The detectives were speaking with a potential suspect when the interview took a turn.

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Damn... that's messed up. I guess that sorts out most of the investigation, but it seems all a little too easy. I'd still love to know who the heart pendant was from, and who the young male was that was sreaming around in the hallway.

  Pia S.
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But wait. He came there, found out, hit her in the face a couple of times... and then left? What about the well-tied noose? Did he just randomly carry a string with him, know how to tie a noose, and then hung her up? Even after he seems so...

But wait. He came there, found out, hit her in the face a couple of times... and then left? What about the well-tied noose? Did he just randomly carry a string with him, know how to tie a noose, and then hung her up? Even after he seems so overwhelmed in this interview. Is it just me, or is this not adding up?

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  Pia S.
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He was i think kinda too guilty to admit the rest and maybe didnt say it, also its not uncommon for someone as athletic as justin to know how to tie a knot,. And in america as far as i know(im not american not sure) every house hold hAs a rope so...

He was i think kinda too guilty to admit the rest and maybe didnt say it, also its not uncommon for someone as athletic as justin to know how to tie a knot,. And in america as far as i know(im not american not sure) every house hold hAs a rope so no surprise there ig tried to make it look like a suicide, you have anything different?

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  Dan West
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Yeah, I guess that the only possible explanation. I still find it quite an abrupt ending to the case... at least next monday a new one starts

  Pia S.
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