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She told police about the prospective tenant she had heard quarreling with her father some weeks before the murders, but she said she thought he was from out of town because she heard him mention something about talking to his partner.
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She and told
She was told by the manservant who opened the door that his lordship was engaged on work from which he had left strict orders he was not to be disturbed.
She said it was after she returned from her vomiting spell in the back yard that Mrs. Borden told her to wash the windows.
) She snarled terribly but intuition told him, again, that she was bluffing, and he could see that half her attention was distracted by the dogs.
She paused at the kitchen door, caught her breath, told herself firmly that the opium was only an attempt to frighten her and went into the kitchen, where Glendora was eyeing the chickens dismally and Maude was cleaning lamp chimneys.
She found herself wishing an old wish, that she had told Doaty she was running away, that she had left something more behind her than the loving, sorry note and her best garnet pin.
She felt mindless, walking, and almost easy until the church spire told her she was near the cemetery, and she caught herself wondering what she would say to Doaty.
She had run out of things to say to Noel and so she told him a story about " four little rabbits whose names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter.
She had earlier told the House of Commons that if she had been aware of such facts she would have done something about it.
She was not aided by memories of Queen Constance, the Provençal wife of Robert II, tales of whose immodest dress and language were still told with horror.
She chose that name after being told by producer Lee Shubert to drop her real name and claims she was inspired by two cosmetics bottles in her dressing room, one labeled Evening in Paris and the other by Elizabeth Arden.
She had to hurdle a barbecue pit to touch Lady Bird Johnson, she accidentally knocked Pat Nixon down, and Nancy Reagan told her to get out of her face or she'd have her arrested.
She told a Japanese person that she would like to have an Akita dog ; one was given to her within a month, with the name of Kamikaze-go.
She appeared in a silent film, Deliverance ( 1919 ), which told her story in a melodramatic, allegorical style.
She later testified that she experienced her first vision around 1424 at the age of 12 years, when she was out alone in a field and saw visions of figures she identified as Saint Michael, Saint Catherine, and Saint Margaret, who told her to drive out the English and bring the Dauphin to Reims for his coronation.
She and police
In a 1958 letter to a friend in West Germany, Paternak wrote, " She was put in jail on my account, as the person considered by the secret police to be closest to me, and they hoped that by means of a grueling interrogation and threats they could extract enough evidence from her to put me on trial.
She further asserted that the police had insinuated if she did not cooperate with them they would take away her child.
She noted that when she visited the police station they had photographs of Echols, Baldwin, and Misskelley on the wall and were using them as dart targets.
She also claims that an audio tape the police claimed was " unintelligible " ( and eventually lost ) was perfectly clear and contained no incriminating statements.
She escaped repeatedly and fought with four of the police, swearing and shouting, for about ten minutes.
She is carried off the bus backwards whilst being kicked and handcuffed and harassed on the way to the police station.
She agreed to wear an orange dress, which is believed to have appeared red in the artificial lights of the theater, so that police could easily identify her.
She was harassed by white protesters outside the school, and the police had to take her away in a patrol car to protect her.
She made three depositions to the German police, August 8, 18, and 22, admitting that she had been instrumental in conveying about 60 British and 15 French derelict soldiers and about 100 French and Belgians of military age to the frontier and had sheltered most of them in her house.
She was required to take the offenders to the palace — implying an efficient and accessible police system.
She promises not to turn Taverner over to the police on the condition that he spend the night with her.
She manages to get his gun and starts to call the police, but then changes her mind and gives him back his pistol.
She attempted to obtain an illegal abortion, but found the unauthorized site had been closed down by the police.
She died in an extrajudicial killing by forces of the Bolshevik secret police, Cheka, with her family on July 17, 1918.