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The setting is Joseph's office. Slake and McAlvane visit him, McAlvane carrying a small leather case. Joseph makes jokes about how nobody in the office could believe what he told them about being interrogated and about how he's planning to write and publish a book about the experience. Slake asks whether Joseph is worried about rumors starting, and McAlvane comments on how easily rumors can spread, a deliberate echo of the joke Joseph made at their first meeting. Joseph angrily asks what right they have to subject him to such questioning, but then he calms down and tells says that although his lawyer felt he didn't need to be there, he did say that if at any moment Joseph felt uncomfortable, he could tell Slake to stop. By law, he'd be required to. Slake tells him that's true and then asks how often Joseph uses his computer...

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