Case 5 Pages

Page 5.2

12/25/2021
JOHN:Detective, there was a body in your bathroom with your DNA on the murder weapon.

Page 5.3

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JOHN:I don't know what to believe.

Page 5.4

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JOHN:Right now, you're our only suspect.

Page 5.5

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JOHN:Doesn't change the fact that there's a body with all the evidence pointing to you.

Page 5.7

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JOHN:We will have a look, detective.

Page 5.8

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JOHN:Careful, detective, that is an accusation you probably will not come back from.

Page 5.9

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JOHN:There was no forced entry...

Page 5.10

12/25/2021
JOHN:Hmm, there are definitely questions that need to be answered.

Page 5.12

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JOHN:Yes, I know you solved it quickly, but that doesn't change the current situation.

Page 5.13

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JOHN:These are typical responses we get from murderers pretending to be framed.

Page 5.14

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JOHN:Well, you, Officer Claudia, Officer Mitch, and some of their friends.

Page 5.15

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JOHN:Yes, it was not normal for a cold case.

Page 5.18

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JOHN:I'm sorry, but we need to keep you here until we've found out more.

Page 5.19

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JOHN:They heard loud screams, and called the police.

Page 5.20

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JOHN:Your eyes moved to the upper right, and your hands trembled, lying only gets you so far.

Page 5.23

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JOHN:I will look, I think we are done here.

Page 5.24

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JOHN:You moved her corpse to the bathroom, because the bathroom had no gun powder residue.

Page 5.25

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JOHN:Probably not effectively, but it also explains why the scene was so messy.

Page 5.27

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JOHN:I remember, but a detective would never just assume like that.

Page 5.29

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JOHN:I agree, but that doesn't clear your name, detective.

Page 5.30

12/25/2021
JOHN:Easily could have been a silenced handgun, I will return shortly.