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Atlanta Eagle Raid: Greenberg Traurig Investigation

Atlanta Eagle Raid: Greenberg Traurig Investigation

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Investigator Dabney conducted undercover work at the Eagle on May 21, 2009 and was

not present during the Eagle Raid.776

Investigator Dabney testified that he had two phones: a

personal phone (iPhone) and a city-issued phone (Motorola V860 Barrage PTT). During

undercover work at the Eagle on May 21, Investigator Dabney testified he used his phone to send

text messages.777

Investigator Dabney testified he did not text anything about what he was

seeing that night and he did not take any photographs or video recordings.778

Investigator

Dabney also testified that he did not send any instant messages or emails that evening.779

Investigator Dabney testified that he did not make any postings about the Atlanta Eagle on

Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, MySpace or any other social media site.780

Investigator Dabney testified that he never received the litigation hold notice and that no

one had ever instructed him to preserve documents.781

Investigator Dabney further testified that

no one had ever advised him of his obligation not to destroy any documents, recordings or cell

phone data that may have related to the Eagle.782

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According to cell phone records produced by the City of Atlanta, Investigator Dabney

received two (2) calls from Lieutenant Brock on his city-issued Motorola phone on September

10, 2009. The first call came in at 1:27 p.m. and the second at 1:56 p.m.783

The times of these

calls do not correspond with activity associated with the Eagle Raid. No other calls are

identified on either September 10 or September 11.

The Homeland Security Unit extracted data from Investigator Dabney’s iPhone on

September 24, 2010. The cell phone was searched for contacts, text messages, call logs, images,

ringtones, audio data and video data. No data relevant to the Eagle Raid was identified.

Incoming, outgoing and missed call logs reflect cell-phone activity only for September 24, 2010.

No pictures were identified in the iPhone memory. Six (6) text messages all dated September 24,

2010 were identified. The lack of call logs and text messages prior to September 24, 2010

suggests that Investigator Dabney may have deleted information from his phone on or about

September 24, 2010.

The Homeland Security Unit also extracted data from Investigator Dabney’s Motorola

CDMA Motorola V860 Barrage PTT phone. The Homeland Security Unit attempted to extract

all contacts, SMS text messages, call logs, images, ringtones, audio data and video data. No data

relevant to the Eagle Raid was identified. The analysis reflects that Investigator Dabney

received twenty-four (24) incoming calls on unspecified dates. The analysis further reflects

fifty-five (55) outgoing calls on unspecified dates and eighteen (18) missed calls on unspecified

dates. The report further reflects three (3) photographs unrelated to the Eagle. The extraction

also yielded eleven (11) audio files, all of which appear to be ringtones.

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