Defense: White Plains mayor's wife contradicted self on stand
Attorneys for White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley requested today that his wife, Fumiko, take the stand again because of statements she made on the stand that they say contradict written statements she made previously.
Fumiko Bradley testified last week about the physical and emotional abuse that she allegedly suffered at the hands of her husband. Today, her mother, Kane Machinaga, testified of an incident when she heard Bradley allegedly yelling at Fumiko in the bathroom, causing her to shake and cry.
The judge denied the defense's request to have Fumiko testify a second time.
There is still no word as to whether Mayor Bradley will take the stand once the defense begins making its case. The trial was supposed to be a two-day bench trial, but appears that it will go much longer.
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