After the detectives talked to Ruthie Foreman, investigators went to the hospital to speak to her co-workers about her and her activities the night Veronica Smith died.

The interviews summarized are some of the most typical or relevant to the investigation and are representative of all interviews conducted.


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Ruthie Foreman was weird, on the night of Veronica's murder. She is a suspect for me.

 
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I'm not smelling alibi here. Foreman being at the hospital at night would have been an unusual occurrence and noticed. Unless she was sitting in a deathly ill patient's room (a deathly ill patient that no one checked on for two and a half hours)...

I'm not smelling alibi here. Foreman being at the hospital at night would have been an unusual occurrence and noticed. Unless she was sitting in a deathly ill patient's room (a deathly ill patient that no one checked on for two and a half hours) holding his hand and reading a book from her car, she cannot account for the hours between 9:00 and 11:30. This doesn't wash.....

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