Lead detective in Anand Jon case ordered by judge to take standAugust 18th, 2008 - 7:44 pm ICT by ANI
Los Angeles, Aug 18 (ANI): The lead detective in the Anand Jon case criminal case has been ordered to take the stand on August 18, 2008 and will be questioned on withholding evidence for 11 months.
Detective Elwell had been in possession of illegally retrieved attorney-client privileged information.
As per court documents, the evidence was obtained by hacking into the defences computers thus compromising defence strategy.
More information will be revealed as Det. Elwell has been ordered to take the stand.
SupportAnandJon.org states: “There is much interest in this as the public, officials and the media will attend and cover this major breakthrough for the defense.”
According to court documents, Detective Elwell also knows about the fact that several of the complaining witnesses have criminal records including drug use, probation, restraining orders and have even made false allegation of alleged assaults in the past.
This information was not related during grand jury proceedings. (ANI)