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But Small said the cash shortfall that Semesky found - - about $872,000 - - could be made up by starting with $500,000 in cash in 1986, as Edwards testified he might have had.
Add the $400,000 from DeBartolo and the shortfall disappears, Small said.
Later in 1997, DeBartolo reported to the IRS he had given Edwards the money, Small said.
But Semesky maintained that the $400,000 could not be counted as a legitimate source of cash.
“It doesn’t belong on that schedule,” he said.
Preliminary Cash-T (contd …)