This is Condit v. Dunne related, but it is really about the Chandra Levy case. There has been an update in the Condit v. Dunne civil suit.
This has been the only report I have seen about this news. Of course we do have it at www.justiceforchandra.com where I first read it.
>>>from www.nypost.com (fair use)
October 4, 2004 -- <<<
>>>Lin Wood, the lawyer for former California Congressman Condit, spent two days this week questioning Dunne under oath in Condit's defamation suit against the Vanity Fair diarist. The two-day grilling was
videotaped, and Wood is preparing arguments for the
tapes to be made public.<<<
Dunne's attorney, Paul LiCalsi, did not do so well questioning Condit last Monday. Both sides seem to want to display the results of their questioning.
>>>The main issue, LiCalsi said, will be his motion "to
force Mr. Condit to anwer questions" about his
relationship with Chandra Levy. "It turned out to be a
very frustrating day," LiCalsi said. "He refused to
answer on a claim of privilege, which has no merit."<<<
So the drama continues. There should be some followup news on the depositions being made. I have not seen any yet. Read the whole article.