LTC I mentioned it may have been an in-house job to Imho, but if the questions were okay, the poll should be. Might have to factor in where they got the phone numbers to call, but as close as it was, it didn't look like just friends! The margin for error would rise with fewer calls.
[/quote] Yes, in fact he knows more about this case than the Accuser does, obviously since he had no trouble revising her timeline and making it a 5 to 10 minute attack instead of the 30 that SHE claimed, without ever even talking to her about the case. HE knew there were condoms, even though she claimed no condoms and an ejaculation in her mouth, and HE knew that she had been given a date rape drug, as well as precisely what position she was in and how they held her in a choke hold, even though she did not describe any of these things to the Sane Nurse the night of her examination....so obviously he knows more about this case than anyone else up to and including the Accuser.
Unfortunately, she is the one who is going to have to testify....the question is will she testify to HER story or HIS [/quote]\
The way things are going, Nifong may have to testify too!
DURHAM -- Regulators from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service have filed an $809,110 tax lien against the property of a Durham lawyer who's been active on the local political scene.
The Oct. 25 filing targeted Jerry Clayton, lead partner of Clayton, Myrick, McClanahan & Coulter, a Parrish Street law firm. It sought payment on the unpaid balance of personal income taxes assessed in 2002, 2003 and 2004.
Clayton is a player in the politics of the local bar, mostly as an opponent of Durham's incumbent district attorneys. He and his law partners helped bankroll challenges to former DA Jim Hardin in 1994 and incumbent Mike Nifong this year.
Clayton attended a mid-September political dinner in Raleigh orchestrated by former state attorney general and secretary of state Rufus Edmisten, with several other Nifong opponents who wanted to persuade write-in candidate Steve Monks to drop out of the DA's race so another challenger would have a better chance to win.