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Det. Sudler:
Okay.
Johnson:
Itís just that we donít feel we really have any
use for psychiatry or psychology.
Det. Sudler:
Okay. So. .so the religion itself would. . .would
I guess be what a psychia.. .a psychiatrist could do. . .you can get that through the religion then.
Johnson:
Exactly.
Det. Sudler:
Okay.. .alright. So there wouldnít be any reason
to go then?
Johnson:
Iím. . . Iím.. .not that I can think of.
Det. Sudler:
Okay. Airight. Umm. . .cause it looks. . .it looks
-
like. .you know. . .Lisa. . .you know. . she had this
accident. And were you told about what happened after the accident?
Johnson:
Well, I know that she did have both a physical.
and a psychiatric examination.
Det. Sudler: Okay.
Ď -
Johnson:
Yeah. . -
Det. Sudler:
Did you know why? Were you told of the circumstances
-
why she was taken to Morton Plant Hospital?
Johnson:
- I.. .Iíve heard secondhand that she.. .that she
-
did something wild. . .took her clothes off and -
walked down the street. That-. . .thatís the part that I heard that she...
Detí. Sudler:
Pretty wild.. .a little bit different.
Johnson:
Yeah.. .yeah.. .something was. . .something was not
right there. Ď
Det. Sudler:
Okay. When.. .if. . .1 guess.. .since sheĒs not on
Ď staff, she would be-what youíd consider a parishioner
right?
Johnson:
Uh Huh. Ď - -
- - Det.í Sudler:
If somebody had one of those breaks, what wouldbe
the churchís function.. .1 mean.. .if. . .would they

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