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Rudys Truth

Rudys Truth

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Published by Michael_UK
May's excellent, witty and beautifully artistic 'Rudy's Truth', a hyperthetical narrative for what may have occured on the night of the murder
May's excellent, witty and beautifully artistic 'Rudy's Truth', a hyperthetical narrative for what may have occured on the night of the murder

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Published by: Michael_UK on May 22, 2009
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D
isclaimer 
 This story is a work of fiction.I am attempting to show the truth in Rudy’s words as translated from the
German Diary 
, and in one comment to his lawyers, as reported in
LaRepubblica
. Although I am not sure Rudy has been 100% truthful, for thisstory, I have assumed he has been. The one exception: his saying therewas no one in the boys’ flat initially. Some aspects of this scenario mayseem quite improbable, even though much of it makes sense to me. Andmaybe some of what I have used has been tossed out already. In themeantime, I’ve used my artistic license, as I await the evidence andunfolding of the case.In no way should the humor and viewpoint expressed suggest I feel themurder of Meredith Kercher is anything less than a terrible tragedy.
May
NYC May2008
 
 
 
 The Long and Winding Road
The
long and winding roadThat leads to your doorWill never disappearI've seen that road beforeIt always leads me hereLead me to your door.The wild and windy nightThat the rain washed awayHas left a pool of tearsCrying for the day.Why leave me standing here?Let me know the way.Many times I've been aloneAnd many times I've cried,Anyway you'll never knowThe many ways I've tried.And still they lead me backTo the long, winding roadYou left me standing hereA long, long time agoDon't leave me waiting hereLead me to your door.But still they lead me backTo the long winding roadYou left me standing hereA long, long time agoDon't keep me waiting hereLead me to your door.
The Beatles
(Lennon/McCartney)

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