Confession Transcript

Read George Allen's complete 1982 police interrogation

Here's another picture. Will this help your memory? Is that the woman you're talkin' about? George?

A. Yeah, that's her.

Q. You see the way she's stabbed there? In 'em pictures?

A. Uh-huh.

Q. Did you stab her like that?

A. Yeah, I guess I did.

Q. Is that the woman? George?

A. Yeah, that's her.

Q. Look at me. Look at me, George. Look at me. George, look at me. Did you kill this woman? Look at me, George. Quit lookin' down at the table, look at me. And tell me, did you kill this woman?

A. Yeah, I did.

Q. Tell me why?

A. I don't know why. I don't know.

Q. You're positive this is the woman you killed?

A. Uh-huh.

Q. Had you ever done anything like this before?

A. No.

Q. Have you ever forced yourself into someone's apartment and raped 'em and cut 'em?

A. No.

Q. Did you kill that lady?

A. (No response)

Q. George?

A. I guess I did.

Q. George. Don't guess, did you --

A. I said I did.

Q. -- or did you not kill this lady? The picture you're lookin at, did you kill her, yes or no?

A. I said, yeah.

SERGEANT RILEY: I don't think I have any more questions. Officer, do you have any?

OFFICER JAMES: No. You?

SERGEANT RILEY: Ron?

DETECTIVE SCAGGS: What-- can you remember anything else about bein' in there?

A. No, I don't remember.

DETECTIVE SCAGGS: Anything other than -- that -- can you remember the color of the walls, can you remember the color of the drapes, can you remember the color of the carpet, anything?

A. No, I don't remember.

SERGEANT RILEY: The statement that you've just made to us, you made this statement of your own free will, is that right?

A. Yeah, I made it on my own.

SERGEANT RILEY: You agreed to make this statement, is that right?

A. Uh-huh.

SERGEANT RILEY: I didn't promise you anything? No one else promised you anything?

A. No, didn't promise me nothin'.

SERGEANT RILEY: Okay, are you under the influence of alcohol right now?

A. Mean right now?

SERGEANT RILEY: Yeah.

A. I had one drink.

SERGEANT RILEY: Okay. How about narcotics?

A. No.

SERGEANT RILEY: Okay. And you did make this statement of your own free will, that you agreed to make this statement on tape?

A. Yeah, I made it on tape.

SERGEANT RILEY: And you did -- you was fully advised of your constitutional rights, at least three times, is that right?

A. Right.

SERGEANT RILEY: Okay.

DETECTIVE SCAGGS: Have you been threatened or abused?

A. No.

SERGEANT RILEY: Okay. This concludes the statement, and the time is approximately two thirty-eight p.m.

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