2 twisted your words into my mouth saying that my
3 wife and I we went and signed two contract. There
4 was no two contract. It was the same contract.
5 We didn’t sign two contract.
Mr.Blanchard tried his best to confuse Mr.Garnier as he would ask him to turn to a certain page in the book of documents but ask him questions based on a different page.
242 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Cross-exam by Mr. Blanchard
43 Q — true?
44 A — a minute. Just a minute. [Pause]
45 Yes, that’s true.
46 Q Okay. Can you turn the page to Question 501.
47 Page 73, Question 501.
243 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Cross-exam by Mr. Blanchard
1 A 73 …
2 Q The bottom of the page.
3 Oh, I’m sorry, you’re looking at a condensed
28 A Just hold on. I’m lost here.
29 MR. DAVISON: Sorry, —
30 A Can you —
31 MR. DAVISON: — where are we?
32 MR. BLANCHARD:
33 Q Okay. I’m — I went to the next page, —
34 A Oh.
35 Q — page 74. I will start with Question 502.
36 MR. DAVISON: Right here.
37 A Okay. Thank you.
Mr.Hunter Examination for Discovery -April 13, 2010. Undisclosed multiple original purchase contracts.
12 825 Q Where are the originals of these documents?
13 A The originals. I may have them. The office may have
15 826 Q You haven’t disclosed them to your counsel?
16 A Well, they’re true copies. There are no changes
17 to — wherever the originals are, there are no
18 changes to the what you see before you.
4 829 Q Yeah. And do you have — do you know if you have the
5 original or if Prudential has the original?
6 A Well, I could certainly find out, but —
7 MR. BLANCHARD: Is there an issue?
8 MR. DAVISON: Sorry. Are you asking me?
9 MR. BLANCHARD: Yes. I mean I assume you’re going to ask us to
10 produce the originals.
11 MR. DAVISON: Well, if it’s somewhere, we can either go to it or —
12 MR. BLANCHARD: Well, it’s not here but — let’s go off the record