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Unformatted text preview: uot;I think we are resolved on one point, Michael," said Aaron, with a touch of impatience. "That you remain here." "Yeah, I got that," said Michael. "I'm staying. But I want to see all the reports. I want to become involved on every level. I want to talk to this Dr. Larkin." "There is one other very important matter," said Aaron. "Ryan, for obvious reasons, did not consent to an autopsy being performed on Gifford." Ryan glared at him. Michael had never seen Ryan so full of blatant hostility. Aaron caught it as well, and he hesitated, very obviously at a loss for a moment, before he continued: "But there is bloodstained clothing which can be tested." "For what?" demanded Ryan. "What has my wife to do with you? With any of this?" Aaron couldn't answer. He looked distraught suddenly. He fell quiet. "Are you trying to tell me my wife had some doings with this thing? That he killed her?" Aaron did...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.
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