359 Susan Garnier (a defendant)In chief by Mr. Davison (continuing)
46 A We wrote this letter to Mr. Hunter because we were
47 frustrated and we didn’t trust him. And I put
360 Susan Garnier (a defendant)In chief by Mr. Davison (continuing)
1 down all my concerns, and that’s in the letter
2 dated March 19th.
3 Q And this letter starts off:
5 We still have not heard from you with regards
6 to the two deposits that were to be deposited
7 into the trust account at Prudential United
8 Realty on the dates according to the terms of
9 the contract of purchase and sale.
11 So one of your concerns was the deposits, were the
12 deposits made, and also the — as you say here,
13 were they made according to the term of the
15 A That’s correct.
16 Q Okay. And when did you send this letter?
17 A I did this on the 19th. If not the same day, it
18 would have gone out the next day.
19 Q Okay. And do you recall doing it?
20 A Francis mailed it.
21 Q Okay. Do you recall writing it?
22 A Yes.
23 Q And how did you do that?
24 A I typed it out.
25 Q Was it on a computer or was it on a typewriter?
26 A It was on a computer.
27 Q Okay. And do you recall what program you used?
28 A I think it was a Word program.
29 Q Okay. And so why did you —
30 THE COURT: I’m sorry?
31 THE WITNESS: Word.
32 MR. DAVISON:
33 Q And why did you decide to write a letter? This is
34 the first letter you wrote in regards to these —
35 this matter?
36 A Yes.
37 Q Okay. So why did you decide to write a letter at
38 this point?
39 A Because we couldn’t get anything back from
40 Mr. Hunter. He refused to give us the actual
41 proof of the two deposits. By that time we found
42 out about his relationship with Mrs. Hundley, the
43 connection about building his property, the real
44 estate market was opposite that — to what
45 Mr. Hunter had initially advised us about, it had