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Chapter Two: A Tale Told by An Idiot Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing
It’s interesting that that the genteel Phaedra who starts off with “yes sir, no sir” quickly devolves into visions of neck rolling, eye rolling and doodling. It’s also interesting that Radford manages to get her insolence on the record. If you missed Chapter One, you should go read that first. It will answer your constant question of “Can she do this? Is this legal?” It’s all in the motion.
Here is another excerpt from the Brief in Support by James Radford:
Sidenote: Trial junkies will love his blog. Lot’s of interesting cases from everywhere.
“This refusal to answer questions is the latest instance of Parks’ abusive and bad faith conduct in this litigation. She has filed a frivolous lawsuit against Defendant Stanton, used her wealth to stifle the publication of Stanton’s truthful narrative, and then refused the basic obligation of any litigant to fully participate in the discovery process. Parks apparently believes she is above the law, even in her own lawsuit. She must be compelled to fully cooperate in her deposition, and her conduct must be sanctioned. The credibility of the civil discovery process is very much at stake here.”
And now, more from the deposition, the Apollo questions.
Q: Is you legal name Phaedra Parks?
A: Yes Sir. It’s Phaedra Parks Nida.
Q: Did you have it legally changed upon your marriage to Mr. Nida?
Q:And when did you marry Mr. Nida?
A: November the first, 2009. Continue reading