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    25 KB Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/15/11(Sat)23:25 No.13536551  
    What was your relationship with Jessica Monroe?
    >> Anonymous 01/15/11(Sat)23:27 No.13536565
    She was my favourite whore. Every Thursday, after work, I'd go round and bang a couple out into her sweet little rump, then home to the wife and kids.
    >> Anonymous 01/15/11(Sat)23:27 No.13536567
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    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/15/11(Sat)23:34 No.13536627
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    Well, you're certainly open about your relationship.

    Did you go to her house last Tuesday night?
    >> Anonymous 01/15/11(Sat)23:37 No.13536651
    >check to see if we're tied to a chair again

    Like I said, man. Tuesdays only. Never compromise a routine.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/15/11(Sat)23:42 No.13536706
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    >You are seated in a police interview room.
    >It is small, white, and barren. There is nothing except the chairs you and the detective are sitting in, and a small table with a recorder and a folder on it.
    >You are not restrained in any way

    Well, the problem is that a neighbor identified your car in the Monroe's driveway that night. Was she just seeing things or...?
    >> Anonymous 01/15/11(Sat)23:50 No.13536781
    Well I don't know what to tell you. I wasn't there on Tuesday.

    Do I need a lawyer or something?
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/15/11(Sat)23:55 No.13536813
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    You could, I guess. But I should tell you that it would look very suspicious. You've got nothing to hide, right? So let's just talk.

    Did your wife know about the affair?
    >> Anonymous 01/15/11(Sat)23:57 No.13536837
    we had a threesome occasionally

    she thought it was a nice hobby of mine
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:02 No.13536888
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    How progressive of you all.

    When did you first hear about Jessica's death?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:05 No.13536915
    I didn't know jack shit until you dragged me into this dump. Dames like her come a dime a dozen, anyway.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:12 No.13536987
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    "Dames"? Hah, really up to date on the day's lingo, aren't you?

    Well, Jessica's parents saw you fighting with her last weekend in front of their house. What was that about?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:13 No.13536993
    I know they say "never bicker over the price." but damn, I don't care how the economies doing... She can't just double her price like that!
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:15 No.13537021
    Aw, christ. That. Look. I'm gonna seem like the bad guy, but you know what, I've been honest to you this whole goddamn time. Yeah, I was seeing a hooker, and yeah, me and my wife...did things with her a few times, all right?

    How do you think you'd feel knowing your girl on the side, who swore she was on the pill all this time, told you she was knocked up and guess who's the dad?
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:19 No.13537050
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    Well yeah, naturally.

    Did she want to have the baby?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:22 No.13537083
    Well...c'mon, you're a detective, you know what it's like when hookers have kids.

    Problem was...she knew were we lived and who we are. You can't just escape someone in that situation. So I told her, in...heated tones, to meet me another time to talk about this when I wasn't on her parent's fucking lawn.

    Pardon my French.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:26 No.13537134
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    Fair enough. When did you see her next?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:29 No.13537161
    We didn't. Must have called that trick something like 50 times, you can check the phone records. Even went back to her parents house to see if they knew where she was. Not that they had any idea. It was like she just dropped off the face of the earth.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:34 No.13537220
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    Ah, we did check the phone records. You actually called sixteen times, but who's counting...

    However the calls stopped Tuesday night, just five hours before her body was found.

    Did you stop by her house on Tuesday night?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:36 No.13537238
    I told you, I didn't. Had to come straight home from work to watch the kids...my wife had some kind of book night or something, so I got stuck at home.

    You can ask my kids or my wife, they'll back me up.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:43 No.13537321
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    Ah, thanks, that's a big help.

    So your wife was driving the silver Hyundai that night?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:45 No.13537338
    Listen, if you're thinking she had something to do with this, I'm gonna have to disappoint you. She knows about my vices all too well. I work with some big players and give her the good life, so she's pretty tolerant.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)00:46 No.13537349
    No idea. Maybe. I didn't see which keys she took; could have been the Taurus.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)00:51 No.13537388
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    No, no. I'm sorry if it sounded like that.

    It's just that we need all the facts we can get, and if you or your wife turned out to have any information on the events of that night, it would be indispensable in catching the culprit.

    Ah, okay. I guess we'll ask her.

    But let's back up. Do you know anyone who would have a reason to harm her?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:00 No.13537472
    Harm Jessica? Not really, but I don't have trouble imagining it. I mean, like I said, I was her Mr. Thursday; presumably there were Mr. Friday through Wednesday who might have had some strong opinions on her. She did have a bit of an acid personality- which was something I rather liked for a recreational evening, something about a mouthy woman, but she could piss off anyone in three sentences.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)01:09 No.13537546
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    Yeah, we talked to a few of her other clients. They said she would mention you from time to time.

    ...what sorts of things do you think she said to them?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:15 No.13537614
    Huh. I... have no idea, actually. She never talked about her other clients to me except in general terms. I always figured she didn't want to go spreading rumors that someone might hear and get annoyed with her about. I'm surprised that she mentioned me at all.
    >> The Boss 01/16/11(Sun)01:15 No.13537619
    Probably about how I'm a high roller. I got the feeling I was a bit more well off then her usual clientele, and thats putting it lightly. She was all about the money.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)01:22 No.13537680
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    Yeah, it does seem unprofessional, doesn't it?

    Not quiet.

    She told one man that you had threatened when you found out she was pregnant and that she was scared of what you'd do. She told another that she was avoiding your calls because she didn't know what you were capable of.

    Was she just overreacting or...?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:29 No.13537749
    Capable of? I'm a white collar worker with a few kinks and a wife who shares and understands them. I've got a family, a job, a life that's...plain, vanilla, but it's mine. I never threatened her. It's not like I could do anything violent either.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:30 No.13537759
    It was reasonable of her to be paranoid, considering that one of her clients apparently got her pregnant.
    The interesting thing is how she decided it was Mr thursday's child and not Mr friday's. Or any other of the men she serviced, for that matter.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:31 No.13537769
    Look, I'm not sure what you're implying here. Yes, it's entirely possible- even likely- that I'd have paid a lawyer or two far too much money to make sure that she never bothered me about her kid, but if she expected anything worse out of me she was just being paranoid.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)01:36 No.13537819
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    Naturally. I figured she was talking about someone else.

    By the way, are you hungry? Thirsty?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:38 No.13537839
    I'm fine for now. I'll catch dinner when we're done.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:39 No.13537854
    Let's just finish this up so that I can go back to my family.
    Unless you plan on keeping me here...?
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)01:41 No.13537875
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    Well I'm parched, myself. Hey, Luke!

    >door opens and a man enters with a four-pack of coffees

    Oh, thanks, you're a life-saver.

    Well, that's a good point. Why would she suspect you to he the father over any of her other clients?

    You think maybe she just had financial motives?
    >> teka 01/16/11(Sun)01:48 No.13537986
    >never ever touches the coffee

    Well, it wouldn't be the first time she was doin' something for money, right?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)01:50 No.13537999
    Well, she is a whore.

    And it's interesting that you take the words of one of her other clients as her own words. Especially considering that she's dead and who the suspects are.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)01:59 No.13538123
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    No need to get upset. I'm just exploring every possible question. It would be negligent of me not to.

    >opens folder and examines the sheet

    Oh, and there's the fact that most of their statements corroborate with one another. For example, her fetus had type A blood means that you are probably the father. Would you consent to a DNA test?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:06 No.13538196

    I consent, I never questioned the possibility of it being my child. It'd be at best a 1/7 chance.

    And who are "they"? The other clients?
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)02:12 No.13538280
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    Sorry, I'm not allowed to give out that kind of information.

    Our forensics guy will give you a cheek swab now, just a sec.

    >knocks on door
    >after a brief pause, a man comes in and swabs your cheek with a cotton q-tip, places it in a sealed container, and leaves

    That was easy, yah? So tell me: how much have you heard about Jessica's death?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:17 No.13538320
    As I said before I didn't know until I get here.

    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)02:40 No.13538585
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    Ah, right. I don't have a very good memory. Well let me tell you:

    >opens folder

    At 7PM her roommate left for a date. When she the returned at 11PM, Jessica was dead.

    >places crime scene photos in front of you

    She was stabbed in the abdomen and chest about twenty times with a kitchen knife. There was no sign of a break-in, and nothing was taken from the house. From the marks on her body, we know that the assailant first used pepper spray on her, then restrained her with handcuffs and duct tape.

    Now, luckily, we were able to find some hairs on the victim's body. We'll be able to use the DNA to make a match on the killer...
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:42 No.13538618
    Dun dun DUUUUN....
    (don't say that)
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)02:46 No.13538660
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    No more games.

    You're going to be found guilty. We have all the evidence we will ever need now. No jury on earth will find you innocent.

    And if you keep jerking us around, you're going in jail for the rest of your life. A nice little white boy like you should have a great time in there, yeah? Never see your wife and kids again. Become the toy of some animals in the yard until they grow sick of you and gut you like a fish.

    Or you can cooperate and just tell the truth. If you plea-bargain out of this, you'll serve maybe one or two years in a minimum security daycare center.

    What'll it be?
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:49 No.13538694
    My choice of Life Imprisonment or 1 to 2 years? Okay, what is going on? Murder does not have that field of sentences.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)02:52 No.13538727
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    You're a legal expert now?

    The minimum sentence here is five years. Tack on good behavior and parole, and you're down to a very reasonable amount.

    >takes a form out of the folder and places it in front of you

    You're never going to have a better option than this.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:54 No.13538758
    Are you actually surprised to find my hair in her apartment?
    I've already admitted to paying her for sex, that is in no way enough to convict me of murder.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:55 No.13538763
    I think this is the part where I stop talking without my lawyer present.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)02:57 No.13538791
    Yes I will, because I didn't kill her. Look, I've already admitted it. I was banging a hooker, and my wife knew. She said she was pregnant, and guess what? That woman was nothing but a fuck for me, but that kid was my flesh and blood. I was gonna pay her for custody. She gives birth, signs the baby over, and walks out of my life with ten grand. Now, insinuate all you want about me whacking some prostitute, but do not try and say that I would kill my own child.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:07 No.13538878
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    The Whitetooth Man...
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)03:09 No.13538896
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    I've been in this much longer than you, so I can explain this to you. Lawyers only do what's best for them. You pay them by the hour, whether you win or lose. And with a big old homicide case like this, no lawyer on earth would chose the simple route over going to trial. They don't fucking care if you go to prison for the rest of your life.

    If you really want one, then fine, but this deal will be off the table when he gets here.

    I'm just not going to sit here and try to justify myself to you. We both know you killed her, and a jury will too.

    There's no sense in trying to hide it any more. You snuck out after your kids went to sleep, went into her house to talk, sprayed her with the pepper spray, and why she was in a daze, restrained her and killed her.

    Your hair was laying in her blood. You fathered her baby. You threatened her. She was scared of you. A neighbor saw your car. Her parents and her other clients and her neighbors will testify against you. You WILL be found guilty.

    You have your whole life ahead of you. Just sign the paper.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:10 No.13538903
    <Remain silent>
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:13 No.13538919
    <also remaining silent>
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:13 No.13538923
    Why would I kill my own child?! You know me, you know my wife, and you know the large court settlement we got from those bastards who made her sterile. She was ecstatic that she would be able to raise another baby! You know how convoluted the adoption system is, so Jessica having MY child and willing to give it to us was a blessing from on high! WHY would I undo that?!
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)03:15 No.13538928
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    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:16 No.13538942
    You seem to be pretty desperate to close this, I wonder why that is. Maybe you're closer to this than you lead on.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)03:19 No.13538958
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    >takes paper off table and places it in the folder
    >stands up

    You're free to go now. Thank you for your help

    >extends hand in handshake
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:21 No.13538965
    >shakes the offered hand

    I hope you catch the bastard who actually did this.
    >> Detective !mTAesHqdeM 01/16/11(Sun)03:23 No.13538982
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    Sorry if I was rude earlier.

    We never had any of that evidence. The hair, the neighbor seeing your car, her telling the other clients about you. All made up. It helps to put pressure on the suspect if you bend the truth a little.

    But you passed with flying colors. I'm glad to say that you're no longer a suspect.

    >opens door

    Have a nice night.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:25 No.13538992
    You too. Stay safe, officer.

    >go out the door, go home, and break the news to my wife.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:25 No.13538994

    ...you as well.

    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:25 No.13539000
    Interesting thread, although a little bit hastily played out towards the end, I thought.

    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:26 No.13539005
    I DID IT.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:26 No.13539006
    >walks out to car
    >sits down in drivers seat and looks in rearview mirror
    >sigh in relief

    Thank god they didn't look in my trunk...
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:27 No.13539010
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    >> Marquis de Blanc 01/16/11(Sun)03:28 No.13539017
    Jessica Monroe?

    Drinking partner, occasional violent sex.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:30 No.13539026
    I loled hard.

    Nice thread, OP.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:42 No.13539119
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    Hi there, I'm OP. You may remember me from such threads as this one.

    I started a similar thread yesterday ( http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/13524887/ ), and decided to try it again with a more concrete idea today.

    The idea was mainly inspired by the episode of Homicide: Life on the Streets called "Three Men and Adena", and by information I've gathered over the years on police interrogations.

    Mainly I've been surprised by just how much of interrogation involves lying, and I wanted to see how much of it would be noticed and called out by the players.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:42 No.13539127
    Eh, its hard to call bluffs when you don't know the truth
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)03:50 No.13539190
    What he said.
    I played it as if I actually was innocent, and not actually knowing the truth made it a lot easier, I suppose.

    Had you decided beforehand if we actually were guilty or not?
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    Oh Coca-Cola, you so crazy...

    No, I only decided that the detective wanted to find you guilty. I basically knew as much as the detective did. Although it changed a little bit, especially in regards to Jessica's character.

    She was originally supposed to be the suspect's girlfriend, but it didn't particularly matter in the long run.

    Precisely. It created a great sense of doubt and dread and all that good stuff.

    And notice that you still kept to your guns despite all that, very impressive.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)04:01 No.13539284
    I just noticed that we fucked up pretty bad in the beginning. We began with "we go there every thursday" and continued with "tuesdays only man"
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)04:04 No.13539309

    Thank god I didn't notice that. I'm a terrible interrogator.
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)04:06 No.13539321
    I had just assumed it was a typo
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)04:08 No.13539343
    >> Anonymous 01/16/11(Sun)04:08 No.13539346
    Yeah, well, I'm kind of glad you didn't hold it against us. Anonymous hiveminds are good for some things, but keeping flawlessly to the details of a consistent story which we're making up as we go along is not really one of them. A little slack helps.

    One thing that I thought made is easier was that, since we start with no information, whatever we say becomes the truth- at least as far as we, anonymous, are concerned. If there's nothing to hide because we don't know what we would be hiding, it's a lot easier to insist that our story is true because our truth is the only truth available.

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