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Transcript of Mike Brown testimony in Rankin County prosecution
Transcript of Mike Brown testimony in Rankin County prosecution

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MR. BROWN:
He's
trying
okay.
You're
2
going
to
I
want
to say
I
loaned
you
all
3
that
money.
4
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Say
that
again.
5
MR. BROWN:
Instead
of
me
giving
the
6
money
to
Thomas,
I'm
going
to say
I
gave
the
7
money
to
you,
you
got
a
promissory note.
8
They're
not
planning
on
you
coming
in
with
a
9
promissory note saying
you
got the money,
10
okay.
What
that
does
is
in
your defense
11
is,
"Yeah,
I
borrowed
the money.
I
tried
to
12
contact
Thomas
several
times
to see
if
we
13
could
work
out some
kind
of a
payment
thing
14
and he"
"the
last
conversation
he
had
with
15
me he
said
he'd
get
back
with
me,
and
that's
16
been
six years
ago"
or
whatever it is.
The
17
statute
of
limitations
has
run
on
it,
okay.
18
It's
not
your
responsibility
to pay
somebody
19
back.
You
understand
what
I'm
saying?
Okay.
20
It's
not
you
know,
in
fact,
at
the
time
you
21
contacted
him,
you
might
have
sold
the
22
business
and
got out
of
the
business if it
had
23
not
worked
out
with
him
on
that
aspect
of
it.
2
4
Do
you see
what
I'm
trying
to
get
you
to
25
understand?
 
2
1
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Yeah.
I
hear what
you
2
said,
Mike.
I
just
keep
thinking
about
me.
3
I'm
not
telling
the
truth
if
I
say
that,
and
4
that's
the
only thing that's
really
got
me.
5
And why why do
you
want
me
to
sign
a
deed
6
of
trust
now.
7
MR. BROWN:
It's
not
a
deed
of
trust.
8
It's
a
promissory
note.
The
same
thing
you
9
already
did.
10
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Well,
why do
you
want
11
me
to
sign
them
now?
12
MR. BROWN:
Because I've
got
to
have them
13
to
show
you
the money.
14
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Well,
what
about
the
15
ones
I
already
signed?
16
MR. BROWN:
Those
are
well.
Those
will
n
still
be
applicable.
You're
not
signing
them
18
as
of
this
date.
You're
signing
them back
as
19
of
2000—
20
MR.
SHACKELFORD: But
I
already
signed
21
them.
22
MR. BROWN:
Not
the
big
one.
23
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Oh,
you
want
me
to
sign
24
one
for
the
whole
thing?
2 5
MR. BROWN: No. No. No. No.
They're
 
3
1.
gonna
be
you'll
get
one --
one
will
be
2
spaced back
and
then
one
will
be
after,
3
something
like that.
But
it's
gonna
be
4
it's
not going
to
it's
already
gonna
be
5
expired.
6
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
All
right,
Mike.
Let
7
me
ask you
this
and
another
thing that
I
8
just
can't get off
my
mind.
Do
you
want
me to
9
say
this
to
a
judge?
10
MR. BROWN:
Right.
11
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
And
if
I
if
1
would
12
do
something
like
that
--
and
I
asked
you
this
13
before
and
then the
truth
comes
out
~
14
MR. BROWN: How
is the
truth
gonna
come
15
out?
You're
gonna
sign the promissory note.
16
All they're
gonna
see
--
17
MR.
SHACKELFORD:
Well,
I
didn't
get
the
18
money,
though.
And, you
know,
I
don't
know
19
what
they
asked
for
about
accounting.
I
still
20
don't understand
exactly
what
they're
21
referring
to
when
they
say
they
want
to see
22
accounting.
So
if accounting
refers
to
my
23
books
and
they
go
back
and
check
this,
they're
24
gonna
see
where
I
never
got
that
money.
25
MR. BROWM:
That's
not
true.
That's
not

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