The Dreams of Ada - Chapter 13, 'Mystery Man' Summary & Analysis

Bob Mayer
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Chapter 13, 'Mystery Man' Summary and Analysis

First thing Monday morning, the prosecution presented the October 12 interview tape of Tommy Ward denying any involvement in the Haraway case. Afterward, the prosecution continued questioning Detective Baskin, learning that the interrogation methods used with Tommy Ward were accepted techniques used by most police officers. After a break, the defense questioned Baskin. Wyatt took a skull and bones from a bag he had kept on his table since the beginning of the trial and asked Baskin about taking the bones to Tommy Ward to frighten him into telling where Denice Haraway's body was. Wyatt had hoped to shock the jury, but it appeared most of the jury was not impressed by the maneuver. Butner asked Baskin if he had known what blouse Denice Haraway was wearing before he interviewed Tommy Ward and was told he did not...

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