Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Catharine's angel
From: (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-12-20, 07:03

In article <3268@nosc.NOSC.MIL>, (Walter A. Koziarz) writes...

}} Are we really to believe that the check was a forgery?

} Sure, why not? Perhaps someone can/will confirm/deny this; but there
} *was no* 'Mr. Tojimura' (sp?) in reality, so a check endorsed by 'him'
} should be value-less (I think, anyway).

There was no endorsement. It was a cashier's check. The buyer of that
check gave $5M to the bank, and the bank cut a check for the amount,
payable to Ben Horne.

} How about this speculation --

} Josie was beaten *because* the check was no good (I do seem to recall
} that Ben gave Josie the check, didn't he?)

Josie wasn't beaten. She specifically said to Harry that she escaped
from Jonathan at the airport in Seattle. There was no time for anyone
to discover that the check was no good.

If Josie had been beaten because of the check, you can be sure that if
she managed to live through it, she'd've been so bruised that she'd look
like a giant blueberry.

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