Hello! This is my first post and my first real foray into this ginormous site here, so forgive me if I am naive or am wrong in asking this here, especially since the are free, so this likely doesn't matter anymore except for the next interrogation victims! In the Feb. 17 Misskelley Statement, they all try to get him not to make a statement, yet he makes one anyway, and this is incomprehensible, except for the one line he continues to say, but never explains, not do they. Obviously if they did not offer him something, he would not make this statement, and he would not say what he says about making this statement. Quote: "G-Jessie, do you realize that I do not always agree with everything that Dan says but this time agree, I do not think you should say anything. You now that you are aware of the fact that I am telling you that you should not say anything? M-Yes I understand what you are saying. G-I want you to understand that and you are going to anyway, is that right. M-Right, because I want something done." He says this about, "wanting something done," a few times, so clearly he was attempting to accomplish something by making a statement that is so clearly not in his best interest. What does that mean, though? What does he want done? What is it that they have told him will be done, that he waives his rights to get that done? It must be something good, because it seems really important to him. And since he asked to talk to his father and they did not immediately get him, IMO, that was illegal, since he did ask for him, but that's another question! They way he says it, it does not seem that the "what" he means is that the other boys be punished or something like that, because he would just say that, right? More outwardly, I would think. But I don't know, you people might though! Thanks!