DENISE SCOTT BROWN – MAS CONTEXT
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I remember when I took the pictures of Nicole, I was upstairs in the Rockingham bathroom. You took pictures of Nicole to demonstrate the bruises she received after the '89 incident?
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How many pictures did you take? You were standing in -- You took these pictures in which bathroom in the Rockingham estate? Is that in one of the upstairs bedrooms?
In that master suite. Why did you take these pictures? She asked me to. Whose Polaroid did you use? She handed you the Polaroid? She handed me the camera and said, "Will you take these pictures for me. Did she tell you why she wanted these pictures taken? She wanted to have a record. She told you she wanted to have a record of the physical violence that O. Not in so many words.
Well, why don't you finish your question first, Mr. What did she tell you exactly? Why did she want to keep a record? She didn't give me a why. She just told me she wanted to have the pictures. And did you ask her why? She just wanted to have them. At that point did you believe that the reason she wanted the pictures was because she wanted to document O.
I don't know what her reason behind it was.
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Did you ever think about it? Well, I'm sure that's what it was. And you knew that in when you took those pictures of her in the Rockingham bathroom, did you not? I didn't know that, no, because she didn't tell me that. She just wanted to keep a record.
That is all she said. Phil, let her finish. Well, did you ask her when she gave you this camera to take the pictures of her how she received the bruises? She told me how she received the bruises, yes.
What did she tell you? She told me O. That she tried to get away. That she called And she wanted these pictures for a record. Did she tell you anything else about the night of New Year's Eve ?
She told me the reason, why they got into the fight. What did she tell you was the reason they got into a fight on New Year's Eve ? Because she had found out that O. Who was this other girl? Did you ever ask Nicole when you were in the Rockingham estate taking these pictures who the other girl was that O. So she told you when you were taking these pictures at Rockingham that the incident was caused because O.
Did she tell you that she incited the argument, that she caused it by confronting O. I don't think that confronting somebody about earrings deserves a beating. Well, just answer the question. That's not my question. Did she tell you that, ma'am? What else did she tell you about what was the incident? She didn't tell me anything.
Well, did you ask her what started this incident? I just told you, the earrings. And is that all she said about what caused the incident? Did she say O. She didn't say anything. Did she tell you she had been drinking -- A.
She didn't say -- Q. Just say "New Year's Eve. So she told you a couple days after this incident, the incident, that O. And that she had tried to leave and tried to call ; correct? And so you knew that O. And this was -- Had assaulted her on New Year's Day? You had been informed by Nicole as early as that O. That '89 incident, true. When you granted an interview with the New York Times in the summer ofyou told the New York Times Nicole was not a battered woman; true?
Did Nicole tell you she was falling-down drunk on New Year's Eve ? Did she tell you anything about the New Year's Eve incident when you took those pictures? Did you ever ask her -- Did you ask Nicole when you took these Polaroid photos a couple days after the '88 incident whether she was drunk that night?
Referring to this as the '89 incident? I thought it was the New Year's Eve incident. All of the above. Did you ask her, just to make the record clear, when you were in Rockingham in whether she was drunk on the New Year's Eve incident? Did she tell you of any other incidents of physical violence at the hands of O. Not that I recall, no. Did you ever see Nicole drunk prior to her death in ? In her whole lifetime?
In the last 5 years of her life, last 6 years of her life. When you say "really drunk," what do you mean? Is really drunk to you falling-down drunk? Is that what you meant? I've got to figure out what you mean. I am trying to figure out what you meant with the question first, and then we will try to figure out what she meant with the answer. I don't think she ever took her sister's blood level, Bob, quite frankly.
What did you mean by the term "really drunk"? What do you mean by the term "really drunk"? Being really drunk means like being sloppily drunk, slurring words, like that, to me.
I have not seen Nicole like that. In the last 6 years of her life, you never saw her sloppily drunk? Did you ever go out with Nicole socially in ? I'm sure we did, but I don't recall. Did you ever go out with Nicole and Faye Resnick in ? Have you ever seen Nicole use any drugs whatsoever? Because your client didn't answer it deposition so we are not going to have my client answer it either. Totally different standard to that. And he actually did answer over his lawyers' objections.
No relevance to that? What law school did you go to, Mr. Bob, we don't need your caustic comments, please. I don't care what you need. Just trying to get a foundation for my motion. Go down to court and get your motion going on your perfect record down there.
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Actually Phil's perfect record. I take credit for batting below the Mendoza line. Did you ever see Nicole take any drugs in ? Did you ever see Faye Resnick take any drugs? Witness and counsel confer off the record. Ask the question again. Let the record reflect that John has privately talked to Denise and received the answer he wanted. So now he'll let me -- MR. Would you like me to speak to you privately, Phil? I would rather you didn't. I have no intention to.
Did you ever see Nicole use drugs in ? Did you ever see her use drugs in ? Did you ever see her, Nicole, use drugs in the last 6 years of her life? Did you ever see Faye Resnick use drugs?
Have you ever used drugs in the last 6 years of your life? Have you ever used drugs -- ever use any drugs in ? Did you ever use drugs in ? Patterson and former prime minister, serving at the time as opposition leader, Edward Seaga of the Jamaica Labour Party both spoke at Brown's funeral, which was held on 17 July in Kingston.
The service, which lasted for three hours, also featured live performances by Maxi PriestShaggyand three of Brown's sons.Dennis Brown - Here I Come [Best Quality]
Brown was then buried at Kingston's National Heroes Park. The Crown Prince of Reggae as he was commonly called. He has left us with a vast repertoire of songs which will continue to satisfy the hearts and minds of us all for generations to come. He was honoured on the first anniversary of his death by a memorial concert in Brooklynwhich featured performances from Johnny OsbourneMicky Jarrett, Delano Tucker, and Half Pint.
The Dennis Emanuel Brown Trust works to educate youngsters, maintain and advance the memory of Dennis Brown, and help to provide youngsters with musical instruments. The trust awards the Dennis Emanuel Brown DEB bursary for educational achievement each year to students between the ages of 10 and 12 years.
The Voice Lives On, with Nooks stating: Dennis had a large influence on me.
To me he was the greatest. He was my number one singer.