Bartlett said all I can say is I did not.
Thomas asks about Carlita Kilpatrick.
Bartlett said I would characterized it, if Carlita Kilpatrick was doing those things, the people around me would have heard about it.
Thomas said so you're relying on other people.
Thomas also said other people that Bartlett doesn't know if they went out to look at Detroit 3D.
Thomas talks about funding the second half of the grant and whether they're having difficulty in doing so.
11:43 AM: The cross examination goes back to Bartlett's conversation with Derrick Miller.
Thomas talks again about the grant being broadly written.
Thomas asked about the grant restrictions.
Bartlett said they had the grant agreement that they signed. Thomas refers to it being broadly written. Bartlett suggests that is a matter of opinion.
Thomas asks if they can agree to disagree.
Defense gathers to find a document.
It appears to be DSG10 which refers to the arts & cultural & quality of life grant.
Thomas asks if that is the narrowly drawn agreement, the type of agreement given to executees for the grant.
Bartlett says you're putting words in my mouth.
Thomas asks if that document is narrowly drawn or broadly written.
Bartlett eventually said he would say it's narrowly drawn.
11:48 AM: Thomas refers to a meeting March 19 2001 in which Bartlett met with Kilpatrick's staff. Thomas shows him a document to see if Bartlett will remember having that meeting on that date.
Bartlett agrees. Thomas asks if it was to sort out details on two grants.
Thomas asks if the meeting was on friendly terms.
Bartlett said the tone of the meeting generally was but Derrick Miller questioned whether the level of detail they were asking for was necessary. Bartlett said it was cordial.
Bartlett said Miller's reaction to the information he gave him was OK, we'll take it to the next step.
Thomas asks if he continued to work with Vanguard.
Bartlett said no. He was involved in the selection process but not the ongoing process.