Note: This is a present-day event, (continuation of odd-numbered time-span: 1,3,5, etc.)

"I see I was right then," said the man there in front of the computer.

"Even if you no longer have your laptop, you would still continue with your hacking."

He turned in the chair and looked up. Straight to me.

It's not Doc. It's Sergeant McCallister. He looks tired. "I've been watching you all evening. I wonder what the inspector is going to say now? She thought you had a big enough scare. Said I was going to waste my time. But look now."

I swallow, my throat is dry. The pack of ream paper in my hands willy-nilly slip out between my fingers.

"What is all this stuff?" asked Sergeant McCallister.

There is no way out. No sweet talk will help. I have to tell him about Doc.

"There's something..." The words struggled to get over my dry tongue.

"Speak louder, Erick, I can't hear you!"

I just want to start over when Sergeant McCallister reached into his pocket and pulled out his cell phone. It didn't rin
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