April Writing Topic: Interrogation.

“Do you know why you’re here, Ella?” a man asked, walking into the room. He was kind of old.
“No,” Ella replied. “But I am guessing it’s not good,” she added. She was currently in an FBI Interrogation Room. Yeah, not good.
“You murdered this man,” he said, pulling out a picture from a file. He put it on the table. After a few moments, Ella looked up and shook her head.
“I’ve never seen him before,” Ella said.
“Are you sure about that?”
“Yeah. Well, he was standing outside of my school yesterday, taking pictures of something, but I’ve never spoken to him, or anything like that. I don’t even know his name!”
“His name is Alexander Havy,” another man said, coming into the room. “And all our evidence puts you at the crime scene. Where were you last night?”
“At the Sotally Tushi restaurant, in town,” she said. The new man turned around.
“Rover, check it out,” he said to the window.
“I don’t understand. Where did this happen?” Ella asked.
“Last night, nine-twelve pm, four blocks from here.” Ella shook her head again.
“This is the first time in years I’ve been anywhere near this side.” This seemed to ring bells with the older man.
“Your dad used to work here, didn’t he?” the older man said. It was a bit more statement like.
“Yeah. James Halway. Originally British. Died a couple years ago in a gunfight,” Ella said, looking down. She’d been extremely close with her dad. Just then, a man she assumed to be ‘Rover’ came in. “Alibi checks out, boss.” The other two looked at Ella.
“Sorry to bother you, then. If you ever need anything…”


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