AMY GINGRICH, Cross by Mr. Bauer – 5/13/04
A: I don’t remember for sure.
Q: Do you recall seeing graffiti down in that that said “Temper” and “Twisst”?
A: Yeah, uh-huh.
Q: Did you associate that graffiti with him?
A: No, not at all.
Q: But that’s the graffiti that appeared there some three weeks earlier, I think you said?
Q: And this tattoo actually says “Try Me”?
A: I don‘t know what that means, but okay.
Q: But he was doing the talking. The guy named Scott was also doing the talking, correct?
Q: And he was down here, right?
A: (Witness nods affirmatively.)
Q: You also indicated that they were the guys bats, correct?
Q: And they were doing the talking, guys with the bats, correct?
A: I think so, yeah.
Q: And the third guy didn’t say —
A: The third guy didn’t bother me.
Q: He didn’t bother you?
A: No. He was just, like, standing over by me. I didn’t feel intimidated by him.
Q; You did not feel intimidated by the third guy. Now, when they left —— this was a fairly brief encounter up there?
A: Uh—huh. (Affirmative response.)
Q:Just a moment or two?
Q: When they left, they walked down that embankment?
Q: And they hung a left, correct? Yeah.
Q:That’s going up towards the Stanley and Seaforts restaurant?
A: Yeah. Yes, yes.
Q: Which is away from where the body was found?
Q: So they went further up those tracks? Probably to the next embankment, which is right next door to us. Up that way there’s some pretty artistic and fancy graffiti?
A: Yeah, beautiful.