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Bourke Appeal

Bourke Appeal

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IN THE
United States Court of Appeals
FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
U
NITED
S
TATES OF
A
MERICA
,
 Appellee,
L
ANDLOCKED
S
HIPPING
C
OMPANY
, J
ITKA
C
HVATIK
, Doctor,
Petitioner,v.
F
REDERIC
B
OURKE
, J
R
.,
 Defendant-Appellant,
V
IKTOR
K
OZENY
, D
AVID
P
INKERTON
,
 Defendants.
      
 
INITIAL BRIEFAND SPECIALAPPENDIXFOR DEFENDANT-APPELLANT
Harold A. HaddonSaskia A. JordanH
ADDON
, M
ORGAN
& F
OREMAN
, P.C.150 East 10th AvenueDenver, Colorado 80203303-831-7364Michael E. TigarJane Blanksteen TigarL
AW
O
FFICE OF
M
ICHAEL
E. T
IGAR
P.O.Box 528Oriental, North Carolina 28571202-549-4229
On Appeal from the United States District Court  for the Southern District of New York (New York City)
11
-
5390
-
CR
07-3107-
CR
, 09-4704-
CR
, 09-5149-
CR
John D.ClineL
AW
O
FFICE OF
J
OHN
D. C
LINE
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 1070San Francisco, California 94104415-322-8319
 Attorneys for Defendant-Appellant 
Case: 11-5390 Document: 25 Page: 1 04/10/2012 576064 86
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
STATEMENT OF SUBJECT MATTER AND APPELLATEJURISDICTION ............................................................................................. 1STATEMENT OF THE ISSUES.............................................................................. 1STATEMENT OF THE CASE ................................................................................. 2I. INTRODUCTION. ............................................................................... 2II. THE PROCEEDINGS TO DATE. ...................................................... 5III. STATEMENT OF FACTS. .................................................................. 7A. Kozeny's Scheme. ...................................................................... 7B. Bodmer's False Story at Trial. .................................................... 8C. The Government's Position on Appeal. ................................... 16D. The Government's Response to the Motion for NewTrial. ......................................................................................... 19SUMMARY OF THE ARGUMENT ..................................................................... 22ARGUMENT .......................................................................................................... 25I. PROSECUTORS ARE FORBIDDEN FROM PRESENTINGMATERIALLY FALSE TESTIMONY. ........................................... 25II. THE DISTRICT COURT SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE HELDAN EVIDENTIARY HEARING. ...................................................... 32A. The Record Raises Significant Questions About theProsecutors' Knowledge of Bodmer's False Walk Talk Story. ........................................................................................ 33B. An Evidentiary Hearing Is Necessary. ..................................... 37III. THE PROSECUTORS' PRESENTATION OF BODMER'SFALSE WALK TALK TESTIMONY REQUIRESREVERSAL. ...................................................................................... 42IV. BOURKE PRESENTED NEWLY DISCOVEREDEVIDENCE. ....................................................................................... 43CONCLUSION ....................................................................................................... 47
Case: 11-5390 Document: 25 Page: 2 04/10/2012 576064 86

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