Another “knowingly false statement[s] of material fact made in connection with a disciplinary matter”
After falsely stating in his January 16 letter to the bar that he only met with Dr. Brian Meehan on two occasions, he extends his misrepresentations to include a denial of any other communication with his co-conspirator.
"My only other communication with Dr. Meehan involving this case occurred after I received defendants' December 13 motion. I faxed a copy of the motion (without attachments) to Dr. Meehan on the same day and then called him on December 14, to find out whether he would be available to testify on December 15. I did not discuss the subject matter of the motion with him at any time prior to his testimony."
EXAMINATION BY MR. KINGSBERY:
Doug Kingsbery: Dr. Meehan, your discussion with Mr. Nifong about what would be disclosed in your May 12 report, was that a face-to-face meeting?
Brian Meehan: I honestly don't recall if we talked about it face-to-face. I know we at least talked about it on the phone and we may have talked about it face-to-face. (December 15, 2006 Hearing transcript Page 86, line 23 to Page 87, line 5)
Doug Kingsbery: And then you had telephone conversations with him, as well?
Brian Meehan: With him and members of his staff.
Doug Kingsbery: Okay. And it's possible that you discussed in each of those communications what would be disclosed in your May 12 report?
Brian Meehan: It is possible. (December 15, 2006 Hearing transcript Page 87, line 12-18)
It appears that Defendant Nifong’s attempt to disguise his phone conversations with co-conspirator Meehan is another entry on the long list of his “knowingly false statements of material fact made in connection with a disciplinary matter.”