Transcript-Interrogation of Jonathan Ludarac
Interrogating Officers: Sgt. Eric Renfield, Sgt. Adam Dalton
Attorney Present: Stephen Harker (Ludarac Counsel)
Location: County Sheriff's Office
Time: 12:30 PM
Dalton: Good Afternoon, Mr. Ludarac.
Harker: Good Afternoon, Detective Dalton.
Dalton: I have some more questions for you.
Harker: I've advised my client not to speak about any matters related to the deaths in question.
Renfield: That's fine. How about items we found in his home?
Harker: What are you referring to?
Renfield: A book.
Ludarac: What book?
Harker: Jon, please. What book, Detective?
Renfield: This book. [Shows Suspect Evidence container 5-1]
Harker: May I have a moment alone with my client?
Renfield: Certainly. Knock on the glass when you are through.
[Tape turned off]
[Tape turned on]
Renfield: What can you tell me about this book, Mr. Ludarac?
Ludarac: It's just a book.
Renfield: We know that you bought it at Necrosis Occult and Novelty Items. Can you tell me why you bought this book?
Ludarac: I wanted to keep a diary.
Renfield: The shop guy remembers you. He said you bought a book- not a diary, a book.
Ludarac: I did. This is not the same book.
Renfield: Can you tell me where the book you bought is?
Ludarac: No. It was destroyed.
Renfield: And how did that happen, Mr. Ludarac.
Ludarac: I do not recall.
Renfield: Why was the bible in your bedroom defaced?
Harker: You don't have to answer that.
Dalton: Where's your baby, Mr. Ludarac?
Harker: Is that what you are investigating, Detective?
Dalton: It's just that there seem to be a lot of loose-ends surrounding your life. If we prosecute, we are going to find out these answers anyway. I think it's easier for Jonathan to just tell us now.
Harker: This interrogation is over unless you have some relevant questions.
Dalton: Mr. Ludarac, tell me what happened.
Ludarac: I made a horrible mistake.
Harker: This interrogation is over.
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