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Interrogation of Montressor

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Interrogation of Montresor

    The beginning of the day was normal, I woke up and went straight to the precinct where I had my usual cup of coffee, while waiting for a case to come across my desk. After I had finished my coffee I left my desk to file a few papers, and I came back to see the file that would change my entire routine. I picked it up carefully, making sure not to let any of the loose papers in the file drop, for every paper in a file can be crucial to the case. As soon as I picked it up, I looked at the name on the file and could not believe my eyes, it was a “missing persons” report on a man named Fortunato. Like anyone in our small city, and any good detective, I knew much about Fortunato and his rival Luchesi. Not only were these two men the best wine connoisseurs in our city, but they had an extreme rivalry, which had caused mischief more than once before. The fact that Fortunato was the one missing, I immediately thought of Luchesi as a suspect, but I knew that Fortunato was a rude and conceited man, which did not narrow the suspect list down. But, to my surprise, as I got deeper into the file, I could see that that was not the case. Apparently, a few of the other detectives were on this case as well, and they had already narrowed the disappearance of Fortunato to one suspect, a man named Montresor. My job on this case as the lead detective in the precinct, would be to interrogate the suspect, and hopefully get him to uncover the whereabouts of Fortunato.

As soon as I had read through the file, another detective came up to me and told me that they had apprehended the suspect and that he was in the interrogation room. I took a deep breath, got up from my desk, and began to walk to the interrogation room. As I walked over all I could think about was what I would say to get this man to confess. After all, this was most likely the man that abducted the famous wine connoisseur, Fortunato, and getting a confession from him would not only...


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