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A. I'll make one up. Q. Okay. All right. Now, you have testified that you and the defendant went over to your bedroom, and you talked for a minute or two about-- A. Just about his sister. He mentioned he was worried about his sister. Q. Okay. Okay. And you talked a little bit about how your sister is. You said that you didn't know whether he ever told you about her. Do you remember whether he told you or not? A. He didn't tell me, yes. Q. Right. What about a week or two later, and this is just after the murder, you and the defendant--you met each other? A. Yes. Q. You went into Ms. Hae's room again? And--you were going into her room because you were worried about her. You didn't go looking for money, did you? A. No. But we were afraid, but, like, we didn't know if it was going to be a normal thing to do and go in a room with somebody. Q. Right. And what was her--who were--where were the other people? A. She was at school. Q. She was in school? A. Right. She was, like, one of her friends. She had--she was an honor student. Q. Okay. Now, the next day, you and the defendant, or, at least the defendant, went to your friend's house again? A. No. Q. Okay. Now, when you went into your friend's house, where were you? A. Right where I was. Q. And where were the others? A. We were all in his bedroom. Q. You were in the bedroom at the--the same bed where you and the defendant were in the first case. Okay. You were all in the same room? A. We were all sitting around the bed talking, lik...