TRANSCRIPT OF TELEPHONE CONVERSATION BETWEEN BYRON CASE AND KELLY MOFFETT

7th of June 2001


CASE:
Hello.
MOFFETT:
Hey is Byron there?
CASE:
Yeah (unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
Byron?
CASE:
Yeah.
MOFFETT:
I've been trying to get a hold of you forever.
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
I heard.
MOFFETT:
Yeah well...
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
I said what happened to you?
MOFFETT:
I gave it up having to go into my work orientation, but (unintelligible) talk to you, okay? When are you gonna be able to do something?
CASE:
You should of called me (unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
I tried to call you that morning.
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
I guess I just didn't have the phone on.
MOFFETT:
Well yeah 'cause I got up that morning and the second they told me that, I tried to get a hold of you.
CASE:
Well was down there in the (unintelligible) for awhile.
MOFFETT:
Okay. Well did call that morning, but uh the answering machine didn't come on, so, didn't know what, well still need to talk to you obviously.
CASE:
Yeah.
MOFFETT:
I'm not, when do you wanna do something?
CASE:
Well found out from the doctor yesterday that I (unintelligible) so, urn (unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
Okay well realize that, but it's not like I'm gonna be in that close of contact with you, and I mean I need to talk, we need to like get this over a phone to talk to you.
CASE:
What?
MOFFETT:
I said I'm not really worried about that, I need to talk to you like as soon as possible.
CASE:
(Unintelligible) I mean if it's waited this long, why is it so urgent now?
MOFFETT:
Because I'm supposed to talk to people (unintelligible). They've uh been calling me like every single day to come in, and I need to get the story straight and figure something out because they've literally been calling me every single day for the past week bugging me, like when can I come in, when can I come in, and if I can't come in out there, they'll come to me and all this stuff.
CASE:
Well...
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
I mean really the only advice that I can give is - start everything with I think, or the best I can remember is... there. I mean if (unintelligible)...
MOFFETT:
I guess I (unintelligible) hold up as of so long because they're making me like leave stuff that I liked a long time ago. And I mean I can't really even like remember like what we told the police. I know that, we said that Sheila got out of the car, but I don't remember the route, I don't remember what street it was, I don't remember any of that.
CASE:
So what's the problem? (Unintelligible) remember?
MOFFETT:
Wh, what?
CASE:
Sometimes that isn't supposed to stick in your memory?
MOFFETT:
Well uh...
CASE:
(Unintelligible) tied to it
MOFFETT:
I guess. (Unintelligible) there's no way for you to meet up with me anytime?
CASE:
What?
MOFFETT:
I said there's no way for you to meet up with me anytime?
CASE:
When?
MOFFETT:
Just anytime.
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
I said is there no way for you to?
CASE:
I don't know. I just uh I'm sorry but the whole thing is a little bit on the weird side to me.
MOFFETT:
Why is that?
CASE:
I mean like, I don't know.
MOFFETT:
Well whatever, can I just talk to you now?
CASE:
What?
MOFFETT:
Can I just talk to you now then?
CASE:
On the phone?
MOFFETT:
Yes.
CASE:
No.
MOFFETT:
Well then duh, that's why I want, I figured that you'd say that, I feel the same way.
CASE:
Why are you (unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
Look that's not important, I really don't give a crap about strep throat, okay? This whole thing is really disturbing me.
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
Doesn't make any sense.
MOFFETT:
What doesn't make any sense.
CASE:
(Unintelligible). Uh...
MOFFETT:
Okay maybe you're not as freaked out, maybe they haven't been trying to talk to you nearly...
CASE:
(Unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
When do you go to work?
MOFFETT:
Not till tomorrow.
CASE:
Okay.
MOFFETT:
In the afternoon.
CASE:
What time do you get off work?
MOFFETT:
Probably like eight.
CASE:
Okay. Where is it gonna be?
MOFFETT:
I'm not sure, what?
CASE:
Where is the work?
MOFFETT:
It's off Shawnee Mission Parkway.
CASE:
Well like where?
MOFFETT:
It's next to, you know the Hostess Store? It's in an office building next to it.
CASE:
Oh that place?
MOFFETT:
Yes.
CASE:
(Unintelligible) okay, uh so how long would it take you (unintelligible)?
MOFFETT:
To get to what?
CASE:
In town?
MOFFETT:
Not long.
CASE:
like from directly from work?
MOFFETT:
Well I'd like to probably before.
CASE:
Before work?
MOFFETT:
Yeah.
CASE:
Which means (unintelligible).
MOFFETT:
No, I'm not gonna be there all day tomorrow. I'm not going in till afternoon.
CASE:
Urn (pause) well uh I've got a couple appointments at nine, urn I don't know uh You want tomorrow?
MOFFETT:
Yeah. .
CASE:
Uh what time are you gonna get up?
MOFFETT:
Like (unintelligible).
CASE:
Alright, uh, you go in at four?
MOFFETT:
Yes.
CASE:
Okay uh, will you be home uh pretty much all day?
MOFFETT:
Yeah until then, yeah.
CASE:
Okay then will anybody else be home?
MOFFETT:
No don't think so.
CASE:
Like in after noon?
MOFFETT:
What?
CASE:
Like during the morning part?
MOFFETT:
No nobody's gonna be here in the morning, no.
CASE:
Okay uh, at uh about eleven thirty...
MOFFETT:
Uh-uh.
CASE:
give me a call.
MOFFETT:
Okay.
CASE:
And uh I'll uh, well..
MOFFETT:
I you answer and stuff?
CASE:
What?
MOFFETT:
Ill you answer the phone?
CASE:
Yeah.
MOFFETT:
Okay.
CASE:
You know don't try to block the call.
MOFFETT:
I won't.
CASE:
'Cause otherwise I just won't pick it up.
MOFFETT:
Okay.
CASE:
(Unintelligible) all right so, yeah we'll count on meeting somewhere tomorrow then.
MOFFETT:
Okay.
CASE:
See ya.
MOFFETT:
Okay.
CASE:
Bye.
(Conversation ends)

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