Cross-examination by Defense Attorney
Peterson: ....“I used to
live there in
Fadeley: “No, sir.”
Peterson: ...“Those people [members of the Catholic
church, then the Episcopalians, the Baptists, the Quakers,
and the Lutherans]
were not considered by you worthy of taking
their license plates. They weren’t a danger, were they?”
Peterson: “Didn’t ATF tell you, ‘Don’t record those initial conversations [with Weaver] when you’re talking to this guy about the money and getting him to do the deal? You don’t record those because then there’d be evidence of entrapment that could be used against us.”
Fadeley: “That’s wrong.”
much will you get paid for working on the Weaver case?]
Fadeley: "I don't know."
Peterson: “It certainly would have something to do with the number of lies you told throughout the case, wouldn’t it?”
Fadeley: ....“I was told
I’d be paid case by case....After we
concluded a case, there may be a monetary settlement possible.”
"After we concluded a case,
there may be a monetary settlement"? Oh, let's talk about this
case then. First of all, in order to conclude a case, you would
have to get a guy to trial in the case, is that right?
Fadeley: "I would assume so."
Peterson:“And you would assume that not only would you would have to get him convicted, right?”
Peterson: “Well, if you
don’t get a conviction, you don’t get any money, right?”
Fadeley: “I would assume so."
Peterson: “And that’s not just your assumption, sir. That's your understanding about this case too, isn't it? If Randy Weaver gets acquitted of this gun case, you don’t get paid, right?”