Rosendall agrees that he would come to Detroit on a weekly basis and frequently scheduled business lunch meetings.
Shea says they included Bernard.
"Some of them, yes," says Rosendall.
Many of them asks Shea included both Jackson and Bernard? "I wouldn't say that," answers Rosendall.
Shea approaches the witness with more documents. Rosendall looking at expense receipts for meals that were submitted on the Synagro expense account. On each receipt, it lists who Rosendall had a meal with.
Looking at a receipt for Sinbads on St. Clair for $10.23 at 1:39 p.m. June 8, 2005. Had cranberry juice, lemonade, diet coke and a cup of clam chowder. Lists with Bernard.
July 5, 2005 at Sinbads with Bernard for $21.15.
Another receipt on august 23rd 2005 for $54.21 with tip. Looks like he only paid a $2 tip! Both Jackson and Bernard.
October 2005 at Fishbones. Bernard and Rosendall.
November 2005 at Sinbads. Tardif Syope, Bernard, Rayford Jackson for $137.79.
January 31, 2006 Southern Fires with Bernard, Tardiff, John Francis and John Ronco for $138.83.
April 17, 2006 at Sinbads with Bernard, Jackson for $112.
April 2006 Sinbads again Bernard, Tardiff, Jackson.
May 9, 2006 at Sinbads $96 with Bernard, Tardiff and Jackson.
10:10 a.m. Shea says you had a lot of meetings with Bernard and Jackson. "I had a lot of meeting s with Jackson," says Rosendall but then acknowledges that Bernard was often there.
At some point in the summer of 2007, Jackson, Bernard and Rosendall started discussing modifying agreement to include akunna Olumba. Yes says Rosendall.
Shea says one reason was to have her participate in minority solicitation. "I believe that was the case, yes," says Rosendall.
The other says Shea to protect Bernard's interest with Jackson to have it flow through Olumba. "That was the prime reason," says Rosendall.
Shea says you told Bernard and Olumba you were working on that as of August 2007? Yes says Rosendall.
Shea says Jackson did not want to modify his agreement? I believe that's correct says Rosendall.
Shea says so you didn't advance the idea with Synagro. "That's correct," says Rosendall.
Rosendall says he had discussions with Pam Racey, a Synagro executive, about it. Totally contradicting himself.
Shea says you were telling Bernard you were working on it but you were not advancing it. Yes says Rosendall.
Shea says Rosendall told Jackson he was stringing Bernard along. "I believe I had that conversation," says Rosendall.
Shea wants to play a series of recordings. First, Oct. 4, 2007 at 6:20 p.m.
Jackson saying he doesn't want Olumba and Bernard agreement modifications.