Bonilla v. United States -- Issues

1.    Whether the prosecutor corrupted the trial process in violation of Appellant’s Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights by usurping the grand jury’s subpoena power to compel attendance in his of¬fice for interviews, paying witness fees to individuals who did not testify in the grand jury, and coercing witnesses to testify falsely at trial, and whether he knew or should have known that at least one of those witness testified falsely as a result of his actions?
2.    Whether the prosecutor violated his responsibilities under Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83, 83 S. Ct. 1194, 10 L. Ed. 2d 215 (1964), by withholding from the defense upon request excul¬patory information concerning one witness who gave conflicting accounts of events on the night of the homicide and repeatedly asserted that he was too drunk to recall what happened, and other witnesses who would have testified that another key government witness against Appellant had left the scene before the homicide for which he was convicted occurred?
3.    Whether the Trial Court violated Appellant’s Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses against him by denying his motion to sever his case from those of his codefendants and then admitting a codefendant’s hearsay statements which directly implicated Bonilla in the crimes for which he was charged?