234/9 exploit [1] 161/19 163/13 164/10 224/21 225/1
events [2] 99/2 169/22 exposed [1] 7/22 female [7] 3/21 22/1 31/13 31/13 160/10
eventually [2] 186/10 225/23 exposure [2] 202/13 202/15 166/20 206/18
ever [24] 35/19 40/20 47/9 68/14 79/24 80/10 express [1] 53/21 females [1] 35/15
89/14 95/20 99/12 99/17 115/14 165/12 extend [2] 177/2 209/12 few [6] 21/16 44/20 50/6 50/7 77/22 122/24
165/12 173/11 179/15 181/15 193/5 195/6 extended [2] 10/8 229/22 fifteen [1] 89/23
202/3 206/23 208/8 210/8 215/8 225/7 extensive [1] 234/10 fifth [11] 18/20 99/5 113/12 113/24 114/1
every [26] 11/11 25/19 27/21 27/22 32/5 extent [16] 6/8 8/9 19/14 20/25 21/3 31/3 114/2 114/15 118/9 121/3 121/3 121/20
32/18 41/12 45/18 45/21 47/1 56/5 56/6 81/23 44/3 63/1 88/18 132/1 141/4 179/6 188/3 fifty [1] 190/9
92/25 93/1 106/10 107/21 108/5 136/24 221/2 222/7 227/4 figure [1] 188/22
163/22 184/18 184/19 184/25 191/22 200/24 extra [2] 101/24 201/3 figured [2] 93/9 182/1
212/6 extrapolated [1] 74/16 file [9] 48/17 120/24 169/14 169/14 169/17
everybody [20] 5/2 29/12 29/12 53/16 53/16 eyeballing [2] 42/7 148/9 199/22 200/2 200/11 200/12
54/25 55/1 55/2 89/3 109/7 117/5 129/25 eyes [3] 18/23 21/10 30/23 filed [6] 120/25 168/12 168/14 168/17 171/3
130/4 130/5 164/8 180/21 191/19 211/10 201/3
225/22 233/3 F files [1] 121/7
everything [17] 16/13 17/18 19/12 22/13 f-o-l-k-s [1] 79/12 filing [1] 230/18
31/12 64/7 103/5 103/11 110/14 116/14 face [5] 44/13 44/13 48/23 48/23 203/18 finally [6] 4/24 72/13 72/19 93/24 103/8
125/16 125/17 129/11 129/15 133/17 141/5 face-to-face [2] 44/13 48/23 156/8
150/7 facing [2] 103/7 158/18 financial [8] 10/9 18/4 36/4 36/10 51/21
everywhere [2] 23/20 60/13 fact [25] 8/14 19/6 64/17 66/25 68/25 69/5 94/16 162/21 184/8
evidence [7] 3/2 68/10 72/17 88/15 88/19 72/19 73/4 75/5 100/8 100/9 114/14 142/23 financially [1] 35/19
233/6 235/3 162/6 167/1 176/1 183/13 185/16 207/24 find [14] 19/21 19/22 72/3 73/8 77/5 115/16
ex [1] 61/9 210/15 211/13 222/13 225/24 226/15 234/7 115/24 127/15 133/15 147/11 150/9 150/15
ex-pimp [1] 61/9 facts [2] 65/25 169/6 205/2 207/21
exact [2] 78/11 149/4 failed [1] 217/1 fine [1] 67/8
exactly [17] 42/17 59/10 72/4 75/20 80/6 80/9 fair [12] 163/8 180/23 187/17 189/22 193/2 finesse [10] 50/7 92/14 92/16 105/5 105/7
87/5 104/12 104/17 121/20 121/21 139/18 198/7 198/9 198/11 200/4 206/13 211/13 105/12 105/20 107/10 119/6 161/12
152/17 161/4 161/18 195/23 211/16 227/12 finish [2] 72/23 72/25
exaggerate [1] 142/10 faith [2] 102/17 150/3 first [43] 9/1 15/1 16/19 17/25 18/12 19/13
examination [16] 3/13 8/3 72/2 72/3 124/9 fake [1] 186/15 19/18 44/10 44/10 52/13 52/14 60/21 61/2
170/23 173/22 181/1 185/11 189/19 190/18 false [4] 103/22 103/24 113/25 115/12 62/10 70/21 75/7 78/7 80/11 84/7 88/15 91/6
208/14 221/24 227/22 227/24 234/2 falsification [11] 103/8 104/1 104/3 108/1 94/13 98/15 101/11 113/7 135/20 137/25
example [4] 17/2 17/3 55/12 220/16 113/13 114/3 114/4 115/12 118/12 118/18 151/21 153/20 155/22 155/25 157/9 157/21
examples [1] 184/22 118/19 160/20 160/23 165/17 172/5 191/17 192/8
excel [1] 31/22 falsified [1] 99/7 208/16 212/15 212/16 225/15
except [1] 89/4 falsifying [1] 113/13 five [6] 18/21 18/21 18/22 32/16 200/19
exception [1] 15/8 fame [2] 6/18 10/1 216/24
excerpt [3] 147/3 155/20 160/18 familiar [2] 171/8 188/21 flavor [1] 40/3
excessively [1] 8/11 familiarity [2] 9/6 228/9 fledged [1] 223/21
exchange [4] 106/14 127/20 151/8 194/15 family [11] 10/8 11/2 11/18 12/1 12/1 28/21 flexibility [1] 19/8
exchanged [1] 230/5 28/22 73/20 182/23 233/3 233/4 Floor [1] 1/11
exclusive [1] 24/13 far [13] 8/12 9/21 21/5 25/15 47/3 49/20 66/1 Florida [35] 29/1 29/3 29/5 41/4 60/11 82/1
excuse [8] 8/18 31/9 49/9 135/19 194/5 206/7 88/17 97/15 107/7 110/15 110/15 120/15 84/2 84/5 84/12 84/14 84/15 84/17 84/19
214/18 228/24 fashion [7] 86/3 88/13 131/23 131/24 146/25 84/22 85/12 86/20 88/8 91/15 95/21 96/11
Exhibit [25] 28/24 31/25 33/21 34/7 34/12 161/20 207/23 98/21 102/1 102/22 104/14 105/22 108/22
34/18 49/13 50/13 51/3 52/3 53/1 54/13 56/22 fast [1] 106/24 111/10 117/2 120/12 120/14 126/11 133/4
57/22 59/13 59/19 81/2 92/6 92/17 93/6 93/16 fate [1] 75/15 164/20 213/19 217/22
93/25 101/7 117/14 122/1 father [5] 4/21 129/7 129/7 130/18 159/12 fly [1] 120/10
exhibits [2] 232/12 232/20 favor [3] 173/3 173/13 206/4 focus [4] 94/17 94/22 102/22 162/14
expect [12] 36/12 72/5 127/15 149/13 149/16 favors [2] 151/1 151/7 folks [5] 62/20 79/11 79/12 79/14 79/16
149/17 149/23 150/7 196/14 196/18 199/9 FBI [8] 91/18 111/6 112/6 143/6 147/4 follow [13] 11/9 11/25 12/23 13/1 18/25 26/2
201/3 152/17 155/21 213/17 26/3 26/4 26/5 26/8 26/9 26/10 26/14
expectation [1] 134/24 fear [1] 158/15 following [6] 6/22 66/18 68/9 88/3 89/21
expectations [2] 20/20 134/24 February [2] 84/7 192/9 187/18
expected [5] 141/10 145/9 147/10 172/9 federal [26] 1/12 3/17 4/6 91/10 91/11 91/19 follows [1] 3/7
225/22 96/10 96/10 97/20 97/20 98/21 99/1 99/4 99/5 foot [2] 110/19 162/3
expenses [4] 33/2 101/23 101/25 178/6 103/18 103/18 103/19 107/8 112/9 113/8 force [19] 26/14 136/22 185/4 188/19 189/7
experience [35] 9/2 9/2 9/10 9/14 9/16 10/11 114/2 118/7 118/8 118/20 120/13 120/17 206/16 206/19 208/8 218/1 218/6 218/10
10/17 11/9 13/8 13/9 13/14 27/7 27/7 27/9 federally [3] 91/14 118/5 118/17 218/12 218/13 218/15 218/16 228/11 228/14
28/15 58/13 126/21 135/4 135/11 159/14 feds [3] 91/17 120/10 121/4 228/16 228/21
166/7 181/4 181/8 181/25 182/24 184/16 fee [4] 61/5 119/25 120/1 140/2 forced [2] 228/15 228/18
184/17 189/9 189/11 189/16 189/17 190/2 feed [2] 22/14 22/15 FORD [1] 1/16
212/2 219/22 229/2 feel [22] 21/24 26/15 26/17 28/4 45/20 76/23 foresee [1] 182/5
179/20 184/23 184/24 191/16 191/20 193/21 19/15 19/16 19/18 19/25 20/7 20/8 20/16
F 197/6 215/12 224/18 224/18 226/1 226/13 20/22 21/17 21/24 22/5 22/8 25/12 25/16
forever [2] 109/17 188/11 229/11 229/13 229/13 229/22 25/21 25/24 27/10 27/13 27/17 27/25 28/1
forget [1] 189/19 gears [1] 205/19 28/1 28/2 28/6 28/8 28/11 28/23 29/10 29/20
form [3] 71/15 207/3 207/23 general [28] 5/20 7/3 7/12 7/14 7/24 8/7 8/16 30/5 30/11 30/12 30/13 30/19 30/25 31/5 31/7
formally [3] 180/8 232/11 232/14 8/25 10/17 11/12 13/19 25/18 28/20 36/16 31/8 31/17 31/18 31/21 32/4 32/6 33/10 33/18
forming [1] 7/14 36/16 37/5 38/13 40/11 41/13 45/7 45/21 33/24 34/2 34/3 35/17 36/7 36/9 37/3 37/6
Fort [1] 84/16 109/14 123/22 129/8 136/19 183/3 189/4 38/1 39/5 41/10 41/12 42/1 42/8 42/14 42/15
forth [3] 41/20 95/8 135/2 202/16 42/21 43/15 52/11 52/21 60/22 60/24 60/25
fortune [2] 6/18 10/1 generalizations [1] 8/1 61/3 61/9 61/10 61/14 62/14 62/17 62/18
found [4] 42/11 167/3 203/15 219/11 generally [3] 32/15 40/9 96/20 64/13 64/14 64/14 65/12 69/1 73/1 73/17 74/5
foundation [7] 7/4 8/6 8/14 8/17 9/4 9/7 generation [1] 140/16 74/11 74/11 76/7 76/9 76/11 76/16 77/2 77/17
201/21 generation, [1] 140/16 77/22 78/7 82/4 85/3 85/9 96/24 115/13
four [5] 18/21 32/16 82/12 82/13 82/13 generation, from [1] 140/16 115/13 118/6 118/16 123/24 124/24 129/25
fourth [1] 18/20 Geneva [2] 34/19 34/20 131/21 136/19 137/15 138/12 138/17 139/9
frame [3] 87/16 98/3 182/7 gentleman [2] 140/24 141/3 141/5 148/17 148/19 149/3 149/4 149/5 149/8
Franklin [25] 50/5 54/14 57/3 57/16 58/1 gentlemanly [1] 141/4 178/19 181/14 181/25 182/1 182/19 182/20
65/18 65/20 66/11 66/14 82/25 87/8 88/8 gentlemen [1] 110/1 185/14 185/15 185/20 190/2 198/23 212/6
92/18 114/25 115/1 133/25 142/16 145/3 genuine [4] 45/25 131/19 173/3 173/12 218/17 218/23 220/2 222/1 222/9 222/9
145/10 153/17 220/17 221/15 224/17 226/22 genuinely [2] 187/24 187/24 222/22 223/15 223/24 224/10 225/6 225/13
226/25 Georgia [9] 51/2 58/5 60/10 83/19 83/19 227/3
Frederick [2] 133/4 142/20 83/20 83/21 83/22 84/2 girl's [5] 18/8 18/8 21/13 52/15 137/3
free [4] 132/9 132/10 139/19 222/22 gesture [1] 173/12 girlfriend [7] 15/4 15/8 15/11 15/13 18/1
freedom [1] 15/25 gestures [2] 173/3 176/5 18/15 186/2
frequently [3] 125/4 136/14 141/21 get [230] 6/6 11/16 12/20 13/6 14/11 14/12 girls [185] 10/22 10/23 10/23 11/6 12/10
fresh [1] 146/11 15/3 16/19 17/6 17/7 18/16 19/2 19/13 20/3 12/21 13/18 15/6 18/7 18/10 18/21 18/21
Friday [1] 83/18 20/13 20/18 20/22 20/23 21/4 21/11 21/11 18/21 18/22 19/7 19/19 22/19 23/4 23/15
friend [39] 124/21 124/23 132/23 133/8 21/24 22/3 22/17 22/18 24/2 26/15 26/20 23/21 24/5 24/6 24/7 24/16 25/6 25/6 25/16
133/11 140/24 173/8 193/11 193/12 193/21 26/24 27/1 28/2 28/4 28/14 28/23 31/22 31/25 25/19 25/20 25/23 26/20 27/24 28/25 29/7
193/23 193/23 194/3 194/3 194/18 194/18 32/2 32/6 32/21 33/4 35/2 36/7 37/9 37/17 29/25 30/21 30/24 31/18 31/19 31/20 32/1
194/20 194/20 195/8 195/11 195/12 195/14 37/21 37/22 37/22 38/3 39/9 39/14 39/14 41/3 32/2 32/15 32/15 32/16 32/16 32/20 34/22
195/15 195/20 195/21 196/3 196/4 196/14 41/5 42/3 43/9 43/12 43/15 44/22 46/6 49/20 35/2 35/17 37/14 39/7 39/20 39/21 41/3 41/16
196/18 196/21 196/21 214/9 214/11 214/11 51/22 52/22 52/23 52/25 59/8 61/4 61/4 61/7 41/23 42/3 42/4 42/11 42/12 45/8 46/11 51/22
214/12 214/13 224/3 231/1 231/2 63/1 63/1 64/4 64/6 64/9 64/14 67/22 72/19 52/20 52/24 52/25 55/14 56/2 56/18 58/13
friends [14] 11/3 132/24 132/24 132/25 193/2 74/21 75/12 76/9 76/14 78/3 78/3 78/22 83/11 59/5 59/8 60/8 60/17 65/9 65/10 65/11 68/21
193/2 193/5 195/6 195/17 196/6 196/16 85/19 85/23 87/2 88/11 91/12 91/16 91/17 76/1 77/14 77/23 79/13 79/16 85/17 87/6
227/13 231/8 233/5 94/21 94/24 94/25 96/14 96/17 97/14 97/15 96/21 122/11 122/12 122/13 122/18 122/21
friendship [2] 125/12 231/14 99/3 99/4 104/2 106/12 106/15 106/15 106/24 122/22 122/24 125/14 129/3 132/9 134/16
from Princess' [1] 71/14 107/6 107/8 107/12 107/18 107/19 108/7 135/5 135/6 135/11 135/18 135/21 136/8
front [10] 11/16 22/5 43/16 56/1 56/11 98/17 108/10 108/12 109/12 109/20 110/2 110/18 136/10 136/14 136/16 136/17 137/19 137/22
104/15 155/15 155/16 223/4 111/4 111/5 111/13 112/22 112/23 113/9 138/1 138/2 138/4 138/6 139/19 141/21
frustrations [1] 76/21 113/13 114/11 115/4 115/5 116/2 116/17 146/19 147/8 147/23 147/25 148/4 148/20
fucker [2] 147/12 225/25 116/24 117/11 118/16 118/17 118/17 118/19 148/21 151/8 151/17 151/22 151/24 152/25
fulfill [1] 141/7 118/19 119/10 120/10 120/16 121/11 122/18 153/9 153/12 153/25 154/1 155/17 166/5
full [2] 223/21 233/2 123/6 127/11 127/15 127/22 127/23 129/11 166/12 176/21 182/14 183/1 183/3 183/4
full-fledged [1] 223/21 135/9 136/3 136/3 136/4 136/19 138/16 183/7 183/8 183/14 183/16 184/3 184/8 185/7
fullest [1] 168/25 138/16 139/3 139/24 139/25 140/1 141/18 185/12 186/8 190/3 190/4 196/25 203/14
fully [4] 169/5 199/19 216/13 235/3 141/25 144/13 145/2 145/6 146/3 146/16 205/6 206/20 206/22 206/23 206/23 207/1
fund [1] 57/5 146/20 152/2 152/3 152/4 153/25 154/17 207/5 207/19 207/20 207/23 209/19 211/21
funnel [1] 153/9 156/22 157/14 158/22 159/9 162/23 162/25 212/9 212/10 212/20 213/5 214/21 222/12
further [10] 123/1 124/8 170/14 205/9 165/6 168/18 174/18 174/20 176/13 177/5 224/5 224/7 224/7 224/8 224/13 224/24
205/20 208/11 216/6 217/2 217/4 227/17 177/8 181/10 181/18 181/18 181/19 181/20 224/24 225/16 225/21 227/8 228/12 228/14
furtherance [3] 68/4 68/13 88/24 182/14 183/6 183/7 185/18 185/19 186/8 228/15 229/8
furthermore [2] 68/24 201/5 186/9 186/11 187/13 188/21 197/24 198/8 girls that's [1] 135/18
future [1] 22/16 198/10 198/13 199/22 200/16 201/3 201/4 girls' [2] 18/9 29/6
201/5 203/20 203/21 203/24 203/24 204/2 give [56] 9/5 12/7 13/25 15/25 17/1 26/3 28/9
G 210/9 212/17 212/20 215/6 217/16 218/15 32/3 32/5 32/13 35/23 36/2 36/4 36/12 38/9
G-a-r-z-a [1] 144/8 219/8 220/18 220/22 221/7 222/10 222/10 46/6 47/8 47/9 55/12 57/20 58/7 58/13 86/2
Gables [12] 80/20 80/21 80/22 81/4 81/5 81/6 223/16 226/16 227/3 230/7 230/8 94/20 94/20 101/23 101/24 102/20 104/13
81/7 81/16 81/19 150/23 151/12 174/10 get with [1] 139/25 115/10 115/15 115/16 115/19 115/21 116/1
gain [6] 9/25 146/5 146/5 146/23 224/20 gets [8] 21/18 32/5 61/8 76/12 117/9 138/15 116/7 116/20 124/3 128/2 135/7 141/8 169/22
225/4 138/16 218/14 172/20 179/22 199/23 200/23 205/16 209/25
game [30] 5/1 46/8 76/14 79/17 85/22 109/6 getting [27] 21/13 21/17 38/24 43/13 48/24 212/9 212/24 213/8 219/10 223/20 226/20
130/24 131/2 134/23 137/4 137/4 137/6 59/5 89/13 89/14 94/23 96/13 108/9 117/1 229/16 232/23
137/13 137/14 138/12 140/15 180/8 198/23 132/8 132/10 132/10 135/24 160/20 164/23 give to [1] 101/23
201/13 201/13 206/13 206/14 206/15 207/24 165/2 182/11 197/1 203/19 204/6 210/24 given [7] 12/13 23/8 133/2 165/12 192/24
208/2 211/11 217/25 217/25 218/6 225/1 212/16 221/21 224/23 223/1 229/12
games [1] 198/19 gimmick [1] 206/16 gives [4] 19/18 41/12 201/1 219/1
Garza [3] 65/13 144/8 145/4 girl [179] 9/15 10/4 10/4 10/19 10/20 10/20 giving [9] 76/17 86/4 107/7 117/2 146/19
gave [41] 14/1 26/10 36/13 47/14 47/16 47/18 11/8 11/24 12/5 12/23 14/10 14/16 14/22 15/1 151/1 163/12 181/23 184/22
48/13 58/10 61/23 77/11 99/6 100/2 101/25 15/1 15/4 15/24 16/15 16/18 16/25 16/25 17/2 go [123] 10/25 13/7 13/17 14/14 16/9 23/10
119/7 121/10 133/3 138/19 140/18 142/19 17/4 17/25 17/25 18/1 18/2 18/3 18/12 18/16 23/18 23/19 24/22 25/2 27/10 28/6 29/11
144/13 144/15 147/4 155/21 165/7 165/9 18/20 18/20 18/20 18/23 19/2 19/3 19/13 29/11 29/14 29/14 29/16 29/17 29/18 32/18
96/8 101/19 102/21 104/25 111/21 113/23 hands [12] 17/5 20/6 20/15 26/11 26/12
G 114/9 114/14 114/21 114/22 115/13 116/18 26/19 61/17 106/22 107/9 117/11 140/5
go... [103] 37/25 39/19 39/24 42/22 44/10 119/1 119/2 119/8 123/7 123/24 123/24 129/5 223/10
45/3 45/10 49/11 51/11 51/13 55/8 57/9 65/23 129/24 144/14 147/16 148/18 155/18 160/20 hands-off [1] 140/5
76/3 80/5 81/25 84/1 85/6 85/12 85/25 86/15 161/1 177/3 178/19 180/7 182/18 182/18 hands-on [2] 107/9 117/11
86/17 90/3 90/13 92/23 96/16 96/18 96/21 182/18 182/20 182/22 183/21 185/22 185/24 hang [2] 29/15 29/16
97/9 99/5 101/6 104/14 104/18 104/18 104/19 197/23 200/14 203/6 203/25 210/15 223/20 happen [7] 12/23 28/11 83/22 156/24 199/14
107/19 107/19 108/18 108/19 108/22 111/3 225/15 230/18 217/21 219/6
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127/14 128/4 129/12 129/22 132/10 135/1 33/21 34/7 34/12 34/18 49/13 50/13 51/3 52/3169/24 169/24
135/25 136/2 136/18 138/8 138/18 139/1 53/1 54/13 56/21 57/22 59/13 59/19 66/20 happening [2] 35/14 146/18
139/11 140/3 141/17 146/1 147/24 151/22 71/12 81/2 92/6 93/6 93/16 93/25 101/7 happens [3] 102/16 166/9 166/23
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211/7 214/3 215/17 218/20 219/4 220/21 200/18 200/21 200/25 201/7 201/12 202/3 harm's [1] 221/7
221/9 222/22 223/2 223/5 223/6 229/25 230/2 202/5 204/8 204/17 205/1 205/8 205/12 harming [1] 192/23
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196/7 223/13 223/13 191/12 191/25 192/2 192/5 192/6 193/14 harsh [1] 20/14
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41/6 43/3 43/8 43/16 47/3 53/19 54/2 55/1 green [4] 42/17 207/9 207/10 228/23 21/3 21/16 22/1 27/21 27/22 28/23 30/9 41/12
56/9 58/4 58/5 61/11 61/20 64/11 64/18 71/2 greener [1] 9/21 42/21 43/15 45/3 48/6 61/4 61/5 61/8 61/9
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88/23 89/17 89/18 89/20 90/2 90/2 90/3 90/5 grew [2] 130/17 130/17 68/22 70/4 70/15 71/16 76/11 77/3 77/6 77/6
91/4 91/23 91/24 93/24 98/10 99/9 99/23 Greyhound [1] 85/25 79/20 80/1 88/18 94/16 106/11 108/24 127/10
100/20 102/25 103/6 105/7 105/8 105/22 groom [1] 134/16 128/12 128/25 129/1 129/6 129/6 130/7 131/2
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131/20 132/5 132/9 132/12 132/14 132/17 128/11 166/13 has to [1] 207/22
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202/7 205/8 207/20 208/1 208/16 218/9 76/21 77/3 83/3 138/16 145/16 155/9 155/11 223/23 223/24
218/10 218/20 220/9 221/25 223/5 223/8 181/14 181/15 231/24 having [26] 3/6 15/23 18/16 20/21 27/8 27/9
223/9 225/22 226/8 227/7 227/8 229/16 guy's [2] 14/10 122/21 27/10 30/16 39/6 40/6 51/21 65/19 80/7 80/8
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27/6 32/5 45/19 45/19 45/20 45/21 45/22 48/4 H 155/3 171/1 171/3 171/12 171/25 172/4
99/22 102/17 127/13 127/17 127/18 128/18 had [246] 172/11 173/25 174/4 174/7 175/4 175/7
129/12 131/10 132/25 135/8 145/16 149/18 hadn't [8] 67/10 97/20 103/17 123/14 145/10 175/14 175/17 175/23 176/25 177/24 178/2
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176/15 183/12 183/25 186/5 199/9 215/6 hair [1] 29/21 191/23 192/1 195/24 196/3 197/7 197/13
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32/25 32/25 33/8 37/18 42/22 43/1 43/7 44/25 93/21 101/22 102/8 103/5 103/11 103/15 Hazelton [1] 3/16
45/8 47/12 51/22 52/11 52/13 56/16 57/12 113/24 113/25 he [598]
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71/11 78/22 79/16 80/4 83/1 83/1 83/3 83/17 handled [3] 31/9 31/10 225/19 53/25 55/21 55/22 60/7 60/7 61/17 61/20
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47/25 47/25 48/19 49/20 51/20 51/22 52/13 hundred [12] 25/5 36/4 48/14 59/7 60/3
H 52/14 52/25 53/21 55/25 56/9 56/11 59/2 61/5 106/5 124/5 129/16 130/1 136/24 173/9 188/6
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112/19 112/20 113/4 114/13 114/14 115/2 88/19 88/19 89/16 92/13 92/14 93/14 94/7 I
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128/20 143/19 146/12 146/13 146/14 155/10 147/1 147/8 147/9 147/10 147/10 147/20 155/21 167/13
159/12 159/13 162/7 163/18 164/6 177/17 149/4 151/7 151/8 151/13 151/16 155/16 I'll [9] 9/9 118/12 172/11 206/9 206/9 206/25
177/18 193/12 206/24 221/25 225/5 156/4 159/2 159/19 161/24 162/6 162/13 207/2 229/25 232/19
He's the [1] 112/19 162/22 163/17 163/24 163/24 178/12 181/18 I'm [168] 8/21 12/3 14/3 14/4 14/6 16/3 16/22
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102/7 102/9 183/1 214/6 215/7 holds [2] 199/25 217/8 98/10 99/15 102/25 105/1 105/2 107/1 109/9
heard [17] 25/17 33/5 71/23 73/13 73/15 holler [2] 104/10 116/15 110/18 112/18 114/6 115/23 115/25 116/1
79/24 105/5 105/7 123/23 136/1 151/21 155/9 home [17] 13/12 13/13 16/25 62/18 76/13 116/13 116/16 118/3 128/22 128/22 128/22
163/2 178/22 226/11 233/4 233/6 87/6 95/8 107/18 135/23 135/24 135/25 130/5 131/13 131/13 131/17 131/18 131/19
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70/1 71/10 71/14 71/16 72/17 honestly [1] 200/8 152/9 152/13 158/10 161/3 163/14 164/4
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42/9 46/6 46/16 47/25 48/2 48/19 48/25 49/3 170/18 172/17 177/16 193/13 194/9 201/19 186/25 187/7 190/6 190/7 190/10 190/13
89/12 123/13 123/15 124/24 145/6 161/7 206/7 208/13 227/15 227/19 229/21 232/11 191/4 192/17 194/8 196/11 196/22 198/11
161/14 176/14 180/19 194/23 194/24 195/9 233/23 234/4 234/13 198/13 198/16 198/19 198/22 198/22 198/24
212/10 214/17 214/17 230/7 230/7 230/8 honorable [7] 1/9 131/23 131/24 132/3 132/7 199/5 200/1 200/7 200/12 201/19 205/3
230/8 230/12 230/22 230/23 230/24 231/6 140/10 140/11 205/14 207/20 208/16 210/22 210/23 218/9
231/20 hook [1] 116/17 218/18 223/5 223/8 228/15 229/24 231/4
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47/12 55/14 55/15 60/22 62/20 71/21 71/25 hospital [1] 64/6 196/16 198/12 200/10 210/2
92/22 95/25 96/4 96/10 103/5 106/4 109/5 hot [7] 35/15 36/7 51/23 131/8 153/2 153/12 I-81 [1] 80/24
114/6 114/11 117/5 118/2 129/14 129/16 154/15 i.e [1] 71/21
132/8 132/11 139/8 146/21 150/19 153/1 hotel [2] 156/5 166/4 ID [2] 50/24 115/13
154/23 160/19 166/3 167/10 169/21 170/1 hour [2] 90/4 100/10 idea [6] 104/13 136/19 161/5 161/9 177/2
170/4 170/16 171/1 174/10 187/7 187/8 187/8 hours [1] 170/2 211/20
187/9 191/18 192/17 194/10 198/14 201/1 house [13] 10/15 12/4 17/2 31/12 87/20 94/17 ideally [1] 161/19
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219/2 8/8 9/3 13/9 13/10 13/17 17/9 17/24 19/5 identify [1] 167/13
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76/15 119/22 122/23 129/14 147/22 153/1 31/25 33/10 33/12 33/14 34/10 34/16 34/20 if [333]
164/7 165/5 176/13 179/16 185/21 186/4 35/21 37/25 39/3 39/15 39/15 39/24 41/22 illegal [4] 81/23 166/16 183/13 198/20
188/22 219/24 220/22 43/25 45/3 45/8 45/9 46/20 48/6 49/16 50/18 illicit [1] 81/24
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him [305] 174/14 178/15 178/21 179/6 179/8 179/23 impose [1] 27/17
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147/19 147/21 152/8 152/10 152/11 162/5 184/25 185/16 185/23 199/4 199/6 204/11 imposing [1] 216/7
164/19 206/17 206/17 208/5 210/1 210/1 210/6 impress [2] 161/5 187/19
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36/3 36/6 36/9 37/19 37/19 41/12 47/13 47/23 hum [1] 193/19 improve [1] 158/21
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217/4 intercepted [1] 88/6 193/10 193/21 196/5 196/5 196/12 196/20
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including [1] 70/19 204/1 208/1 208/1 210/11 214/9 218/2 218/11
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188/5 interviews [1] 191/24 146/12 146/16 152/3 152/4 153/12 158/10
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indictment [22] 49/12 49/25 50/10 53/10 106/3 120/25 135/4 135/6 195/16 195/16 jam [1] 176/14
54/18 55/22 89/1 125/25 126/2 126/3 126/4 203/3 215/10 216/5 217/3 228/17 228/21 January [10] 62/2 62/3 67/15 73/5 83/10
133/21 142/16 153/4 154/18 154/23 171/4 introduced [4] 45/12 137/24 180/8 232/12 83/16 83/17 192/9 192/9 213/21
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individual [9] 40/5 53/9 54/15 54/17 75/16 invention [2] 176/8 176/12 Jennifer [2] 34/13 34/16
77/11 122/2 127/18 186/20 invest [1] 63/6 jeopardy [2] 158/15 158/17
individuals [10] 54/17 55/22 82/11 82/22 invested [3] 63/5 78/20 78/21 Jessica [108] 29/22 30/2 33/16 33/23 33/24
90/17 91/20 117/16 155/7 215/13 220/12 investigation [2] 97/12 216/18 48/24 48/25 49/3 49/8 60/25 61/25 62/6 62/7
indulge [1] 146/4 investigators [9] 4/7 95/21 120/16 170/3 62/8 62/11 63/7 63/22 65/8 65/19 66/22 67/14
inference [2] 67/3 215/6 192/5 213/20 213/25 217/12 224/17 67/19 68/12 68/16 68/17 69/13 69/23 70/10
inferences [1] 7/16 involve [2] 208/24 219/17 71/13 71/21 75/9 75/10 78/17 79/7 80/12
inflicted [1] 205/6 involved [15] 5/24 7/2 19/25 48/6 68/18 93/1 80/13 82/6 83/2 83/3 83/11 84/18 84/19 84/23
influence [1] 108/24 96/2 110/1 110/3 110/4 123/11 197/12 197/12 86/12 86/16 86/18 87/3 87/8 87/14 88/11
influencing [1] 88/13 197/14 228/4 88/13 89/13 90/23 90/25 91/4 94/14 94/23
information [43] 35/12 38/1 38/3 38/4 38/5 involving [2] 100/21 216/18 94/25 95/2 95/6 96/7 97/4 97/5 97/6 97/17
38/13 38/17 53/15 62/14 70/6 70/18 71/10 IRS [2] 58/18 58/25 98/5 99/20 102/22 104/13 104/15 104/17
71/11 71/17 71/22 75/4 75/12 78/4 116/1 is [447] 105/8 105/9 105/10 105/22 106/8 108/11
116/3 125/19 125/20 127/14 127/23 129/17 isn't [61] 6/1 71/25 124/22 126/12 126/17 108/22 110/15 110/16 110/21 112/1 112/2
131/6 131/12 132/2 132/3 132/4 136/4 145/21 126/19 126/24 127/1 127/4 127/8 127/16 117/3 117/3 119/12 123/1 123/13 123/14
146/9 165/3 191/20 205/7 215/10 215/12 128/5 128/9 129/4 129/19 130/20 130/24 157/14 158/6 159/15 163/3 164/14 164/15
220/4 220/6 220/7 220/8 228/8 131/12 131/16 131/24 132/19 132/21 135/15 164/19 164/20 164/21 165/17 169/25 197/3
informed [1] 202/22 136/8 137/20 140/4 140/14 141/2 142/11 209/22 210/1 211/13 224/14 227/25 228/4
initial [4] 101/20 218/17 218/18 218/19 142/19 143/23 144/21 145/3 149/15 149/23 233/22
initially [13] 74/7 87/16 91/16 103/25 104/1 150/1 151/1 152/6 155/11 157/6 157/18 Jessica's [12] 90/23 94/24 96/14 96/14
121/10 150/3 151/21 181/17 183/20 186/1 158/19 159/9 160/3 160/14 160/22 161/7 101/23 101/24 102/1 111/6 119/13 161/16
202/5 218/14 164/3 167/16 168/5 168/12 168/14 168/18 164/11 164/13
initials [3] 93/24 100/22 117/17 169/19 170/4 176/2 194/4 194/4 194/21 213/1 jewelry [3] 43/1 43/6 182/18
initiate [2] 56/8 207/22 214/14 job [3] 72/14 94/24 153/8
initiated [8] 88/7 88/10 157/18 158/25 160/6 issue [14] 7/5 53/21 55/7 55/13 72/1 139/14 jocal [1] 36/24
202/8 230/23 230/24 147/23 155/14 155/18 155/18 161/15 174/24 john [1] 79/24
initiation [1] 207/20 213/21 228/11 johns [1] 80/2
Inkster [1] 143/24 issues [1] 219/13 joining [1] 8/22
Inn [1] 81/7 it [405] Joker [4] 226/16 226/18 226/20 226/25
insecure [1] 21/23 it's [163] 7/16 8/5 8/10 10/1 10/1 15/11 18/11 Jr [1] 3/11
insecurities [2] 146/1 224/22 19/9 19/10 19/11 20/5 20/5 20/5 20/6 21/8 judge [9] 1/4 1/9 199/23 199/25 200/2 200/4
inserts [1] 216/22 22/10 22/11 22/11 22/17 23/11 26/5 26/19 200/13 200/15 217/8
inside [1] 12/3 26/21 26/21 26/22 27/19 27/19 27/19 27/20 judge's [1] 199/23
insight [1] 46/7 27/21 36/11 36/22 38/4 38/5 40/10 40/23 jug [27] 35/23 35/24 36/1 36/2 36/8 36/9
insists [1] 108/23 40/24 40/25 41/1 42/19 45/4 45/4 45/5 45/24 36/11 36/12 36/13 47/9 47/9 47/14 47/15
inspired [1] 22/12 50/14 51/5 58/18 59/20 61/19 64/19 65/25 47/16 48/13 50/16 51/23 51/25 57/12 58/10
instance [6] 16/7 24/1 55/4 76/11 220/15 66/3 67/8 68/5 68/15 68/16 71/3 71/10 75/19 60/1 60/2 60/6 229/13 229/14 230/13 230/13
229/12 79/15 79/15 80/24 81/22 88/24 88/25 99/25 jugs [1] 59/5
instances [1] 195/25 100/3 104/25 106/11 107/24 108/9 108/19 juice [5] 54/2 54/3 62/13 62/13 127/12
Klempner's [2] 75/9 88/11 leaves [8] 61/8 71/7 100/13 138/12 138/15
J knew [38] 13/4 50/6 50/6 53/16 53/21 55/1 170/19 232/14 233/20
July [7] 133/3 142/21 143/6 147/4 191/1 55/5 56/14 57/19 62/12 63/12 65/9 65/10 leaving [5] 25/13 76/22 86/3 100/1 148/20
191/6 226/3 77/23 78/5 82/13 87/5 87/19 93/8 93/8 95/23 led [1] 75/6
July 19 [1] 191/1 97/13 109/22 109/23 109/24 111/6 146/3 left [19] 29/20 43/23 56/20 57/2 76/12 81/8
July 19th [2] 143/6 226/3 161/16 164/12 164/20 171/23 173/15 202/6 81/13 83/18 86/6 86/6 86/21 86/22 95/10
July 27th [1] 191/6 202/6 202/11 204/23 207/10 226/8 110/22 114/8 135/22 194/17 216/2 219/8
jumped [1] 149/2 knife [1] 34/1 left-hand [4] 43/23 57/2 81/8 81/13
June [2] 142/20 143/23 knock [15] 39/13 56/10 61/24 137/7 137/14 leg [1] 185/25
Junior [1] 3/10 137/15 147/25 148/3 185/15 224/21 224/22 legal [2] 177/17 205/24
jurisdiction [2] 120/11 120/12 225/5 225/15 225/21 225/23 legally [2] 166/23 167/6
jurisdiction in [1] 120/11 knocked [1] 67/20 legitimate [5] 124/16 124/18 166/14 192/19
jurors [7] 3/1 99/23 100/9 102/4 102/7 knocking [7] 55/16 55/25 119/10 155/14 192/25
232/21 233/18 156/5 156/6 156/7 leisure [1] 140/24
jury [48] 1/7 71/3 71/5 71/7 71/25 88/24 know [666] length [1] 170/10
91/11 91/19 94/4 97/21 98/17 98/20 98/21 know that [1] 149/3 less [3] 15/2 162/21 219/21
99/1 99/4 99/5 100/13 102/2 104/16 107/8 know, [1] 17/7 let [40] 9/9 15/21 21/9 41/15 48/1 61/9 63/14
108/23 112/5 113/5 113/5 113/8 113/12 114/2 know, to [1] 17/7 64/15 64/18 72/23 72/25 76/11 76/15 78/3
115/18 118/7 120/1 120/3 121/2 121/4 147/5 knowing [11] 16/10 16/11 42/17 44/12 46/3 80/4 83/9 100/6 100/8 106/5 106/10 106/14
160/18 170/17 170/19 191/12 191/25 192/2 164/20 164/25 197/20 223/7 225/3 228/5 116/14 137/7 139/1 139/1 146/3 152/19
192/5 192/6 193/14 193/17 214/2 216/17 knowledge [9] 54/3 54/12 70/4 162/16 168/25 152/23 165/22 175/12 184/2 186/4 188/20
232/14 233/20 200/9 203/20 205/8 228/4 189/2 190/2 190/25 193/13 194/8 206/18
just [269] known [21] 23/10 23/10 34/8 34/13 34/19 215/24
Justice [1] 216/11 49/15 50/5 52/4 54/14 65/13 77/13 82/6 87/25 let's [19] 13/8 14/14 32/8 39/24 48/20 51/11
juvenile [2] 96/25 107/1 126/16 128/17 128/17 128/20 128/21 128/22 58/11 61/1 61/25 66/2 81/25 98/3 101/6
juveniles [5] 30/4 33/14 158/8 190/9 205/5 128/24 208/8 142/14 154/18 157/16 192/16 201/7 219/13
knows [5] 19/13 69/6 72/4 159/8 159/20 letting [1] 20/10
K Kory [3] 50/3 59/14 123/11 level [8] 17/22 31/13 36/22 128/14 134/24
Kalgon [1] 156/11 157/3 186/2 205/13
Kane [2] 1/4 1/9 L levels [1] 186/14
Kansas [1] 60/12 laced [1] 76/24 liable [3] 167/5 167/6 167/6
keep [44] 28/8 33/10 37/20 37/20 41/23 47/1 lacing [1] 114/9 liaison [2] 54/23 55/8
47/22 49/3 49/8 54/9 63/14 68/20 73/2 86/12 ladies [1] 182/9 license [1] 231/18
87/3 87/11 87/20 87/20 91/10 91/11 93/1 lady [1] 104/10 lie [11] 113/5 141/21 142/4 165/20 198/8
93/23 97/15 100/2 102/1 102/25 104/25 laid [3] 7/5 8/14 8/17 198/10 198/14 205/22 206/3 224/13 224/14
109/16 109/17 119/20 125/4 125/13 125/17 large [3] 122/3 134/9 188/5 lied [5] 103/20 103/25 104/1 113/7 113/11
130/2 130/3 154/3 157/3 157/14 161/9 181/19 Las [1] 40/11 life [13] 19/22 135/8 137/25 141/7 169/23
185/2 210/2 221/7 233/5 last [27] 3/9 26/18 69/10 69/19 79/10 81/25 183/16 183/19 184/3 188/14 198/12 198/17
keeper [2] 55/9 55/10 82/1 98/14 101/11 136/2 138/7 140/20 142/21 199/10 212/9
keeping [10] 25/12 46/13 48/25 87/14 96/3 143/4 143/7 143/12 147/5 147/6 147/7 157/20 life. [1] 103/10
102/22 105/22 162/7 212/21 212/23 159/2 182/2 215/19 223/17 226/4 230/14 life. What [1] 103/10
keeps [2] 213/5 219/2 232/5 lifestyle [1] 183/25
Kenny [6] 55/19 154/18 154/19 154/20 156/2 late [1] 43/11 light [1] 94/13
220/16 later [11] 36/14 80/12 86/23 86/24 117/20 like [188] 5/22 6/6 6/13 9/23 10/1 13/5 14/2
Kentucky [1] 60/10 117/21 117/22 124/4 138/19 188/22 205/2 14/2 14/10 15/3 16/15 16/21 16/25 17/13
kept [9] 31/12 54/9 54/25 55/1 144/18 145/2 Lauderdale [1] 84/16 17/21 18/5 20/8 21/6 21/10 21/18 21/24 22/4
225/18 226/9 227/9 Laundromat [1] 122/19 23/18 23/24 23/24 24/7 24/10 24/21 24/22
key [4] 199/24 199/25 217/7 217/8 law [12] 11/20 11/21 89/9 89/13 97/16 125/15 25/14 26/6 26/16 26/17 28/4 30/12 30/14
keys [1] 199/20 157/4 176/22 198/21 198/24 211/12 233/7 30/17 30/23 30/25 31/4 31/8 31/9 31/20 32/4
kick [4] 29/12 29/14 29/15 133/13 laws [8] 11/18 11/20 11/23 12/1 12/3 28/21 34/2 34/5 34/5 35/13 35/16 35/22 35/22 36/2
kind [75] 8/10 10/24 10/24 11/6 15/11 16/11 28/22 85/20 36/22 36/24 37/3 37/4 37/10 37/11 37/17 38/6
16/20 17/11 18/17 18/17 20/10 22/4 27/23 lawyer [9] 94/13 115/3 116/2 116/7 120/24 38/8 40/2 40/3 40/3 40/8 40/11 40/23 41/11
31/2 33/24 34/2 36/6 38/7 38/14 40/23 41/25 121/7 203/7 230/11 230/12 42/25 43/1 44/13 45/25 46/1 46/21 48/13
42/8 46/1 47/3 47/13 49/20 51/20 53/14 53/14 lawyers [1] 233/15 48/22 49/13 53/14 53/14 54/17 54/23 55/9
53/15 54/22 55/1 55/8 56/4 62/14 62/24 64/10 lay [2] 9/5 9/7 55/16 56/4 56/5 56/17 61/20 62/2 62/24 63/1
64/21 64/22 75/12 79/2 80/25 92/21 92/23 laying [1] 9/4 64/12 64/12 64/21 64/22 65/5 76/9 76/20
93/23 96/22 96/23 116/17 121/17 131/22 lead [4] 76/1 183/6 185/12 205/8 76/23 77/13 77/15 78/23 86/24 87/17 93/19
140/7 140/9 143/13 143/19 148/25 152/21 lead-up [1] 76/1 109/5 113/4 113/6 115/12 119/21 123/21
159/19 162/9 165/3 173/23 176/9 183/5 leading [2] 4/16 202/8 124/4 125/13 128/15 129/11 129/14 132/5
188/24 188/25 190/1 194/24 195/15 204/5 learn [3] 5/3 180/21 180/22 137/7 137/8 137/9 137/9 142/11 142/20 146/3
206/16 206/17 214/18 214/18 220/21 221/25 learned [5] 13/16 130/22 130/24 133/8 146/10 146/16 146/20 146/22 147/3 147/5
222/3 180/22 149/25 150/7 150/16 151/24 152/21 153/22
kinds [2] 9/3 220/5 learning [2] 5/16 5/17 154/2 154/11 155/20 155/21 156/24 156/25
Kinney [1] 34/8 least [27] 18/1 37/20 46/5 46/21 56/3 88/17 159/19 162/19 163/10 163/17 164/10 167/13
Klempner [55] 29/22 33/16 33/23 33/24 93/21 105/9 125/4 127/15 139/2 142/6 152/4 172/7 173/1 173/2 173/9 173/10 176/3 176/7
48/24 49/3 49/8 60/25 61/25 62/6 62/7 62/9 166/2 172/4 185/11 187/9 189/9 189/15 176/9 178/21 178/23 179/10 179/11 179/11
63/7 63/23 67/14 67/20 68/12 68/17 68/17 190/24 195/11 201/3 210/18 212/7 212/14 181/3 183/8 185/18 186/3 188/25 190/4 193/7
69/13 69/23 70/11 71/13 71/21 73/4 73/9 74/3 228/8 234/7 194/7 196/7 199/16 199/21 206/16 206/17
75/10 78/17 79/7 80/13 82/6 82/7 83/2 83/11 leave [28] 25/7 26/20 27/2 56/18 61/6 85/19 211/10 213/1 213/3 213/7 218/8 218/9 218/10
83/14 83/22 86/12 87/14 90/15 91/4 123/2 86/2 113/11 128/5 128/8 134/20 136/25 220/17 223/17 224/20 225/3 233/2 233/2
123/13 123/14 158/6 163/3 164/18 165/17 137/11 138/7 138/11 138/21 146/1 159/17 233/11 233/12
197/3 209/22 211/14 224/14 227/25 228/5 186/12 189/1 189/6 189/14 218/19 218/24 likely [5] 97/1 97/9 97/19 128/22 212/6
233/22 223/2 228/19 232/23 232/23 likeness [1] 21/11
loyalty [2] 18/5 137/3 maximize [1] 142/10
L luck [7] 35/11 36/3 47/13 51/21 57/13 146/12 maximum [6] 200/14 202/23 202/24 203/6
likes [5] 16/21 17/14 17/15 17/15 27/4 146/17 203/18 216/8
limit [1] 7/23 lucrative [2] 126/23 149/14 Maxwell [1] 83/5
limited [3] 72/1 216/7 216/16 lunch [3] 99/9 99/24 100/10 may [152] 6/3 6/19 9/4 10/8 10/9 15/17 16/21
limits [1] 80/25 luncheon [1] 100/16 16/25 17/1 17/4 17/5 17/14 18/13 19/21 19/21
line [15] 20/13 20/20 31/12 71/9 89/21 93/2 lure [1] 134/17 21/20 21/22 21/25 25/17 26/11 26/15 26/17
125/12 133/14 159/9 159/11 160/9 160/14 lured [1] 135/14 26/18 27/2 28/4 31/11 32/3 35/9 36/3 36/6
160/20 160/21 213/5 lying [9] 114/15 118/12 118/13 198/11 36/6 36/7 36/8 36/8 36/9 37/16 37/20 37/21
lined [1] 234/5 198/19 198/24 198/24 198/25 215/7 38/23 38/24 39/21 40/5 42/7 47/5 47/6 47/6
lines [6] 3/21 3/22 34/23 68/19 190/16 211/7 49/9 49/10 53/17 53/20 68/8 74/16 76/22
list [2] 191/22 232/16 M 76/23 88/2 90/4 90/5 98/16 98/17 99/21
listen [7] 31/8 63/9 93/9 100/10 108/25 132/4 mad [2] 61/20 147/24 101/12 104/3 104/4 104/4 106/12 107/25
185/22 made [33] 27/14 32/17 38/8 64/17 68/13 72/9 109/11 109/17 115/2 115/13 118/11 121/5
little [29] 10/24 18/17 18/18 24/12 24/13 45/1 72/16 72/20 73/16 74/11 74/12 75/5 75/5 85/8 123/8 124/24 124/24 124/25 125/1 125/6
45/2 47/6 47/14 50/8 58/23 64/20 78/12 79/15 91/7 91/12 103/17 103/22 103/23 113/7 118/6 127/9 127/20 127/21 128/24 129/10 129/13
84/9 85/5 134/14 154/5 157/16 158/4 159/13 118/7 118/10 137/11 143/20 144/13 148/22 129/15 131/15 132/7 133/10 133/11 135/22
160/19 161/1 162/1 194/4 194/21 205/11 164/22 182/4 191/16 192/10 217/13 220/24 135/23 135/24 135/25 136/1 136/2 137/8
214/13 221/14 Maes [33] 50/5 53/2 53/3 53/12 53/14 53/23 137/9 137/10 140/20 141/6 141/25 142/6
live [3] 22/12 41/21 134/25 54/8 64/3 65/20 66/9 66/10 66/23 67/5 82/23 148/8 148/8 148/9 151/16 151/16 154/1
lives [1] 125/6 87/19 93/17 93/18 110/3 123/7 133/25 150/19 154/11 156/12 156/19 157/21 161/10 178/10
living [5] 4/16 22/16 158/6 180/6 183/25 150/22 151/6 151/13 152/6 152/8 153/18 178/11 179/22 181/7 181/16 181/16 181/16
loan [2] 57/19 57/20 155/2 197/6 197/9 220/15 221/16 226/11 181/18 183/10 183/11 183/11 184/22 184/24
loaner [1] 105/1 main [7] 18/23 58/15 58/21 65/11 182/19 185/16 186/11 186/11 186/11 186/16 186/19
local [3] 36/24 115/25 154/9 224/10 225/17 186/19 188/1 188/22 189/18 193/13 194/25
located [2] 148/24 148/24 mainly [7] 12/19 30/18 44/19 49/10 59/4 195/2 195/4 211/4 211/5 214/18 215/6 219/22
locked [1] 51/22 107/8 183/4 220/3 220/16 220/18 220/19 222/5 227/15
long [18] 13/10 48/6 89/22 90/4 107/5 113/4 maintain [2] 31/14 97/23 233/8
120/13 120/14 129/6 132/18 139/13 139/22 maintained [1] 98/1 May 17th [1] 98/17
161/7 177/13 182/2 200/16 232/22 233/24 maintaining [1] 41/23 maybe [52] 8/20 10/14 10/15 10/15 10/16
longer [3] 19/8 219/23 231/19 major [1] 46/4 11/2 16/20 24/7 27/3 27/3 27/4 27/25 30/12
longest [1] 30/13 majority [1] 138/1 33/13 33/15 36/24 60/12 62/2 86/23 87/23
look [28] 10/20 10/22 11/13 15/17 15/19 make [45] 6/6 16/8 17/9 17/19 32/25 33/1 89/24 90/1 90/4 106/23 117/21 119/9 119/10
28/23 31/24 33/21 34/7 41/14 49/13 50/13 45/11 47/21 48/15 69/2 71/24 72/2 89/2 91/18 123/19 123/21 125/22 125/23 127/14 132/14
51/3 52/3 57/22 59/13 59/19 89/1 89/2 92/6 94/21 102/20 102/21 104/18 105/9 111/5 139/15 140/10 145/11 150/4 151/18 154/16
97/13 115/24 142/23 182/25 183/11 192/23 113/23 113/25 117/8 119/8 127/4 128/4 130/3 158/21 162/18 163/22 181/25 185/20 188/21
215/22 226/1 131/10 141/7 141/12 141/13 149/14 149/18 188/22 190/11 192/9 205/3 205/23 210/3
looking [11] 10/19 42/5 95/24 136/5 136/5 161/25 165/5 169/7 181/16 184/7 189/8 230/11
143/8 143/10 150/9 186/19 186/19 207/21 189/13 198/15 200/4 200/21 200/23 205/11 me [369]
looks [2] 142/20 233/11 makes [3] 17/10 89/1 219/25 mean [183] 4/20 4/25 7/8 8/15 9/15 9/24 11/7
loose [8] 11/6 20/11 31/2 31/2 35/17 42/4 making [10] 8/1 20/21 75/6 78/25 105/15 12/16 12/25 13/20 14/25 15/4 20/24 22/13
42/8 148/8 149/20 152/6 192/16 200/18 212/22 32/8 32/22 33/6 37/6 40/1 41/9 42/14 43/3
Lori [3] 1/25 235/10 235/11 male [1] 160/10 43/4 46/6 46/12 48/4 56/4 56/5 59/4 61/15
lose [9] 19/23 65/4 129/19 146/6 146/24 mall [2] 29/17 122/19 61/16 63/15 64/21 64/25 65/4 65/7 76/3 78/23
163/22 164/1 199/12 224/21 man [30] 8/1 24/3 41/4 42/7 62/17 62/19 63/9 79/12 86/16 88/16 94/12 95/17 97/13 102/17
loses [1] 68/22 63/14 64/23 76/16 101/20 102/14 102/15 103/10 104/9 105/2 106/6 106/15 107/22
lost [8] 10/24 11/1 11/2 69/10 138/2 182/25 102/16 103/7 103/9 107/20 109/6 122/23 108/20 108/21 110/13 112/11 112/18 114/5
183/2 183/5 129/14 129/24 149/11 150/1 153/1 165/5 114/7 115/9 115/15 116/12 116/18 116/19
lot [97] 16/21 16/21 17/7 18/13 22/24 22/25 176/14 177/3 178/22 219/24 220/22 119/20 119/24 121/1 121/11 121/18 121/19
23/1 23/3 23/11 24/4 25/16 25/16 25/17 27/13 management [1] 180/11 123/13 123/14 127/17 128/14 128/15 128/16
31/1 32/14 32/15 32/16 34/4 34/4 34/6 37/25 managing [2] 4/11 4/12 129/5 129/10 129/21 130/5 130/14 131/13
38/2 38/8 38/12 39/4 39/7 39/11 39/16 39/18 mandatory [2] 27/20 216/8 131/14 131/23 132/24 133/9 135/8 137/2
39/19 40/9 40/10 40/11 40/20 44/19 54/2 54/3 manipulating [1] 182/9 138/9 139/10 140/15 141/3 145/17 146/12
56/1 58/18 63/22 67/23 69/7 72/9 72/11 76/2 manipulation [1] 188/3 146/13 148/6 150/2 150/11 153/2 153/11
76/4 76/5 79/13 79/16 81/7 81/9 81/13 109/15 manner [3] 134/18 199/19 231/7 154/11 156/17 158/17 162/10 162/24 163/20
109/23 109/23 109/25 122/11 122/21 125/1 many [23] 11/3 13/9 30/16 33/12 33/14 58/17 166/8 169/3 169/16 172/5 172/6 173/6 174/14
125/2 127/18 128/8 132/8 132/11 132/11 58/17 94/2 94/18 107/25 125/21 126/11 133/7 174/18 176/5 176/14 176/25 177/11 178/20
133/10 133/12 133/14 145/21 146/22 149/20 133/18 137/19 153/14 170/2 170/6 170/7 178/25 179/3 179/10 184/6 185/14 186/7
151/8 152/15 152/16 153/2 153/10 153/12 186/8 204/11 207/9 207/12 186/16 187/11 187/21 188/7 188/18 188/25
153/19 154/2 154/14 156/12 156/21 166/8 March [8] 49/9 82/3 82/8 83/16 98/4 114/8 189/6 189/25 190/1 190/12 194/22 196/6
181/17 181/24 183/10 183/19 184/20 184/21 157/23 157/25 197/1 198/11 198/11 198/15 199/21 200/13
198/19 198/19 218/24 219/8 225/19 225/20 March 20th [5] 82/3 82/8 98/4 114/8 157/25 200/14 201/12 202/8 202/14 203/6 203/19
226/11 mark [1] 167/18 203/23 205/14 207/10 207/11 207/21 207/21
lots [1] 23/13 marked [5] 56/21 81/2 167/15 167/16 167/21 209/4 209/6 209/6 210/10 211/23 212/5 213/3
loud [1] 56/1 market [1] 206/17 214/15 217/15 217/15 218/4 218/5 218/5
Louder [1] 107/3 marketing [1] 218/2 218/19 218/21 220/6 221/2 221/5 222/7 223/3
love [11] 17/14 186/16 186/17 186/18 186/18 Maryland [1] 60/10 224/6 224/23 225/14 227/6 228/16 229/13
186/20 186/20 186/24 186/25 187/24 187/24 master [1] 6/13 229/14 230/17 233/1
lover [2] 140/24 224/3 match [1] 220/20 meaning [26] 15/2 30/14 41/2 42/4 42/19
loves [1] 17/15 material [5] 9/23 14/16 96/11 113/18 158/11 61/5 62/13 77/14 79/16 103/12 103/15 108/21
low [3] 24/14 39/10 129/22 materialistic [1] 9/23 113/17 119/25 120/11 121/2 133/10 137/24
lower [2] 24/6 57/2 matter [8] 8/3 47/21 152/5 216/18 222/21 137/24 137/25 148/1 162/21 169/2 193/7
loyal [2] 30/17 31/21 226/15 229/15 234/11 209/14 223/22
32/25 33/1 33/2 33/10 36/2 36/7 36/9 38/7 100/20 122/1 124/11 143/4 170/25 171/24
M 39/10 41/3 42/20 42/23 43/7 47/4 47/13 47/17 172/19 180/4 208/16
Meaning he [1] 108/21 47/24 48/13 48/18 52/22 52/25 56/23 57/7 Mr. Banks' [1] 74/24
means [12] 9/19 29/15 32/23 41/18 42/15 57/11 57/17 57/19 57/20 58/4 58/5 58/19 Mr. Britton [1] 55/24
54/3 56/6 80/7 137/15 148/7 185/3 199/6 58/22 58/24 59/3 59/5 59/20 61/11 61/23 63/1 Mr. Dooney [1] 123/12
meant [5] 63/22 133/17 145/2 182/4 211/25 63/2 63/4 63/4 63/6 63/22 64/6 64/9 65/2 Mr. Hayes [45] 44/8 44/10 44/11 46/19 47/9
medical [1] 74/9 67/22 68/22 69/1 69/2 69/3 69/7 71/19 72/10 47/21 48/3 48/6 48/10 99/12 99/12 123/17
meet [18] 20/19 20/19 40/2 40/21 40/23 41/6 73/1 73/2 74/8 74/11 74/20 74/21 76/23 78/2 123/18 123/19 133/23 155/3 171/3 171/12
44/11 44/13 45/17 45/18 45/21 45/22 125/8 78/9 78/20 78/20 79/21 79/21 86/2 86/4 88/11 171/25 172/4 172/11 173/25 174/4 174/7
133/11 143/14 145/12 173/7 175/11 94/9 94/12 94/14 94/24 96/13 103/4 103/11 175/4 175/7 175/14 175/17 175/23 177/24
meeting [3] 4/25 40/6 173/16 103/14 105/8 105/21 107/18 108/9 108/12 178/2 178/5 178/8 180/1 206/4 210/16 229/1
member [3] 11/21 88/22 134/10 113/18 115/4 116/6 116/7 116/20 116/21 229/3 229/6 229/8 229/18 229/23 231/6 231/9
members [3] 10/8 182/23 233/3 116/22 117/2 117/10 119/8 124/25 127/4 231/10
memorandum [1] 143/6 128/4 131/10 132/8 132/11 138/20 144/10 Mr. Hayes' [2] 208/17 213/25
men [3] 90/14 90/14 147/17 144/13 144/15 144/18 145/2 145/5 146/11 Mr. Maes [5] 54/8 66/23 67/5 110/3 155/2
mental [2] 20/6 185/5 146/17 148/11 149/14 149/18 149/20 152/3 Mr. O'Connell [13] 8/20 73/7 75/8 143/1
mentally [1] 20/17 152/4 152/5 154/17 165/7 165/9 165/12 167/15 219/14 219/15 220/4 220/10 220/24
mention [3] 94/4 192/6 213/18 166/17 171/16 181/4 181/17 182/23 182/23 222/21 224/2 224/13
mentioned [21] 19/25 25/6 33/16 33/18 36/19 195/25 196/8 196/15 196/15 196/17 196/23 Mr. Oliver [8] 106/3 107/17 113/3 113/15
40/19 44/17 47/8 84/19 92/21 153/4 191/2 210/9 210/9 210/12 210/13 210/15 212/16 134/3 134/4 160/21 160/24
191/3 191/4 191/5 191/7 191/10 191/13 212/17 216/12 219/1 219/10 221/21 223/20 Mr. Rice [9] 177/20 201/24 208/19 209/17
191/19 195/24 224/8 225/7 225/10 225/11 225/18 226/16 226/20 210/21 211/20 217/24 222/21 227/20
message [3] 106/7 108/7 117/8 227/1 227/4 227/9 229/11 229/12 229/13 Mr. Robinson [15] 54/20 55/13 58/7 59/1
messing [3] 40/14 156/20 225/5 230/5 230/19 230/21 230/22 66/23 67/5 83/1 110/3 145/12 145/13 148/16
met [25] 13/15 25/22 34/11 34/17 34/21 Money's [1] 151/22 149/20 150/2 155/2 225/7
44/14 44/17 48/22 52/6 68/11 133/7 145/10 monitored [1] 197/19 Mr. Simpson [4] 122/8 122/17 153/18 155/3
145/13 154/20 157/6 157/7 157/8 165/17 month [5] 46/21 46/22 46/22 158/1 158/4 Mr. Taylor [3] 102/15 118/25 160/2
173/2 173/11 213/20 213/24 226/11 231/10 months [5] 16/20 76/12 180/18 180/18 200/3 Mr. Terry [1] 48/20
231/12 more [79] 15/15 18/14 18/17 19/9 19/10 Mr. Williams [99] 44/7 49/2 62/8 62/21
methods [1] 207/18 19/11 19/18 21/23 22/10 22/11 22/11 22/12 62/23 62/24 63/18 63/21 65/21 66/23 67/1
Mexicans [1] 77/15 24/12 24/13 31/19 36/22 37/13 37/14 37/14 67/5 67/15 67/19 68/6 68/11 68/25 68/25 69/5
MF [3] 103/5 103/7 103/10 40/23 45/4 45/5 45/5 46/11 54/24 54/24 61/18 69/8 69/8 69/24 70/11 70/19 71/13 71/22 72/7
Miami [3] 84/15 84/16 84/16 64/16 64/19 74/21 80/3 85/5 93/9 93/10 94/22 72/16 72/20 72/20 72/25 73/5 73/18 73/19
Michigan [4] 83/4 143/24 144/4 145/6 112/13 115/4 119/23 120/1 120/3 124/21 74/6 74/7 74/8 74/16 75/1 75/15 75/15 78/17
middle [10] 1/1 25/4 62/2 81/7 112/18 112/19 124/23 128/22 145/22 146/6 146/23 147/22 79/7 80/11 80/12 82/19 82/23 83/10 87/14
164/10 164/12 164/17 164/19 147/25 154/17 160/19 163/14 180/18 184/8 87/17 87/19 88/10 88/20 89/15 90/21 94/3
middleman [1] 90/22 185/13 185/15 187/18 187/18 187/21 187/21 95/5 96/7 96/13 98/1 98/6 99/17 100/21
midst [2] 222/16 225/9 190/25 193/12 194/4 194/21 199/6 199/7 104/10 104/24 105/15 105/17 106/7 107/17
midwest [1] 44/21 200/19 200/23 205/2 205/11 212/6 212/7 107/20 108/4 108/18 111/22 113/3 114/5
might [51] 10/14 11/3 11/3 13/4 21/21 24/2 213/3 214/14 222/11 224/20 225/4 225/20 116/15 118/2 118/15 118/25 119/13 121/16
24/12 24/14 24/14 24/22 25/3 25/4 25/15 31/3 231/16 232/3 134/5 134/8 155/2 159/24 160/1 160/5 160/20
35/15 35/16 41/3 41/4 41/6 41/6 46/23 51/9 more of [1] 45/4 160/22 161/2 161/5 165/7 165/9 165/13 171/3
55/7 78/1 78/24 78/24 79/23 103/9 105/19 morning [5] 3/1 71/4 105/12 148/20 232/19 206/4 210/16 210/19 221/18
107/6 113/12 116/16 122/23 122/24 137/10 mortgage [4] 94/19 102/19 102/19 103/14 Mr. Williams' [2] 159/25 208/18
137/11 146/18 157/9 161/3 161/7 174/21 most [24] 22/24 23/24 30/12 30/17 30/17 Mr. Zubrod [9] 3/3 69/18 70/5 72/1 72/5
178/24 179/17 179/19 182/21 182/23 196/22 30/18 30/19 31/20 31/21 34/2 40/17 64/3 99/25 100/17 208/12 233/21
204/23 231/15 231/16 233/11 77/18 85/20 109/25 136/21 136/23 137/22 Mrs. [1] 164/18
mind [13] 17/13 18/1 21/12 68/6 72/17 87/16 184/8 184/11 190/15 190/17 234/2 234/3 Mrs. Klempner [1] 164/18
142/6 147/22 147/25 162/22 176/9 212/14 motel [9] 21/2 55/15 56/2 56/7 56/10 70/23 Ms [3] 71/4 100/11 233/18
233/5 96/9 99/13 156/8 Ms. [8] 73/4 73/9 74/3 82/7 83/14 83/22
mindful [1] 93/23 mother [59] 4/21 85/12 85/25 86/1 86/17 90/15 170/16
minds [3] 40/6 88/12 173/16 86/19 86/23 86/25 88/12 89/13 90/24 91/2 Ms. Cihak [1] 170/16
mine [9] 48/5 87/7 114/22 114/24 145/20 94/14 94/15 94/24 96/14 96/14 96/18 96/24 Ms. Klempner [7] 73/4 73/9 74/3 82/7 83/14
150/4 178/13 179/11 226/19 96/25 97/9 101/24 102/1 103/13 104/11 83/22 90/15
minimum [1] 216/8 104/12 104/12 104/14 104/17 105/3 105/4 much [28] 6/6 10/23 19/16 19/17 21/20 21/21
minor [7] 3/20 3/20 13/2 106/15 106/16 105/11 105/20 107/10 107/11 108/10 110/15 33/10 50/18 56/12 57/7 63/1 78/9 78/19 78/20
197/25 203/10 111/3 111/5 111/5 111/8 111/8 111/10 111/19 128/4 129/8 132/9 163/4 163/25 185/16 190/3
minors [2] 202/18 202/19 112/2 112/10 112/10 112/11 112/13 112/20 190/3 192/22 199/6 219/1 219/2 223/20 226/8
minute [2] 90/3 170/16 115/3 117/6 119/13 130/18 147/12 161/17 music [2] 56/1 155/16
minutes [3] 89/24 89/24 122/25 164/11 164/14 225/25 must [1] 233/12
misconceptions [1] 25/17 mother's [3] 95/7 97/5 112/4 my [243]
misimpression [1] 139/8 motion [10] 69/19 168/11 168/11 168/14 myself [21] 28/17 28/18 30/24 31/13 45/18
missing [1] 141/6 168/17 169/15 199/22 200/2 200/11 203/4 46/13 109/25 130/11 131/20 135/7 141/3
Mississippi [1] 60/11 motivate [1] 183/6 141/5 145/23 152/13 169/16 184/25 190/7
mobility [1] 139/19 motivational [2] 22/10 22/11 201/14 204/24 207/18 207/23
moment [13] 13/7 14/14 35/2 49/4 50/9 58/11 mouth [2] 120/18 200/24
70/14 117/16 123/8 190/25 208/3 215/24 move [10] 61/21 64/17 69/15 78/25 124/1 N
227/15 136/14 138/6 187/12 232/11 232/15 nagging [1] 39/20
momma [3] 108/18 111/19 111/21 Mr [2] 71/8 194/6 name [33] 3/8 3/9 29/10 29/23 29/25 30/5
money [188] 6/6 9/22 10/8 11/16 12/6 12/15 Mr. [247] 50/23 50/24 58/16 58/16 59/2 59/2 59/9 77/11
12/16 12/17 12/18 14/10 18/8 18/9 19/10 21/4 Mr. Banks [29] 3/15 5/16 7/12 8/24 9/14 77/16 77/16 79/15 81/19 92/13 92/14 94/4
21/7 21/21 22/3 28/8 30/15 32/1 32/2 32/5 31/24 66/24 68/10 73/6 74/15 75/1 75/5 75/9 94/5 94/7 94/8 96/22 115/14 144/8 144/15
32/6 32/6 32/14 32/17 32/18 32/19 32/23 75/11 75/25 76/25 88/7 88/17 89/4 99/10 151/4 153/5 159/2 163/15 192/6
147/23 148/15 149/22 153/23 154/2 155/13 numbers [2] 5/11 5/11
N 155/13 157/4 158/7 159/7 160/7 160/15 161/9
named [14] 49/12 49/24 53/9 53/10 54/18 162/4 162/22 163/10 164/6 164/12 164/19 O
55/22 83/3 125/25 126/8 142/15 142/16 165/8 165/11 165/14 165/16 165/21 167/4 O'CONNELL [18] 1/18 1/19 8/20 71/8 73/7
204/10 204/12 205/6 168/18 170/14 171/9 171/11 171/14 171/17 75/8 143/1 167/15 173/22 199/18 219/14
names [3] 12/11 91/24 92/15 172/2 172/2 172/12 172/13 172/14 172/19 219/15 220/4 220/10 220/24 222/21 224/2
naming [1] 109/12 173/12 173/20 173/24 174/3 174/6 174/9 224/13
Nancy [1] 65/13 174/12 174/24 174/25 175/1 175/3 175/6 oath [1] 103/6
narrative [1] 172/20 175/16 175/19 175/22 175/25 177/14 177/15 obey [1] 141/16
narrow [2] 206/25 207/2 177/24 178/4 178/7 179/17 179/25 180/3 object [6] 6/4 65/24 69/25 70/12 201/19
natural [1] 103/10 181/15 181/23 184/20 185/14 188/7 191/5 207/3
nature [6] 19/4 19/6 81/24 168/23 216/10 191/8 191/11 191/14 193/6 193/12 194/11 objected [1] 69/11
217/9 197/8 197/13 197/15 200/5 201/1 201/16 objecting [2] 69/12 88/15
nearly [1] 163/3 203/6 203/20 205/13 205/20 208/10 208/11 objection [20] 6/19 6/23 8/22 9/1 9/17 25/9
necessarily [11] 7/25 20/6 136/5 136/18 208/19 208/20 209/2 209/3 209/17 212/25 45/15 66/15 66/19 68/1 69/14 69/18 70/5 71/1
144/23 153/8 166/6 178/12 184/5 184/17 213/13 213/13 213/13 214/1 215/9 217/15 71/2 71/9 163/5 177/16 206/22 229/21
227/13 218/1 218/25 219/3 219/5 219/19 222/15 objectionable [1] 73/8
necessary [2] 35/4 101/23 224/15 224/22 227/19 228/3 228/10 228/22 objections [2] 72/3 232/20
neck [1] 89/16 229/4 229/7 229/9 231/16 231/17 231/19 observation [3] 4/23 70/22 71/20
need [38] 10/8 10/9 20/11 20/12 22/13 36/8 232/3 234/13 observations [7] 6/25 70/2 70/17 70/21 72/9
36/9 36/20 36/20 38/1 38/4 52/1 53/19 57/20 nobody [15] 5/2 13/21 75/2 76/13 128/12 75/6 75/6
69/2 74/17 85/20 94/9 102/5 104/17 107/5 128/23 128/25 129/1 129/2 130/7 132/23 obtained [1] 70/6
115/2 116/22 117/2 117/2 117/12 124/1 133/8 155/13 219/15 233/5 obtaining [1] 168/5
124/25 135/14 152/13 182/23 190/6 194/25 non [1] 5/23 obviously [3] 56/8 74/2 161/17
195/9 213/4 214/18 220/20 230/19 non-pimp [1] 5/23 occasion [7] 131/16 151/11 182/19 189/11
needed [47] 26/14 36/13 47/15 47/17 47/24 none [4] 33/2 33/11 113/10 188/13 192/8 210/3 230/25
47/24 47/25 48/1 48/13 48/16 57/12 57/19 nonnegotiable [1] 13/6 occasionally [1] 146/8
60/2 63/17 85/21 90/24 93/2 94/12 94/14 normal [6] 44/17 68/23 181/2 193/22 196/21 occasions [10] 10/13 94/2 170/6 170/7 170/8
102/18 103/14 116/21 116/25 119/7 148/5 214/10 190/21 191/15 211/24 211/25 229/10
148/5 163/13 177/6 179/18 194/23 194/24 normally [5] 30/21 44/7 115/12 148/13 occur [2] 62/1 125/7
196/15 203/21 210/9 210/12 214/16 214/17 149/23 occurred [4] 9/3 156/8 192/8 229/18
228/21 229/14 230/11 230/13 230/20 230/21 Northern [1] 217/22 occurring [1] 157/20
230/22 231/6 231/23 232/4 not [302] October [1] 1/10
needs [6] 36/7 87/23 115/3 115/3 164/5 164/7 note [4] 50/18 57/2 59/1 81/18 of jail [1] 94/25
neglected [1] 99/11 notes [1] 235/4 of not [1] 36/6
neither [1] 34/2 nothing [20] 7/18 7/21 13/13 43/4 46/8 85/24 off [32] 4/16 24/21 27/13 37/20 39/16 63/9
Nevada [1] 60/11 86/4 103/6 103/7 103/21 106/5 106/12 121/5 63/15 69/3 79/23 103/14 119/10 119/12
never [69] 11/13 11/14 11/14 15/16 20/20 124/21 176/5 180/6 198/14 220/20 227/17 122/21 122/24 138/21 140/5 180/2 180/6
25/22 48/22 48/23 58/15 58/21 59/6 68/11 229/18 186/4 188/23 191/21 194/17 200/3 200/15
72/22 72/24 74/10 82/14 129/21 136/25 notice [8] 58/18 68/6 68/20 68/20 68/21 200/19 200/19 223/6 223/7 223/9 223/13
139/25 143/13 143/19 144/14 145/10 145/15 75/14 78/14 139/16 223/19 225/15
145/16 147/8 149/21 150/4 154/20 157/5 notified [1] 153/12 offend [1] 186/3
157/7 157/7 157/13 165/7 165/9 166/16 notify [4] 42/11 58/18 61/9 151/13 offense [4] 61/18 67/12 203/13 216/9
166/18 171/9 171/10 172/10 173/1 173/14 notion [1] 131/23 offensive [1] 188/25
176/5 178/1 178/2 178/5 178/8 179/8 180/3 noun [1] 80/10 offering [2] 183/15 184/3
189/1 191/2 191/3 191/4 191/5 191/7 191/10 November [1] 235/8 offers [1] 48/15
191/13 191/16 191/19 191/21 191/23 192/24 now [152] 3/2 3/24 4/8 5/4 5/14 6/9 9/9 10/11 OFFICE [1] 1/15
193/8 197/15 204/25 205/1 207/11 211/7 10/19 12/5 13/15 15/13 15/23 17/24 18/7 officer [6] 151/17 151/23 152/23 191/1 191/6
231/10 18/12 18/25 19/3 19/6 19/7 19/9 19/12 19/14 191/25
nevertheless [1] 148/4 19/14 19/25 20/11 21/13 22/1 22/2 22/12 offices [1] 210/18
new [13] 17/2 17/24 17/25 18/2 18/3 32/4 24/20 25/6 26/12 27/7 28/21 30/9 31/24 33/24 Official [2] 1/25 235/11
57/10 58/5 60/11 138/8 176/8 176/12 176/12 35/2 36/19 38/20 39/24 41/8 41/22 43/17 often [2] 46/20 233/2
newspaper [5] 24/11 100/9 166/15 233/8 43/25 44/6 44/10 46/19 47/1 48/9 48/20 49/16 oftentimes [3] 182/25 186/15 186/16
233/10 50/13 54/13 54/17 55/12 56/21 59/1 59/19 oh [9] 14/25 21/18 24/7 124/4 149/3 156/7
newspapers [1] 23/17 60/8 61/1 61/10 61/25 63/18 65/21 68/17 175/16 207/13 213/13
nice [3] 12/19 43/1 233/18 72/15 76/7 76/16 78/9 79/6 80/10 81/25 82/10 Ohio [14] 24/19 40/17 44/5 53/6 56/14 86/19
nickname [5] 12/13 12/14 12/15 12/16 52/9 82/18 83/9 85/1 88/20 89/7 90/13 90/20 91/3 86/25 87/2 88/1 115/23 120/15 145/14 156/13
nigga [1] 193/7 94/2 94/9 95/2 95/5 96/5 96/12 97/4 97/17 156/14
night [10] 18/8 18/8 18/9 27/11 42/20 83/18 97/23 98/3 98/23 99/9 99/23 100/12 100/20 okay [62] 6/2 9/8 9/11 10/11 20/3 21/6 21/13
124/12 138/19 148/11 156/15 101/8 101/18 101/19 102/6 102/21 103/4 23/13 33/21 39/18 46/10 47/19 49/16 51/18
nine [5] 40/12 43/9 43/14 78/1 223/9 103/7 105/12 106/22 109/16 109/17 114/14 63/18 65/23 66/4 66/5 66/17 67/16 69/15
ninth [1] 182/1 117/13 118/11 118/25 123/11 123/17 124/19 69/21 70/5 70/21 73/7 75/21 77/10 77/21 78/9
no [192] 6/1 6/24 7/22 10/18 12/9 14/25 15/2 124/20 126/5 127/3 133/21 134/14 135/19 80/18 81/25 84/6 90/10 90/20 94/9 95/19
19/8 20/5 26/6 27/12 27/15 27/20 28/7 28/10 138/16 138/20 141/21 142/19 143/23 153/4 99/17 99/23 102/3 104/5 107/13 113/23
36/16 36/16 39/10 39/22 41/2 41/3 42/22 43/7 157/5 158/5 159/2 162/7 167/7 173/10 185/14 114/17 116/8 117/15 118/2 118/12 118/15
47/18 48/8 52/22 52/23 59/4 59/6 61/16 61/23 185/24 187/16 203/7 209/2 209/17 210/8 123/17 124/6 138/2 146/3 158/11 171/21
71/16 76/3 76/6 80/17 84/5 86/4 86/4 92/1 212/19 213/16 214/6 217/24 219/13 220/24 172/22 175/13 180/9 181/14 183/23 189/5
99/19 102/25 103/6 115/21 120/1 120/3 222/20 224/2 224/13 225/24 233/19 203/21 214/12
120/24 121/4 123/14 124/8 124/15 124/17 nowhere [5] 10/25 32/12 41/2 120/19 183/9 old [14] 5/12 5/14 13/14 27/9 30/2 30/7 34/10
125/10 127/9 128/3 128/10 128/10 128/13 number [26] 1/3 1/11 35/9 35/9 64/15 70/10 34/16 34/20 52/5 82/7 141/24 165/18 199/4
129/1 130/9 134/7 134/21 134/21 136/13 72/10 74/19 76/1 88/16 126/8 126/10 133/1 older [9] 4/25 53/25 54/23 93/7 93/8 93/10
136/16 137/22 138/15 139/13 141/13 141/20 136/3 159/25 170/8 171/2 181/6 187/1 188/5 93/12 159/11 219/22
141/20 142/5 144/12 145/1 145/10 145/25 190/10 190/21 197/12 205/5 207/15 207/17 ole [2] 113/15 119/2
original [3] 70/14 205/7 229/22 58/20 71/11 127/3 127/3 136/8 152/20 154/10
O Orlando [6] 29/1 29/2 29/4 84/5 84/11 84/12 174/15 214/25 230/25
Oliver [21] 50/8 92/5 92/7 98/11 101/1 Orleans [3] 57/10 58/6 60/11 particularize [1] 7/12
103/16 105/13 105/14 106/3 107/17 107/23 other [135] 5/4 11/23 12/3 13/17 13/23 14/5 particularly [2] 77/1 176/25
113/3 113/15 133/24 134/3 134/4 155/3 15/11 18/11 18/16 19/19 24/6 25/2 27/10 28/6 parties [5] 70/18 215/25 216/2 216/6 233/15
160/16 160/21 160/24 221/14 28/18 30/4 30/21 31/20 33/18 35/3 35/19 partner [133] 35/6 35/7 36/20 36/21 37/15
on [401] 36/25 37/16 40/19 45/20 47/1 47/8 49/12 37/18 37/22 37/24 38/3 40/2 40/12 40/14 41/4
once [44] 11/10 11/11 15/24 16/1 16/2 17/12 49/24 51/8 54/17 58/13 59/5 61/5 61/6 61/8 41/25 42/2 44/18 48/5 48/21 48/21 49/18
19/3 44/16 46/21 46/24 48/24 52/11 61/7 61/16 62/15 67/2 71/14 71/16 71/20 71/23 49/19 52/1 52/24 53/4 54/18 55/13 57/18
61/13 61/21 61/23 63/12 64/8 68/21 86/11 72/7 75/16 79/22 80/13 82/16 82/22 85/9 59/16 60/7 89/11 92/11 101/19 109/21 124/20
86/21 86/24 87/3 94/4 97/4 107/8 120/18 85/17 88/9 89/1 93/1 96/2 99/18 99/19 100/5 124/23 124/23 125/3 131/19 132/14 133/16
121/6 134/22 138/15 141/8 141/8 145/11 100/22 109/12 109/13 109/24 110/19 113/24 133/22 133/23 133/24 133/24 133/24 133/25
164/8 174/18 185/18 185/18 188/21 208/1 114/24 120/12 122/17 122/24 123/11 124/16 133/25 134/6 144/23 144/25 145/20 145/22
212/23 218/12 230/21 231/15 231/21 124/17 125/10 125/13 125/17 126/4 127/19 147/15 147/16 147/19 147/21 148/1 148/4
one [150] 10/14 11/15 11/24 14/18 16/18 18/7 128/14 129/5 130/19 131/2 131/4 133/6 135/3 148/14 149/13 149/17 150/3 150/5 150/6
18/8 18/8 19/19 26/23 29/6 29/7 30/14 30/15 136/12 137/1 137/20 138/5 139/9 140/8 150/8 150/10 150/13 150/14 150/15 150/20
30/16 30/25 31/19 31/21 31/23 32/10 32/18 146/18 147/9 148/23 149/14 152/11 152/16 151/6 152/6 152/12 153/8 173/5 177/3 189/23
36/13 40/3 40/4 42/2 42/3 42/12 45/4 45/5 152/24 152/24 153/11 155/7 156/21 160/5 189/23 191/17 191/19 192/3 192/4 192/7
49/16 51/7 51/8 51/22 55/22 61/3 65/9 65/10 160/8 162/3 162/20 162/23 163/22 165/4 193/10 193/11 193/20 193/20 194/4 194/20
65/11 68/21 70/10 74/5 76/1 77/24 77/25 168/23 171/20 171/25 173/25 173/25 174/19 194/22 194/25 195/1 196/4 196/18 196/19
80/10 80/10 81/16 82/14 82/16 83/7 88/16 178/14 179/22 181/7 183/4 189/12 193/3 196/24 197/2 209/11 210/11 210/12 213/2
89/12 89/15 89/23 89/23 91/1 91/25 92/9 197/12 198/15 201/21 205/5 205/21 210/13 213/3 213/6 213/7 214/4 214/13 214/16
93/24 95/24 99/13 109/6 112/21 113/24 210/19 211/14 218/1 221/4 221/21 222/8 214/19 214/20 214/20 220/25 221/1 221/5
116/25 117/11 120/24 123/1 123/19 123/21 228/24 229/11 229/17 230/14 221/5 221/17 221/20 221/25 221/25 223/8
125/6 125/18 129/13 132/25 133/2 134/6 other's [3] 42/3 125/6 229/8 224/19 224/21 225/4 225/12 226/13 226/19
134/18 135/23 136/14 136/18 137/14 137/19 others [3] 126/1 126/12 187/5 227/9 227/10 229/1 229/15 229/19 230/24
138/6 138/8 138/11 140/10 140/16 140/21 otherwise [3] 167/6 216/18 228/17 231/2 231/24
140/24 141/2 142/17 145/18 145/19 147/25 our [12] 7/16 8/10 22/3 79/10 89/7 89/8 94/17partner's [1] 149/4
148/3 148/13 148/21 149/10 149/17 150/12 162/16 162/25 177/10 179/7 209/15 partners [80] 35/5 36/18 38/16 39/24 39/25
152/8 152/10 152/20 156/5 156/10 156/13 ourselves [4] 22/14 39/13 89/8 157/3 40/8 40/16 40/17 41/22 44/2 44/3 44/7 47/8
156/15 157/1 160/9 164/13 164/15 173/5 out [236] 49/24 50/11 53/13 54/6 54/21 66/12 80/18
173/9 176/5 176/20 179/6 179/17 179/17 outlet [2] 24/13 189/2 86/12 87/4 87/7 89/12 97/23 114/24 123/16
182/19 183/10 186/12 186/22 186/23 187/3 outside [5] 11/18 11/18 11/19 11/25 71/3 124/7 124/19 125/21 126/3 126/4 127/19
188/8 189/4 190/8 190/25 191/24 192/23 outsmart [1] 198/21 129/14 131/17 133/13 133/19 134/7 134/11
195/25 196/7 196/13 196/25 203/15 204/3 over [27] 16/14 24/1 27/8 40/10 44/22 58/22 134/11 142/15 142/17 147/9 147/10 153/22
207/23 208/3 210/13 218/2 219/19 221/3 58/23 58/25 78/12 84/13 86/24 88/16 88/23 153/24 154/9 154/16 172/9 174/19 176/16
221/24 222/4 222/6 225/17 228/9 228/21 89/3 100/10 101/18 105/21 114/21 128/12 191/24 192/16 192/18 192/19 192/21 193/5
229/10 229/11 138/2 166/5 190/3 204/13 213/8 219/20 193/9 196/6 196/12 209/9 209/15 210/19
ones [3] 131/3 142/15 212/7 220/22 230/15 211/14 212/3 213/9 220/6 220/13 221/2
only [52] 16/24 19/19 22/14 41/13 41/25 42/9 overcharge [2] 129/18 129/22 221/11 221/12 221/18 222/4 222/6 222/7
42/23 61/22 82/13 85/20 91/1 91/15 97/1 overcome [1] 154/5 222/8 222/11 227/12 228/25 229/6
97/21 103/22 104/4 110/1 112/19 112/21 Overruled [2] 9/18 163/6 partners' [1] 145/9
113/12 119/12 119/12 125/16 132/15 139/23 overseeing [1] 4/15 partnership [10] 146/4 208/24 208/24 209/1
139/25 141/3 145/11 157/8 159/14 162/16 oversees [1] 213/5 219/17 219/19 220/14 222/2 222/5 222/14
164/13 164/14 168/14 169/7 169/16 174/13 own [24] 10/11 11/11 16/8 16/8 21/4 23/9 partnerships [1] 220/11
192/25 196/12 201/4 203/17 204/6 204/9 38/22 38/25 41/12 71/19 76/19 94/15 94/18 parts [2] 58/10 70/15
210/21 210/23 210/25 210/25 213/6 216/7 159/19 162/13 166/21 174/24 174/25 184/14 party [5] 75/11 77/12 77/12 81/21 230/9
221/17 222/24 223/1 188/2 189/11 189/17 201/9 212/11 pass [1] 116/3
Ontario [2] 132/5 132/12 passed [2] 140/15 176/24
open [3] 109/11 217/18 233/5 P passing [3] 125/11 214/24 215/2
opens [1] 120/17 P.C [1] 1/21 past [8] 187/13 198/13 198/18 198/19 198/22
operated [1] 92/23 p.m [1] 234/16 198/22 198/24 199/1
operating [1] 110/17 P.O [1] 235/12 patience [1] 232/22
opinion [7] 6/19 8/6 8/12 9/5 104/2 186/23 PA [1] 235/13 pay [9] 19/15 19/16 61/5 65/6 94/14 103/14
211/24 page [8] 143/8 143/10 147/7 156/1 193/14 119/12 186/7 186/11
opinions [1] 20/21 194/15 215/18 216/11 pay-off [1] 119/12
opportunity [2] 106/23 142/11 Pages [1] 1/8 paying [3] 26/16 42/5 212/16
opposed [7] 18/7 46/7 65/5 103/9 128/21 paid [3] 64/6 69/1 87/1 payment [1] 103/14
188/1 190/5 paper [1] 233/12 pays [1] 61/7
opted [1] 29/18 Paradise [1] 52/4 peace [5] 54/9 54/10 55/9 55/10 68/20
options [1] 29/13 paragraph [11] 143/5 147/5 147/6 147/7 peace-keeper [2] 55/9 55/10
or [256] 155/22 155/25 215/19 216/11 216/22 226/3 Penitentiary [1] 3/16
oral [18] 24/22 24/24 24/25 120/25 172/3 226/4 PENNSYLVANIA [18] 1/1 1/13 60/14 60/17
172/5 172/10 172/12 173/1 173/18 174/7 parent [1] 97/2 60/23 62/5 95/11 95/13 95/23 95/23 96/3
174/13 175/20 176/1 177/24 208/20 209/3 parents [1] 90/23 126/11 151/3 156/12 174/11 192/14 234/14
209/17 park [1] 56/11 235/7
orange [1] 81/16 parking [2] 81/13 155/15 Pensacola [13] 82/1 84/17 84/18 84/24 86/11
order [16] 25/4 67/22 67/22 90/19 96/5 part [22] 7/6 46/25 68/11 68/14 68/19 73/7 86/22 98/21 114/9 115/22 115/23 133/3
142/10 161/4 168/10 181/10 181/11 185/2 73/20 88/5 120/12 134/9 137/6 137/13 137/14 213/17 213/18
185/10 185/24 186/6 198/10 209/14 138/23 142/9 157/20 157/21 185/7 186/13 people [41] 5/1 7/5 7/6 11/25 40/11 44/6
organization [5] 54/21 89/7 89/8 109/21 201/20 210/11 224/11 50/10 88/9 91/25 93/1 109/23 109/24 115/4
134/9 particular [23] 5/2 9/6 21/9 22/8 23/22 26/1 123/11 125/8 127/19 128/11 128/15 131/15
organizing [1] 4/16 27/11 29/5 36/25 37/1 37/25 38/17 58/19 131/17 131/18 133/7 133/10 140/8 142/14
122/13 125/14 129/24 130/15 130/16 131/4 position [11] 19/21 19/22 19/24 64/8 192/20
P 131/19 133/7 135/11 135/15 135/22 136/12 193/10 205/9 207/24 228/13 228/15 230/12
people... [16] 160/8 160/11 165/25 166/4 137/1 137/1 137/17 137/18 138/5 139/1 possesses [2] 199/20 217/7
166/11 173/25 191/20 191/21 192/13 192/18 139/20 144/12 147/9 148/23 155/13 165/4 possession [1] 215/10
196/16 197/12 201/21 205/2 221/11 228/1 172/8 176/4 177/3 181/7 181/24 183/4 184/12 possible [9] 17/9 17/10 17/20 45/22 71/25
per [1] 228/21 184/13 184/20 184/21 184/22 187/17 189/12 79/4 97/15 162/17 192/22
percent [1] 20/24 193/1 193/3 195/6 195/17 195/18 195/18 possibly [8] 97/11 131/19 162/8 168/8 197/1
perform [1] 122/17 195/19 196/5 196/10 206/21 207/15 208/5 203/12 211/5 227/8
performed [1] 153/14 209/6 209/15 211/3 211/12 212/3 212/4 post [1] 96/17
period [4] 30/17 118/8 157/7 211/12 212/19 212/21 218/6 220/5 224/4 225/18 pot [1] 32/18
perjured [1] 201/4 pimps' [1] 42/5 potential [4] 129/19 142/7 202/13 202/15
perjury [8] 103/6 113/9 205/23 205/25 217/4 pinpoint [1] 220/21 potentially [1] 126/23
217/14 217/16 217/19 piss [1] 223/9 power [2] 17/19 177/7
permission [5] 127/7 127/9 127/25 128/2 Pitt [2] 123/5 197/4 practice [1] 212/4
219/8 place [25] 1/11 5/12 24/9 24/9 24/10 27/23 practiced [1] 23/14
person [23] 5/22 5/24 7/19 40/4 45/3 71/23 44/5 49/4 62/4 62/5 75/7 81/24 82/2 83/4 precarious [1] 152/21
106/24 127/11 128/1 128/20 133/11 139/4 96/12 98/13 98/14 101/10 103/5 103/11 preceded [1] 160/20
143/13 143/19 150/19 153/4 157/10 181/3 149/18 158/2 158/3 178/18 178/18 precise [1] 177/19
186/5 197/1 209/12 219/19 227/4 places [13] 22/20 22/21 23/20 23/25 45/5 precisely [2] 74/16 75/1
person's [1] 210/11 95/24 126/10 126/15 126/22 127/18 131/8 prefer [1] 188/1
personal [14] 6/25 70/17 70/21 70/22 71/20 131/10 149/14 pregnancy [1] 21/15
116/23 181/24 189/17 190/2 211/21 211/23 plan [8] 90/20 91/3 94/9 97/4 97/6 97/8 97/10 pregnant [3] 21/17 21/18 21/24
228/3 228/7 229/2 165/15 prejudice [2] 8/9 8/11
personally [16] 43/7 43/14 44/13 47/18 48/22 plane [2] 86/25 87/2 preparation [1] 170/3
87/17 107/4 110/11 131/14 136/10 139/2 planning [1] 41/5 prescribed [1] 216/9
157/7 165/9 184/23 188/18 213/7 plates [1] 56/15 presence [6] 32/12 71/3 100/7 112/4 213/25
perspective [6] 15/14 15/15 136/21 136/23 play [18] 21/15 22/4 31/16 53/12 54/8 54/11 214/24
147/18 147/20 89/18 89/20 90/2 90/5 90/21 91/23 92/19 present [8] 1/14 32/9 32/11 53/9 113/15
persuade [5] 139/4 153/18 154/9 164/2 164/4 92/22 93/18 98/10 99/9 101/15 135/7 165/12 199/1
persuasion [1] 164/6 played [30] 54/20 54/22 101/16 102/11 presentation [2] 3/2 88/5
petty [1] 227/4 102/24 103/1 104/6 104/21 105/25 106/18 press [3] 120/9 224/5 224/6
phone [39] 44/14 46/19 62/16 62/20 62/21 107/14 108/15 109/2 110/7 110/24 111/16 pressure [1] 225/2
63/15 64/22 73/19 80/14 85/8 86/1 88/10 112/15 112/25 113/20 114/18 115/6 116/9 pretend [3] 150/16 184/18 184/20
101/19 103/15 105/6 105/17 105/18 105/20 117/24 118/22 119/17 120/6 120/21 121/13 pretty [2] 34/2 129/8
105/21 106/24 114/13 115/17 115/24 117/17 121/24 160/18 prevent [2] 76/21 99/3
145/11 154/21 156/6 156/6 156/9 157/8 playing [5] 27/3 55/25 78/24 178/24 198/22 previous [4] 65/16 65/17 65/18 66/25
157/16 174/23 197/11 197/17 197/18 197/18 plays [1] 6/10 price [12] 24/2 24/14 25/4 49/15 50/18 52/8
197/20 225/19 230/16 plea [14] 4/3 4/5 4/6 167/10 167/25 200/7 53/7 88/9 123/12 129/14 133/23 226/6
phone and [1] 62/20 202/12 202/13 202/22 203/3 204/21 204/23 Price's [1] 52/9
phones [4] 55/16 56/10 85/9 155/16 215/17 217/21 prices [11] 23/25 24/6 24/9 24/10 24/20 25/2
photograph [3] 28/24 28/25 30/4 plead [4] 99/4 114/15 118/9 121/20 39/8 39/11 129/8 175/4 209/18
phrase [6] 6/11 6/16 181/12 206/15 218/1 pleads [2] 121/3 121/3 primarily [1] 77/14
218/5 please [37] 3/8 57/22 59/13 71/8 72/23 72/25 primary [1] 124/13
phrased [1] 65/25 100/8 101/15 102/3 102/10 104/5 104/20 Prince [7] 50/6 53/4 64/3 82/23 93/17 96/1
physical [5] 17/22 20/4 20/5 185/4 185/7 109/1 110/6 110/23 111/15 111/20 112/14 110/4
physically [2] 16/15 17/5 114/17 116/8 119/5 120/5 121/12 170/17 Princess [3] 65/13 65/14 70/22
PI [1] 79/14 177/21 192/17 194/7 194/11 194/14 201/25 Princess' [1] 71/14
pick [4] 85/24 100/9 122/11 156/14 208/3 215/24 216/11 222/25 227/21 233/15 principle [1] 140/21
picked [3] 4/23 86/23 122/22 233/21 prior [10] 5/7 5/9 48/23 63/25 65/9 76/10
picking [1] 5/1 pled [2] 123/21 202/16 105/18 170/1 192/1 192/1
picture [3] 61/1 84/4 84/12 plus [2] 78/3 119/1 prison [9] 3/17 13/12 48/9 88/7 123/18 187/7
pictures [2] 50/9 152/18 pocket [34] 11/13 13/2 13/5 26/6 31/4 37/10 187/8 196/1 199/16
pimp [427] 41/8 41/9 41/10 41/10 41/18 41/24 42/1 42/8 probably [17] 24/22 38/22 43/8 46/4 84/7
pimp's [6] 11/14 11/16 136/3 136/23 137/4 42/10 42/12 42/16 42/17 42/19 42/22 43/3 95/8 130/16 132/17 139/2 165/2 182/1 182/5
148/6 43/7 43/15 45/9 56/8 56/9 85/3 85/4 85/4 194/25 214/19 223/10 231/9 234/1
pimped [3] 130/15 159/12 180/16 148/7 178/12 178/13 178/13 219/11 probative [1] 8/10
pimpin' [5] 63/11 63/11 119/22 176/13 podium [2] 194/6 194/11 problem [15] 6/24 7/22 21/10 37/23 39/6
212/16 point [19] 17/7 43/19 66/21 73/12 74/3 81/5 39/9 55/3 74/9 74/25 94/17 94/22 151/25
pimping [36] 5/4 13/13 13/21 16/22 31/21 98/2 99/21 137/19 153/17 156/13 198/12 154/5 162/15 210/3
37/21 41/14 44/1 45/9 46/14 46/17 49/21 198/17 198/22 201/11 209/6 210/25 223/10 problems [20] 46/5 47/6 47/6 76/6 94/15
132/17 144/24 147/11 147/22 159/12 173/16 226/10 94/16 94/18 94/22 102/21 125/2 132/11
183/13 186/5 186/9 186/17 190/1 193/22 pointed [1] 86/9 146/18 162/13 162/15 162/20 162/21 164/18
195/19 195/19 197/25 202/6 206/13 214/10 points [2] 46/12 151/19 178/10 178/11 210/6
219/23 226/13 228/16 231/17 232/3 232/6 police [16] 38/8 86/9 115/14 122/20 122/22 procedure [1] 205/24
pimpish [2] 14/4 14/9 122/23 131/6 131/8 150/23 151/1 151/4 proceeded [1] 149/5
pimps [121] 4/25 5/1 7/2 7/3 7/11 7/11 7/14 151/13 151/15 152/7 152/24 214/24 proceedings [5] 1/7 193/15 234/16 235/2
7/22 7/23 8/7 8/15 8/15 8/24 12/10 13/9 13/15 policemen [1] 234/14 235/5
13/17 13/20 13/20 13/23 14/5 21/16 21/17 policy [1] 147/10 proceeds [1] 22/17
21/23 23/11 25/18 26/6 27/8 27/10 27/10 pool [1] 178/5 process [10] 5/16 14/22 17/19 21/13 43/10
27/18 28/6 28/18 28/19 28/20 35/3 37/4 37/11 pop [3] 58/16 93/24 95/25 49/7 64/19 97/24 112/5 187/23
38/12 40/10 42/5 42/6 42/7 45/21 45/25 46/5 popping [2] 47/4 47/5 prodding [1] 97/13
46/9 46/14 54/11 54/21 54/23 54/24 58/13 portion [1] 226/2 professional [3] 4/11 15/9 15/9
76/4 81/20 81/22 82/12 82/16 96/2 96/20 posed [1] 193/24 profile [3] 7/1 7/15 7/16
published [1] 140/20 142/1 148/18 150/4 150/16 159/16 159/17
P pull [1] 91/9 159/18 173/14 174/13 176/17 178/23 181/15
profitable [1] 184/1 pulled [1] 148/19 185/19 186/9 188/24 189/22 190/12 191/21
profits [2] 130/14 130/14 purportedly [1] 88/12 210/21 211/7 212/8 219/24 222/24 223/1
progress [1] 30/17 purpose [15] 25/12 45/14 45/17 59/25 63/19 232/24 233/3
progresses [1] 129/11 67/9 73/16 88/12 91/21 95/12 95/13 115/19 really pimping [1] 45/9
prolong [1] 181/20 115/21 168/4 177/19 reason [17] 15/2 26/1 38/25 42/18 52/21 67/2
promise [16] 6/17 6/18 6/18 9/20 9/20 10/1 purposes [5] 3/22 34/23 115/2 115/17 119/10 110/4 123/12 135/23 138/9 149/25 151/18
10/1 10/6 10/15 107/23 134/17 181/23 182/3 purse [3] 43/2 43/6 149/1 151/24 161/11 169/18 200/23 201/1
182/4 211/25 213/10 pursuant [3] 4/3 167/10 229/19 reasons [8] 37/17 38/24 116/23 138/10
promised [3] 200/1 200/13 207/7 pushed [1] 141/4 145/18 145/19 149/10 210/16
promising [2] 14/15 108/11 pushing [1] 182/10 recall [4] 51/1 62/25 211/22 213/20
promote [4] 166/16 176/1 177/14 177/24 put [45] 8/23 17/5 17/20 20/6 21/3 23/16 recant [6] 91/12 91/16 99/6 103/24 108/1
promoted [1] 184/6 23/17 26/7 26/7 26/19 50/9 53/18 61/1 61/17 118/9
promoting [1] 171/21 62/16 62/20 62/21 63/22 64/5 65/2 73/3 73/19 receipt [4] 50/16 51/4 51/5 58/24
proper [3] 8/14 8/24 46/14 74/20 86/25 87/21 88/10 98/3 103/16 106/3 receipts [4] 58/17 96/22 146/11 178/3
property [1] 5/10 106/21 106/22 110/12 117/5 139/16 164/17 receive [7] 3/24 9/22 14/17 168/8 168/10
proposing [1] 89/18 164/19 174/22 183/15 193/18 199/21 211/14 204/5 205/25
propositioned [1] 207/6 211/14 211/17 223/10 233/12 received [4] 58/19 70/18 197/25 204/19
prosecute [3] 118/13 204/25 205/16 putting [9] 20/15 24/11 24/11 26/11 26/12 receiver [1] 57/5
prosecuted [6] 91/14 163/25 205/3 217/13 67/9 127/20 127/21 146/21 receiving [1] 5/10
217/16 217/18 receptive [1] 162/24
prosecution [4] 88/20 192/11 205/9 205/20 Q recess [13] 71/4 75/21 75/22 75/23 100/4
prosecutions [1] 168/23 qualified [1] 8/15 100/5 100/14 100/16 170/16 170/20 170/21
prosecutors [3] 103/18 170/3 213/20 question [58] 7/8 8/24 9/14 14/20 25/20 170/22 234/15
prostitute [83] 4/14 4/17 4/21 11/10 11/12 65/24 66/21 66/21 66/22 67/3 69/11 69/12 recipient [1] 58/2
11/21 14/11 15/3 15/24 16/1 16/3 16/3 16/18 69/25 70/10 70/12 70/14 70/15 71/15 76/25 reckless [2] 42/6 148/9
16/19 16/19 19/2 19/8 24/16 30/12 30/18 77/1 123/1 124/3 135/20 136/6 172/16 172/18 recognize [2] 151/4 167/22
33/12 38/2 46/11 52/11 52/14 52/15 60/17 175/12 177/18 177/20 193/18 193/24 194/2 recollection [3] 24/21 44/12 161/3
61/6 65/2 65/3 67/4 67/10 67/12 67/13 68/7 194/19 201/24 206/8 206/9 206/10 206/25 recommendation [2] 200/17 200/22
68/18 69/9 70/23 71/13 72/10 72/14 74/20 207/2 207/3 210/21 211/20 212/8 212/9 record [4] 3/9 50/14 67/14 193/13
74/23 75/12 76/2 79/20 95/18 134/22 134/23 212/19 212/20 213/1 214/3 214/12 214/21 recorded [3] 197/16 197/19 197/19
144/7 148/6 148/13 150/25 151/7 151/13 215/4 217/24 219/14 222/20 224/6 224/12 records [1] 96/23
151/16 161/22 162/6 162/22 166/19 178/12 224/13 229/25 recoup [1] 74/10
179/11 179/19 179/21 180/7 181/3 182/13 questioning [1] 71/10 Recross [2] 2/4 227/22
184/10 185/13 186/16 186/24 186/24 187/20 questions [11] 7/13 76/1 76/1 99/11 124/8 RECROSS-EXAMINATION [1] 227/22
188/19 189/15 190/5 207/12 207/14 208/8 135/19 170/14 208/11 208/16 208/17 208/18 recruit [17] 10/19 11/15 31/17 31/18 31/19
210/3 212/23 223/2 230/7 quick [1] 79/3 31/23 37/8 61/16 65/8 65/23 72/14 134/17
prostituted [26] 11/8 34/10 34/16 34/20 quickly [1] 86/15 137/1 147/8 155/12 156/4 156/21
65/16 65/20 66/22 67/4 67/15 67/19 69/6 quiet [2] 109/16 109/17 recruited [2] 10/4 31/1
69/23 70/11 72/11 73/4 74/11 74/19 77/17 quite [3] 50/6 201/13 234/10 recruiting [12] 4/14 6/11 9/16 10/21 13/7
79/7 82/11 89/5 123/13 123/14 206/23 206/24 quota [4] 27/14 27/16 27/17 27/21 13/18 14/14 14/16 14/22 25/16 207/18 207/19
207/1 quotas [2] 27/18 27/23 recruitment [2] 19/1 31/16
prostitutes [82] 4/11 4/12 4/15 11/15 11/16 quote [2] 133/7 225/25 red [1] 29/20
11/22 52/20 76/5 109/12 109/13 109/14 135/5 quoted [2] 140/20 224/2 redirect [4] 2/4 184/2 208/14 227/24
135/6 135/21 145/7 147/8 151/12 153/19 reduction [10] 168/5 168/9 168/10 168/18
154/10 155/12 156/4 156/10 156/14 156/15 R 199/22 199/24 200/11 200/12 204/3 204/6
156/17 156/18 156/20 157/2 171/15 175/8 R-o-b-e-r-t [1] 3/11 reemphasizing [1] 113/3
175/10 175/11 175/15 175/16 175/18 175/20 radio [1] 100/10 refer [9] 12/10 22/24 77/18 79/13 80/1 80/2
175/24 178/9 178/11 178/11 178/12 179/7 raise [1] 102/8 80/25 114/1 193/5
179/9 179/23 181/10 185/2 185/22 187/1 raised [1] 219/13 reference [3] 23/1 50/21 217/8
187/3 187/6 187/10 187/16 187/17 188/5 ran [3] 153/13 192/24 203/17 referred [8] 12/12 94/3 94/3 94/6 156/11
188/9 188/11 188/14 190/9 190/15 204/10 rape [1] 156/2 193/6 206/15 220/12
204/13 204/14 204/16 205/6 205/21 206/20 rapport [3] 87/18 105/3 160/1 referring [8] 12/1 12/3 33/8 94/5 101/21
207/5 207/5 207/6 207/8 207/11 207/15 rare [3] 10/13 166/7 166/9 108/3 108/4 113/16
207/17 211/4 211/8 212/13 212/20 212/21 rather [1] 197/22 reflect [2] 193/14 198/16
224/10 231/16 231/22 232/6 raw [2] 68/15 68/16 reflection [5] 109/6 110/12 162/4 167/4
prostituting [10] 19/4 38/22 38/23 38/24 52/7 reach [4] 20/19 22/6 27/21 27/22 211/11
67/1 69/7 71/22 72/21 106/13 reached [1] 55/12 reflects [1] 74/24
prostitution [22] 3/22 7/6 12/6 22/17 23/14 reaching [1] 89/11 refuse [1] 27/10
28/9 34/23 48/7 60/8 83/24 83/25 111/7 read [20] 74/22 143/7 147/3 147/5 147/6 regard [18] 14/5 15/10 15/10 21/17 21/17
148/11 171/21 172/1 172/4 173/19 176/2 155/22 155/25 194/7 214/2 214/7 215/18 28/19 88/13 93/10 130/10 130/11 131/17
177/14 177/25 178/3 183/13 215/20 215/20 215/24 216/11 216/22 225/24 131/18 133/21 157/5 161/13 213/13 220/7
protect [3] 109/20 109/22 209/15 225/24 226/2 233/9 231/23
protection [5] 36/19 36/19 36/21 37/10 151/8 reads [1] 143/12 regarded [4] 14/7 28/19 45/19 147/9
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prove [1] 88/25 real [7] 28/2 46/4 51/23 56/1 106/24 186/15 172/4 173/19 178/8 208/16 215/4 217/14
provide [6] 126/16 129/4 204/1 204/7 205/13 220/10 219/14
211/25 really [60] 15/5 18/14 21/13 23/20 30/15 regardless [1] 186/20
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provides [1] 70/7 41/3 41/25 42/9 43/2 43/4 45/9 46/8 48/23 regular [2] 35/10 166/10
providing [1] 216/16 53/20 56/12 58/15 59/6 63/10 64/16 64/22 regulations [4] 37/1 41/11 41/19 141/9
public [2] 23/9 23/12 108/18 108/21 108/22 120/18 121/4 132/9 reiterating [1] 114/14
rewarding [1] 181/15 rut [1] 36/4
R rewards [1] 181/16
reject [1] 142/7 RICE [13] 1/21 1/21 170/25 177/20 194/6 S
relate [1] 196/25 201/24 208/19 209/17 210/21 211/20 217/24 said [116] 7/9 13/16 14/14 19/1 30/18 31/20
related [3] 233/10 233/11 233/12 222/21 227/20 40/18 46/19 47/15 48/18 48/20 60/14 60/14
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relationship [12] 16/14 17/25 18/2 18/15 ride [1] 86/8 72/24 73/22 74/3 74/7 74/8 74/11 74/16 74/23
19/4 19/6 44/16 73/18 124/20 161/16 185/13 ridiculing [1] 129/24 75/1 76/9 77/10 79/11 80/11 82/10 82/18 83/4
229/20 riding [2] 52/15 148/23 83/10 85/6 85/11 86/1 86/5 86/16 94/18
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relevant [1] 88/25 89/17 89/25 90/1 90/4 90/9 97/9 100/11 148/22 149/2 149/5 150/20 152/10 153/23
reliant [2] 20/23 20/24 101/19 103/7 106/22 113/23 124/22 125/9 153/24 156/19 156/25 163/10 163/17 164/10
relocate [1] 154/17 126/5 126/6 126/12 126/17 126/19 126/24 173/6 173/14 176/3 177/16 179/15 179/19
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remainder [1] 199/8 135/15 136/9 137/21 138/24 139/4 139/6 209/3 209/3 210/23 211/10 217/6 217/25
remains [1] 222/16 141/2 142/12 142/17 144/4 144/5 144/8 218/1 218/2 224/2 224/3 224/10 224/16
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reminders [2] 100/2 232/23 150/1 150/20 151/1 152/13 153/15 154/22 231/5
renegade [4] 38/20 38/21 39/5 76/4 155/4 157/6 157/18 157/21 158/19 159/10 sake [1] 96/22
renegades [5] 39/3 39/6 39/16 39/23 180/2 160/3 160/22 161/8 163/11 164/3 165/25 same [64] 16/22 21/12 21/19 25/3 25/3 36/14
renew [2] 9/17 66/15 167/8 167/11 168/6 168/12 168/15 170/4 39/6 40/9 40/23 41/7 44/5 45/23 46/13 46/22
repeat [4] 14/21 136/6 175/12 215/20 173/11 174/14 185/14 190/22 193/20 195/20 46/23 51/8 51/18 54/22 58/9 65/10 65/11
repeatedly [1] 222/20 212/24 213/22 217/18 220/21 220/23 223/13 93/19 110/4 110/19 110/20 111/9 117/16
repeating [1] 210/23 223/21 232/16 232/21 234/15 117/17 124/22 129/8 130/4 132/15 132/16
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reply [1] 25/23 righteously [1] 61/22 157/1 162/3 163/16 165/3 165/5 176/12
report [6] 31/6 31/7 99/8 113/7 113/13 174/1 rightly [1] 135/4 183/18 183/19 190/6 192/18 196/9 196/14
reported [1] 58/25 rights [7] 61/13 61/16 61/24 68/22 138/18 221/18 224/9 225/13 225/17 227/6 232/1
Reporter [2] 1/25 235/11 223/15 223/24 235/6
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representation [3] 38/23 39/1 76/6 RMR [2] 1/25 235/11 save [4] 43/12 89/8 89/8 232/13
representatives [1] 216/14 road [5] 10/15 10/16 17/21 52/14 81/8 saw [5] 160/18 180/23 189/11 213/19 224/9
represented [2] 73/3 79/8 roast [3] 20/8 20/16 213/11 say [110] 4/12 5/20 7/25 10/1 11/20 11/24
reputable [4] 37/12 46/9 128/16 128/16 roasted [4] 85/14 85/16 85/23 149/9 15/13 16/18 22/2 24/1 29/15 30/25 32/22
reputation [2] 37/19 163/24 roasting [3] 20/8 85/14 129/24 32/24 36/24 37/6 42/1 43/1 46/21 49/9 53/20
request [3] 102/4 135/20 142/22 Rob [2] 50/8 221/14 62/2 65/7 70/20 71/19 73/9 73/10 73/10 74/23
requested [2] 103/13 216/18 Robert [5] 3/5 3/10 92/3 100/24 216/12 76/11 77/13 81/5 92/1 98/15 99/7 102/14
required [1] 216/4 Robin [1] 187/3 103/25 104/24 105/7 105/9 105/10 106/21
reserve [1] 72/2 Robinson [40] 50/5 54/14 54/20 55/13 57/3 109/5 111/21 111/21 114/5 117/3 118/11
reside [1] 3/15 57/16 58/1 58/7 59/1 65/18 65/20 66/11 66/14 120/24 122/21 128/1 129/15 130/17 132/5
resolve [3] 55/13 161/15 174/24 66/23 67/5 82/25 83/1 87/8 88/8 92/18 110/3 133/1 133/23 141/16 141/18 142/14 142/24
resolved [3] 56/17 155/19 220/13 114/25 115/1 133/25 142/16 145/3 145/10 143/17 146/16 149/16 154/11 161/11 163/10
resolving [1] 54/8 145/12 145/13 148/16 149/20 150/2 153/17 163/10 166/17 166/18 169/4 172/22 172/25
respect [13] 37/13 37/14 37/14 37/19 46/9 155/2 220/17 221/15 224/17 225/7 226/22 178/1 179/3 179/10 180/23 181/14 184/5
46/13 128/14 128/21 128/23 128/23 140/23 226/25 187/16 187/17 189/22 190/3 192/21 192/24
163/23 181/6 rode [3] 45/1 211/6 211/7 192/25 193/6 194/22 198/7 198/9 198/11
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respecting [1] 37/21 54/22 90/21 92/19 92/22 93/18 93/19 209/13 211/13 214/15 215/7 215/8 218/5
respects [1] 159/21 roof [1] 81/16 218/8 219/22 220/15 227/12 229/14 230/24
respond [2] 178/15 210/6 room [12] 55/16 56/1 56/7 56/10 70/23 85/10 231/1 233/1
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220/5 row [5] 7/13 81/19 81/19 81/21 81/23 106/25 107/1 108/2 108/5 108/23 109/8
responsibilities [3] 30/20 30/21 30/25 rubbed [1] 79/2 110/14 111/8 111/11 111/22 111/24 112/7
responsibility [3] 161/24 162/7 163/18 rule [4] 8/4 138/12 140/8 140/9 112/9 113/4 113/24 113/25 114/22 116/13
rest [3] 33/4 151/23 155/3 rules [36] 11/8 11/11 11/24 12/6 17/1 18/17 116/21 118/2 118/3 118/15 118/17 119/3
result [4] 26/12 26/18 26/19 158/16 26/25 26/25 28/16 36/25 41/11 41/12 41/19 119/4 119/6 119/8 119/21 120/8 120/8 123/25
retire [1] 139/10 41/23 58/12 68/19 68/23 68/23 96/5 131/2 140/21 151/22 152/12 162/12 172/10 178/22
retrieve [1] 195/2 131/3 135/1 140/10 141/9 141/14 141/16 180/13 182/13 184/13 197/13 200/5 200/7
return [5] 71/5 166/25 194/6 194/11 233/19 184/14 185/8 187/18 212/21 212/24 218/12 201/17 203/22 204/4 208/5 215/5 218/7 228/3
returned [2] 173/3 173/13 228/12 228/13 228/16 228/18 229/2 231/19 231/21
returning [1] 170/16 run [14] 37/2 39/12 76/5 122/12 135/4 135/6 says [20] 50/18 50/21 57/2 57/5 73/9 74/5
reviewed [1] 171/10 161/7 186/25 191/21 203/11 203/12 203/16 102/15 102/18 106/3 108/3 108/18 111/19
revocation [1] 216/22 223/6 223/7 116/13 116/14 116/21 118/25 121/16 121/16
revoked [2] 216/20 217/23 running [2] 76/22 180/1 214/3 223/4
reward [1] 29/7 runs [1] 223/13 scare [1] 186/3
series [2] 91/24 91/25 should [17] 22/12 26/4 85/16 85/18 87/11
S serious [3] 13/5 28/13 158/18 90/1 90/4 120/1 121/10 121/11 121/21 129/3
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scenario [3] 103/8 184/23 184/25 seriousness [1] 161/6 shouldn't [10] 14/6 14/9 14/11 37/5 56/9 69/2
scene [2] 43/13 148/19 serve [17] 61/22 61/22 61/23 62/7 64/13 68/6 120/3 147/24 149/7 219/25
scheduled [1] 98/16 68/19 68/20 68/21 76/7 76/10 77/2 77/3 78/14 shouting [1] 220/20
scientific [1] 176/8 138/17 199/8 223/15 show [12] 43/2 52/25 56/21 68/5 81/2 93/25
scientist [3] 176/8 176/9 176/9 served [19] 60/22 61/13 62/6 62/7 62/8 75/14 102/17 122/1 146/11 151/12 155/20 167/13
scope [2] 7/7 97/12 79/5 83/10 99/18 138/16 138/16 139/13 showed [3] 45/1 173/3 173/12
score [1] 151/19 139/14 139/15 159/15 223/16 223/20 223/23 showing [4] 167/21 173/13 187/18 193/14
script [6] 115/10 115/11 115/15 115/19 223/25 shown [2] 68/14 215/17
115/21 116/2 served Terrance [1] 62/7 shows [1] 72/16
se [1] 228/21 serves [1] 64/13 Shuey [3] 1/25 235/10 235/11
season [1] 64/21 service [7] 23/22 139/22 140/8 153/14 154/10 shut [1] 151/14
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seated [3] 3/8 71/8 233/21 165/24 166/3 166/6 166/8 166/9 167/1 167/3 88/3 90/11
Seattle [1] 87/24 serving [10] 61/1 61/2 61/3 61/25 62/11 sides [2] 153/3 188/3
secluded [1] 152/22 63/19 78/7 78/17 199/2 228/16 sign [1] 81/9
second [7] 58/21 117/13 136/6 143/5 185/20 session [1] 79/11 signed [1] 168/4
215/18 226/4 set [14] 11/11 17/2 17/3 26/3 37/12 41/20 signs [1] 166/20
second-to-the-last [1] 226/4 41/21 49/4 96/5 135/1 166/22 175/4 184/14 Silk [43] 50/5 54/14 55/3 55/5 56/15 56/15
secure [1] 22/15 216/19 56/18 57/1 57/11 65/18 82/24 83/1 83/3 87/7
seduce [2] 187/17 212/21 seven [4] 33/1 89/24 89/24 187/6 87/18 93/19 96/1 110/4 114/22 114/23 114/25
seduced [1] 187/16 seventh [1] 182/1 142/16 143/13 143/13 147/12 148/25 152/19
seducers [1] 212/19 several [3] 22/20 196/10 234/11 153/20 153/21 153/23 154/12 156/3 211/3
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31/22 42/3 51/9 52/24 62/12 63/11 75/11 171/16 202/18 203/11 208/9 228/14 228/17 215/5
76/18 77/24 78/5 80/4 81/6 99/12 110/11 228/22 Simpson [6] 122/4 122/8 122/17 153/5
137/7 142/23 148/2 162/15 163/3 176/10 sexual [12] 6/3 23/22 151/1 151/7 166/6 153/18 155/3
182/12 182/12 183/21 183/21 192/5 203/25 166/8 166/9 167/1 167/3 202/17 202/18 since [15] 13/13 27/8 44/12 71/25 117/11
215/22 226/12 233/11 228/17 124/11 124/13 133/2 157/11 157/11 159/13
seeing [1] 125/11 shake [1] 37/9 173/11 180/4 180/7 188/7
seek [5] 135/11 135/15 206/20 207/15 207/15 shall [1] 216/15 sir [8] 184/2 191/4 193/17 194/14 194/17
seem [3] 15/5 34/5 34/5 shape [1] 21/22 198/7 206/13 227/24
seemed [1] 159/18 share [15] 35/12 38/16 125/19 125/20 131/12 sit [10] 107/4 176/6 176/13 176/17 176/23
seems [1] 133/17 132/2 132/3 132/4 132/6 195/14 195/17 220/4 177/11 179/4 179/5 198/14 201/1
seen [11] 27/2 47/23 99/13 109/14 122/22 220/6 220/7 232/16 sitting [5] 32/17 114/6 163/15 169/18 169/21
148/21 157/9 157/11 157/12 171/9 190/18 shared [2] 204/17 205/7 situate [1] 230/9
sees [3] 6/5 6/7 181/3 sharing [3] 131/6 220/8 229/17 situated [2] 64/7 64/8
seldom [1] 80/2 sharpest [1] 34/1 situating [1] 47/25
self [1] 34/4 she [528] situation [55] 12/25 15/12 21/6 21/8 26/14
self-esteem [1] 34/4 she's [87] 11/17 15/9 15/16 17/10 17/11 36/5 36/10 37/21 38/14 38/18 46/7 46/15
sell [3] 9/15 162/9 181/13 20/25 21/1 21/3 25/22 26/16 26/16 26/24 48/19 48/25 49/2 53/19 54/25 56/17 60/2
selling [7] 6/16 6/16 10/12 181/22 211/21 26/25 27/4 27/5 27/5 30/11 30/12 30/14 30/23 61/19 64/16 76/20 78/19 93/21 93/23 105/11
212/6 228/23 30/23 30/24 31/20 31/21 31/21 39/10 39/11 106/23 107/9 111/11 115/3 152/21 158/16
sells [2] 6/13 6/15 42/4 42/4 42/5 42/5 42/6 42/15 42/16 42/18 158/22 159/22 161/6 162/11 163/12 163/23
send [24] 32/20 38/1 38/2 50/19 51/5 51/16 42/21 43/6 61/11 69/7 76/5 76/16 76/19 86/19 164/12 166/9 166/24 170/2 174/21 179/20
51/18 51/25 57/11 60/4 60/6 86/1 86/5 96/21 87/10 104/4 104/15 106/23 107/1 107/17 180/3 192/24 196/14 196/20 202/7 218/14
96/24 115/25 120/16 123/20 124/24 182/23 108/12 109/14 111/24 111/24 112/5 112/7 219/20 225/3 226/9 227/7 230/17
196/15 225/7 225/10 226/25 112/11 112/13 115/14 118/15 120/9 120/14 situations [5] 40/20 53/17 54/4 125/6 227/14
send this [1] 51/16 120/15 121/6 121/6 123/25 124/1 138/13 six [4] 16/20 28/25 180/18 180/18
sender [4] 57/3 57/25 59/23 59/24 139/5 139/16 142/1 148/7 148/8 158/7 158/7 slack [1] 17/1
sending [4] 56/5 59/24 106/7 196/23 158/7 162/3 166/21 187/22 187/25 187/25 slapped [2] 85/5 85/6
sense [5] 192/18 192/21 196/22 218/2 219/25 189/24 190/8 213/3 218/7 218/12 218/20 slash [2] 50/21 50/23
sent [27] 47/17 48/14 50/16 51/1 51/7 51/13 218/20 Sleazy [1] 94/6
51/14 51/23 56/25 58/19 58/24 59/3 59/5 60/2 sheer [1] 73/24 slick [1] 198/20
87/1 101/18 114/23 124/4 145/5 146/11 sheriff [1] 91/8 slightly [1] 84/9
146/17 152/2 195/25 196/8 196/17 225/10 sheriff's [6] 91/7 91/13 95/22 99/7 103/23 smart [1] 127/22
230/13 108/2 smash [2] 102/15 102/16
sentence [24] 3/24 4/1 143/5 143/7 143/12 Shimon [1] 83/5 smoked [1] 45/2
167/8 168/5 168/8 168/9 168/10 199/2 199/9 ship [1] 120/19 smooth [8] 17/19 83/3 83/5 104/11 104/25
199/22 200/14 203/5 203/7 204/5 204/7 shirt [2] 43/23 43/24 189/2 189/2 211/3
215/25 216/2 216/7 216/8 216/8 230/18 shoe [2] 110/18 162/2 smoothed [1] 105/4
sentenced [4] 123/22 124/4 167/7 203/25 shoot [1] 119/1 smoother [2] 64/19 187/23
sentencing [2] 216/4 216/5 shooting [1] 121/17 snatch [2] 138/21 223/19
separate [2] 203/13 203/14 shopping [2] 107/20 146/22 sneak [1] 140/2
September [3] 51/13 191/13 193/15 short [3] 169/18 177/13 234/9 Snow [5] 29/22 29/23 33/18 33/23 82/6
September 14th [1] 51/13 shortcomings [3] 186/21 186/22 186/23 so [325]
September 22 [1] 193/15 shortly [2] 91/24 96/9 so-called [1] 225/2
September 22nd [1] 191/13 shots [1] 16/23 sold [7] 7/9 7/10 14/15 181/11 181/25 211/24
sorts [1] 220/11 steal [7] 137/15 145/4 145/4 145/24 145/25
S sought [2] 135/17 136/8 146/2 222/1
sold... [1] 213/10 sounded [3] 55/9 64/12 178/23 stealing [1] 145/7
solely [1] 216/3 source [3] 71/16 124/13 181/4 step [1] 184/6
solicit [1] 166/20 sources [1] 72/7 steps [3] 86/12 87/11 87/13
solicited [1] 79/20 south [1] 40/25 STEVE [3] 1/21 1/21 170/25
soliciting [2] 167/1 167/3 span [1] 101/12 stick [1] 132/25
solved [1] 102/21 speak [8] 84/9 95/2 119/5 190/22 195/21 still [20] 76/15 78/5 145/19 146/14 165/2
some [130] 10/8 11/5 12/20 17/1 21/4 21/16 214/6 216/1 222/25 187/9 200/16 203/16 203/17 222/8 223/15
21/17 24/22 25/4 27/18 27/19 28/8 35/2 36/2 speaking [6] 7/13 10/11 178/17 192/10 223/16 223/23 223/24 225/16 226/7 226/10
36/7 36/23 37/2 37/11 40/20 43/1 46/6 47/5 195/20 199/19 226/10 231/22 231/23
47/6 47/24 48/13 48/13 48/17 49/11 49/24 Special [2] 133/4 142/20 stipulated [1] 50/14
52/25 61/11 61/19 61/23 63/2 63/4 63/4 64/9 specific [10] 41/12 44/18 91/20 179/13 stole [1] 139/15
67/2 67/21 67/22 71/14 71/23 74/9 75/25 76/5 190/25 191/20 191/21 200/1 200/5 200/17 stolen [1] 5/10
78/4 79/10 84/14 84/15 85/8 88/6 88/10 88/11 specifically [5] 47/15 91/3 126/15 142/15 stop [51] 21/1 23/1 26/8 32/8 39/19 70/24
88/13 91/23 100/21 106/3 107/7 108/24 181/13 76/2 80/18 80/20 80/21 80/22 81/4 81/5 81/14
114/23 115/4 116/17 117/20 119/1 124/25 specifics [1] 171/20 81/16 81/23 84/13 85/24 87/22 90/2 102/12
126/2 126/2 126/3 127/19 127/19 128/14 speculation [3] 25/9 45/15 201/20 102/25 103/2 104/7 104/22 106/1 106/19
131/2 134/11 134/12 134/13 136/3 136/8 spell [1] 3/9 107/15 108/16 109/3 110/8 110/25 111/17
136/10 137/20 138/2 138/4 138/25 139/9 spend [1] 33/2 112/16 113/1 113/21 114/19 115/7 116/10
142/2 142/14 142/15 144/10 145/5 146/8 spending [1] 33/3 117/25 118/23 119/18 120/22 121/14 150/22
146/10 146/25 152/16 153/17 156/2 156/4 spent [2] 73/1 170/2 151/12 151/23 166/8 174/10 186/17 223/2
161/19 165/25 166/11 173/25 177/6 181/25 spite [3] 164/21 164/22 164/24 stopped [3] 86/7 86/7 231/13
184/22 185/3 185/4 185/12 187/5 190/11 split [1] 166/12 stops [11] 22/22 22/23 23/13 44/20 81/6
194/23 194/24 196/16 196/23 198/23 207/19 spoke [8] 68/25 90/14 90/15 93/22 156/8 81/11 122/14 122/15 126/19 165/23 174/25
207/22 207/22 209/6 209/11 210/19 211/24 191/1 191/6 191/9 store [1] 113/17
211/24 214/16 214/17 219/10 219/13 222/11 spoken [1] 75/10 Storm [3] 151/16 151/16 152/25
227/14 229/5 230/18 232/4 233/8 spot [11] 21/8 35/14 35/15 40/23 41/7 127/1 story [4] 63/24 113/9 121/10 213/18
somebody [66] 5/23 11/4 16/10 19/14 20/15 127/1 127/3 127/12 132/6 146/20 straight [1] 185/21
35/7 35/8 35/10 35/12 35/12 35/15 35/16 spots [2] 35/13 146/19 strange [1] 36/23
38/21 40/13 53/18 53/18 53/22 57/18 78/5 square [5] 5/23 5/24 6/1 6/3 25/21 street [17] 1/12 23/8 23/14 29/23 29/25 67/10
79/17 79/20 85/8 86/5 96/16 96/21 97/2 99/15 stable [3] 30/18 30/19 136/22 92/13 92/14 92/15 94/7 94/8 139/5 156/11
116/23 118/13 125/3 125/4 127/10 127/10 stack [9] 32/21 32/22 32/23 32/25 33/3 33/5 161/12 193/7 226/9 235/12
128/7 132/6 132/15 132/17 138/13 138/15 33/6 33/7 33/8 streets [11] 23/7 23/12 110/21 126/16 135/25
138/19 139/17 152/17 152/19 153/8 159/12 stage [1] 19/2 154/21 156/16 165/23 174/24 221/4 226/9
159/13 159/20 159/21 159/21 160/12 160/14 stake [1] 103/9 strength [5] 112/3 123/15 124/7 182/6 196/8
162/15 166/20 166/24 173/6 173/7 173/7 stakes [1] 18/18 strenuous [2] 15/5 45/5
177/6 183/5 184/24 186/20 210/8 213/4 stamina [1] 182/6 stress [1] 198/21
219/18 219/22 220/20 stand [8] 10/17 104/14 112/8 115/25 185/25 stressed [1] 163/11
somebody's [2] 67/24 145/7 194/8 194/9 225/2 strike [2] 69/15 69/19
somehow [2] 66/22 158/22 standards [3] 20/19 41/20 134/25 strip [1] 43/3
someone [18] 6/6 8/12 74/19 77/17 80/4 standing [3] 30/5 115/18 119/25 stronger [1] 21/25
102/5 124/24 132/2 134/2 142/11 174/1 181/3 stands [1] 187/21 strongest [1] 30/14
193/21 195/8 195/12 195/14 198/2 214/9 star [2] 10/2 18/23 stuff [6] 6/6 27/4 77/15 121/18 183/8 230/9
something [88] 5/3 5/21 8/21 10/16 13/5 14/4 start [8] 24/14 24/14 25/3 25/4 76/14 109/15 stumbled [1] 73/17
14/4 14/5 14/6 21/18 22/5 26/5 26/13 26/22 129/13 129/22 style [1] 40/4
27/21 35/22 36/11 37/10 41/11 41/19 43/4 starting [4] 24/21 129/12 129/15 129/15 submission [2] 7/16 8/10
43/16 46/24 61/21 62/25 63/12 78/6 79/15 state [28] 3/8 3/21 3/21 21/12 34/23 68/5 submit [2] 8/2 68/4
86/24 106/24 113/17 113/18 116/18 117/10 68/18 72/17 91/15 97/21 113/6 113/11 114/4 Subparagraph [1] 215/18
118/14 119/1 119/2 119/2 122/18 127/21 114/16 118/3 118/4 118/5 118/10 118/18 subpoenaed [1] 104/15
127/21 136/16 136/17 139/15 146/5 149/7 120/9 120/11 120/12 151/3 190/14 190/15 subsequent [1] 67/3
149/23 156/19 156/20 156/23 156/24 161/7 190/16 211/7 234/14 subsequently [2] 86/7 96/8
162/14 163/18 165/22 171/7 171/21 172/22 stated [1] 66/1 substantial [11] 168/11 168/17 168/21 169/1
173/13 174/15 176/11 176/11 176/24 177/11 statement [34] 68/4 68/5 68/12 69/13 69/19 169/2 169/3 169/4 169/9 203/4 204/1 204/7
178/17 179/18 181/23 183/7 185/13 187/12 70/2 71/14 71/14 71/15 73/13 75/3 91/7 91/12 substantially [2] 168/22 200/10
188/16 188/24 188/25 190/14 193/7 196/12 91/17 99/6 103/4 103/22 103/22 103/24 successful [1] 10/21
198/5 198/13 198/23 200/19 200/24 201/5 103/25 105/16 108/1 113/25 142/19 142/23 successfully [1] 46/11
206/3 210/4 218/20 218/21 219/24 223/3 142/25 143/5 143/20 155/20 164/23 164/23 such [3] 74/12 214/21 216/15
sometimes [39] 6/14 6/14 10/13 12/12 14/25 220/24 226/3 227/12 suck [1] 88/20
17/6 23/16 23/16 23/17 23/18 23/19 24/23 statements [11] 72/6 91/18 103/17 111/5 sufficient [1] 7/4
25/3 28/2 32/3 32/20 40/22 40/22 54/9 54/9 118/7 118/8 118/9 133/1 190/25 191/16 suggest [1] 163/2
54/10 138/9 138/10 140/8 141/24 141/25 216/24 suggested [1] 220/10
141/25 150/12 150/18 151/15 151/18 166/8 STATES [9] 1/1 1/2 1/15 3/5 3/16 216/4 suggestion [2] 71/25 75/8
170/11 184/23 184/24 187/17 213/3 215/3 216/13 216/15 235/12 suggestions [1] 221/24
215/13 status [1] 76/4 Sumter [1] 84/22
somewhere [11] 16/9 40/11 40/24 97/11 statute [1] 216/9 Sunday [1] 140/20
115/23 120/9 129/11 132/5 141/17 174/20 statutory [1] 216/8 Super [3] 84/3 84/3 84/8
188/6 stay [18] 85/18 125/14 125/14 125/15 136/18 superseding [1] 171/4
soon [3] 107/18 107/19 107/19 136/20 157/2 176/21 176/22 188/19 188/20 supervising [1] 4/14
sorry [11] 62/8 63/3 92/2 102/25 143/11 189/5 189/8 189/9 189/13 223/6 225/16 226/6 supposed [13] 7/2 11/25 12/5 12/7 46/1 61/17
152/9 175/12 179/13 187/7 190/13 231/4 stayed [3] 95/7 182/19 188/11 106/9 138/20 144/12 169/5 178/15 212/1
sort [8] 13/25 20/16 36/19 69/10 89/21 staying [4] 11/4 153/9 211/11 227/6 231/25
131/22 134/17 222/1 stays [1] 120/15 sure [21] 8/21 17/19 94/21 96/19 99/15
tapes [6] 89/20 89/23 90/2 90/3 99/25 198/15 testimony [21] 8/16 66/25 67/8 74/23 74/24
S tat [2] 127/17 172/11 88/6 88/14 110/3 121/9 126/8 134/16 169/14
sure... [16] 102/20 102/21 104/18 105/9 taxi [1] 153/6 170/4 191/25 202/4 205/19 216/17 216/25
113/23 117/8 119/8 130/4 161/4 161/25 165/6 Taylor [21] 93/5 93/6 98/11 101/3 102/15 229/22 232/13 234/11
173/10 190/10 200/24 205/3 205/14 103/16 104/9 116/13 117/18 118/25 120/8 testing [2] 137/3 137/4
surface [1] 150/5 133/5 142/20 159/2 159/3 159/4 160/2 160/21 Texas [2] 44/20 60/11
surprise [1] 26/23 191/1 191/7 221/15 than [48] 15/11 18/15 24/6 31/19 45/25 54/24
surrounded [1] 46/13 teach [1] 180/19 54/24 55/4 61/18 93/12 99/18 99/19 119/23
Susies [1] 136/17 teaching [1] 114/6 120/1 120/3 124/21 124/23 125/11 128/14
suspect [2] 88/4 150/22 tear [1] 20/16 145/22 146/6 146/23 156/21 157/3 162/5
suspected [1] 152/16 technical [1] 77/16 162/23 178/14 184/4 184/9 185/13 193/3
suspension [1] 144/3 technique [1] 218/2 193/12 194/4 194/21 197/23 200/19 201/13
sustained [4] 25/10 68/2 69/14 69/18 teenage [1] 34/3 206/2 212/6 212/7 214/14 219/22 219/23
sweat [4] 39/13 39/15 56/6 61/15 teenager [1] 180/8 224/21 225/4 225/20 229/17 230/14
sweating [6] 37/3 37/6 37/7 37/8 207/18 telephone [14] 73/16 88/6 88/7 89/4 91/23 Thank [10] 3/4 3/12 9/11 100/15 100/18
224/24 98/10 100/20 101/7 101/9 117/13 157/17 170/15 206/11 208/12 208/13 232/9
swell [1] 14/7 160/9 162/10 163/9 that [1426]
sworn [1] 3/6 tell [78] 5/19 13/3 24/10 25/24 26/9 29/2 31/7 that's [145] 3/17 7/17 8/2 8/3 8/17 14/4 14/12
31/11 33/7 33/24 35/21 39/5 39/12 42/7 43/10 17/22 18/21 21/8 23/1 23/10 24/3 24/13 25/21
T 43/14 44/16 47/11 54/20 61/1 62/1 62/6 63/6 26/5 26/19 26/20 27/20 28/22 28/25 29/7
TA [2] 81/9 81/14 63/9 63/21 70/21 77/6 77/6 78/18 85/1 103/24 29/22 30/13 30/13 30/15 30/15 30/16 31/19
tabs [1] 55/1 107/11 107/17 109/10 112/10 113/10 114/15 33/7 33/23 34/8 34/13 34/19 36/11 37/11
tactic [1] 229/3 117/3 118/25 122/23 128/7 129/5 130/7 37/12 38/21 40/13 41/19 42/8 49/15 49/18
take [72] 14/10 17/21 23/15 25/15 28/23 132/12 132/14 135/9 137/8 140/2 141/14 50/16 51/4 52/4 59/14 64/24 65/14 69/1 70/1
31/24 33/21 34/7 34/22 34/25 38/8 38/9 42/19 149/13 149/17 151/16 151/17 153/25 161/22 71/19 72/16 73/21 74/10 74/12 75/17 75/19
42/20 42/23 43/6 43/6 49/4 49/13 50/13 52/3 162/17 162/19 163/21 163/25 165/17 176/13 76/9 80/23 81/4 81/11 81/21 81/21 82/6 84/4
57/22 59/13 59/19 60/8 62/4 81/24 82/2 83/14 193/1 197/18 198/7 198/8 198/10 201/1 93/17 93/22 94/1 94/7 94/8 95/9 98/21 99/24
86/12 87/11 87/23 90/4 92/6 95/6 96/13 97/11 204/21 213/17 215/7 215/14 218/20 219/15 101/20 101/22 101/22 112/1 114/6 114/7
98/13 98/14 101/10 101/22 105/7 113/12 220/2 220/8 223/11 223/12 224/5 115/1 115/25 116/3 121/16 124/13 124/22
113/24 114/1 114/2 117/9 118/12 122/11 telling [32] 7/9 20/13 63/4 78/21 98/16 98/18 125/16 131/20 134/21 135/18 135/21 136/12
133/10 133/15 153/18 166/13 170/15 175/1 101/19 106/8 107/23 109/9 110/16 110/18 136/16 136/16 136/21 136/23 136/24 136/25
179/4 179/5 182/7 182/20 182/21 200/3 114/10 121/19 121/20 141/9 150/12 150/14 137/13 138/9 138/23 138/25 138/25 140/15
200/15 204/4 215/22 216/5 220/1 222/9 222/9 161/9 161/10 161/10 162/2 162/4 162/5 162/8 142/6 143/20 144/4 149/16 149/23 149/25
225/13 227/10 232/19 233/25 162/8 164/5 164/22 165/4 196/25 198/16 152/20 156/23 159/9 160/2 162/1 162/5 163/8
taken [6] 68/21 75/23 87/13 100/16 170/22 219/18 164/2 166/7 166/21 167/25 174/15 174/22
235/4 tells [9] 58/24 77/6 107/17 109/9 109/11 176/24 191/17 194/2 194/19 195/17 196/10
taking [11] 68/7 69/2 76/21 76/23 95/13 113/6 113/8 129/2 223/8 198/5 198/5 200/3 200/16 201/4 203/18
152/18 154/3 174/8 192/20 228/13 228/15 ten [12] 40/12 43/9 43/14 78/1 89/24 90/3 204/22 211/21 214/12 218/5 218/5 218/21
talk [81] 7/23 11/14 11/14 13/9 13/19 13/20 125/22 125/23 200/15 200/19 219/23 223/9 219/24 222/10 223/9 230/15
13/22 14/8 14/8 17/7 28/6 35/9 35/13 35/13 ten-minute [1] 90/3 their [35] 4/16 6/4 13/18 25/19 32/11 35/9
35/15 35/16 39/1 41/15 46/5 46/23 47/6 48/20 tend [2] 10/20 183/3 38/22 42/11 50/9 58/13 79/14 79/14 79/14
49/2 49/11 53/19 53/21 53/23 55/6 56/13 Tennessee [1] 60/9 88/12 89/12 102/5 120/16 141/22 142/6 142/7
58/11 61/25 63/11 63/12 64/23 72/19 90/3 term [13] 30/9 30/10 33/5 41/9 79/24 81/18 142/10 153/10 153/25 156/5 166/4 166/13
91/17 92/25 93/1 93/7 93/14 96/2 100/6 81/21 81/22 180/2 189/19 202/23 202/24 166/13 182/10 184/14 187/17 200/10 210/6
102/14 102/15 104/11 105/8 106/23 107/4 217/25 222/12 224/4 224/14
107/11 109/18 112/8 116/13 117/3 117/7 terminated [1] 166/25 theirs [1] 59/11
117/10 117/11 117/12 120/17 131/13 131/15 terms [9] 14/15 20/21 25/12 79/10 79/22 89/4 them [185] 4/15 4/15 4/16 7/9 7/9 7/10 11/5
131/15 131/17 131/18 142/14 154/18 157/16 129/2 131/8 217/1 12/12 13/16 13/17 13/25 14/1 17/8 17/23
159/21 176/17 176/23 177/11 192/16 195/18 TERRANCE [32] 1/4 1/20 43/20 43/22 23/16 23/17 23/17 24/10 25/25 26/4 26/21
195/19 201/7 202/9 210/1 213/9 219/4 220/19 60/22 62/7 62/15 62/16 63/25 66/6 66/8 78/15 26/22 33/3 33/14 34/25 35/1 37/20 37/20 38/8
230/15 78/16 87/1 87/9 90/25 94/1 95/1 97/10 98/19 38/9 38/9 38/10 39/12 39/12 39/13 39/13
talked [55] 13/8 13/16 13/17 17/24 28/21 101/5 103/13 105/20 116/20 117/18 157/5 39/14 39/15 39/16 41/23 43/19 43/25 45/17
44/14 45/2 45/8 46/19 48/11 48/17 48/23 159/6 159/7 159/8 159/14 159/15 211/2 46/3 50/6 50/7 56/5 56/6 56/20 59/8 60/18
53/16 62/10 63/10 63/16 69/8 73/1 82/13 territory [6] 174/5 174/8 174/15 175/1 175/2 77/18 82/14 85/3 85/19 90/18 92/1 93/1 100/7
82/14 82/15 82/16 82/18 82/24 82/25 105/5 209/18 101/22 103/20 103/24 104/18 111/9 112/21
105/17 106/10 118/3 118/6 124/19 124/19 Terry [23] 48/20 48/22 60/16 92/25 93/7 93/8 113/8 114/15 116/4 117/12 120/18 121/10
134/14 145/11 154/21 155/10 157/8 161/1 93/9 93/12 93/20 93/21 94/3 95/2 98/11 108/5 121/17 122/12 122/19 122/19 122/20 122/24
170/5 172/8 176/25 178/1 178/10 181/12 115/22 119/9 209/23 210/1 219/14 220/25 124/20 126/2 126/2 126/8 128/8 128/19 131/4
195/24 197/15 210/2 219/9 228/12 228/23 221/1 221/9 228/7 134/17 134/17 134/17 135/7 135/7 135/9
229/10 230/11 230/14 230/16 232/6 testified [13] 3/7 71/18 75/11 99/2 126/14 135/9 136/11 136/25 137/24 137/24 138/20
talking [37] 6/9 26/6 86/9 87/6 87/6 91/10 173/21 185/11 190/18 191/12 193/17 202/11 141/12 141/13 141/14 141/19 141/19 142/4
91/25 92/24 93/20 99/25 102/18 105/5 105/21 210/15 221/8 142/7 144/13 152/2 153/13 153/13 154/3
105/22 106/4 106/9 110/15 110/15 114/13 testifies [2] 89/6 89/6 155/3 156/21 156/22 157/3 166/3 168/25
117/16 133/4 148/9 159/23 162/1 164/15 testify [33] 8/7 8/13 8/15 9/4 67/14 69/5 72/6 169/2 169/8 170/5 173/5 177/8 178/14 181/11
172/6 177/1 177/2 184/16 184/17 184/21 72/8 73/4 73/16 87/12 89/9 94/23 108/11 181/12 182/11 182/11 182/12 182/22 183/6
206/22 218/17 218/18 219/11 229/17 233/2 108/12 110/16 111/5 111/22 112/10 112/12 183/6 183/6 183/11 183/21 183/21 184/6
talks [4] 74/7 108/2 108/5 109/17 112/13 113/5 121/2 158/22 161/25 163/1 184/11 185/12 186/4 186/4 187/11 187/14
Tampa [4] 84/14 84/14 84/15 84/16 165/6 169/21 169/22 198/2 206/2 211/5 234/8 187/15 187/18 188/13 189/12 189/12 189/13
tamper [1] 197/14 testifying [21] 4/3 6/25 7/21 8/13 49/3 49/8 190/16 190/17 193/6 194/3 194/20 199/12
tampering [7] 3/22 5/10 197/22 202/19 68/24 86/13 87/15 88/14 91/11 99/4 102/1 202/9 202/11 204/20 204/21 204/24 205/18
203/12 203/13 228/1 102/22 105/23 110/2 167/10 169/19 170/1 207/6 207/7 207/18 207/18 207/19 208/2
tape [4] 89/19 89/21 90/3 90/5 202/11 210/2 209/25 210/9 210/14 211/6 211/7 212/1
taped [2] 99/10 197/21 testimonies [1] 198/15 212/13 212/13 212/20 212/22 214/13 216/5
139/23 145/7 161/12 161/12 161/13 166/4 217/9 230/3 230/9 230/9
T 166/16 166/18 166/19 throughout [3] 126/22 186/10 218/13
them... [10] 220/16 220/18 224/7 224/8 224/8 thieves [1] 131/22 thrown [2] 30/9 79/10
225/23 228/16 228/18 232/14 233/16 thing [32] 11/12 14/7 21/11 22/11 27/20 thrust [1] 66/21
them, [1] 182/12 27/20 28/3 37/11 40/24 58/21 58/23 87/19 Thug [2] 92/16 92/16
them, to [1] 182/12 94/15 110/19 110/20 113/6 118/14 139/22 Thursday [1] 83/18
themselves [6] 28/19 32/3 45/4 76/2 122/14 150/2 150/11 150/12 159/19 161/21 162/3 ticker [1] 89/21
166/23 165/5 176/12 181/14 181/18 183/10 210/22 ticket [6] 38/9 86/1 86/6 87/1 87/2 87/2
then [106] 4/24 18/1 19/3 19/21 21/19 26/3 210/23 227/25 tight [4] 21/8 47/14 137/4 225/1
37/12 37/17 39/9 39/18 39/21 40/5 40/12 47/1 things [125] 5/4 6/17 9/3 9/20 9/24 13/22 tighten [3] 20/13 31/4 178/24
56/9 58/23 63/14 68/22 69/8 76/13 78/2 84/8 14/9 14/15 14/16 16/4 16/5 16/14 17/3 17/15 tightened [1] 190/7
84/11 84/12 84/13 84/14 84/16 84/17 84/17 17/16 17/23 17/24 18/13 19/9 20/11 21/5 time [129] 3/4 10/13 13/4 13/10 13/20 15/3
86/25 87/23 94/13 95/10 97/10 99/1 103/5 21/22 22/3 25/17 28/11 28/13 28/17 28/18 16/22 18/11 18/22 19/22 21/9 22/24 26/22
103/18 104/17 105/8 111/19 112/11 112/22 28/20 30/24 31/3 37/1 37/4 38/13 41/13 41/15 32/5 44/20 44/23 45/23 46/13 48/16 51/19
113/7 117/5 118/8 121/9 127/11 128/20 41/20 44/6 44/18 45/3 45/8 45/10 46/1 48/3 51/20 52/14 54/7 55/15 56/6 56/14 60/21
128/22 129/12 129/19 134/18 134/23 135/2 56/2 58/14 58/15 81/24 103/4 104/11 104/18 62/10 63/8 64/4 68/11 71/3 73/14 74/5 77/18
138/17 139/13 139/16 141/10 141/11 141/15 105/4 116/14 121/21 124/17 125/13 128/19 82/1 82/7 85/13 85/20 86/20 88/5 90/6 91/6
147/24 148/3 149/4 149/6 150/8 153/22 154/2 131/2 133/6 134/17 135/3 135/10 137/8 140/9 98/3 99/13 99/22 103/15 106/12 111/4 111/10
160/24 160/25 160/25 161/1 161/10 163/21 141/6 146/14 146/22 150/5 150/9 150/13 113/7 114/7 114/8 114/8 123/21 124/14 127/3
166/20 167/4 177/7 179/19 183/18 185/20 150/16 153/11 154/14 155/16 169/24 172/8 127/14 127/22 128/5 129/6 129/10 132/18
186/24 187/22 188/21 188/22 190/3 190/8 176/4 177/4 177/9 178/1 178/14 179/2 181/7 133/16 135/5 136/2 137/1 138/2 141/7 143/21
191/7 191/13 192/7 193/24 199/22 202/9 181/7 181/21 182/2 182/3 182/8 182/12 144/8 145/5 145/11 146/4 152/14 152/23
205/11 207/24 208/17 212/17 212/17 214/21 183/19 183/21 183/21 184/13 184/16 184/19 153/3 153/15 153/15 154/11 154/13 154/16
218/13 220/1 220/18 220/19 222/10 223/9 185/17 187/22 190/7 195/21 198/20 198/21 156/5 156/12 157/1 157/9 158/5 158/16 160/5
223/16 229/11 232/19 202/7 204/23 204/25 207/7 208/5 209/9 160/5 162/13 162/17 163/12 163/16 167/16
there [178] 5/2 8/6 10/6 10/9 14/17 14/18 209/16 210/13 211/22 212/18 213/5 215/5 173/2 179/17 182/4 182/7 186/8 186/10 188/8
14/22 19/15 19/16 24/5 24/14 25/2 27/5 28/4 217/11 219/6 222/8 223/22 224/24 225/19 190/6 191/17 197/22 198/22 199/6 200/1
29/4 30/4 30/24 31/12 32/8 32/11 33/4 36/23 225/20 226/13 229/5 229/17 230/15 230/19 200/16 203/14 203/15 203/23 205/15 205/16
36/23 37/11 37/18 37/23 37/25 38/11 38/11 think [38] 7/13 8/20 8/23 9/4 21/6 44/12 50/5 209/7 221/17 221/19 223/1 225/13 225/17
38/12 39/13 39/22 39/23 40/15 41/1 41/2 50/6 50/24 51/21 56/12 67/2 67/7 69/4 73/15 227/6 229/10 230/13 230/14 232/5 232/11
41/15 43/15 44/22 45/10 45/12 45/25 50/23 74/5 74/22 74/24 79/23 88/8 88/23 105/18 232/13 232/15 232/23
51/10 54/6 58/12 63/8 72/7 76/3 76/19 79/10 127/4 131/15 132/2 134/15 150/8 157/20 times [22] 11/17 17/7 35/10 35/11 39/4 39/7
79/22 79/23 81/18 81/19 84/13 89/14 89/23 172/18 173/21 177/18 183/1 188/6 195/18 40/9 44/14 46/22 48/11 55/10 55/11 58/17
91/24 100/11 101/19 102/8 104/15 104/18 204/22 204/22 205/15 233/14 59/2 74/19 83/23 84/20 84/21 133/14 183/20
105/21 106/5 107/21 108/22 108/24 110/20 thinking [6] 40/6 158/21 158/23 201/21 195/9 230/5
111/19 111/20 111/25 112/4 114/12 114/21 201/22 205/18 TIMOTHY [1] 1/19
114/22 115/18 119/12 120/8 120/9 120/25 third [8] 18/19 70/18 75/11 77/12 77/12 tired [1] 27/11
121/9 122/22 122/23 122/25 125/17 126/1 83/17 230/9 234/10 tit [2] 127/17 172/11
126/10 126/10 126/11 127/4 127/4 127/7 this [243] to -- I [1] 129/21
127/8 127/10 127/11 127/14 127/15 128/1 those [47] 7/22 9/3 10/7 11/15 13/22 28/11 to want [1] 22/12
128/2 128/4 129/13 129/25 130/5 131/21 28/13 33/14 46/7 46/10 48/3 50/9 54/8 75/6 today [15] 32/25 127/20 138/17 157/9 167/10
132/11 133/11 133/18 133/19 134/23 135/19 89/14 90/18 95/5 98/12 99/10 100/2 105/19 169/19 170/1 170/4 171/2 190/21 191/18
139/19 140/4 140/12 140/12 140/14 140/22 131/15 141/2 141/7 147/13 158/2 160/11 192/17 202/10 205/20 205/22
142/25 144/4 146/17 148/5 148/5 148/18 166/2 179/2 181/20 182/2 182/8 187/3 188/11 together [25] 16/20 22/3 29/15 40/18 40/20
151/24 151/25 152/2 152/10 152/15 152/16 190/9 190/15 203/14 203/16 203/17 204/25 40/21 40/21 40/22 41/6 45/13 52/17 96/13
152/24 153/1 153/3 154/3 160/8 160/19 206/1 207/13 217/11 219/6 220/13 229/17 108/10 117/5 157/2 157/13 157/14 174/23
163/11 163/21 165/6 166/11 169/19 171/2 232/23 203/11 203/15 203/16 203/17 207/7 215/2
173/12 174/18 174/21 174/22 176/20 183/5 though [20] 6/25 25/24 27/14 52/22 54/23 230/21
184/19 185/1 185/12 187/5 187/19 189/15 77/10 79/25 82/16 138/2 145/24 145/25 told [49] 8/18 12/10 26/13 29/13 31/18 44/21
190/7 190/11 193/17 197/3 197/11 198/1 160/18 172/25 173/11 186/5 187/14 196/17 47/17 64/23 70/24 72/14 78/16 79/4 82/15
200/5 204/11 204/12 207/19 207/22 208/19 219/21 226/24 226/24 85/9 85/23 86/4 86/21 87/8 95/21 95/21 99/19
208/20 209/4 210/8 210/10 221/17 221/19 thought [6] 27/3 59/6 151/6 153/23 161/19 103/13 112/7 115/15 142/2 142/2 146/19
222/11 224/4 229/11 230/5 230/5 233/8 209/7 149/21 153/20 153/21 154/12 154/14 161/22
there's [31] 7/12 7/18 7/21 19/1 19/19 30/9 thousand [15] 10/14 27/25 33/7 33/9 58/22 161/23 162/7 162/16 163/20 164/20 164/22
37/16 38/12 40/13 50/23 53/19 58/23 76/4 58/23 58/25 101/18 101/24 114/21 114/23 165/5 178/21 179/17 202/11 203/8 204/20
81/7 81/8 81/8 81/9 92/4 120/18 128/12 140/4 115/1 119/23 120/4 227/5 215/8 217/11 219/23 224/7
140/14 163/19 164/6 165/24 188/3 203/4 threat [2] 158/15 163/4 Toledo [29] 24/19 40/17 40/17 40/25 41/1
210/10 218/1 222/13 229/18 threaten [1] 39/21 41/2 41/3 44/5 53/6 53/7 53/12 54/15 54/21
therefore [8] 72/11 72/18 75/10 87/10 89/8 three [26] 7/13 11/22 15/6 19/7 19/13 46/22 55/20 55/21 59/17 60/9 86/19 86/25 87/9 95/6
91/13 161/14 164/14 52/20 55/6 56/16 82/13 82/16 83/23 84/19 95/9 95/10 95/10 130/18 140/18 156/13 158/6
these [57] 7/5 12/6 12/23 17/3 26/5 28/15 84/21 103/4 105/6 105/19 116/17 117/21 164/24
28/17 28/20 34/22 35/2 39/10 39/16 42/6 157/19 159/1 181/17 203/9 216/24 220/18 tolerate [1] 146/25
53/10 54/21 59/2 66/12 69/4 82/11 90/17 96/6 234/8 tomorrow [3] 116/2 127/21 233/22
103/10 110/1 115/4 117/15 117/16 125/8 three-way [7] 55/6 56/16 105/6 116/17 too [27] 10/22 10/23 11/3 16/21 19/20 22/10
125/10 125/11 134/16 141/8 141/21 147/23 157/19 159/1 220/18 27/11 34/6 43/11 55/11 55/21 56/12 58/16
155/7 155/16 158/3 166/12 173/25 177/4 thrill [1] 137/5 58/17 94/18 111/11 132/16 146/3 147/24
177/9 177/10 182/3 183/16 184/3 184/8 throat [4] 132/21 147/12 147/15 225/25 153/11 159/16 186/2 186/3 190/2 190/3 207/9
187/10 191/15 191/24 192/18 197/20 205/21 through [42] 1/8 4/23 4/24 4/25 16/13 19/1 207/12
212/9 212/10 215/5 220/10 228/24 234/12 21/10 22/17 36/3 44/1 46/12 46/14 58/11 70/6 took [22] 5/12 60/17 62/5 64/6 64/12 78/2
they [273] 70/8 73/24 86/15 107/10 112/22 121/17 83/4 84/11 95/11 96/7 96/12 122/18 122/18
they're [29] 11/22 32/9 32/10 32/12 32/13 123/23 162/13 162/14 162/21 165/4 174/18 122/19 153/13 158/2 158/3 178/18 178/18
32/24 33/1 33/3 37/8 37/9 41/18 41/18 46/1 174/21 179/4 179/5 179/21 187/13 196/7 203/23 203/25 204/2
56/8 88/20 115/23 132/6 132/10 133/16 138/6 196/22 201/10 207/17 207/23 210/18 213/10 tooken [3] 10/7 10/10 96/10
trust [9] 32/4 146/7 149/11 150/1 195/12 underage [2] 106/13 115/13
T 224/19 225/10 226/10 226/24 undercharge [2] 129/19 129/23
tool [1] 22/10 trusted [8] 30/12 30/18 30/19 143/13 143/19 undercut [1] 131/4
top [1] 143/7 145/16 227/2 227/4 undercutting [4] 24/7 39/11 129/23 130/6
totally [2] 20/23 188/7 truth [10] 198/16 199/1 201/2 201/7 201/8 underhanded [2] 146/14 224/24
touch [6] 47/22 53/18 54/25 125/4 219/13 201/9 201/10 201/11 201/18 201/22 underneath [1] 186/5
223/18 truthful [1] 216/16 understand [37] 9/1 13/21 14/20 67/7 74/14
touched [1] 18/25 truthfully [5] 168/7 169/5 200/8 216/13 74/18 79/6 102/17 104/9 104/24 105/2 106/6
touching [1] 37/4 217/12 107/22 108/20 114/5 116/12 116/19 121/18
tougher [1] 45/5 try [59] 14/23 15/3 15/7 21/11 21/11 31/18 121/19 129/6 141/9 147/23 171/1 172/5
toward [1] 6/10 31/19 39/5 39/11 39/13 40/24 58/15 59/8 176/10 183/22 196/6 196/20 196/22 202/14
towards [7] 61/18 61/19 154/16 188/25 224/4 61/15 61/24 64/20 76/25 88/11 88/19 96/2 202/14 204/4 206/7 216/6 231/1 231/11
225/20 225/21 96/16 96/20 96/21 97/14 97/15 117/6 125/14 233/22
town [11] 24/2 24/3 32/10 32/11 36/8 37/2 125/14 125/15 128/24 128/24 130/2 130/3 understanding [41] 42/2 64/20 65/1 86/21
40/9 40/13 45/23 156/4 166/5 136/4 137/17 137/18 139/2 139/5 140/5 140/5 91/6 106/3 108/9 109/19 110/17 117/1 130/2
track [27] 21/2 23/6 23/7 23/7 23/9 23/10 140/6 141/7 147/8 157/3 157/14 158/21 161/5 140/23 141/18 151/14 154/1 158/5 159/18
23/13 24/15 26/7 29/4 31/2 42/4 45/1 79/13 177/10 185/15 188/19 189/4 189/5 189/6 163/19 168/19 168/21 168/24 169/1 169/11
85/3 86/7 86/8 87/21 125/1 125/2 128/8 200/23 205/16 222/1 223/5 225/13 227/5 169/15 176/3 176/18 176/19 176/19 176/20
129/12 138/19 138/21 148/20 148/24 223/19 trying [75] 7/1 11/15 12/20 18/14 20/22 177/17 177/19 192/22 200/1 209/4 209/5
tracks [7] 23/5 44/20 45/6 84/14 84/15 20/23 21/1 26/15 26/22 37/8 37/9 39/20 44/22 209/13 209/14 210/8 210/10 210/14 222/2
126/15 165/23 48/16 49/7 64/4 64/23 71/12 71/21 74/12 understands [1] 26/17
trading [1] 151/7 74/15 85/18 87/22 88/20 94/17 99/3 104/12 understood [8] 75/17 114/7 131/22 141/8
tradition [1] 130/17 110/2 110/11 110/18 111/4 115/5 117/4 173/18 206/2 217/16 218/13
traffic [1] 20/25 133/14 133/16 138/21 145/24 145/25 147/24 underworld [1] 10/2
trafficking [3] 3/20 202/19 203/11 148/3 150/14 152/4 152/25 152/25 153/2 unfair [2] 8/9 8/11
train [4] 179/9 179/11 179/11 179/23 154/9 155/12 156/3 156/21 161/6 162/23 unidentified [3] 88/9 160/10 160/10
trained [12] 4/22 13/23 27/9 27/10 49/21 164/2 164/4 164/4 165/3 176/21 176/21 uniformly [1] 138/7
49/22 52/11 52/12 52/19 52/20 52/21 76/23 185/15 198/20 198/20 198/20 212/8 212/10 unindicted [1] 154/25
trainer [1] 52/15 212/10 212/12 215/5 225/2 225/5 225/15 Union [14] 32/7 32/21 50/15 50/16 51/4 51/5
training [5] 13/18 25/12 54/11 178/9 179/3 225/16 225/21 225/22 227/3 230/23 230/24 56/22 57/23 58/12 58/14 58/17 58/24 59/20
transaction [1] 59/21 turn [4] 173/13 181/11 204/24 212/13 146/11
transcript [9] 1/7 92/1 100/23 101/8 117/15 turned [11] 4/24 5/4 13/13 76/24 124/12 unit [1] 6/7
160/10 193/15 214/2 235/6 137/22 137/23 137/24 138/1 138/4 207/12 UNITED [9] 1/1 1/2 1/15 3/5 3/16 216/4
transcripts [1] 197/11 TURNER [1] 1/18 216/13 216/15 235/12
transfer [4] 56/23 56/23 57/23 59/20 turns [1] 113/8 unless [3] 11/15 56/7 56/8
transfers [1] 58/11 TV [1] 5/21 unpimpish [1] 14/13
transport [2] 175/23 209/19 TW [3] 93/25 101/4 117/18 unprofessional [1] 56/4
transportation [5] 3/20 3/21 202/16 202/17 TW1 [1] 167/21 unprofessionally [1] 37/4
203/10 Twenty [1] 190/9 unspoken [1] 222/1
transported [1] 203/14 twice [4] 46/21 51/23 84/21 85/4 unstable [2] 11/5 11/6
transporting [1] 203/10 two [40] 7/13 11/22 15/6 18/9 18/10 19/7 until [14] 13/15 32/21 33/4 44/14 72/3 90/8
trap [1] 18/7 19/13 46/20 52/20 56/19 58/10 58/15 59/2 100/14 147/16 147/16 157/6 173/10 203/25
travel [10] 40/20 40/21 41/6 87/25 127/1 70/15 72/10 76/12 86/23 89/23 92/15 98/10 213/20 233/6
133/13 182/24 190/14 215/2 229/6 100/20 101/12 117/21 117/21 135/19 153/3 untruthful [1] 216/25
traveled [2] 36/25 40/22 156/10 158/3 181/17 190/11 200/3 203/9 unusual [2] 136/12 142/4
traveling [5] 4/25 36/22 52/17 126/22 133/8 203/10 204/12 210/5 216/24 229/10 229/17 unwritten [5] 140/7 140/9 140/9 140/12
TRB [2] 92/1 92/1 229/19 234/9 140/14
treat [2] 5/17 228/12 two-week [1] 101/12 up [137] 4/23 4/24 5/1 11/16 13/6 16/9 17/8
treatment [1] 74/9 Tyciala [2] 34/8 34/10 18/18 20/13 24/4 25/2 26/20 26/23 26/24 27/1
treats [1] 187/20 type [34] 9/23 10/19 10/20 15/18 17/3 21/22 28/14 29/9 29/19 31/5 32/21 32/22 32/23
trial [5] 1/7 192/1 202/10 203/15 216/17 27/4 34/3 38/14 43/5 45/23 46/4 58/24 61/20 32/25 33/4 37/9 37/20 38/11 39/15 41/7 43/9
trials [1] 182/6 87/18 107/9 113/9 146/13 155/16 159/18 43/13 44/25 47/1 50/9 51/22 55/14 58/16 61/1
tribulations [1] 182/7 166/15 172/6 174/22 177/4 177/9 179/2 182/2 64/5 64/9 68/22 73/6 75/25 76/1 76/17 76/22
trick [5] 79/24 79/25 79/25 80/4 80/8 198/23 198/23 207/19 207/22 219/19 219/20 76/24 84/9 85/24 86/16 86/23 89/15 90/1 90/4
tricks [2] 80/2 80/3 222/5 91/25 93/24 94/20 95/25 96/4 96/16 98/2
tried [12] 5/3 48/25 49/2 63/8 87/16 144/10 types [3] 22/21 46/3 126/14 100/9 101/25 109/11 112/8 114/9 114/11
145/3 146/2 148/18 153/18 153/24 225/14 115/24 116/6 119/5 121/10 122/12 122/22
Trooper [3] 151/3 151/7 152/15 U 125/5 127/20 127/21 130/17 130/17 134/25
troopers [1] 151/23 U.S [4] 1/16 1/16 1/25 235/11 135/2 138/13 138/21 138/21 144/4 145/5
trouble [9] 35/11 37/3 51/21 51/21 84/9 ultimate [1] 186/18 146/16 146/21 147/16 147/16 148/19 151/12
154/1 198/8 198/10 201/6 ultimately [6] 86/16 140/23 200/4 200/18 154/23 156/14 158/6 160/5 160/22 160/24
truck [40] 21/1 22/22 22/23 23/1 23/13 26/7 202/9 203/18 166/20 166/22 169/18 173/10 174/5 174/22
39/19 44/19 70/23 70/24 76/2 80/18 80/20 Um [1] 193/19 175/1 178/24 183/6 185/7 185/21 186/10
80/21 80/22 81/4 81/5 81/6 81/11 81/14 81/16 Um-hum [1] 193/19 187/21 189/8 190/7 192/7 194/2 198/15
81/22 81/23 84/13 87/22 122/13 122/15 umbrella [1] 8/1 200/18 201/5 202/8 203/8 203/18 209/18
126/19 148/22 149/2 150/22 151/12 151/17 un [1] 141/4 213/12 213/14 213/21 214/6 215/5 216/1
151/22 153/10 153/19 165/23 166/8 174/10 un-gentlemanly [1] 141/4 219/9 219/12 222/25 223/4 223/14 223/18
174/25 uncomfortable [1] 11/4 224/23 227/25 232/19 234/5
trucks [1] 81/19 unconditional [1] 186/19 upon [14] 8/17 22/8 22/9 27/23 28/15 70/17
true [13] 7/18 10/12 10/18 128/18 130/11 under [23] 7/25 8/4 8/8 8/9 12/5 23/18 28/22 70/18 72/13 78/9 95/5 95/12 169/13 212/2
130/12 140/21 142/19 143/23 145/3 155/11 61/11 67/23 67/24 68/23 76/17 103/6 105/11 215/12
195/11 224/3 111/12 144/3 158/18 185/2 202/13 216/18 upper [1] 81/13
truly [2] 148/1 148/1 216/19 216/22 223/17 upset [2] 64/10 86/6
94/2 96/19 96/20 99/10 102/14 102/15 102/16 61/3 62/10 63/2 65/9 66/23 66/23 67/21 69/15
U 104/18 108/19 108/21 108/22 111/2 111/9 76/9 77/3 77/13 82/12 83/9 83/15 87/16 89/24
upstairs [1] 34/6 111/19 111/22 113/23 115/14 116/15 116/20 96/19 101/23 102/25 118/11 122/15 128/1
urgency [1] 196/23 117/6 117/10 117/11 117/13 118/13 120/1 130/12 134/6 135/16 135/18 136/21 141/17
us [32] 5/19 22/13 29/2 33/24 44/16 47/11 120/2 121/21 121/22 122/1 122/16 129/18 141/25 144/12 146/10 147/16 148/2 148/22
54/20 55/12 61/1 62/1 62/6 70/21 85/1 89/6 129/19 129/21 129/21 129/23 132/16 134/20 152/2 153/20 153/24 154/19 154/22 157/14
89/7 103/13 103/15 109/7 109/22 122/20 135/5 137/10 138/18 139/8 147/6 148/2 148/2 158/18 159/16 159/25 161/21 162/12 163/24
125/16 134/20 152/19 152/23 153/12 161/14 166/5 166/7 166/9 174/17 178/24 181/19 164/17 166/7 169/21 171/12 173/14 176/3
178/15 202/9 211/11 215/14 231/3 231/5 181/20 182/12 185/23 186/2 186/4 186/9 178/10 178/17 181/13 187/7 187/7 187/11
use [15] 27/18 58/15 79/16 85/15 94/5 123/2 186/22 186/23 188/20 188/21 189/1 189/9 194/21 195/15 196/16 202/16 202/24 203/9
134/18 146/8 146/10 146/15 146/25 165/25 189/12 189/14 190/4 194/16 195/20 198/13 203/10 211/2 214/15 217/25 218/7 218/9
172/11 185/4 226/12 199/14 200/15 206/20 207/13 210/4 214/3 221/2 222/24 223/16 223/17 227/2 230/10
used [17] 6/12 21/19 21/21 26/19 41/8 50/23 214/7 215/17 215/20 216/22 218/8 218/19 231/15
50/24 79/22 115/12 122/11 122/11 160/2 226/1 226/2 228/19 230/2 230/2 232/22 went [39] 10/19 44/16 46/12 62/24 63/4
180/2 183/2 189/20 218/6 218/16 wanted [34] 19/16 19/17 27/13 52/24 56/13 63/15 76/13 78/19 78/21 83/19 83/21 84/2
using [4] 58/13 116/22 197/3 229/3 65/3 72/15 73/2 74/10 74/21 77/24 78/3 78/5 84/8 84/11 84/12 84/13 84/15 84/17 85/8
usually [3] 32/15 90/7 173/6 85/11 85/12 85/19 86/17 102/19 103/23 86/22 92/16 95/8 148/23 152/24 156/5 161/4
111/10 111/13 116/23 117/7 117/8 154/17 161/23 178/21 180/12 180/14 180/15 180/15
V 156/2 174/15 181/17 183/21 189/1 189/14 180/16 180/16 180/18 180/21 203/15 217/9
valuable [3] 146/8 153/14 226/13 207/5 207/6 224/22 219/9
value [6] 8/10 9/23 42/21 42/23 113/18 wanting [5] 8/21 18/22 18/23 135/10 146/1 were [168] 3/19 4/8 5/9 5/12 6/9 7/18 11/5
148/12 wants [12] 19/9 19/17 19/19 31/22 61/4 112/2 11/8 12/10 23/21 24/10 24/20 25/2 27/9 27/23
Vanilla [2] 34/13 34/14 112/4 136/24 189/4 199/23 215/7 233/3 29/2 29/4 29/5 32/7 33/14 40/16 45/25 46/10
variables [1] 21/16 warm [1] 40/25 48/9 49/12 51/1 52/17 53/10 54/6 56/2 78/17
variety [3] 126/6 138/10 210/13 warn [1] 124/25 79/10 80/18 82/1 82/7 82/10 82/22 84/23
various [4] 129/3 133/7 186/14 207/17 warned [1] 122/20 86/11 86/20 87/13 87/25 91/4 94/5 96/5 97/13
vary [2] 24/9 41/16 warrant [1] 96/11 98/3 99/3 105/4 105/19 105/20 109/21 110/1
Vegas [1] 40/12 warrants [2] 115/13 131/16 111/4 123/11 123/18 126/4 126/10 130/19
vehicle [3] 5/11 5/11 48/1 was [758] 134/9 142/2 142/3 142/15 143/24 143/24
verb [1] 80/10 was not [1] 95/14 144/1 144/4 144/12 145/4 148/20 150/8
verbal [1] 20/5 wasn't [41] 10/23 31/12 34/1 34/1 34/6 46/9 150/16 151/11 151/11 153/9 154/5 154/25
verbally [1] 13/3 46/18 51/22 62/11 64/23 68/11 79/1 86/2 86/4 155/17 156/15 156/21 157/23 160/8 160/8
verbatim [1] 62/25 94/17 97/19 118/5 123/24 134/1 134/9 148/10 164/2 165/12 167/1 167/3 167/4 169/6 173/15
verge [1] 176/11 150/15 151/8 151/14 152/1 152/11 152/15 177/2 178/15 179/8 179/23 181/2 181/8
verify [1] 116/24 163/12 163/17 171/17 174/14 178/23 186/15 182/22 183/15 184/3 184/9 184/12 184/16
very [19] 26/5 80/2 81/18 89/4 93/19 99/25 205/18 211/9 219/24 223/20 227/4 231/22 184/17 187/5 188/16 190/9 190/19 190/25
100/3 100/10 128/20 128/21 132/19 158/18 232/3 232/6 192/10 192/18 192/21 193/3 193/7 193/8
189/23 201/2 226/7 232/24 233/2 233/9 234/9 waste [1] 127/14 193/8 194/3 194/19 195/6 196/1 196/16
vibe [2] 15/4 173/7 wasted [1] 205/15 197/11 197/11 197/16 197/20 198/1 202/7
vibes [7] 143/15 143/20 224/18 224/18 225/9 watching [1] 233/10 202/22 204/10 204/11 204/12 205/2 205/19
226/1 226/24 way [63] 11/1 11/2 13/15 17/23 37/19 41/22 205/22 206/2 208/5 208/19 208/22 210/22
vicinity [1] 39/6 41/25 42/9 46/1 46/14 46/24 55/6 56/10 56/16 210/24 212/1 212/9 212/10 212/15 213/16
view [5] 5/17 201/11 201/12 201/13 201/13 64/2 64/12 65/24 66/20 70/23 73/21 74/25 213/16 214/2 214/12 215/8 215/8 215/14
views [1] 210/6 75/17 77/16 79/2 79/3 82/16 97/1 105/6 217/6 217/11 220/25 221/1 221/17 221/20
VIN [2] 5/10 5/11 110/12 111/13 112/19 116/17 121/22 125/16 221/21 224/9 224/16 225/16 225/24 226/15
violate [1] 135/1 128/19 130/3 130/4 133/15 136/3 136/25 228/18 230/5 231/1 231/8 232/12 234/16
violates [2] 26/24 26/25 138/25 156/20 157/19 159/1 173/10 176/2 weren't [6] 150/17 153/17 171/18 171/22
violation [1] 144/20 176/21 176/22 179/16 182/9 182/11 182/12 207/11 212/8
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