The 57 Bus - Part 3, The Fire, The Interview, Part 2 - Reunion Summary & Analysis

Dashka Slater
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In “The Interview, Part 2,” Richard began to talk to police. He said he did not “hate gay people” (138), but used the word “homophobic” (138) to describe his attitude. Richard initially said he did not set Sasha's skirt on fire but police said they had video of the event. In “The Interview, Part 3,” police showed Richard a small part of the video and he said he did not know why he set it on fire. Richard claimed he did not expect the skirt to actually burn. When the charges were filed, they included Richard's statement that he was homophobic.

In the next chapter, “A Man in a Kilt,” news stories about the event did not use Sasha's name, but referred to Sasha a male and used the word “kilt” to describe the skirt. Debbie spoke to a reporter, and...

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