Archdiocesan spokesperson Colleen Dolan said George has sat for several rounds of such questioning, known as depositions. Dolan said lawyers for the alleged victims want a video record this time in the event that the Cardinal dies or is too ill to testify in court.
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In a deposition taped last week, Jennifer Nettles described what she thought of the storm that descended on the Indiana State Fair in August 2011.
A renewed push is on to get retired Mayor Richard M. Daley to submit to a deposition about former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge.
Attorneys for a man who claims he was a victim of torture at the hands of police Cmdr. Jon Burge are not giving up the fight to question retired Mayor Richard M. Daley.
Recently-released tapes indicate that now-imprisoned former Gov. George didn’t fully understand the pardon process.
The incarcerated former governor was compelled to answer questions about how he dealt with prisoners’ clemency requests, during a deposition taken at a federal prison.