As Connecticut bankruptcy case comes to SDNY Schlichtmann and Glosband Questions Possible Perjury

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon

SDNY Courthouse, Nov. 14 – In a Connecticut bankruptcy case, the issue of perjury arose and put the case on hold.

On November 12, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Jed. S. Rakoff held proceedings. Inner City Press has it covered.

Judge Rakoff said it appeared perjury had occurred during a deposition on November 4, 2021. He said the only way to resolve the issue would be an in-person hearing, in which the accused but especially the Court could ask questions.

In the transcript of the November 4 deposition, Daniel Glosband juts out when asked, “Are you interacting with Mr. Schlichtmann at the moment?” He said, “Not at all. I’m looking out the window. The leaves are turning. It’s a beautiful sunny day. And I should turn much more to the left to see Mr. Schlichtmann. Sorry. I don’t interact with Mr. Schlichtmann. . ” Can you say, John Travolta in A Civil Action?

The case is Aquino v. Alexander Capital LP, 21-cv-1355 (Rakoff)


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