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Case 2:12-cr-00001-MLCF-ALC Document 339 Filed 07/30/13 Page 1 of 2

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
VERSUS
TELLY HANKTON
KEVIN JACKSON



ORDER

CRIMINAL ACTION
NUMBER: 12-001
SECTION: “F”(5)

Within one (1) week, the government is to provide the Court,

for purposes of an in camera inspection, with the following:

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any 302's specifically pertaining to the Stewart
homicide;
any written communications between the U.S. Attorney's
Office and the Department of Justice regarding charging
defendant Hankton with first degree murder in light of
his conviction for second degree murder in state court as
well as any correspondence between the U.S. Attorney's
Office and the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office
regarding that decision; and
any statements made by any witnesses who identified
Jackson as an accomplice or in any way connected him with
the Reed homicide.

Case 2:12-cr-00001-MLCF-ALC Document 339 Filed 07/30/13 Page 2 of 2

The government is also to confer with the Internal Affairs
Division of the New Orleans Police Department to determine whether
any complaints of suppression of exculpatory evidence by Desmond
Pratt have been made to that office. For his part, counsel for
defendant Hankton is to identify to the government any case(s) of
which they are aware in which it is alleged that Pratt engaged in
misconduct.

The Court is to be notified if enlargement of the one-week
production time becomes necessary. Following submission of the in
camera materials and review of same, an in camera conference with
the prosecutors may be scheduled as the Court deems necessary.

New Orleans, Louisiana, this ___ day of _____________, 2013.




UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

ALMA L. CHASEZ

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