efficient man with a good case.
... we go back to our homeroom for
dismissal, unless you have a pass
for sports or something.
And is that what you did on the
day in question?
What happened next, Barbara?
Everyone else had gone?
Yes. He told me to sit in the
chair beside his desk.
I told him I was afraid I would
Kevin -- checking the jury and -
... I was so frightened I didn't
... his hand then, it started, he
that he wanted to find out what
kind of feelings I had...
... I didn't know what to say, I
to say but I was confused and he
just kept on -- with his hand -
higher and higher...
Kevin is rocked. Trying not to show it.
... then I, I was asking him to
stop but it was like he couldn't
hear me -- he just kept on -
-- and then I screamed...
... then he, he got mad and said
we would have to try again
And did he try again?
Not with me.
With friends of yours?
And when you told them what he had
done to you, they told you what he
had done to them, isn't that true?
I have nothing further.
Your witness, Mr. Lomax.
Any chance, Your Honor, for ashort recess?
right on his heels.
Lloyd, as your attorney, I'madvising you to get the fuck awayfrom me.
What are you talking about?
The wife. The kid. The outrage.
You definitely had me fooled.
You're my lawyer! You're here to
You know she's lying.
Get the hell out of my way.
Gettys standing aside, as we -CUT
An ancient upstairs facility. Kevin standing at themirror. Frozen there. Identity crisis. Moralitycrisis. He takes off his wedding ring. Letting coldwater run in the sink. His eyes never leaving themirror.
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