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April 8, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
A judge Friday ordered Pomona physician Thomas A. Gionis held without bail pending his criminal trial for allegedly ordering an attack on his ex-wife, Aissa Wayne, and her boyfriend, millionaire financier Roger Luby. Harbor Municipal Judge Russell A. Bostrom ruled that Gionis, 35, an orthopedic surgeon, poses a danger of flight and a threat to Wayne, 32, daughter of the late actor John Wayne, if released.
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September 10, 1992
One of four men convicted in the attack on Aissa Wayne, John Wayne's daughter, was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in jail for holding a gun to her head while his partner attacked her boyfriend. But Superior Court Judge John J. Ryan then released Jeffrey Bouey from custody and put him on three years of probation because he had already served the time before his trial. Bouey, who testified for the prosecution in the case, was found guilty of assault and conspiracy.
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April 19, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
One of the men accused of beating John Wayne's daughter and her boyfriend testified Tuesday that he was hired by a private investigator who told him that a doctor client involved in a child custody battle wanted to "teach his wife a lesson." Jeffrey Kendall Bouey, 35, of Simi Valley, said the investigator never mentioned by name Aissa Wayne's ex-husband, Pomona surgeon Thomas A. Gionis, who is charged with masterminding the Oct. 3 attack against Wayne, 32, and Roger W. Luby, 53, at Luby's Newport Beach estate.
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September 10, 1992 | Associated Press
One of four men convicted in the attack on Aissa Wayne, John Wayne's daughter, was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in jail for holding a gun to her head while his partner attacked her boyfriend. But Orange County Superior Court Judge John Ryan then released Jeffrey Bouey from custody and put him on three years' probation because he had already served the time before his trial. Bouey, who testified for the prosecution in the case, was found guilty of assault and conspiracy.
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April 19, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
F. Lee Bailey. The name alone has sent waves of excitement reverberating through Newport Beach's Harbor Municipal Courthouse, where clerks, lawyers and curiosity seekers have filed into Division 12 this week to sneak a peek at The Master at work. Holding glasses in hand, leaning over the lectern to make a point and almost never referring to notes, the dapper Bailey--one of the nation's most famous trial lawyers--has held a packed courtroom audience transfixed since he began representing Pomona surgeon Thomas A. Gionis in his preliminary hearing on charges that he ordered an Oct. 3 assault against his ex-wife, Aissa Wayne, and her then-boyfriend, Roger W. Luby.
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April 14, 1989 | RICHARD BEENE, Times Staff Writer
A Century City private investigator who allegedly hired two men to rough up John Wayne's daughter and her companion has been arrested in Switzerland, Newport Beach police said Thursday. O. Daniel Gal, 32, was arrested by Swiss police earlier this week on a provisional warrant issued by Interpol, the international police agency. Newport Beach authorities said Gal would be brought back to California within 60 days to face charges of criminal conspiracy to commit assault with a deadly weapon.
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April 18, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
One of the men accused of assaulting Aissa Wayne and her former financier boyfriend has agreed to testify that Wayne's ex-husband, Pomona surgeon Thomas A. Gionis, paid money to have the Oct. 3 attack carried out, a prosecutor revealed in court Monday. Jeffrey Kendall Bouey is to be called to the witness stand today in the second day of a preliminary hearing into whether Gionis, 35, should be bound over for trial on charges that he masterminded the attack against Wayne, 32, and Roger W. Luby, 53, at Luby's Newport Beach estate.
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May 2, 1991 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
O. Daniel Gal, the private investigator who has admitted to police that he played a role in the attack on John Wayne's daughter and her former boyfriend, was ordered to stand trial Wednesday after he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Gal claims that prosecutors reneged on a promise to reduce the charges against him if he cooperated with them in their case against Aissa Wayne's former husband, Dr. Thomas A. Gionis.
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December 13, 1990 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lawyers in the trial of Dr. Thomas A. Gionis delivered their closing arguments Wednesday, differing sharply about the importance of defense evidence that the doctor was with a client at a time when the prosecution contends that he was on the phone ordering the assault of his ex-wife, Aissa Wayne. The three-week trial has been filled with dramatic testimony about the attack on Wayne, the 34-year-old daughter of the late actor John Wayne.
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October 28, 1989 | JERRY HICKS
A Superior Court judge Friday rejected arguments that John Wayne's name is so legendary in Orange County that the men accused of assaulting his daughter and her boyfriend could not get a fair trial here. "Everybody in the U.S. knows John Wayne," said Judge Leonard H. McBride. "A celebrity's notoriety is not necessarily carried over to his offspring." The change-of-venue motion was made by lawyers for Thomas A.
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May 2, 1991 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
O. Daniel Gal, the private investigator who has admitted to police that he played a role in the attack on John Wayne's daughter and her former boyfriend, was ordered to stand trial Wednesday after he waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Gal claims that prosecutors reneged on a promise to reduce the charges against him if he cooperated with them in their case against Aissa Wayne's former husband, Dr. Thomas A. Gionis.
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December 13, 1990 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lawyers in the trial of Dr. Thomas A. Gionis delivered their closing arguments Wednesday, differing sharply about the importance of defense evidence that the doctor was with a client at a time when the prosecution contends that he was on the phone ordering the assault of his ex-wife, Aissa Wayne. The three-week trial has been filled with dramatic testimony about the attack on Wayne, the 34-year-old daughter of the late actor John Wayne.
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December 7, 1990 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the men involved in the attack on John Wayne's daughter and her then-boyfriend two years ago testified Thursday that he did not know that his partner was going to use a knife on Luby and smash Aissa Wayne's face into a concrete floor. "We were only supposed to go in there and scare her," Jeffrey K. Bouey said. "Our plan did not call for any violence." He was the final key witness for the prosecution at the trial of Dr. Thomas A. Gionis, 37, accused of ordering the Oct.
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October 28, 1989 | JERRY HICKS
A Superior Court judge Friday rejected arguments that John Wayne's name is so legendary in Orange County that the men accused of assaulting his daughter and her boyfriend could not get a fair trial here. "Everybody in the U.S. knows John Wayne," said Judge Leonard H. McBride. "A celebrity's notoriety is not necessarily carried over to his offspring." The change-of-venue motion was made by lawyers for Thomas A.
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October 3, 1989
Charging that she was the victim of terror and intimidation, Aissa Wayne on Monday sued a Los Angeles private detective and two men who allegedly attacked her and a companion in Newport Beach last fall in connection with Wayne's attempts to get custody of her daughter. Wayne, the daughter of film legend John Wayne, also is suing ex-husband Thomas Gionis, the Pomona surgeon who allegedly orchestrated the attack.
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April 19, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
F. Lee Bailey. The name alone has sent waves of excitement reverberating through Newport Beach's Harbor Municipal Courthouse, where clerks, lawyers and curiosity seekers have filed into Division 12 this week to sneak a peek at The Master at work. Holding glasses in hand, leaning over the lectern to make a point and almost never referring to notes, the dapper Bailey--one of the nation's most famous trial lawyers--has held a packed courtroom audience transfixed since he began representing Pomona surgeon Thomas A. Gionis in his preliminary hearing on charges that he ordered an Oct. 3 assault against his ex-wife, Aissa Wayne, and her then-boyfriend, Roger W. Luby.
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December 7, 1990 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the men involved in the attack on John Wayne's daughter and her then-boyfriend two years ago testified Thursday that he did not know that his partner was going to use a knife on Luby and smash Aissa Wayne's face into a concrete floor. "We were only supposed to go in there and scare her," Jeffrey K. Bouey said. "Our plan did not call for any violence." He was the final key witness for the prosecution at the trial of Dr. Thomas A. Gionis, 37, accused of ordering the Oct.
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April 19, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
One of the men accused of beating John Wayne's daughter and her boyfriend testified Tuesday that he was hired by a private investigator who told him that a doctor client involved in a child custody battle wanted to "teach his wife a lesson." Jeffrey Kendall Bouey, 35, of Simi Valley, said the investigator never mentioned by name Aissa Wayne's ex-husband, Pomona surgeon Thomas A. Gionis, who is charged with masterminding the Oct. 3 attack against Wayne, 32, and Roger W. Luby, 53, at Luby's Newport Beach estate.
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