Cox says he will investigate new information in rumored party

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Attorney General Mike Cox says he will look into any new information related to a rumored 2002 party with strippers at Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's official residence.

When he first investigated in 2003, Cox found no evidence the party occurred.

But he says his office wants to meet with a former police clerk who says she read a police report filed by stripper Tamara Greene claiming she was assaulted by Kilpatrick's wife during a party at the Manoogian Masion.

Greene was later shot to death, and the killing remains unsolved.

Cox says the police clerk must provide the name of whoever wrote the report or the name of someone mentioned in the report or else he can't proceed much further.


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