Oh, she also spent the evening Jackson died with Tony, she says. And mine is through there. All he's got is that blackmail letter. Sometimes maybe, l may have picked up things without realising. Anyway, he's They said l can go back tomorrow, but in the meantime ln the meantime, we are going to the Richards' office. Apart from the contusions to the neck already described, the deceased had fractures to the laryngeal cartilages and the cervical vertebrae were dislocated. It's a bit earIy for me.
Bang on door Just tell him it's a personal thing. Now, after she's hanged herself, he poked his own eyes out. Well, Anne indeed suggested l come and talk to you this evening about the company that my brother and l founded some dozen years ago, and with which Anne was closely involved in the early years. Because Jackson had seen something in Jericho on the day Anne Staveley died. The other driver was a pensioner. Make all your appointments early tomorrow. She wanted me to look in.
One thing is certainly true. You haven't the foggiest, have you, because you were nowhere near Anne Staveley's that afternoon. What's the good thing about funerals? Oh, l'm afraid l can't tell you that. Anne Staveley could have taken that Â£1 00 out to pay Jackson for a job. Oh, no, he didn't kill Anne Staveley. Someone who is pig sick of evenings like this.
Ask him if he killed Jackson. Stáhněte si epizodu na pevný disk. There's a story in everything. And he read this and changed his mind. He is my gracious friend And O, my soul awake! Not that it's any of your business l'm sorry, l cannot dispense this prescription. Two prints that weren't Jackson's.
Look, the fact of the matter is, some time ago, l had been very close with Anne. Can you call back later? Oh, the Merc, you mean? We could always go somewhere anyway. Did she ever say anything about me? It's a shame because you've such a good reputation for paint jobs. Oh, l have the perfect alibi. And this is very impressive. Phone ringing Richards Audio Research.
What would the lady's name be? Or rather l saw her dead the day she died. Morse is taken aback by the apparent suicide of Anne Staveley. Thud on floor Er, l am going to go, l think. You could get some milk. Starts motor Excited chattering Just so happened to be in the area? Well, we know he wasn't very clever. There won't be any others. You didn't disturb anything else? Sir, apart from anything else, l think my wife wouldn't be too happy Fair enough.
No, sir, that's the Mr Richards whose prints l took. Were you the father of her child? Even more interesting, why would she want four keys cut? No, no, Richards didn't kill her. We're getting the number for you, sir. She says he was with her. But you went upstairs, didn't you? No, no, it was Ned l was hoping to catch. He has to take an overdose before l can speak to him.
Ned, he said he was your uncle. The directory was open on P. What do you mean, one of our blokes? A fortnight later, a man living opposite gets his head mashed in. You see, Alan was lying about the car and the ticket and going to Jericho. Oh, yes, yes, but that was years ago. Tell me what really happened on June 1 1th.
No, l don't think so. But if you were her friend, haven't you got any idea? No, l'm not accusing you of anything, Mr Richards. Max is up there now. We're trying to keep people out of here, sir. Yes, that's always a dilemma, isn't it? You can't beat a cooked breakfast.
In your opinion, was the death seIf-infIicted? Or rather not doing one. There is one thing l'd like to know that can't wait. That's a good idea, Lewis. Anne Staveley was that kind of woman, Lewis. We're not intending to prosecute, despite the fact that he assaulted a police officer. Can l take a message? Alan, don't, for Christ's sake! They don't give much thought, do they, darling? At Ieast you stop suIking when there's a beer gIass in front of you. Well, it looks as though l should send everybody home as l'm clearly so far off beam.