Audrie & Daisy
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[interviewer] I'm gonna not refer to you
by name, so that we keep you anonymous.
So, I'll refer to you as John R.
And we're gonna use animation
to hide your identity.
So... what's your understanding
of what we're doing here today?
An interview. On...
the Audrie Pott case.
What is the Audrie Pott case?
Uh, there was a...
there was a... a criminal case...
about a night on September 2nd, 2012.
And Audrie Pott committed suicide
things out there
and it's a whole case.
[interviewer] I'm gonna refer to you
as John B in the course of this interview,
so that we don't use your name.
And we'll disguise your face
to keep you anonymous.
How would you describe the case?
[John B] It was definitely very hard.
I was really tormented in school, like...
I was being bumped up in the hallway
and, you know, called a rapist,
and, yeah, a lot of...
My car, it got, um... spray painted.
And then on the... on the back it said,
like, "For Audrie."
[interviewer] So, you felt kids were
blaming you for Audrie's death?
[John B] Yes. Definitely.
[interviewer] Did you know when you were
taking those pictures that it was a crime?
-Did you know that in the moment?
-No. Not at all.
You know, we just thought it'd be funny
to just laugh and joke about.
And kids said they saw the photos.
I think the whole football team got
interviewed by the police, and so...
Yeah, that's what happened.
[attorney 1] This is media number one
of the video tape deposition of John B.
Case name, Pott v. John B, et al.
Case number 1-1-3-C-V-2-4-4-6-8-9.
[attorney 2] Okay. Um...
Going back in time, the party happened
on September 3, 2012. Right?
[John B] Yes.
[coach] Mike, out. Mike, out.
[attorney 2] How did you become
aware of the party?
[John B sighs]
[all chanting] Defense, defense, defense!
[John B] It is pretty blurry, it was...
almost four years ago.
So, I mean...
I hear this party is being hosted
by Audrie and, um, Emily.
And it was my first party
I've ever been to.
I was a freshman. I just got my license.
kinda thought I was cool and stuff.
[Larry Pott] Sheila and I
have shared joint custody of Audrie.
A couple days a week for me,
and Sheila had a couple days a week.
She was always a happy kid, fun kid.
[Sheila Pott] And when she got older,
we used to like to cook together.
Sometimes we would
turn on the Food Network
and we'd wait until we saw
something that we liked.
And we would go out
and get everything and make it.
And her friends would come over
and play in the pool.
She was very outgoing.
She made friends easily.
But she was very self-conscious.
So, it would be...
the bra, the cami
and then the T-shirt,
and then she would bend over in the mirror
and make sure you can't see anything.
[giggling and mumbling]
She was one of my only true friends.
We were kind of like an inseparable pair
throughout middle school.
So, there was not a week
where we didn't go
to each other's houses at least once.
[attorney] When did you first start
accessing this Yahoo! account?
[John B] Sixth or seventh grade.
[girl speaking indistinctly]
[Amanda] They were pretty persistent,
the boys in middle school.
It was very odd, like... even today
I think back and it's like, wow!
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