As I blogged about last week, certain high-profile…let’s just skip that. In Dannye Malone’s divorce with his now ex-wife, these interrogatory questions were asked:
(D) Do you deny that you have consumed, ingested and/or smoked marijuana in the matrimonial domicile with Cedric Glover and Dale Sibley?
(E) Do you deny that third persons, including, but not limited to Dale Sibley, came to the matrimonial domicile on numerous occasions for the purpose of taking possession of a package of marijuana? If you admit this fact, was the package of marijuana the subject of a sale or was the illegal contraband donated by you to the third person or persons?
Now, these are interrogatories and not statements made during a trial. However, remember that interrogatories must be answered truthfully. That’s where the problem lies.
We don’t know the answers – what say you Cedric?
According to TruthAboutGlover and court documents, these answers were sealed. That just leaves more questions.
Malone said the answer in his divorce case as to whether Glover smoked marijuana at his home is sealed in court documents. However, he said, the answer was no. — KTBS Article on the debate
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