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Tony worked as a software tester for Peter Pane

Monday, March 13, 2017 – 1:30 p.m.

Jenny Sadlier identified Tony Magro as a software tester who worked for Peter Pane, Wendy Holloway's brother.

Detective Armstrong contacted Tony Magro by telephone at his office in Memphis.

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  • Detective T. Armstrong
  • Tony Magro

Tony Magro: Tony Magro.

Detective Armstrong: Mr. Magro, this is Detective Armstrong with the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department in Mississippi. How are you today?

Tony Magro: Okay.

Detective Armstrong: I need to ask you some questions about a project you may be working on. Do you have a few minutes for me right now?

Tony Magro: Go ahead.

Detective Armstrong: Thanks. Are you acquainted with a man named Peter Pane?

Tony Magro: Maybe.

Detective Armstrong: Have you done any work for him in the last six months?

Tony Magro: Why do you want to know?

Detective Armstrong: If you could just answer the question, Mr. Magro?

Tony Magro: Look, I have no way of knowing that you are who you say you are, so I'm not going to be just answering your questions.

Detective Armstrong: If it would make you feel better, you can call me back here at the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department.

Tony Magro: You could just give me a fake number.

Detective Armstrong: I won't even give you a number. You can look it up online. Find it, call it, and ask for Detective Armstrong. That's me.

Tony Magro: I don't know. Maybe I'll just call Pete and check this out first.

Detective Armstrong: I can't stop you from doing that, sir, but I wouldn't recommend it.

Tony Magro: Oh, yeah? Why not?

Detective Armstrong: It could make you a suspect in an ongoing investigation. Or it could alert other suspects we're interested in talking to you about this investigation, and they might not take too kindly to that.

Tony Magro: Are you threatening me?

Detective Armstrong: Not at all, sir. I'm just telling you what's what.

Tony Magro: Yeah, right. I don't know what kind of game you're playing, but I want no part of it.

Detective Armstrong: This isn't a game, sir.

Tony Magro: I don't believe you because there's no way legit cops would have any interest in Peter Pane. He's not a criminal.

Detective Armstrong: How do you know?

Tony Magro: Because I know the guy. Look, I'm done. I'm hanging up now.

Detective Armstrong: That's your choice, sir. You can expect a visit from Shelby County sheriff's detectives in the next 24 hours.

Tony Magro: Yeah, I'm shaking in my boots. Get a life, jackass.

Interview ends – 1:37 p.m.

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  1. Scarlett

Maybe this guy has been warned by Peter that some flake will be calling claiming to be the police. The detectives seem to have settled on Peter and Jenny, but I'm hoping for some kind of shocking news to pop up. For instance, they find the...

Maybe this guy has been warned by Peter that some flake will be calling claiming to be the police. The detectives seem to have settled on Peter and Jenny, but I'm hoping for some kind of shocking news to pop up. For instance, they find the extra set of car keys at Miles Jackson's apartment.

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  1. MissionSolver

@Scarlett. I agree. I am really not thinking Jenny or Peter had anything to do with killing Wendy. It is not adding up for me either... and I bet the keys are with Phillip or he ditched them.

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  1. daroo196    MissionSolver

Scarlett and MissionSolver, Miles Jackson, no alibi... Phillip Stillwater, no alibi...( between maybe 10.45pm - 12.30am ).Suspects.
Maybe they worked together?
Perhaps Peter broke in and left, then Miles and/or Scooter came along?

In the...

Scarlett and MissionSolver, Miles Jackson, no alibi... Phillip Stillwater, no alibi...( between maybe 10.45pm - 12.30am ).Suspects.
Maybe they worked together?
Perhaps Peter broke in and left, then Miles and/or Scooter came along?

In the investigation...guilty until proven innocent....In the courtroom...Innocent until proven guilty...that's my theory.

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  1. daroo196

Haa, that's a funny interview. Please ring Mr MaGoo, we have enough suspects already.

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  1. Buse

I would like to know more about this guy.

1. He calls Peter at his home number at 15:57 on 17FEB. All other calls were from Peter to Tony on the work number. Why this call?
2. Very defensive in phone interview. If just business he would be coy...

I would like to know more about this guy.

1. He calls Peter at his home number at 15:57 on 17FEB. All other calls were from Peter to Tony on the work number. Why this call?
2. Very defensive in phone interview. If just business he would be coy about it and say no comment.
3. During phone interview Mr. Magro defends Peter's character "Because I know the guy." Earlier he says "Maybe I'll just call Pete..." Shortening "Peter" to "Pete" implies more than a business relationship.
4. Tony Magro's phone number is in 901 area code...Mephis.

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