MS. KRAMER: The Department would like to put in as Department Exhibit 7 a copy of a computer printout of Mr. Ian Walker's driving license. THE WITNESS: Can I take a look at this? What is this they established? MR. BEANE: It's a printout of your driver's license, with all your convictions. THE WITNESS: Well, I never claimed that I never got a moving violation, I just said I don't have any outstanding parking tickets and I never was convicted. There was a moving violation that I paid, you know. They're not outstanding. THE COURT: The record will reflect what you had said, which I thought was that you didn't even have parking violations, which is less serious than the moving violations. Three pages as offered I'll accept into evidence. MR. BEAN: The first page is a group search. When you first put in a name it runs through all the names and you cross search it. THE COURT: I heard what you said. The three pages will be Exhibit 7. Anything else Ms. Kramer? BY MS. KRAMER: Q. I have a few more questions. Mr. Walker, let's talk a bit more about August Moon Center. When exactly did you start this venture, this candy store? A. I had started it sometime in '97. Q. When exactly in '97? Summer? Spring? Winter? A. It would be the winter. Q. Winter of '97? A. Mm-hmm. THE COURT: Spell the name of that company? MS. KRAMER: It's listed on the forms that have been submitted in evidence, almost all the claim forms were faxed from August Moon Center. THE COURT: Okay. Q. Okay, so winter of '97. And is it currently in operation? A. No, no, it's been closed. Q. When did it close? A. It closed in October. Q. October of what year? A. This year. No, not this year, last year. Q. 2000. A. Yes, 2000. Q. All right, then, who owned it? A. It was in my name. Q. It was in your name. Just your name? A. Yes. Q. Did you have any partners? A. I had some partners, but they couldn't, they couldn't go through the process, because they had no background or anything like that. Q. So it was a sole proprietorship, you were the owner. Where is it located? A. It used to be on Elders Avenue. Q. Where on Elders? A. 831 Elders Avenue. Q. And you're saying from winter of '97 to when it closed in October of 2000, you never filed any taxes? A. No, because never made any money. Q. Did you file any personal taxes yourself, did you file taxes? A. No. Q. You didn't file taxes for '97? A. Oh, '97? Q. Yes. A. Yes, I was still employed in '97. Q. Okay, did you file taxes for '98? A. Yes, I think I did. Not '99 or 2000. Q. What did you do at August Moon Center? A. What do you mean, what did I do? Q. What did you do? When you would go there, what time did you go there? Were you at the cash register? Did you fix the shelves? A. No, I just go there to see them close, that's it. Q. What do you mean you go to see them close? A. I go there to see them close up. Q. You mean you helped them count the money? A. No, I didn't help them count the money. Q. What did you do to help them close? A. I pull the gate down. Q. You were there for two hours in the evening? A. Yeah, I would just stand outside. I would stand outside, that's all. Q. Did other people come and fax their documents at this August Moon Center? A. Not while I was there in the evening, but probably, I don't know what happened in the daytime. Q. So that the photocopying machine, was it used by other people who came into the store? A. I would speculate so, but I don't know. Q. How much did you pay each time you faxed a document? A. It was a dollar. A dollar for local and this one was I think, yes, a dollar for that fax, yes. Q. I see. What year did you start paying this $70 in child support every week? A. I can't remember right now. Q. Has it been three years? Has it been two years? Has it been a year? A. It may be three years. Q. Three years; '98? A. Maybe three, four years. I don't know. Q. Give me a year. '98, '97? A. When I started paying child support? Q. Right, when the decision was made that you'd pay $70 every two weeks. A. Maybe in '95, I'm not sure. I could be wrong. Could be '96 somewhere around there, I'm not sure. Q. Are your wages being garnished or do you make the payments? A. I make the payments. I don't have any wages, so I have to make the payments. MR. BEANE: What avenues is August Moon between? THE COURT: Hold on, hold on. Don't ask questions. If you have a question, it has to go through counsel. MR. BEANE: Excuse me. BY MS. KRAMER: Q. Mr. Walker, who paid the rent on August Moon Center located at 831 Elders Avenue? A. They paid the rent. Q. How did they come by the money to pay the rent? A. From whatever they got from the business. Q. I thought you said you didn't make any money? A. After you pay the rent, you don't make any money. Q. Whose name was on the lease? A. My name. Q. Did you ever file any corporation papers for August Moon? A. Yes. Q. When you made your payments on the lease, were they by check or by money order? A. No, they were by check. Q. Whose name was on the check? A. August Moon. Q. And who signed? A. I did sign. Q. Do you have your sole proprietorship documents for August Moon? A. The company is closed. Do you mean if I could locate it or something like that? Q. Right. A. I don't have it with me right now. Q. Because obviously if you were employed, even if it's self-employed, you had no right to be making these claims. A. I was not employed, because I never worked at that place, you know. I had a girlfriend and we set this place up, hoping that if it can turn some profit then we would have a way of getting some income. That never materialized, and we had to just let it go by. Q. So for about two years you had this organization, this company, you never informed the insurance company? A. Well, I was not employed there, okay? Q. But you owned it? A. Well, my name was on the papers, I did it for my girlfriend. I thought she could do that, we'd have something going, but it never materialized. Q. Do you have a copy of the lease for August Moon? A. No. MS. KRAMER: I don't have any more questions. THE COURT: I don't see it in the exhibits. Maybe you can show me exactly where that name is. MS. KRAMER: It's at the top. THE COURT: August Moon Center. Any questions, Mr. Beane? MR. BEANE: I don't have anything to ask. THE COURT: All right, sir, you may step down. Thank you.