Nassau, Bahamas — Well readers, it’s official! We were right there when Murrio Ducille showed Mike McDermott who was da boss in court on Tuesday.
The morning slowly got out of hand when Pleasant Bridgewater’s lawyer Ducille and John Travolta’s Florida attorney Mike McDermott raised their voice for another round of who’s the better lawyer (although we do think McDummit needs to remember that he’s in the Bahamas as a WITNESS and nothing more).
When Real Deal Ducille asked McDermott if he had ever seen the document prior to his conversation with Tarino Lightbourne, McDummit couldn’t answer straight. In fact, he took a simple yes or no answer into a one run long on pile of over explanation.
In other words he was telling a bold faced LIE.
“Was this a real deal?” Ducille asked of the alleged plot for the money to be paid.
“I was told to go ahead and make the deal,” McDermott said proving he still didn’t know how to answer questions with a yes or no.
“I’m suggesting to you sir, this is just showing how deceptive you are,” said Ducille with a chuckle. “It gets deeper. From the very outset he [McDermott] has been a deceptive individual and he carries his deception right through to the witness box… I’m suggesting that you sought to give birth to the extortion.”
“YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!” McDermott told Ducille. “You can’t handle it!”
“You watched a Few Good Men, eh?” Ducille asked the witness with a laugh. He later repeated his question about McDermott giving birth to an extortion plot before speaking to Bridgewater.
McDermott finally answered no he did not seek to give birth to an extortion plot saying: “This is a fabrication of counsel that he [Ducille] has created for a defense theory.”
Don’t worry, we’ll be back in the courtroom this afternoon to bring you the latest happenings in this drama Bank Lane drama.