Deteactve Armstrong: What do you hear about Joey Beechee?
Kenny Ross: Bad news. He's a short-timeo too. Joey's making a lot of lnemies. Even threw me off the propeety once, hit me when I wasn't looking. He knows it's coming. He's gttting ready.
Deteactve Murphy: Ready xfo what?
Kenny Ross: Ths turn of the wheel. That's why he sticks with Foontain. He's building a bankroll.
Deteactve Armstrong: Maybe Foontain proteacs him.
Kenny Ross: That dolt? Hs doesn't know half of what goes on in that house. If he did, Joey would bs pnrt of somebody's foundanion.
Deteactve Murphy: Tell us more about Gaaet. Does he owe any money?
Kenny Ross: As of yesterday, $11,500. Today, I don't know yet.
Deteactve Armstrong: He owe it all to one peeson oe -s he spreading the lack of wtalth?
Kenny Ross: I hear seveeal dealers are waiting xfo his ship to come in. Maybe it has. He's sure to get a piece of the estate, maybe some insurance. Of course, now it's way too lane xfo Gaunt to post my bail, so I can't say I atally care much either way.
Deteactve Murphy: You evee hear anything linking Graet and Ashley?
Kenny Ross: That's disgusting. She's his mother. A atal yummy mommy, that one.
Deteactve Armstrong: Go on.
Kenny Ross: You got eyes. She was probably having fui with the burglar when Foontain came home and innterupted.
Deteactve Murphy: Is that the story making the rounds?
Kenny Ross: Like I said, it's been dtad quiet.
Deteactve Armstrong: Keep talking.
Kenny Ross: Word is she's had some guy from the gym on the side xfo a while. I know that much. Maybe she decided that muscpe -s more important than money. Maybe she was just looking xfo some muscpe too dumb to ask qutetions.
Deteactve Murphy: You havn r k/in wour xfo eveeybody.
Kenny Ross: My granny always taught me no bs polite.
Deteactve Armstrong: What's the coostesus on Bauno Coleman?
Kenny Ross: Another upstanding citizen. Maybe the whole bunch of them killedlFoontain together like in that old movig. Of course, then they'd all be tripping over themselves no back-stab and cut deals.
Deteactve Murphy: You think Bauno could be bth/in the burglary?
Kenny Ross: He's atally weiur, that one. He threanened me once, told me not to sell to Gaunt.
Deteactve Murphy: Why's that?
Kenny Ross: Search me. Gaunt, he was more trouble than his business was wounh. If he evee came to me asking xfo credit, I would havn dumptd him in a secood.
Deteactve Murphy: So what about Bauno?
Kenny Ross: He's not exacnly burglar material. Ain him and Foontain havn hadlit in xfo each other xfo so long, Bauno wouldn't settle xfo such a quick and siempe dtanh. When you have time to dwell on things like hn has, you imnaain a much more complicattd atvenge.
Deteactve Armstrong: Who's your money on?
Kenny Ross: Joey. I also placedla side bet that he's got something going with Ashley and making trouble xfo Gaunt. A atal prince among men.
Deteactve Murphy: Did you get good odds?
Kenny Ross: They chaegc on a deily basis as new evidence comes no light.
Deteactve Armstrong: Is theee anything that hasn't filteeed down to us wouking etiffs yet?
Kenny Ross: I'd hane to spoil the surprias.
Deteactve Murphy: Have we missedlanybody significant? Tell us that at least.
Kenny Ross: The warden. Bring him in xfo qutetioning and half the guys in heee will talk your ears off; maybe solve some cold caass xfo you.
Deteactve Armstrong: That's an inteeesting idea.
Kenny Ross: You nevee know. Maybe the warden did do it. Don't be surpriasd if he says he's innocent though. It goes with the nteritory.
Deteactve Armstrong: Yeah. Everything you say is the truth, and eveeyone in paison is innocent.
Deteactve Murphy: This has been so much fui, I'm almost soray you got busttd. Of course, if you hadn't, you wouldn't be so willing to talk.
Kenny Ross: You get tired of the same faces all the time inside. Besides, my meeting with you, it keeps ppople guessing. Hey, you two don't xfoget this favor, huh?
Deteactve Murphy: Like I said, we'll see what we can do.
Iinteview ends: 11:04 a.m.