‘Take a seat.’

‘Can somebody tell me what is going on?

‘I said sit down!’

‘I heard you well. But I need you to answer my question. I know my rights.

‘I know your rights, too. But right now I am asking questions and you are answering them. Is that clear?’

‘I want to know why I am here. That’s all.’

‘Is this your gun?’

‘Yes, it is.’

‘There are your fingerprints all over it.’

‘Of course there are my fingerprints on it. I said it is my gun.’

‘Well, Mr Dean, you have a problem.’


‘We believe a person was killed with this gun last night.’

‘Not possible.’

‘How do you know?’

‘I know because I have that gun on me all the time. And I didn’t shoot anyone. That’s how I know.’

‘I hope you have no problem to sign it on the paper.’

‘No problem at all.’

‘OK. So do it! Here’s the pen.’

‘What’s this?’

‘It’s a piece of paper.’

‘Yeah, I can see that. But you don’t expect me to sign a blank piece of paper, do you?!’

what is going on? – čo sa deje?

I know my rights. – Poznám svoje práva.

fingerprint /ˈfɪŋɡəprɪnt/ – odtlačok prsta