didn't want to upset him, so you and he "agreed" he
could stay until the next morning. (February 3, p.3, para 1).
jury about the conversation you and Ronnie had that led to the
agreement that he could stay.
You told R.
5. Panosh on July 21, that you and Ronnie talked about leaving but
Ronnie didn't want to make your wives "suspicious,"
So it was a secret agreement between you and Ronnie not to let the wives know how se
Then you and
Ronnie went downstairs to watch the weather to determine if Ronnie
could leave right then and there or the next morning, right?
You told the
jury yesterday that you and Ronnie found out the weather wasn't bad.
So Ronnie could stay until the next morning.
had no idea why you and Ronnie were watching the news, did they? But
since the weather wasn't bad -why couldn't Ronnie and Kim leave.
If the weather was bad they would have to leave?
jury the "whole scenario."
Panosh, "He had talked to me about the case before, so I knew what
he was talking about."
have to tell you details because you already knew the details,
On February 3, 1997 you told the five men:
But in your
earlier conversations with Ronnie at Camp Lejeune between March and
July of 1997, Ronnie told you about a gas receipt, a woman who
police said saw him at 6:20 p.m., a tool chest, and that the gun
that killed Patricia belonged to Ted, right?
You knew the
gun was found near. Patricia's body, didn't you?
talked to Jerry Falwell, your sister and the lawyers Falwell and
Yeattes, you left Virginia with your wife and children and drove to
Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, right?
And you got to Camp Lejeune on January 27, 1997?
But you and
Debra deceived Ronnie on January 28, right?
January 28, you had never met Church and Pendergrass, right? You had
talked to Yeattes and Falwell on January 25, spent Sunday with
family, drove to North Carolina on Monday, and met Ronnie Kimble at
his chapel assignment on Tuesday, January 28, before noon.
Subsequently, on February 3, you met Church and Pendergrass at the
offices of Falwell and Yeattes, right?
I'll ask you
to read a page or two from your sworn testimony in this courtroom on
August 3, 1998.
pages 14 and 15.
spoke to Jerry Falwell on January 25, 1997 also?
It was at an
evening basketball game, right?
was a very busy day for you wasn't it?
Go through the events of January 25:
you told Mr. Panosh about Ronnie, right? (July 21, p.1, red star).
Before you went to see Ronnie, you had Debra call him, right?
your wife doing while you and Ronnie were watching the weather?
GO INTO HER PASSING OUT
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