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    JonBenet: The Police Files

    Sorry to start another thread. Decided to use my enforced spell of bed rest to re-read some JBR stuff and started with the NE book. A couple of early chuckles:

    1) I bought the book second-hand from Amazon and it is pristine and perfect except for someone writing next to a Patsy monologue 'Stupid biatch talking about herself.'

    2) Patsy spends about ten minutes discussing the Miss America competition and concludes with how thrilled she was to do well after its being such a chore to get that far. ST says 'I bet.'


    Anyway, an early question: is it known why Det.Trujillo was chosen as an interviewer?


    ETA: Also, is this book comprehensive? I seem to recall suggestions that it had been edited before being passed on to the Enquirer..

    ETA 2: Reluctant to raise this in case it's a Tamiflu-induced hallucination but is that picture of JBR on the front of the NE book a bit alarming?
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    I think I recall something about the Rs agreeing to the interview with Trujillo as the interviewer.
    THIS time, we get it RIGHT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    I think I recall something about the Rs agreeing to the interview with Trujillo as the interviewer.
    Thanks, DeeDee. At first glance, he's a really annoying interviewer in terms of time-wasting but, when you think about it, he's probably just trying to lock Patsy into answers.

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    Actually I think that ST was to trying to lock PR into answers to...Everytime I read the interviews I 'm remind that is how Bill Clinton answer most of his questions I don't remember or I don't recall..
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    The R lawyers made sure that so much time had passed before the depositions were allowed that saying "I don't recall" or "I don't remember" could be a passable excuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee249 View Post
    The R lawyers made sure that so much time had passed before the depositions were allowed that saying "I don't recall" or "I don't remember" could be a passable excuse.

    That's is a shame...But it works...I just don't see how lawyers like for the R's can sleep at night but then again with the money they getting paid must make it easier..
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