Transcripts of the interrogation would have allowed Jones to absorb the narrative more quickly, but it wouldn’t have told the whole story. The police has used video to record the questioning, granting Jones the option to study the man and not just his words. He had introduced himself as Connor, which was for the most part meaningless. Silly things, names. People could inherit names, some could become household titles, but for the man he wanted names were mere tissues, to be used and discarded. Still the name Connor was not one he had seen in the file, yet.
The file was more than the thick folder he had viewed weeks ago. Jones hadn’t finished a complete read through of the eight boxes. From the labels, two of them were mostly medical records. Seeing that had, at first, made him question the selection of this agent. Further reading had reminded Jones why he was the perfect model. Even these “Full Access” records contained enou