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You've successfully reported this review. We appreciate your feedback. Laurel gave him a raised-eyebrow look as she held open another door and gestured him inside. He never disappeared for a week. Three days, tops, that was the rule. Only he did. She swallowed and looked around the station waiting room.
It was mostly empty.
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Occasionally the front desk phone would ring and the man on duty would answer. Mutter a few things, then hang up. The people in this place kept telling her there was no record of her father. Had seemed generally baffled by their inability to find any information on him. It was a mistake, was all. It was possible. It was… It had to be true. After all, there was no record of her anywhere. But Dad had grown up in the outside world. Which was why she had to leave this police station.
This was a mistake.
If something happened to Dad, it was up to her to figure out what. It was up to her to save him. Plain and simple. It was only ever out to get you, and that was why there was no record of Dad anywhere. She had to get out of here.
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Fix this. Disappear back to her life because her life made sense. She had to get home. And if she never found him…. She walked for the door, coming up short when the woman from earlier came through it, holding it open for another person behind her. A man. A large man with hazel eyes that seemed to move over her and file every little detail away.
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They were probably lying about Dad not showing up in their computers. That was how the government kept you under their thumb. How they used you against your will. Maybe a little chagrined.
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Others still are quoted anonymously. That, in turn, has spurred longstanding accusations — notably from Glaad, the gay rights advocacy group — that he has twisted the facts to fit a foregone conclusion. Neither, however, had direct knowledge of the crime. Jimenez believes that story was designed to keep the authorities away from his drug activities and protect his friends. But their roles were far from equal.
He, too, entered a plea deal with the prosecution. But he received a far less severe punishment, despite the similarities to the Shepard murder, and was back on the streets in four years.
Jimenez points to the distorting effect of the media as one reason for this discrepancy. The media, in his eyes, also played a role in mythologizing Shepard and discouraging deeper inquiries into what happened, and why.
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It was easier, in the end, to believe that an over-trusting young gay man faced grave danger simply because he was living in the macho cowboy culture of the prairie. And many people, it seems, are happy to leave them undiscovered.