Prosecutorial Disclosures are discussed in Chapters 38-40. At the same time Prosecutor Jessica Cooper told the Oakland County Circuit Court, the Michigan Court of Appeals and your author that she did not have to disclose anything regarding the Christopher Busch investigation she provided The Detroit Free Press, Channel 4 in Detroit, Marney Keenan of the Detroit news and perhaps others with this information in 2012, the year she ran for reelection. Among my questions on this subject are the following:
7. Why was Kevin Dietz in your office on June 18, 2012?
8. Why did you present your information on Busch to Kevin Dietz of Channel 4 before he filed his FOIA request?
9. Why were the documents you delivered to Dietz not available to me?
10. Why were the documents you delivered to The Detroit Free Press not available to me?
11. Did you discuss the OCCK case with Marney Keenan in August 2012? Did these discussions include the involvement of Busch?
12. Why did you meet with Keenan and not agree to my several requests for a meeting?
13. Did the fact that you were running for reelection in 2012 affect your judgment on the disclosure of the above OCCK and Busch matters to the media?
Sometime before the election this year I assume Cooper will take similar action to contradict my analysis and criticism. The local TV stations and newspapers should ask her to answer the questions in my conclusion Chapters in addition to publishing only her side of this investigation.
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