Sunday, February 20, 2011


Both Robbie and I survived being questioned by the police. Compared to the last time I was questioned, the atmosphere was much more negative. They asked me questions that pointed toward me being not just 'a' suspect, but the only suspect. If it were not for the fact Robbie's story and my own were exactly the same on what I was doing when Brian died, I probably would have been arrested. Their sudden hostility is just so...unexpected. Why have they taken so long to move along in their investigation? It makes me believe they just don't know what's going on. All they wish to do is point their finger at someone, mainly me. In the end though, the police let both Robbie and myself go. They don't trust me, and I doubt if anything happens in the future I won't be able to count on them. I feel like I have to be more cautious, even though I've done nothing wrong. I feel like I'm guilty of something, perhaps guilty of being so ignorant in how Brian died?


  1. <333 IM SORRY D-:

    I dont think the police were so mean to me... D-:

  2. <3
    It's alright, Robbie...
    I'm glad they weren't as hard on you, I would have been devastated if they had been. D-:

  3. I can just imagine how terrible it must have been to be questioned by the police, especially with how they were acting. But you shouldn't feel guilty about Brian's death, Mary. It's not your fault.

  4. Thank you, Alice. The police surely have a way of convincing innocents of being guilty of so much, I'm afraid. *hug*