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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Confrontation Clause Lives: Gotti Vindicated by Federal Judge...

...on accusations of witness intimidation stemming from uncorroborated claims by a government witness against Gotti.   The federal judge (Kevin Castel, in Manhattan federal court) found that no United States Marshals saw anything of the sort which the prime government witness alleged to have occurred.

See a current Daily News report here.

Eric Dixon was the first to question the witness' allegations, as well as question the wisdom of a possible additional prosecution for witness intimidation or obstruction of justice, which was speculated about in a New York Post article Saturday, October 10th.

Nice to see the Sixth Amendment lives. 

Not so nice to see that the major government witness in this case -- whose testimony arguably is the basis for this criminal prosecution -- has been shown to have lied, inside the courtroom (but not in sworn testimony) of all places.   Has the Justice Department based its entire prosecution on this man (John Alite)?   Not one of Justice's finer hours.

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