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Man Speaking Farsi Is On Trial For Plot to Import Drugs from Mozambique to NYC

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 11 – Malek Mohammad Balouchzehi is in trial for conspiracy to import narcotics into the US from Mozambique and elsewhere.  

     On May 11, 2023, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Jesse M. Furman was presiding over the trial in large courtroom 318 in 40 Foley Square. Inner City Press went and covered it. 

  Balouchzehi's CJA counsel from Quinn Emanuel was cross-examining the prosecution's phone and photo expert. It was established that while most photos taken by a phone were stored in the DCIM folder, other defaults can be set. 

  Over objections, Defense Exhibit 2C came in - the prosecutors had already introduced it. Summations should be Monday, May 15.

The case is US v. Balouchzehi, 21-cr-658 (Furman)


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