London also said his ex-wife Aretha Wimberly was a liar.During her testimony she said she found her then husband in bed with a 16-year old boy. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.The New Vision Children's Foundation subsidized residential expenses and extracurricular activities such as trips to New York and the Grand Canyon.London said the first time he allowed a boy to stay at his home was in 1990. Earlier in the trial, prosecutors argued London turned the boys into sex slaves, a charge he denied.On Monday Cohen questioned Lighthouse Point police Detective Jason Caruso about the recordings, claiming that someone might have gotten into his locked desk and tampered with them. More witnesses and testimony are expected Tuesday in the case.Copyright 2018 by WPLG Local10- All rights reserved.Defense attorneys argued in a court hearing Monday the recordings should be thrown out due to “chain of custody” issues.
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A judge is expected to decide this week whether disturbing audio recordings, in which millionaire developer Louis Bianculli admits to drugging and assaulting his stepdaughter, can be used as evidence in his trial.
“She used to pass out so fast it was weird,” says Bianculli of sexual abuse he allegedly afflicted on his stepdaughter beginning when she was just 12 years old. That’s neck pressure point thing, a lot of people got off on it sexually.
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With her testimony was stricken from the case, Louis Bianculli’s attorneys – Jane Weintraub and Herb Cohen -- argue that the tapes she made should also be jettisoned.