BARBARA MONACO'S EVIL LIE AT THE COURT'S TRIAL- TRUE FACTS
With regard to the belated disclosure of the abuse, Barbara.Monaco. testified as follows:
Q. Why didn’t you want to right away?
A. Cause I was scared.
Q. Where did you talk to [G.G. immediately after the incident]?
A. In Mr. Green’s bathroom.
Q. And what did you say to her?
A. I told her when we get older and ready to face it that we were going to tell. Q. And what did you do in that regard?
A. We made a pinky promise to tell.
Q. What was the reason you didn’t want to tell then?
A. Because I knew I wasn’t going to be able to go through all this at that age.
Q. What does that mean,“all this”?
A. All the courts, all that, I wouldn’t understand all of it, it was so frustrating when I was younger.
Tr. at 552, 561-62.
On cross-examination, B.M. testified:
Q. And you indicated that you made a decision that you were going to tell when you got older?
Q. And you say at the time this happened you were seven years old, right?
Q. And one of the reasons that you and G.G. made this particular promise when you were seven years old was that you said “I knew I wasn’t going to be able to go through this at that age”?
Q. That you didn’t want to go through all the courts, I wouldn’t understand all of it, right?
Q. Let me ask you this. At age seven, how did you know what you were going to go through with the courts?
A. Cause my mom used to watch Law and Order.
Q. You understood at age seven what was going to happen?
A. I understood that it was a big responsibility, yes.
Q. And because of what you saw on Law and Order you made a decision with [G.G.] not to disclose this, is that what you’re saying?
A. And I knew that G.G.
Q. No. No. Is that what you’re saying?
Q. Was there a particular show on Law and Order that left this impression on you when you were seven?
A. No, it’s just Law and Order.
A. It’s just another Law and Order show.
Q. Was there a show about a young girl who was seven years old who had to go to court?
Q. Or anything like that?
A. No, but [Law and Order: Special Victims Unit] is all about molestation and rape.
Q. Was that on in 1998?
Q. It was?
Q. You used to watch it?
Q. So you made a decision – could you distinguish between, you know, fiction on TV and real life? Could you do that?
Tr. at 710-12.
On re-direct examination, Barbara .Monaco. testified as follows:
Q. You had testified before on cross-examination that telling would be a big responsibility, what does that mean?
A. It’s just how I am now, if I was seven, if I was ten years younger now, could you see me up here doing this? I can’t.
Tr. at 770.
With respect to the Law and Order testimony , the private investigator stated that “a quick internet search  immediately revealed that the very first episode of this program was September 20, 1999,” many months after she alleged she was molested and failed to report it based on her viewing of the program.(Id.) The private investigator further averred that to verify the Law & Order information, he “plac[ed] a simple phone call to NBC’s legal department.”
COURT FOUND EVIL BARBARA M and KERRi P LIED
Evidence surrounding the 1998-1999 incident was falsely dated, this evidence may have damaged BM’s credibility while bolstering the credibility of Green and the defense witness. Inasmuch as this case involved a credibility contest, the newly discovered evidence would have “cast doubt on the veracity of the alleged victim’s testimony in its entirety,”
Similarly, although counts eight and nine involve the alleged sexual abuse of K. in 2003, the proper dating of the physical evidence would have cast doubt on her credibility as well because she testified that she, BM, and GG spent time with Green in 1998 to 1999. The newly discovered evidence tending to show that the BM and K were, at the very least, mistaken might lead the jury to question how their stories shared the same incorrect details.