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Attorney: Evidence Missing in Greene Murder Case
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BYLINE: Jorge Avellan

Detroit, MI

DETROIT (MyTV 20) - Detroit police are still investigating who killed exotic dancer Tamara Greene back in 2003. But they now find themselves in the hot seat after a Michigan State Trooper revealed in a deposition that evidence tapes from Greene's case, who once allegedly danced for former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick at a Manoogian Mansion party, disappeared from the police department.

Attorney Norman Yatooma, who represents Greene's family in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Detroit says as many as thirty 9-1-1 tapes are missing. He says those tapes could help his client's case.

Detroit's Police Department refused to comment on Greene because her case is still open.

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