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A. I went back to the MLO Office and got on the phone
to Judy Fontana, who was the Legal Officer, and I said that
I had talked with him. She wanted to know what had happened
and I told her.

Q.
What had happened? You mean the conversation you
had with Lovett?
A.
Yeah.
Q. She was concerned about that?

A.
Yeah —- well, I was the one who was concerned.
said —— you know, and I gave her the scenario of what had
happened that night. I said, Now, you know, what’s gonna
happen? You know, ‘he’ thinks I took care of her.

Q.
And you didn’t.
A. And I didn’t. And I had no -- no knowledge that
she had died. I mean, I
—— I was upset because, I said,
here you guys left me with no knowledge, knowing I go in
that hospital, that I might run into him. You didn’t
even
-— I was really angry. You left me open for this.

Q.
The expression of being hung out to dry, would
that apply to that particular scenario for you?

A.
No, blind-sided is what I would call it.
Q.
Okay.
A.
It was worse than being hung out to dry. I didn’t
know what Lovett might do.

Q.
Right.

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