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What really happened? The facts: On Monday, October 27, at 6:00 a.m., Alex Crusan, an HIV-positive student, was stopped on East Main by an attacker, who shattered the windows of his car with a baseball bat. Clinton: Sure, he was riding his bike on East Main that morning. And sure, he had his problems with Alex. He might even have harassed him...
What really happened? The facts: On Monday, October 27, at 6:00 a.m., Alex Crusan, an HIV-positive student, was stopped on East Main by an attacker, who shattered the windows of his car with a baseball bat. Clinton: Sure, he was riding his bike on East Main that morning. And sure, he had his problems with Alex. He might even have harassed him at school. But he’d never do something like this. Daria: Daria never lies. So if she told the police she saw Clinton do it, she must have. Or did she? Alex: The light was in his eyes, and he was under the steering wheel, so he didn’t see his attacker that well. But he saw something, and now he must decide how much to tell. Accused, witness, victim. Three people, one truth. Which one will tell it?
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