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Larry Seabrook Trial Brief

Larry Seabrook Trial Brief

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ----------------------------------------------------------XUNITED STATES OF AMERICA:-v.-:S1 10 Cr. 87 (DAB)LARRY SEABROOK,:Defendant.:---------------------------------------------------------X
TRIAL BRIEF
PREET BHARARAUnited States Attorney for theSouthern District of New York One St. Andrew’s Plaza New York, New York 10007Karl Metzner Steve C. LeeRandall W. JacksonAssistant United States Attorneys-Of Counsel-
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ----------------------------------------------------------XUNITED STATES OF AMERICA:-v.-:S1 10 Cr. 87 (DAB)LARRY SEABROOK,:Defendant.:---------------------------------------------------------X
TRIAL BRIEF
The Government respectfully submits this Trial Brief to detail the evidencesupporting the conclusion that defendant Larry Seabrook received a $4,000 kickback from a vendor that had been paid from the discretionary funds contracts that are at issuein Counts Four, Five, and Six of the Superseding Indictment. The documents supportingthe Government’s argument are attached hereto as an exhibit.I.The EvidenceEvidence admitted at trial has established the following:
The African American Unity Day Parade is an entity associated with CouncilmanSeabrook that, during the time period charged in the indictment, advanced funds to pay expenses of nonprofit entities including the African American Legal and CivicHall of Fame, Inc. (
See, e.g.
, Tr. 475-76 (testimony of Philesha Jude)).
On July 12, 2005, African American Unity Day Parade issued a check to Black &- 1 -
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Gold Productions in the amount of $3,500. (GX 941).
On August 12, 2005, African American Unity Day Parade issued another check toBlack & Gold Productions, this time in the amount of $4,200. (GX 941).
On September 27, 2005, Black & Gold Productions issued a check to LarrySeabrook in the amount of $3,000, which Councilman Seabrook deposited into his personal account. (GX 947).
On November 11, 2005, Black & Gold Productions issued a check to LarrySeabrook in the amount of $1,000, which Councilman Seabrook deposited into his personal account. (GX 947).
On June 15, 2006, African American Legal & Civic Hall of Fame submitted arequest under DYCD Contract 18540D for reimbursement for two Black & GoldProductions expenses, $3,500 on July 5, 2005, and $4,200 on August 3, 2005.(GX 268).
On October 4, 2006, African American Legal & Civic Hall of Fame issued a check to African American Bronx Parade & Festival, Inc. in the amount of $33,044.55.(GX 945). A memorandum from the Unity Day Parade identified the two payments to Black & Gold Productions in July and August of 2005 as bridge loansmade to and to be repaid by the Hall of Fame.
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The Unity Day Parade memorandum has not yet been offered as an exhibit attrial, but the Government expects that it could be authenticated and offered throughupcoming Government witness William Low.- 2 -
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