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Wednesday, December 16, 1987 - 1:00 PM

Jason Finnegan, a 20-year-old student and basketball player at the University of Mississippi, was interviewed at the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department. This follow-up interview was conducted by Detective Nelson and was recorded with the witness' knowledge and consent.

Participants:

  • Detective Terrence Nelson
  • Jason Finnegan

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Jason has slatted Kevin twice now and I don't think anyone guilty would want themselves under the spot light on purpose, I doubt that even a dumb ass like Jason would deliberately incriminate himself. I fancy someone else for the murder, although...

Jason has slatted Kevin twice now and I don't think anyone guilty would want themselves under the spot light on purpose, I doubt that even a dumb ass like Jason would deliberately incriminate himself. I fancy someone else for the murder, although never say never!

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Richie Turner and Jason Finnegan

 

What are you trying to say?

 

Come to find out Kevin never barrowed or owed anything to Jason

 

The last time Jason said he seen Kevin was at teh rec room when Kevin and Richie showed up what are teh chances that Jason over heard a conversation and plans for the pot farm run

 

I don't think it's Jason. It seems he's confident, full of himself and not interested in Kevin. Although I think it could be possible he knows more information than hes letting on. Seems to get heated up, beads of perspiration, constant movement.

 

I'm kind of in agreement with Richie Turner being guilty of aiding someone else in killing Kevin, but not so sure of Jason.

 
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