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July 26, 2013

Molen’s defense attorneys ordered to stay on case

Judge denies defense team extension

(Continued)

Somerset —

Molloy stated that the U.S. intends to bring a number of things to light in the case, including several videos, eyewitness testimony and grand jury testimony by “agents involved in the events.”
Molloy also said the U.S. plans to introduce something called 404(b) evidence, which may point to other similar alleged acts carried out by Molen in cases unrelated to the two the indictments stem from. 
Molloy also stated that he is anticipating a third case against Molen to be brought before a grand jury, this time in U.S. District Court in the Western District of Kentucky, stemming from an alleged incident that he said occurred “just over the county line in Russell County.”
A motions hearing is set for Aug. 13, and a final pretrial conference is set for Aug. 23.

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