Hill said his intentions at the time of the deposition were to build a rapport with Ramsey and subtly develop leads that could be used during a second interview. 22 This morning we're taking -- the plaintiff is 23 taking the videotape deposition of John Ramsey. The second interview never came; a federal judge dismissed Miles' lawsuit after not finding sufficent proof against the Enquirer. We are 24 taking this deposition pursuant to a stipulated protective 25 order entered into between the plaintiff and Mr. Page 4 1 I want to make sure that everybody in the room 2 acknowledges that the court has ordered this deposition 3 sealed and therefore the content of any testimony or 4 activities within this room are to be maintained 5 confidential. 20, 1998, video-taped deposition as part of Boulder photographer Stephen Miles' defamation lawsuit against Ramsey and the National Enquirer. Present were attorneys for John Ramsey, the National Enquirer and Miles' attorney, Lee Hill, who conducted the interview. CRAVER: Further, the parties have agreed 13 that the information conveyed in this deposition as well 14 as the content will remain confidential until ordered 15 released by the court or released by agreement of John 16 Ramsey through his counsel.
A few months later, in the very hot summer of 1997, I visited the Rockefeller Archive Center in Sleepy Hollow for a few hours to look up the records of Paul Alfred Weiss (1898-1989).
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