Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: A Question
From: logan@yunexus.UUCP (Beryl Logan)
Date: 1990-05-06, 17:31
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jonathan Yackel) writes:
|In article <10498@yunexus.UUCP> logan@yunexus.UUCP (Beryl Logan) writes:
|>hypothesis, or did he just say he knew who the killer was. As I
|>recall, he [Cooper] was very off-hand at breakfast about telling Harry and Lucy
|>that he forgot who it was, almost as if it didn't matter. Seems odd
|>that he forgot, first if he now knew the killer's identity, would he
|>be able to fall back to sleep so easily?
|Cooper said he forgot the killers' identity, but he's lying.
|He actually remembers who the killer is but he needs to
|collect more evidence before he makes an arrest. He can't tell
|the sheriff because
| a) The sheriff is the killer, or
| b) he simply doesn't want the information to leak out
Then why call HST in the middle of the night to tell him he knows who
the killer is?