Emails from the attorney saying the prosecutor wanted to talk with me…..my proof

Here are the emails. I am still xxxing out names but not for much longer. No one believed me that I talked directly with the prosecutor

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URGENT —                                                                                                                        Thu, Apr 26, 2012 8:41 am

Edit Draft Millicent Daniels to you + 1 moreshow details

From Millicent xxxxx     MxxxxxxsEsq@aol.com          To ‘Pam Axxxxx’ pamelok@aol.com ‘Charles Axxxxxo’ caxxoloko@gmail.com
To ‘Pam Axxxxx’ pamelok@aol.com ‘Charles Axxxxxo’ caxxxoloko@gmail.com

I just talked to the prosecutor on Charles case.  Ms. Axxxxo, are you available to do a brief conference call with her within the next hour?  I will be on the call also.  Please let me know

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RE: URGENT                                                                                                                       Thu, Apr 26, 2012 9:43 am

From Millicent xxxxxx MExxxxxelsEsq@aol.coms
To ‘Pam Ajxxxx’ pamelok@aol.com

CALL YOU BACK NOW

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RE: URGENT —                                                                                                                                 Thu, Apr 26, 2012 9:45 am

Millicent Daniels to you

From Millicent Dxxxiels MEDxxxxelsEsq@aol.
To ‘Pam Axxxxko’ pamelok@aol.com

CALL THIS NUMBER — The call in number is — 559 xxxxx … Access code 48xxx03.

WE’LL DO THE CONFERENCE CALL THIS WAY.  USE THE ABOVE NUMBER.

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From Millicent Daxxels MExxxxlsEsq@aol.com                                                      Fri, Apr 27, 2012 5:28 am
To ‘Pam Ajxxxo’ pamelok@aol.com, ‘Charles Axxko’ cajxxxko@gmail.com

RE: will call you this evening…headed to court

It was nice of her to agree to the call.

These emails say it all.

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It should be noted that Millicent was having difficulty with her phones and I do not even know if she was still on the phone with us. It is a good thing that phone records are available. She should have never allowed the prosecutor to speak with me. That is what lawyers are for. I didn’t know too much back then. It was in the early stages. What I do know is later on(after I kept complaining to our last attorney about talking with the prosecutor), she removed herself from the case. Coincidence. I think not. The attorney told her what I was saying.


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